Selection Day - Wednesday 9th August

Staffline is looking for Production Operatives to work at the Pizza Factory on Queens Drive.

There will be two selection sessions on the 9th of August at 10am & 1pm.

The successful candidates will be working in the Toppings or Bakery department, preparing pizza toppings, packing into containers, loading and unloading pallets, goods-in/out, collating room and assembly room duties.

The sbwa course will run from the following dates:
Monday 14th August to Friday 25th August 09.30am to 3.30pm most days.

The sbwa course training will cover the following:

•           Level 1 Certificate in Personal and Social Skills - City and Guilds

•           Food Hygiene Certificate


Strict eligibility criteria MUST be met:

•           19+ years of age

•           Have lived in the UK for over three years, come from an EU member country or are a British Citizen.

•           Unemployed and claiming JSA, IS, UC or ESA (WRAG).

For further information or to book a place, please contact Sarah Bent at Nottingham Jobs on 0115 876 2541 or speak to your Jobcentre Work Coach.

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