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Mechanical Build and Assembly (Afternoons)

Job Description

Mechanical Build and Assembly (Afternoons)

Commutable from Anlaby, Beverley, Cottingham, Hessle, Hull, Swanland, Skidby, Walkington, Willerby

Salary and Benefits

£17,940-£20,514 + 33 days holidays including stats + Lots of Overtime at time and a half + Bonus


Long term contract role with a view to going Permanent after 18 months for the right candidate

-          Working for a stable and rapidly expanding company

-          Chance to work at the firm’s brand new state of the art factory

-          A genuine chance of securing a Permanent Role after 18 months

-          Chance to increase your salary as competency increases and you can move up to different pay grades

-          Chance to work within Manufacturing / Engineering

-          Lots of opportunities to boost earnings in Overtime with 5-15 hours a week in busy spells

-          Opportunity to work on a high tech product range

-          Work in a clean and modern manufacturing environment

-          Excellent Training Provided including Multi-Skilling to work in different areas of the business


My client is an award winning   manufacturer in a specialist and growing market that supply to a range of different industries including Automotive, Plastics, Food and Drink, Steel and Pharmaceutical. They have just moved to a new purpose built factory with double the shop floor space and new improved working areas and equipment.  The role after training will be working Mon-Thur 2:45pm-10pm and Fri 2:45pm-9pm.

You must have the following:

-          You must have some form of manufacturing, assembly or engineering experience

-          Ability to work to production targets and KPIs

-          Excellent Attention to detail

-          Must have experience of hand tools

-          Must take real pride in your work

-          Must be a fast learner

-          Must be able to follow set procedures and guidelines

-          Must have basic IT skills

-          Ideally have some form of manufacturing, assembly or engineering experience

-          Ability to work to production targets and KPIs


The role will involve the assembly of various mechanical components such as brackets, tubes, hydraulics, pneumatics and valves. The candidates will be working from engineering drawings building up sub -assemblies using various hand tools including spanners, ratchets, screwdrivers, torque wrenches and specialist measuring equipment. Due to the specialist nature of the work the sub-assemblies must be built to the finest quality standards and tolerances.


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