MIG Welder (Production Operative)
Our client has a niche as a leading small to medium volume component and accessory part specialist in the automotive industry. They are driven by quality, innovation and brand new technologies, investing in the people, infrastructure and tools required to support their development. They believe in long term growth, strengthening day by day, year on year, providing security for the company and its employees. Providing a structured development path is paramount in their ethos. They pride themselves on a safe and friendly working environment.
They offer benefits to the right candidates and these include:
• Salary package is £22,000 - £25,000 dependant on experience.
• 33 days holiday including bank holidays
• Attractive annual bonus
• Company pays 5% into your pension
• Death in service benefit
• Eye care vouchers
Due to expansion they are looking for a final assembly MIG welder to join their production team in the heart of Daventry, Northamptonshire. Standard hours of work are 8am - 4pm Monday to Friday.
The standards are set high by our customers so you will need a keen eye for detail and at least 2 years of experience working a production environment preferably in the automotive industry.
• Precision and quality are key elements for success.
• Self-motivation and excellent communication skills are required to carry out this role effectively.
• You will have a positive can-do attitude and will therefore fit in with their current company culture.
• You will be able to work diligently with minimum supervision day to day.
• As a result of their rapidly growing business they require you to be target driven and be able adapt well to their changing environment.
• Work in accordance with any legislative or company requirements for Health Safety and Environmental standards.
• To use MIG and possibly some TIG welding equipment to manufacture parts and assemblies as required, meeting defined production schedules, using the information contained within the works orders.
• To supply quality parts & assemblies from jigs & fixtures, Using company SOP’s.
• Work on any new projects as and when required.
• Support the Quality Assurance department with respect to jig & fixture evaluation.
• Build welded assemblies for new products and changes to existing products per engineering documents and established production standards.
• Operating other necessary equipment and performing tasks necessary to complete parts to specifications.
• Preparing and setup of necessary tools and equipment for welding jobs.
• Arranging of parts for welding and staging processes.
• Propose potential quality or productivity enhancements i.e. continual improvements.
• Review of finished assemblies & parts to ensure accuracy.
• Report fabrication issues and assist in resolutions as required.
• Participate in and attend cross functional meetings as required.
• Perform other duties as requested by the team leader.
If you feel that your skills and talents match their required standards then they would love to hear from you. Please apply online with you CV and covering letter.
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