• Permanent
  • Posted: 13th January 2021
  • Salary: £22000.00 - £25000.00 per annum
  • Duration:
  • Reference: BBBH7026
  • Industry:
  • Location:
  • Start Date:
  • Skills:

X5 Coachbuilders are needed for a market-leading vehicle conversion company Days role Monday – Friday early finishes on a Friday £22 – 25K basic overtime paid at 1.5 you can do as little or as much as you want, growing company, modern workshop, free parking, permanent position.

Coachbuilder Location: East Yorkshire, Easy access from M62

The manufacturing facility has seen significant investment and as a result, the working conditions and equipment are excellent that can’t be matched by many in the local area. A Coachbuilder is needed due to an extensive order book with further projects going for tender.

Duties of the Coachbuilder opportunity:

The position will entail the installation shelving and racking, storage cabinets amongst other equipment inside the vehicles that have been converted.
The role will involve securing pre-fabricated parts, using various fasteners, screws but mainly pop rivets.

We would welcome people to apply that have worked as Vehicle Builders, Fabricators, Tradesman or Rolling Stock engineers, joiners, kitchen fitters etc

Benefits of the Coachbuilder role:

£22 – 25K basic
Days Monday – Friday
Overtime paid at 1.5
Growing company
Modern workshop
Free parking
Permanent position

Alternatively, if you want a private chat about the Coachbuilder position before submitting your application then please call or email RODGER MORLEY at E3 Recruitment. # Coachbuilder



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