Workshop Operative

Job details

Salary: Negotiable

Length of Employment: Temporary

Working Hours: Full Time

Reference: PS3880AW

Vacancy First Advertised: Friday 7th June 2024

Job description

P+S Personnel are pleased to be working on behalf of our clients who are currently seeking Workshop Operatives to join their team based in Great Yarmouth on a full time, temporary basis.

Immediate start available.

Role Summary:

Performing general production duties including but not limited to fitting/general assembly of a variety of standard and bespoke engineered products in accordance with relevant Technical and Quality documentation.

Main Responsibilities:

  • General assembly.
  • Mechanical assembly.
  • Material preparation.
  • Manual Handling.
  • Comply with all Health and Safety and Quality policies at all times.
  • Keep work area clean and tidy at all times.

Skills and experience:

  • Able to understand assembly diagrams and instructions.
  • Physically fit and able to undertake manual handling tasks.
  • The ability to use basic hand tools and substances such as: screw drivers, drills, spanners, glues, sealants.
  • A qualification in engineering would be beneficial.

Working Hours:

  • Monday to Friday 39 hours a week
  • Overtime available

If this is a role you are interested in, please apply online ensuring your CV is up to date.

Alternatively, please email your CV directly to jobs@pspersonnelltd.co.uk

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