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Press Brake Operator

Posted 5 February by Kinetic PLC Easy Apply Ended
An opportunity for a Press Brake Operator to join a well established and very busy Sheffield firm. This is a long term position with the company looking to expand its workforce.

Our client is looking to appoint a Press Brake Operator to their busy team. The role is working predominantly on 0.8-3mm stainless steel, but other gauges and materials are also used. You will be working to engineering drawings and completing work to a high standard and a quality visual finish.

The ideal Press Brake Operator will have:

- an apprenticeship or time served experience in a similar role
- experience working with a CNC Press Brake
- experience working on an Amada Press Brake
- the ability to fit in and work within a team

The company are well established within Sheffield and work across a number of specialist sectors. Due to the acquisition of a large volume of new orders, in conjunction with their established customer base placing orders, they are looking to expand their team.

Alongside good rates of pay and the opportunity for overtime, they offer a good working environment and progression opportunities.

For immediate consideration as a Press Brake Operator please click 'apply now' or call Alistair at Kinetic for an informal chat.

Kinetic plc is a Recruitment Consultancy with over 30 years of experience of delivering staffing solutions to the engineering, manufacturing and technical industries. Kinetic plc treats all applications with a high degree of care, we review all submissions and will attempt to contact applicants who match the job profile. Those that do not meet the specification may not be contacted but their CV retained to be considered against future opportunities.

Required skills

  • press brake amada armada cnc operat program set sheet engineer

Reference: 34400695

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