£23'000 - £28'000 + Overtime + Sick Pay + Training + Pension + 33 Days Holiday
Excellent opportunity for a press break operator to join a company that will offer you long term stability, job security and a varied role.
Based in Bristol, this company specialises in high quality sheet metal fabrications. With growing contracts due to the high level of service they provide their customers they are now looking to add another skilled Press Brake Operator to their team.
The ideal candidate will have recent and relevant experience as a time served Press Brake Operator. Experience with CNC and NC read outs would also be beneficial.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a business where you will be treated as a valuable member of staff not just a number.
*Press Brake operating
*Working with Stainless Steel and Aluminium ranging in thickness from 0.9mm to 10.0mm
*Days based, Monday to Friday
*Time served Press Brake Operator
*Experience with CNC and NC read outs beneficial
*Live within 45 minutes of Brislington, Bristol
Reference Number: RTR64028
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This vacancy is being advertised by Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd. The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.
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- Sheet Metal
- Stainless Steel
- Brake Press Operator
- Edwards Pearson
- Press Brake Operator
- Press Break Operator
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