• Permanent
  • Dewsbury, West Yorkshire
  • Posted: 4th August 2022
  • Salary: £23300 - £25000 per annum
  • Duration:
  • Reference: BBBH9158
  • Industry:
  • Location: Dewsbury, West Yorkshire
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Skills:

Assembler, Permanent contract after competing probation starting salary up to £11.50 an hr with potential additional dependent on skills and experience. Days based role with not shifts and no weekend work plus. early finish on a Friday. Company bonus, Life insurance, life assurance etc

Location of assembler opportunity: Dewsbury

The Assembler opportunity is working at a well-established manufacturing business that operates in a modern, clean and bright environment.

The role is working in the sub-assembly part of the business, the role will require you to assemble metal drawers/cabinets. We would welcome people that may have worked in similar roles e.g cabinet making, semi-skilled joiner work, Bench joiner, Flat Pack Furniture assembly or worked within a production or manufacturing environment

Duties of the Assembler role:

  • Using hand tools
  • Following basic drawings and instructions
  • Working with metal and plastic
  • The building draws and cabinets

Benefits of the Assembler role:
Perm Opportunity
up to £11.50 per hr- further increases available
OT paid at a premium

Alternatively, if you would like a private chat about the position. Please ask for RODGER MORLEY at E3 Recruitment



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