Have you worked with a CNC Press Brake in the past? Are you looking to return to the machines, or currently using one and looking for a new job? If you can travel to Newhaven, then this is the job for you.
Working in a close-knit team, you could bring your knowledge and skillset somewhere that it will be valued and progressed. This job will see you operating either an Amada Press Brake machine, or a Triumph. Your experience in following engineering drawings, and your eye for detail will both be used, as you will be trusted to complete the task to the standard required. Working with a variety of metals, you can improve your knowledge in the engineering field.
You have the benefit of being able to choose between either working the "double day" shift, or the night shift.
Initially starting a temporary worker, you get the benefit of being able to work at the company to trial it and see if it is correct. Once you have decided that you like it there and proven your skills, then a permanent job could be on offer.
The working hours are up to you. You can either work on the double day shift pattern, 6am-2pm one week & 2pm to 10pm the following. If you would prefer night shift, then this is working 10pm to 6am, with an uplift.
Due to the progression opportunities, the initial rate of pay is £9.76 for the double days, and £11.76 for the night shift.
To find out more about the role, please don't hesitate to call Rebecca Crouch at FPR Group on 02392 453 377. Or to send over your CV directly, simply click 'APPLY NOW!'
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