Electrical/Mechanical Assembler - Portsmouth - £14ph
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If you want an interesting Electrical Assembly role within a Prestigious Global Manufacturing company, with an emphasis on detail and high quality then we have an excellent opportunity for a role that will most certainly interest you. They manufacture high value/low volume products for high end industries.
This is a permanent position. The role is mostly Electrical assembly with some Mechanical and Pneumatics work so this would either suit an experienced Electrical Assembler/Technician or someone with a background in Electro-Mechanical assembly.
You will be working from their site in Portsmouth where your salary would be around £28,300 per annum (£14ph) and you will be working in a friendly team for a great company.
Your basic hours would be 39 hours but they would prefer someone who is flexibility to work extra hours occasionally if required.
Your main role will be to assemble Electrical and mechanical products for the medical/pharmaceutical industries, and you will need to have a solid background within Assembly, ideally within an environment with a high regard to quality and working to strict standards. The product they produce are a mixture of electrical and mechanical so this wold best suit someone with a strong attention to detail and an aptitude to learn quickly.
Experience in low volume manufacturing environment would be best suited to this role. You will of course need to be computer literate and able to use computer programs able to enter data correctly
An Apprenticeship or HNC would be preferred but this may be negotiable depending on experience.
You must be happy to work on your own initiative, with a good work ethic and comfortable working in a small engineering team, with good written and verbal communication.So if this role would be of interest then click the apply button now or call Laura in our Havant office on 02392 453377 to discuss the role further.
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