The JSW Group are constantly looking for experienced people to join their ever expanding team. If you feel you have the relevant experience, along with a passion for the industry and would like to work for the UK market leader in historic and classic vehicle restoration, please click on one of the various company links below to see what vacancies are currently available. All our positions offer good rates of pay and company benefits.
We are looking to recruit an experienced Fabricator to join our highly skilled team in our Coachworks division. In the role you will produce organic shapes and welded assemblies in aluminium and steel to a high level of quality: accurate to technical specification and authentic to original appearance. Previous experience of sheet metal wrk is essential and panel shape work would be an advantage. The role will provide excellent opportunities to train and develop these skills for the right candidate.
Responsibilities will include:
- Read and understand technical drawing and specification sheets
- Accurate measurement of components and final products
- Correctly marking out from dimensions provided
- Cutting materials by hand, plasma and and disc cutting etc
- Folding and bending
- Box and panel work
- High quality welding of specified materials using MIG, TIG and Gas applications
- dressing of finished product by grinding or sanding
The successful candidate will have strong IT skills and be able to communicate effectively with engineering colleagues, customers and suppliers. Previous experience in a parts department role, preferably within an automotive company is desirable. Previous knowledge of Sage would also be and advantage but full training can be given.
This role will be perfect for someone who is flexible and keen to learn a variety of tasks. It may also suit a trainee with a passion for historic cars.
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To apply or for more information please contact Claire cunningham
Telephone: +44(0) 2392 254488