About the job

Assembly / Production Operatives Required in Skelmersdale - Positions are available asap 

 

Duties: you will be required to work anywhere within the production environment. This will require you to attain a number of key skills related to the assembly of electronic equipment (electronic assembly, soldering processes, cable harness, assembly manufacture).

Position: Assembly Operative

Hours: 7:30am-5:15pm

Position: Full Time Monday - Friday

Pay:  standard rate £8.91ph, overtime rate £13.37

Our busy client in Skelmersdale is looking for candidates with experience in Assembly, Soldering or Electronics to join their team!

Company is  located in Skelmersdale (Lancashire) in North West England. Their expertise is in the design, development and manufacture of current probes, clamp meters, handheld instruments and systems for current and voltage measurement, as well as measurement and processing of electrical parameters. Sales and engineering team has a very strong technical background with 30 years experience in sensing technologies, applications and products. Their key markets are Automotive, Electrical Utilities eg,Power Quality and Test & Measurement.

 

Experience is not essential as full training will be provided. All candidates with a solid work history in the past 18 months are encouraged to apply.

Successful candidates must have good timekeeping, attendance and attitude and be able to work efficiently as part of a team.


If you are available for an immediate start please apply with a copy of your CV now or call 0151 317 4924

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