Our client is recruiting for multi-skilled welder / fabricator engineers for their long established and respected engineering manufacturing company.
This interesting and varied “hands on” role is building various foods processing equipment.
Welding and fabrication in stainless steel material 1.0mm – 12mm thickness including pipework / purge. It is expected you know how to read engineering drawings, understand tolerances / bend allowances / being experienced in fabrication and sheet-metal machinery.
You must be able to work within a team environment and activities incurred on the shop floor / sometimes on site and in all aspects including health & safety production, inspection and discipline.
General Objectives and Responsibilities:
- To assist in the day to day running of the factory production areas and jobs allotted to your control in accordance with the schedules and completion dates assigned. Modern manufacturing methods.
- The keeping of good order, motivation and discipline while working the factory / site.
- To uphold the correct use and maintenance of equipment used on the shop floor and site installation / service.
- To establish and uphold a professional and confident rapport when carrying out your daily duties and conferring with shop floor personnel.
- To maintain health & safety – risk assessments / method statements.
- To maintain the company rules and ruling communicated via management.
- To offer customer support while working on site, looking at all scenarios to reduce machinery down time.
- To carry out a policy of valve engineering when working in the factory / on site.
- To maintain an environment where standards on hygiene, discipline, attendance, and good time keeping are upheld.
- To create and implement productivity gains, be it equipment or policies using your knowledge and experience to benefit the company.
Occasionally you may be required to work during unsociable hours, this may include weekends and night shifts.
Skills & Qualifications:
City & Guilds qualifications in welding and fabrication / Apprentice in Engineering would be an advantage.
You would be contracted to work a 39-hour week, Monday – Friday, with a 10-minute tea break 10:00 - 10:10 and ½ hour lunchbreak 13:00 - 13:30.
Your rate is to be negotiated depending on experience.
Sick scheme offered after 4 years employment.
There is a work place pension scheme to the government legislate available.