Year-long position so role terminated prior to entering University.
Task objective was achieved by introducing an automated conveyor-belt system into the design after a result of extensive evaluation leading to 3 more spectrometry units being produced per day, so the Supervisor at the plant was going to propose the idea to senior management and board members and try and implement the idea devised by me and my team.
Due to an optimal manufacturing process, two fewer workers were required for the manual jobs that they had been conducting and therefore the company made an indirect saving of £40,000 in wages. However, to preserve work contracts, the company ensured job-rotation so the workers did not need to be made redundant and were shifted to another part of the manufacturing plant or tended to the operation of the conveyor belt.
At the presentation at the Celtic Manor, as a result of the joint effort of the entire team and the sublime co-ordination of myself, the project manager, as well as the confidence in the delivery of the presentation, my team was awarded with the 'Best Overall Team' awarded and paid a £500 incentive for the outstanding efforts.
Finally, I exceeded my task role by brainstorming modernisation throughout the plant in terms of lighting, flooring and opening up the manufacturing room to create a more work-friendly environment and this was also met with great commendation by the company.