Welder Fabricator

  • Permanent
  • Normanton, West Yorkshire
  • Posted: 12th February 2024
  • Salary: Up to £14.00 per hour
  • Duration:
  • Reference: BBBH12747
  • Industry:
  • Location: Normanton, West Yorkshire
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Skills:

We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Welder Fabricator to join a well-established manufacturer, working regular days, with a 3pm finish on Fridays. This family run business can offer genuine progression opportunities in a well organised environment with structured training and development plans.

They are a sign installation and manufacturing company that specialise in large scale structures with a nationwide installation service, providing the highest quality to their clients.

Duties of the Welder Fabricator:

  • Welding of mild steel
  • Carrying out totem pole claddings/guttering/folded trays
  • Operation of various machines such as press brakes, guillotines, hydraulic presses
  • Fitting of panels to mild steel
  • Reading from CAD drawings

Experience of the Welder Fabricator:

  • Operated press brakes/guillotines/hydraulic presses
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • Working within a team and assisting other departments when required

What is offer to the Welder Fabricator:

  • Paying upto £14.00ph dependant on experience
  • Day shift 7am-4pm Monday to Thursday and 7am- 3pm on Friday
  • Overtime is paid at time and half
  • Temporary to permanent opportunity
  • Company pension

“The successful Welder Fabricator will easily be able to commute to this Castleford based business from surrounding towns & cities including, Pontefract, Normanton, Knottingley and Leeds”

For immediate consideration for the Welder Fabricator position then please contact Alison Bell at E3 Recruitment on 01484 645269 or “click apply” to arrange an interview.



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