• Permanent
  • Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire
  • Posted: 17th March 2020
  • Salary: £20000.00 - £25000.00 per annum
  • Duration:
  • Reference: BBBH5965
  • Industry:
  • Location: Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire
  • Start Date:
  • Skills:

A Coachbuilder is needed for a market-leading vehicle conversion company Days role Monday – Friday, £22 – 25K basic OTE 30K plus overtime paid at 1.5 you can do as little or as much as a you want, growing company, modern workshop, free parking, permanent position.

Coachbuilder location: Cleckheaton

The Company has gone through rapid growth in recent years and a have a reputation for quality and are market leaders in the conversions they specialise in. 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 that is full for the next two years 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.

Benefits of the Coachbuilder role:

  • £22 – 25K basic OTE 30K plus
  • 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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