Sheet Metal Worker
The successful applicant will be proficient in working and forming mild steel, aluminium and stainless steels to fine limits in gauges ranging from 0.5mm to 6mm working to a high level of finish. Accuracy and finish is very important as most of our products are for Scientific and research applications. It is essential that the applicant can read and understand engineering drawings and communicate effectively with the other members of the team to achieve a culture of safety, quality and continuous improvement. We will expect to carry out a trade test before a job offer and also to inspect and qualifications that you have.
You must be able to read and work from engineering drawings and able to work on your own initiative, you should also be able to work in a busy workshop environment and do some lifting as required. Ideally experienced in high quality sheet metalwork and fabrication in either the food and pharmaceutical industry or vacuum and research sectors, although applicant that show they have an eye for quality and attention to detail will be considered. The ability to operate a brake press, power rolls and other fabrication equipment is essential Overalls, safety equipment and general tools will be supplied, but will be looking for someone who has a working set of hand tools. Confident enough to inspect the job as it arrives at work station, before the start of job to ensure it can be finished to Co. standards. Preference will be given to applicants with CNC punch press or laser experience.
A Clean working environment working 39 hours per week with the option of selective overtime and the option to work flexitime within set parameters. Offer 23 days + bh per annum, early finish on Fridays. Free on-site parking, basic works canteen with tea/coffee facilities. Rates of pay to be discussed during the initial interview process and agreed upon a successful application.