Temporary Machine Operator




£14.99 p.h.


Are you a Machine Operator, Factory Operator, Production Operative looking for a temporary role with a great company where full training will be provided?

Working as part of a manufacturing team you will be responsible for the safe running of extrusion, injection moulding and polymer processing machines.  A FLT Licence would also by useful. This is a fantastic opportunity for Production Operators to join a friendly team within this growing company.  

Previous factory experience is useful but equally important is your enthusiasm and ability to contribute to the team. Full PPE provided, together with on-going training.

Personal specification for Machine Operators:

  • Good attention to detail
  • Good timekeeping
  • A good standard of written and oral English
  • Proven ability to work well within an established team
  • Flexible approach to busy workload
  • C Grade in Maths and English Language GCSE or equivalent desirable

Key responsibilities for Machine Operators:

  • At all times work in a manner that ensures the safety of you and all others in the work area.
  • At all times use the correct Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the tasks you are carrying out.
  • Ensure that the product you are producing complies fully with the specification sheet and that it is fit for purpose.
  • Complete initial quality and production check on your line and complete the necessary paperwork for these.
  • Ensure your machine area is clean and tidy all shift, especially on hand over. 
  • Fill in all relevant paperwork correctly and completely, this includes quality, IFS and production sheets.
  • Always get permission from your Supervisor before leaving your machine.
  • Report any breakdowns to your Supervisor.
  • Assist with grinding scrap product and rework as directed by your Supervisor.
  • Ensure all quality samples are labelled correctly and taken to the lab.
  • Ensure all quality paperwork is placed in the tray in the lab.
  • Start and stop lines safely, completing all required checks.

If you live in or, Horncastle, Woodhall Spa, Bardney, Wragby, Partney, Raithby, Spilsby, Coningsby, Billinghay, Revesby, East Kirkby, Stickney, Alford, Louth, Market Rasen, Lincoln, North Hykeham this will be commutable.

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Multi Skilled Engineer – Electrical



£42,400 – £47,400 + attendance allowance  

Continental Shifts, 2 days – 2 nights – 4 off

Are you a Mechanical or Electrical or Multi Skilled Engineer looking for an opportunity to join a well established and fast growing organization?

We have vacancies for suitably qualified Time Served Mechanical or Electrical engineers to join one of the fastest growing organisations in the area and the UK.  Consideration will be given to recently qualified Engineers as well as time served experienced engineers with a proven track record. If you are a Maintenance Engineer from a manufacturing or food environment this may be a great opportunity to gain further training and ensure your own personal development.  

Key Maintenance Engineer responsibilities:

  • Carry out proactive and reactive maintenance to ensure minimum product downtime
  • Contribute to implementing new working methods and actively participate in continuous improvement
  • Ensure consistency in quality of work across the various lines
  • Ensure smooth changeovers/handovers between shifts
  • To actively and analytically fault find
  • To understand company performance measurements 
  • Promote and adhere to the Company Health and Safety Policy, ensuring that all tasks are carried out to the safe systems of work provided by management

Personal specification for Maintenance Engineer:

  • Time served with a recognised apprenticeship, or qualified by experience either mechanical or electrical
  • Experience of working in a manufacturing environment desirable
  • Self-motivated, enthusiastic and capable of working unsupervised 
  • Well-developed analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Understanding of control systems & PLC’s
  • Comfortable working days and nights

Company benefits:

  • Save as you earn Sharesave Scheme
  • Monthly attendance bonus for hourly paid employees
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Life assurance (linked to pension scheme membership)
  • Access to a variety of high street discounts via our Network Benefits employee benefit
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Free flu vouchers

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Receptionist/Accounts Administrator



£23K – £26K plus comprehensive benefits package

26 days holiday plus statutory holidays

Mon – Fri, 35 hours per week, 9am to 5pm

We are seeking an experienced Receptionist/Accounts Administrator to join the dynamic Honda UK Motorcycle Racing Team, supporting the Racing Manager, his PA and the wider team.

The role of Receptionist/Administrator offers a unique opportunity to be part of this exciting operation, ensuring smooth operations and contributing to the success of Honda Racing in the UK.

With excellent Front of House skills and an engaging telephone manner you will be at the forefront of this esteemed Louth facility and are guaranteed an exciting journey as the team continues to grow.

Key Receptionist/Accounts Administrator responsibilities:

  • Front of House reception duties and telephone answering
  • Management of accounts, invoicing out, creation of purchase orders and processing/coding of all incoming invoices, new supplier creation and daily use of Honda accounting systems
  • Liaison with suppliers
  • Parts ordering, including via Honda systems for the team and multiple other teams, checking incoming parts, plus the creation of spreadsheets and financial information for other teams, invoicing of other teams
  • All team shipping requirements including creation of commercial invoices for international shipments
  • Additional administration support to PA to Team Manager and Honda Race Team Manager.

Personal Specification Receptionist/Accounts Administrator:

  • Proven experience in a Receptionist/Administrator Front of House role, preferably within a commercial environment
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Excellent organisational skills with the ability to multitask and prioritise
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Professional and friendly demeanour, with strong interpersonal skills
  • Well presented at all times
  • Ability to build and maintain positive relationships with team members, clients and visitors
  • Responsive and attentive to the needs of work colleagues and visitors

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Collection Driver




Would suit retired or semi-retired driver looking for summer work

£11.50 per hour (Vehicle and mobile phone supplied + fuel float)

Start July to Sept/October

Really nice role for an experienced driver who is available to work for our client during the harvest season. The position entails the collection of samples from farms throughout the region and forwarding them on for sampling to the company laboratory. The role would suit a semi-retired person or someone looking for a role just for the summer months who enjoys driving around the country and meeting farmers.

Key responsibilities Collection Driver:

  • To join on-line induction and health & safety training sessions ahead of commencement of fulfilling duties.
  • Work with the Farm Relations Manager and team to follow requests to collect pre-drawn samples from farm from an agreed collection point.   (There will be NO requirement for any samples to be taken by the collection driver).
  • Ensure information recorded on the sample bag matches that of the testing request.
  • Package samples and deliver to an agreed courier depot, or Hemswell laboratory depending upon harvest collection driver location.
  • Drive a company provided vehicle safely in accordance with the law.  To ensure that the vehicle has weekly oil/water checks and is washed. 
  • Submit hours worked and mileage travelled weekly via provided mobile handset.

Personal specification for Collection Driver: 

  • Email address vital for daily instructions
  • Must have held a full UK driving licence for a minimum of 3 years and have no more than 3 penalty points on your licence. 
  • Reliable, self-motivated and hard working
  • Good communication and IT skills

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£45K – £55K

We have an exciting new leadership role for a Director of Business Operations and Engagement with an ambitious and respected charity.  As an inclusive leader you will be responsible for leading and developing the core business functions including stakeholder stewardship and engagement, strategic communications, organisation wide performance oversight and financial growth.

Working closely with the CEO, Development Director and Director of Strategy and Place and with direct responsibility for a small highly skilled team, the main purpose of the Director of Business Operations and Engagement is to drive business growth and performance aligning strategic connections, engagement and communication. You will have an agile and flexible approach, able to respond at a strategic level to the needs of the organisation and the direction of the work. 

The Director of Business Operations and Engagement will also ensure our core business functions align with our strategic goals, ensuring compliance and performance are delivered on and enabling opportunities – all through inclusive, collaborative engagement and excellent communication.

We operate an inclusive, equitable and transparent recruitment and assessment process, underpinned by an organisational commitment to equality and diversity. We actively encourage applications from candidates from diverse backgrounds who can bring an array of skills and experience to our organisation. We’re committed to making sure every applicant is assessed solely on merit and relevant experience to do the job. 


Personal Specification Director of Business and Engagement: 

Our ideal postholder will be able to demonstrate a mix of expertise, experience, energy for and commitment to the following attributes: 

  • Business growth and development aligned with strategic priorities
  • Managing risk and delivery of complex projects and programmes with multiple stakeholders and funders.
  • Managing multiyear / funder budgets and work streams across a diverse portfolio.
  • Strategic communication and movement building focused on influencing behaviours.
  • Embedding and enabling organisational governance to support excellence
  • Commitment to championing, leading and embedding equality, diversity and inclusion in everything we do
  • Leading and building a diverse and dynamic team that supports and enables the whole organisation to deliver the business plan  
  • Inspiring an organisation culture that creates a brilliant place to work, enabling professional and personal development
  • Implementing change and driving forward a strategy at a senior level
  • Building effective and strong relationships which enables the delivery of the business plan and the core role of the organisation.
  • Producing written material for multi stakeholder audiences and funders at local and county level. 

Key Responsibilities Director of Business Operations and Engagement:

  • The the strategic and development lead for our stakeholder engagement processes and strategy, monitoring and understanding its impact in building strong and collaborative relationships.
  • Develop new strategic relationships and innovative partnerships that will enable the delivery of the strategy.
  • Lead the communications and engagement strategy and growth of Active Lincolnshire and Let’s Move Lincolnshire brand awareness and profile.  
  • Lead the communications team, supporting high performance, learning and development, building the capacity and capabilities of the team and supporting personal development.
  • Seek opportunities for financial growth aligned to our strategic goals.  
  • Strategic responsibility to ensure contracts and funded projects and work are aligned across capacity, strategic outcomes, finance and delivery, trouble shooting, mitigating risk and innovating as required.

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Director of Strategy and Place



£45K – £55K

The Director of Strategy and Place is an exciting new role in the leadership team of this ambitious charity. As a collaborative leader you will be responsible for building and mobilising a movement that delivers the countywide ‘Let’s Move Lincolnshire’ physical activity strategy, designing our place-based approach to working and creating a framework and building our capabilities for a new data, insight, monitoring, evaluation and learning function. 

You may come from a L&D background, utilising data and insight to drive meaningful strategic outcomes.

The Director of Strategy and Place will work closely with the CEO, Development Director and Director of Business Operations and Engagement, within an agile team and have direct leadership responsibilities for a small and skilled team. 

We operate an inclusive, equitable and transparent recruitment and assessment process, underpinned by an organisational commitment to equality and diversity. We actively encourage applications from candidates from diverse backgrounds who can bring an array of skills and experience to our organisation. We’re committed to making sure every applicant is assessed solely on merit and relevant experience to do the job. 


Personal Specification Director of Strategy and Place:

  • Implementing organisational and systems change, including driving forward a strategy at a senior level
  • Place-based change that is designed with stakeholders and communities at the heart.
  • Strong influence and advocacy skills and the ability to convene, engage and gain the support of others
  • Commission, interrogating and using research, data, insight and evidence to inform and shape priorities
  • Developing and embedding monitoring and evaluation methodology including social return on investment
  • Building trusted and collaborative long-term relationships
  • Leading agile teams working across multiple programmes with effective people and project and budget management within co-funded projects
  • Strategic thinking and delivering on complex and multi stakeholder strategies  
  • Producing written material for multi stakeholder audiences at local and county level
  • Building and inspiring a team and an organisation culture that creates a brilliant place to work, enabling professional and personal development
  • Developing creative and innovative behaviour change solutions to meet local need, grounded in evidence
  • Working with projects and programmes that have a level of uncertainty and are emergent in their approach
  • A commitment to equality and diversity in working practices, with the ability to embed this across all aspects of work
  • Experience of identifying, securing and seeking opportunities for funding
  • Knowledge of Lincolnshire people, places and stakeholders is desirable

Key Responsibilities Director of Strategy and Place:

  • Be the strategic and development lead for our place-based approach to working including taking a key role in securing place based investment
  • Lead the Let’s Move Lincolnshire taskforce and associated delivery plans and stakeholder groups
  • Connect and enable system partners to impact change in physical activity levels and access
  • Develop and lead the organisations approach to commissioning, connecting, understanding and sharing insight, data and evidence around activity and inactivity levels and wider determinants to provide a strategic approach to identifying need  
  • Ensuring insight, data and evidence is effectively communicated and shared internally and externally and used to inform strategic decisions, funding bids
  • Lead the strategy and insight team, supporting high performance, learning and development, building the capacity and capabilities of the team and supporting personal development
  • Be clear about intended outcomes and impact of the work, and monitor and evaluate progress including reporting to Board and funding bodies
  • Capture and share learnings from the work to help us improve and to support partners  
  • Ensure tackling inequalities is embedded throughout the work of the organisation, using insight and lived experience to increase impact and understanding of the inequalities agenda and removing barriers to participation
  • Collaborate and co-create with many partners and partnerships across the system (local, regional and national) championing and advocating for physical activity
  • Develop a robust approach to ensuring people with lived experience are an integral part of the design and delivery of our work and that of the wider sector
  • Contribute to the organisations’ compliance with the Code for Sport Governance, ensuring we embed our commitments to diversity and inclusion, the environment and the welfare of people into our decisions and our work
  • Drive high performance as part of the leadership team, identifying risks and opportunities and ensuring programmes are delivered on time and on budget.
  • Represent Active Lincolnshire at events, in meetings and through communications, briefings, presentations and advocacy

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Assistant Cheese Maker

Assistant Cheese Maker (no experience necessary!)

Alford, Lincolnshire

£12.00 – £13.00 per hour plus overtime (1.5X)

Do you want a role where you can feel passionate about the product and take pride in what you are producing? Are you a Production Operative, not afraid of a physical role, looking to work in an environment where everyone feels involved and part of a family business and culture. If so, our client, a multi award-winning artisan cheese producer, have an exciting opportunity to join their friendly cheese making team based near Alford in Lincolnshire. Full training will be provided to the successful candidate.

As an Assistant Cheese Maker you’ll assist in the production of one of Lincolnshire’s finest and best loved cheeses under the guidance of seasoned artisans.  You’ll get hands-on experience in every aspect of the cheese-making process.


  • Assist in the cheese-making process from start to finish.
  • Cleaning of machinery and equipment etc ensuring high levels of cleanliness and hygiene at all times
  • Maintain strict quality control standards to ensure that every batch meets our high expectations.
  • Attend farmers markets selling cheese, butter and milk from the farm.
  • This is a physical job that requires manual handling of heavy ingredients and cheeses throughout the manufacturing process.
  • Help in the packing intermittently.


Along with a positive “can-do” attitude and a flexible approach you will also need the following:

  • Strong attention to detail and a commitment to excellence.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt in a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills.
  • Friendly, out-going personality with the ability to engage with customers at farmers markets.

No cheese making experience is required as full training will be provided. An ideal background may be in food production operations such as a Baker, Butcher, Production Operator, caterer or similar, although consideration will be given to a variety of backgrounds. The most important factor is willingness to learn and be passionate about your product.

Routine is typically 4 days per week (roughly 40 hours) with overtime at x1.5. Flexibility will be required as the rota varies and some weekend work will be required (typically 3 days/month).

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Office Manager/Senior Administrator



£28K – £30K  Negotiable (DOE) plus o/t

Mon – Fri, 0830 – 17:00 (30 mins lunch)

Are you an experienced Office Manager seeking a role where your organisational prowess meets the charm of a family business?   Join our team as an Office Manager and immerse yourself in the delightful world of artisan cheesemaking.   Nestled within the heart of our own farm on the edge of the Wolds near Alford, we specialise in crafting exquisite cheeses from our own unpasteurised milk.  As part of our close-knit and inclusive team the Office Manager will play a vital role in ensuring the smooth operation of our office functions, supporting both our administrative needs and the passion-driven spirit that fuels our artisan endeavour ensuring customer satisfaction at all times. The role is very hands on so we are looking for someone who has a ‘can do’ attitude and is willing to turn their hand to anything.

Key Office Manager responsibilities:

  • Manage daily office and organise packing room and butter making  activities 
  • Act as the primary point of contact for customers and suppliers, addressing enquiries, and ensuring excellent service delivery
  • Maintain records, and documentation accurately and confidentially
  • Monitor and input financial transactions, ensuring accuracy 
  • Stock control and resultant liaising with suppliers to source equipment and materials across the business
  • Managing distribution of product via courier and palletised delivery companies
  • Manage website with support from our website provider
  • Assisting with farmers market planning and herd registration

Personal specification – Office Manager:

  • Proven experience in an administrative leadership role.
  • Strong background in business support and customer facing responsibilities
  • Experience of working with accounting systems (Sage) an advantage but not essential
  • Excellent in Microsoft applications especially excel/word
  • Strong organisational and time-management skills with a keen eye for detail
  • Exceptional communication, both written and verbal, and strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and prioritise effectively

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