Burts Chips began life back in 1997 with a small team of just six people. Since then, we’ve grown to a team of 300 staff with a turnover of £44 million, all the while never forgetting that our people are responsible for our success.
Our success hasn’t meant we’ve forgotten where we came from though; Burts Chips still maintains the values we started with as a small business all those year ago, and employs the most talented people to make the best hand cooked potato chips. Wherever Burts’ people fit into the business, we’re always proud of what we’ve done to build the company’s enviable reputation.
Working here means that along with being able to taste the latest flavours before they hit the shelves, staff at Burts Chips receive:
We’re foodies at heart and we know great taste. We won’t compromise on quality, relentlessly pursuing our goal to make the best crisps & snacks our customers want and we’re fearless when faced with challenges. We make great things happen whilst having fun and shout loudly about our successes. We know where we’re going, and know we can’t get there without the best team. We’re always on the hunt for new ideas to try and take to market, making the best products even better for our customers and fans. We’re all part of where we’re going and we’re excited about that!
We’re proud to say that 92% of our staff are satisfied working for Burts, and for a sneak peak to see what it’s like to be part of the team, simply click here to watch our video.
Think you’d fit in? See below for our latest vacancies at Burts.
Burt’s Potato chips in Leicester is currently home to a strong team of 120 employees. As part of its ongoing expansion, Burts’ will open a further 64 jobs at the site, roles including:
Burt’s brand has a long history of investing in its business and over the last 12 months alone, Burts Potato Chips has added a further 60,000sqft to the existing 71,000sqft production facility in Leicester. As well as this, Burts’ has also upgraded and implemented new machinery at the site, including new Hand Cooked Potato Chip lines, a compression popping line, and further capacity in its Popcorn lines to meet the growth in customer demand.
Burts’ are hosting a series of open days to discover everything there is to know about the current job vacancies. This session will provide an exclusive opportunity to speak to existing employees about what it’s like to work for Burts Potato Chips before applying for any of the vacancies.
To find out more and to book your space at the upcoming open days, please contact: Mo Batka from Barker Ross on 0116 3666183.
Full Time, location: Plymouth.
Delivered in partnership with Cornwall College, a warehouse qualification is the first stepping stone into a fast paced, busy Supply chain and Logistics organisation. Warehousing comes in many formats with different responsibilities and outcomes.
We are looking for someone who is keen to learn, has a keen eye for detail and accuracy. This will be achieved by supporting the Warehouse Manager & Stock Controller in the day to day activity in the warehouse.
For more details and to apply for this position, go to: https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeship/-421790
ETHICAL TRADING POLICY
As a company we commit to keeping up to date with the relevant legislation such as minimum wages, insurance and health and safety standards. This normally takes the form of government websites and email alert systems.
We are committed to adhering to the International Labour Organisation’s Core conventions which include the following aspects:
We use an agency to provide additional operational labour when required – usually to cover holidays and sickness. The agency is audited at a minimum twice a year. They have a Gang Masters license and operate according to our requirements. They provide induction training before the staff start. A record is kept of who is on site and where they are working. Regular meetings are held to discuss any issues and provide feedback.
PREVENTING HIDDEN LABOUR EXPLOITATION
Burts Potato Chips Ltd commits to developing and adopting a proactive approach to tackling hidden labour exploitation.
Hidden labour exploitation is exploitation of job applicants and workers by third party individuals or gangs other than the employer or labour provider including rogue individuals working within these businesses but without the knowledge of management. It includes forced labour and human trafficking for labour exploitation; payment for work-finding services and work-related exploitation such as forced use of accommodation. It is understood that it is often well hidden by the perpetrators with victims, if they perceive of themselves as such, reluctant to come forward.
Burts Potato Chips Limited shall:
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