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Hach - Cork, Cork

equipment or other areas as needed Qualifications Qualifications Six months production experience preferred. Skills: Possess manual dexterity and good coordination Possess basic reading, writing, and math Production Operator work...

from: neuvoo.ie - 4 days ago

PRODUCTION OPERATORS REQUIRED - Galway  

Advertiser.ie - Galway, County Galway

Additional Info: Galmere Foods , Ballybrit, Galway have full time casual jobs available to pack soups and salads . Production line and shift work experience required. Email CV to info@galmere.ie Production Operator opportunity...

from: neuvoo.ie - 9 days ago

IPT Maintenance Technical Shift Coordinator Job  

MSD - Carlow

and non IPT colleagues, particularly Quality, EHS, Technical Operations, in completion of tasks to ensure best practice outputs e.g. partner with validation, maintenance and production operators manufacturing operator jobs ireland...

from: MSD (+1 source) - 13 days ago

Assembly  

PeopleShare - Limerick, County Limerick

. We have openings for receptionist, data entry, customer service, collections, call center, administrative assistant, accounts payable clerk, accounts receivable clerk, file clerk, warehouse, assembly, production production operator jobs galway...

from: neuvoo.ie - 3 days ago

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Shift Manager - Munster  

PE Global - Munster (+1 location)

Responsibilities Safety – Promote a safety culture within the site, monitor adherence to all Environmental, Health & Safety standards and procedures People – Lead and manage a team of production process operator jobs ireland...

from: neuvoo.ie (+1 source) - 6 days ago

Lead Technician (Operations) Job  

MSD - Carlow

range of goals, needs and lifestyles of our employees, and many of the people that matter the most in their lives. *HJCarlow Job: Production / Operator Other Locations: Employee Status: Regular Travel pharmaceutical production operator jobs ireland...

from: MSD - 16 days ago

General operatives  

Broadline Recruiters - Dublin, County Dublin

Broadline Recruiters are looking for an experienced food production operator for a fantastic Irish owned company. These positions are an immediate start and require candidates to be flexible production operator jobs limerick...

from: neuvoo.ie - 7 days ago

Production Operator - CNC Machinist - Manufacturing - Waterford - Kilkenny  

Kilkenny

Production Operator - CNC Machinist - Manufacturing - WaterfordVacancy - Production Operator Our client, a manufacturing company based in Waterford has an opening for a temporary position production operator jobs waterford...

from: jobomas.com - 3 days ago

Production Operator s - SEAGATE TECHNOLOGY  

Production Operator Ref: PO/171014From the videos, music and documents we share with friends and family on social networks, to the servers that form the backbone of enterprise data centers and cloud production operator jobs in oil and gas...

from: jobomas.com - 5 days ago

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Process Test Engineer Job  

Sigmar Recruitment - Galway, County Galway

Documentation – Timing Plans, Build Reviews, Process Validation Reports, OEE Reports, Operator Instructions Defining Training Requirements for Operators/Technicians following changes in Production- product production operator jobs mayo...

from: neuvoo.ie - 27 days ago


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  • Should I work here for ever? ANXIETY ADVICE?? Ted

    Hope someone reads this … I’ve been a production operator for two years now. I don’t see myself growing in this company and don’t get me wrong I like working in this kind of environment but I need a bigger challenge. And now you are all probably thinking: Maybe go to another company where I can assume more responsibilities? I know, the thing is that I’m terrified of leaving my job. I’m afraid to change and I get really bad anxiety. But at the same time I get anxiety by thinking I’ll be working here forever…. Any advice?

    • Erika:

      Wow.. I’m so sorry you are in this situation. If I were you I’d first look for a job and in the interview ask for chances to grow you career. Once you find it if you are still on the fence talk to your actual boss and tell him/hem that you love being here but you need to grow, you’ve been working in the same place for 2 years and you want new challenges. Also make sure to mention that if that is not possible you have a job offer waiting for you. Just be honest and nice. Who knows! Maybe they give you more responsibilities or maybe you love even more your new job in the other company!

    • Cat:

      Hello , I also suffer from anxiety and I know how hard is to feel you need to change something even though you don’t like change. But if you do nothing you are letting anxiety win. I really like Erika's advice. Try to move on and find something else where they assure you career growth (or maybe a higher position) and once you get the job if you are still on the fence talk to you current boss and let them know why this is happening. This way you can only win because either way you’ll get a better job !!

    • Nuguelo:

      Morning everyone, yeah agreed with previous comments but again isn't easy decision essentially when over 40 became more stressful and scared to make a change, but important things believing your capacity and confidence or be positive any situation, spirit of victory doesn't matter you young age or over 40 y.0. I believe u can get a change for goodand move on for where u will feel v. Happy even for same money you get from previous both.
      I remember, was working at Mango shop in Belfast town and closed down and I was looking for new job in 2007, no English speaking 100% at time, I went local jobcentre I saw optical Laboratory technician job open, and I applied and I had no experience that time and I went interview positively, she/ consultant asked if give me job if I can learned I said I can try and I started learned, became one of best glazer at cutting edge machines and blocking area I completed 10 years with same boss/company 10/2017, but if I decide to make new change I will not be afraid also I had plenty experience in packing and industrial operator machines, retails important good attitude band and positive spirit of win new job and learning anything quicker.
      sorry I wrote a lots, 15/01/2018 thanks everyone, take care, Nuguelo.

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