Welder Fabricator

  • Permanent
  • Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire
  • Posted: 11th February 2024
  • Salary: £27000.00 - £29000.00 per annum
  • Duration:
  • Reference: BBBH13005
  • Industry:
  • Location: Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Skills:

Welder Fabricator up to £15 an hr, permanent position, days no shifts, overtime paid at x1.5, company bonus.

A leading Uk Manufacturing business require a Welder fabricator to join their team. the role has become available due to company expansion as they continue to take more orders as the continue to grow.

The operate in a modern clean organised working environment and this position would suit experienced or someone who has recently qualified and may look to broaden their skill set as the company will also train people if they require it.

To be considered for the Welder Fabricator vacancy applicants will have previous experience of Fabricating and welding with materials such as aluminium and mild steel, and knowledge of operating cutting and folding machines would be advantageous.

Duties of the Welder Fabricator position

Fabricating and Welding of Aluminium and stainless-steel high-quality units and Cabinets
Reading Engineering drawings.
Working with various Materials including Stainless Steel or Aluminium, ranging from 2mm to 15mm
Have excellent attention to detail to ensure all work carried out is to a high standard of workmanship.

You must undertake a weld test prior to start and must live within commutable distance to Dewsbury, Heckmondwike area

What’s on offer for the Welder Fabricator position.

Permanent position
Days position Monday to Friday, include Monday – Friday 8.00 -16.30 with optional overtime
Pay: £28 – £31K PAYE, Depending on experience plus Overtime at a premium.
Production Bonus.

To be considered for the Welder Fabricator position please click “apply now” or contact Maisie Cope at E3 Recruitment



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