Electrical Assembler

  • Permanent
  • York, North Yorkshire
  • Posted: 17th September 2023
  • Salary: Up to £25000.00 per annum
  • Duration:
  • Reference: BBBH12200
  • Industry:
  • Location: York, North Yorkshire
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Skills:

Monday to Friday, 40 hrs a week, £12 an hr, permanent opportunities available. Working on brand new vehicles within a modern facility, sociable working hours

This Days based Electrical Assembler vacancy offers a salary of around 25k – Working with an industry-leading manufacturing company operating within the automotive equipment industry. The role offers you training, development and career progression opportunities.

What’s in it for you as an Electrical Assembler?

  • Salary up to £25k
  • OT paid at x1.5
  • Permanent role
  • Monday to Friday
  • 08:00am – 16:30pm – early finish Fridays!

Roles and responsibility of the Electrical Assembler –

  • Wiring / Panel Wiring
  • Sub-assembly
  • Crimping
  • Stripping Wires
  • Cabling
  • Wire/Cable termination
  • Working from instructions
  • Basic Mechanical assembly
  • Harness Building
  • Looming

To be successful as an Electrical Assembler –

  • Wiring & Electrical assembly experience
  • No formal qualifications needed but this would suit someone who has worked with cabling and subassembly.
  • Experience building electrical units.

If you would like to have private conversation regarding this role, please contact Joseph Reid at E3 Recruitment.



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