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Fabricator/Welder

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£14000 - £25000
 

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Fabricator/Welder

Our client is an established engineering company with over 25 years’ experience in the industry, providing quality service throughout Sussex and the South East. A vacancy has arisen for an experienced Fabricator/Welder to join their hardworking and dedicated team based in St Leonards.

The ideal Fabricator/Welder will have demonstrable experience within this industry, and be able to weld with TIG/MIG/ARC to a very high standard. As a Fabricator/Welder you will be adhering to technical drawings, and ensuring that tolerances are met.

The ideal Fabricator/Welder will possess the following skills and qualities:

  • Experience using Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG), Metal Inert Gas (MIG) and ARC
  • Previously used cutting and grinding tools
  • Solid understanding of mathematics
  • Understanding of measuring tools such as calipers, rules, feeler gauges and pi tapes
  • Be able to read mechanical drawings
  • A  CSCS card is desirable but not essential

Your duties as a Fabricator/Welder will include:

  • Evaluate all drawings and ensure implementation according to welding specifications
  • Perform all welding work with the help of forming and cutting equipment
  • Provide assistance to production processes and mould various fixtures
  • Perform efficient welding of various metal objects
  • Analyse diagrams and specifications and cut all metal accordingly
  • Evaluate finished products and perform quality checks on products

Salary:

Highly Competitive

Hours:

40 hours per week

Temporary Placement

Location:

St Leonards, East Sussex

Start Date:

ASAP

Key Words:

Fabricator, Welder, TIG, MIG, ARC, Engineering, Technical Drawings, Measuring Tools, Grinders, CSCS

 
 
 

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