Why does a prestigious – and extremely profitable – Dumbarton-based company such as Chivas Brothers have to bring in an agency to recruit line workers? And why does it believe it’s right to charge top prices for their products and pay their workers such low wages? Bill Heaney


Brightwork are working in partnership with Chivas Brothers at the Kilmalid site in Dumbarton

Bottling Hall Operators are required to work across a variety of shifts:
Hours of work can vary across:

Dayshift – Monday – Friday 7.30am – 5.15pm
Twilight – Monday to Thursday 5pm – 11.30pm

Please note this role is on an ad-hoc basis and hours can vary week to week

Hourly rate starts at £7.70 (under 25) and £8.21 (over 25’s) for all shifts for 4 weeks which will increase to £10.18

Duties will include:

Working on Bottling lines
General production work 
Operating machinery

Successful applicants will demonstrate excellent team working skills, adaptability across different working areas of the business, excellent attention to detail and flexibility.

Please send your most updated CV to lisa.herd@brightwork.co.uk

Stirling Road, Dumbarton, G82 2, United Kingdom

One comment

  1. These are also exploitative Zero Hour Contracts. Latest figures show that the rising numbers of those living in poverty are the working poor, while these large companies and private shareholders make excessive profits.

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