The Welder's main work area will be in the welding bays.
The Welder may at times be required to assist on other production operations.
- Produce welded parts to specification, in mild and stainless steel, 0.9 mm to 10mm.
- Re-work returned goods and internal non-conforming parts as required.
- Ensure all tasks are completed within 'standard time'.
- Ensure daily and weekly equipment checks and maintenance is completed.
- Ensure gas and welding wire are changed in a timely fashion to prevent line stoppage.
- Report any faults and discuss improvement opportunities with the Team Leader.
- Ensure housekeeping is maintained within your own work area, clean down bay daily.
- Ensure all Company Health and Safety Procedures and Safe Systems of Working are followed.
- Ensure Personal Protective Equipment is used as directed, maintained and stored correctly.
- Ensure all Company Quality Standards are maintained.
- Ensure compliance to all Company Rules and Regulations.
- Any other reasonable task as directed by your Line Manager.
- Minimum three years welding fabrication experience in manufacturing environment.
- Able to read and understand technical drawings and work instructions.
- TIG welding experience an advantage.
- Well organised, with a systematic approach to work.
- Conscientious with a high attention to detail.
Hours of work
40 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 8am until 4.30pm with half an hour unpaid lunch break.
£23,025.60 - £25,051 per annum (equivalent to £11.07 - £12.04 per hour) depending upon experience.
21 days annual leave, plus 8 Bank Holidays, increasing by 1 day at 2 years' service, another day at 4 years' service, to a maximum of 24 days at 6 years' service.