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Powder Coater and Preparation Technician - Milton Keynes
Salary £9.78 ? 10.82 per hour + Bonus which is Approx. £350-400 per month
Overtime at 1.5 rate and 2.0 rates apply after 4 hours at 1.5.
Must be flexible to work overtime 1-2 hours per day and 4-6 hours on a Saturday (usually 2 out of 4 per month)
Hours 40 per week 08.00-16.30 Local candidates are preferred.
Our client is seeking an Experienced Powder Coater who also has prepping and sanding knowledge which is also part of the role. We would consider paint sprayers but only if they have previous experience with powder coatings.
Our client is one of the largest manufacturers of mobile elevating platforms in Europe and sells products around the world.
They specialise in compact, low weight articulating booms that offer maximum performance with minimal environmental impact.
They use advanced 3D modelling software together with rigorous testing to optimise every aspect of their product design and to ensure that every platform delivers outstanding performance without compromising on functionality or reliability.
Suitable candidates will need to have previous experience within a mechanical Assembly environment.
If you have worked in a similar Assembly type role it would be very helpful but not essential.
An automotive or mechanical background may also be helpful.
Your main duties will involve..
Efficient and correct to specification Mechanical assembly, hydraulic installation, electrical wiring, and fabrication / fitting operations, linked to the manufacture, service and repair of access platforms.
Competent build inspection of all stages and materials used. Full compliance with ISO 9001 procedures, and total quality focus throughout all direct / indirect stages of manufacturing process to achieve a quality product aligned to the customer's specification / expectations.
Effective and efficient value added organisation and control of all allocated operations. Full flexibility, including being training and training others to enable all manufacturing operations by all to be completed across the company.
Maintaining and developing accurate systems and procedures.
Ensuring engineering masters and works orders accurately reflect the approved parts consumed.
Identification of low stock / shortages.
Maintain a high standard of organisation. Continuous improvement / elimination of waste, through 'Lean Manufacturing techniques / tools'.
Working as a team to achieve customer quality, delivery, cost and innovation requirements. Striving to meet performance requirements for accidents / incidents, internal quality defects, cell productivity / utilisation, overall stock accuracy and WIP (flow line adherence).
Ensuring company procedures are complied with.
The above is not an exhaustive list of duties and you will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by your changing role within the organisation and the overall business objectives of the organisation.
Qualifications & Experience
Experience in a similar hands on Assembly role;
Computer skills to include the use of Word/Excel/PowerPoint/Outlook;
A good communicator at all levels within the business as well as with customers is fundamental therefore must have a high standard of spoken and written English.
A team player that can demonstrate attention to detail and a flexible approach to working hours.
Applicable to this role
- 4% contributory pension scheme.
- Life insurance scheme.
- Health cover scheme for dental, optician etc.
- 25 days holiday + bank holidays
- 6-month probation period
Additional Resources Ltd is an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003