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Soldering Operative

Market Sector:
£7.05 - £7.5


Soldering Operative

Our client is a well-established engineering company based in St Leonards on Sea who specialise in making connectors, contacts, accessories, wires and subsea power cables for use in the harshest environments. A vacancy has arisen for an experienced Soldering Operative to join their busy and hardworking team.

As a Soldering Operative you will be reading and following technical drawings, and soldering ismall connectors and components. The ideal Soldering Operative will have demonstrable experience as a hand solder, be able to work unsupervised and understand technical drawings.

The Ideal Soldering Operative will possess the following skills and qualities:

  • Demonstrable soldering and assembly experience
  • Possess an excellent eye for detail
  • Ability to pay close attention to small detail
  • Urgency to excel in your job
  • Ability to solder and rework leaded components with both lead and lead free solder wires, with comprehension in the use of associated hand tools
  • Read and understand technical drawings
  • Team worker, with a proactive approach to quality and efficiency, also capable of accepting and adapting to quality feedback

Your duties as a Soldering Operative would be:

  • Soldering small connectors and components
  • Working according to technical drawings
  • Assembly work
  • Wiring
  • Maintaining a tidy work space
  • Assisting in other departments as and when required


  • £7.05 per hour (Under 24s)
  • £7.50 per hour (25 and Overs)


  • Monday – Thursday; 8am – 5pm
  • Friday; 8am – 1pm
  • Temp to Perm position


St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex

Start Date:


Key Words:

Soldering Operative, Assembly, Engineering, Manufacturing, Assembly, Technical Drawings


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