Assembly Fitter

  • Permanent
  • Tamworth, Staffordshire
  • Posted: 1st April 2024
  • Salary: £23000.00 - £25000.00 per annum
  • Duration:
  • Reference: BBBH13265
  • Industry:
  • Location: Tamworth, Staffordshire
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Skills:

Assembly Fitter / Coach Builder
Permanent position for an Assembly Fitter / Coach Builder to work Monday to Friday (days), no weekend working, no shifts, £23,000 – £25000.

Overtime paid at 1.5, market-leading growing company with an order book that is full for the next two years. Opportunity to work for a company that will invest in training develop your skills further.

Location of the Assembly Fitter / Coach Builder position: Tamworth

The Assembly Fitter / Coach Builder role is needed to work on bespoke projects for a company that builds vehicle bodies for light and commercial vehicles.

They are a leading name in their sector that have a reputation for quality and innovation. The company provides further training and offers the opportunity to work within a clean, modern, friendly working environment.

This position would suit somebody confident using hand tools, power tools, likes working in a team in a modern clean organised environment.

A good attitude is key for our Assembly Fitter / Coach Builder role, and if you are someone that would like to join a growing manufacturing business that has a strong order book and has big plans for the future.

If you have worked as a Vehicle Builder, Coachbuilder, Vehicle Mechanic, Vehicle Technician, Maintenance Engineer, Mechanical assembler Mechanical Fitter, Joiner, Manufacturing Technician, Production operative etc we would be very keen to speak to you

What’s in return for the Assembly Fitter / Coach Builder role:

  • Basic salary: Circa £23 – £25K a year, with potential further rises after passing probation
  • 39 hours basic with OT paid at 1.5
  • Clean modern working conditions
  • Further training is provided to upskill further
  • Full-time Permanent position

Duties of the Assembly Fitter / Coach Builder position:

  • Assembling bought and finished components onto vehicles. i.e lights, racking, grab rails, steps etc
  • Utilizing hand and air tools in manufacturing operations
  • Follow SOPs
  • Measuring and marking out, ideally using tapes, micrometres and verniers desirable

Alternatively, if you would like a private chat about the position before applying please contact Grace Hudson-Morgan at E3 Recruitment.



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