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Sep 29, 2021 | Recruitment

Welder/ Fabricator

Job Title: Welder/ Fabricator

Department: Production

Reports to: Fabrication Coordinator

Responsible for: Business Unit Leader

Job Description

Main Purpose – To carry out required tasks and duties in your production area and ensure that materials are welded and fabricated to conform to standards and specifications.

 

Main Tasks and Duties

  • To operate the welding equipment according to correct methods of work.
  • Ability to weld Mild Steel using the Mig Welding process.
  • To include fitting, forming and joining of raw materials.
  • To produce quality products which meet or exceed customer expectations.
  • To meet agreed production targets according to customer demands.
  • To carry out the agreed preventative maintenance schedule.To suggest continuous improvement/best practice solutions.
  • To participate in training and improvement activities and to train others as required.
  • To be willing and capable to learn new and established processes and procedures within given time-scales as required by manager.
  • Ensure all waste material or product is dealt with correctly and in a prompt manner.
  • Any other duties may be reasonably required in line with your training and experience.

 

Personnel Specification

Essential Criteria:

  • Experience in Mig welding Mild Steel.
  • Experience of interpreting engineering drawings.
  • Must be flexible to work shift patterns.  

Desirable Criteria:

  • Experience of working a high volume manufacturing environment.
  • Minimum Maths & English GCSE or equivalent.
  • Experience in Mig/ Tig welding in Stainless Steel or Aluminium.
  • Basic machinery maintenance.
  • 3 years fabrication experience. 

 

To Apply:

Please call 028 2954 0302 or complete the form below!

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