Case Fabricator (CS005203) job vacancy at High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom. It is Permanent job and you have to work Full Time. Click below to Apply for more details about job.
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This is a full time, permanent position.
Our client is a leading player in a niche market of flight case design and manufacture, mainly for the outside broadcast industry. Each case is built to order and, generally, every customer’s requirement is different. The cases are built from aluminium and plastic, with the internals made in foam created by a CNC Router and by hand. They are looking to take on an additional resource to support growth in the business and join their team of Case Fabricators.
This is very much a ‘hands on’ role and, will need to be able to build things from drawings and, in some cases, rough sketches. The ability to quickly understand designs, input into the design process and visualise things in 3 Dimensions is a must. Full training will be provided.
Our client uses a range of machines and hand tools (drill riveter) to fabricate their cases:
• V Chop and Band Saw
• Welder (for the Aluminium Cases)
• CNC Router
The role requires excellent practical skills, so our client would like to find someone who has experience of ‘making things’; this could come by way of construction, metal working or even double glazing.
The successful candidate will possess the following skills:
• Excellent practical skills
• Able to think and work in 3 Dimensions
• Competent working in Metric and Imperial
• Good attention to detail and accuracy
• Some fabrication / manufacturing experience in metal or plastic or foam
• Good Team player with great attention to detail and able to work with minimum supervision
• Intelligent with good interpersonal skills and strong work ethic
• Computer literate
• Experience of working with a CNC Router / Press / and Welding would be advantageous.
Monday to Thursday, 8am – 5pm; Friday, 8am – 3pm; 45 minutes for lunch each day and a 15 minute break in both the morning and the afternoon