MIG Fabricator/ Welder
Newton Abbot, Devon
£10 - £11 per hour + Training + Progression + Overtime
MIG Fabricator/ Welder
£10.00ph £11ph + Training + Progression + Overtime + Holiday + Pension
On offer is a fantastic opportunity to join a national, wellestablished business with the opportunity to enhance your earnings with overtime.
This position will provide a long, stable career in a business that is looking to expand into new markets while offering chances to train on coding systems.
This company, based in Newton Abbot, design, install and fabricate a range of materials for use across the UK in areas such as quarry work and recycling plants. Now, due to growing business and expansion plans, require an experienced MIG Fabricator/ Welder to join the company.
In this role, you will be responsible for the fabrication and welding of heavy, structural steel while training on welding codes such as EN287.
The ideal candidate will have experience in the fabrication and welding of heavy steel, and preferably have some knowledge on welding codes, however this is not essential.
This is a great opportunity to get involved with a growing company, in a hands on position with opportunities to progress, train and where you can increase your earnings through overtime.
*40 hour a week
*MIG Fabricator/ Welder
*Knowledge of welding code
*Heavy/ Structural steel
*Experience in MIG fabrication and welding
*Wants to train and progress their career
Fabricating, Welding, Fabricator, Welder, MIG, Steel, Structural, Code, Heavy Steel, TIG, Quarry, Plant, Torquay, Exeter, Newton Abbot, Exmouth, Paignton, Dartmoor, Dartmouth, Crediton, Cullompton, Devon, South West, Ivybridge
Reference Number: RTR85160
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Posted 40 days ago