Press Brake Operator

Posted 3 November by Kelly Services
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Are you an experienced Press Brake Operator? Are you looking for work life balance with Fridays off? If so, then this role could be perfect for you!

We are representing a well-established company that has been operating in the Coventry area for over 90 years and are seeking an experienced Press Brake Operator to join their team based just outside of Coventry city centre.


  • Salary: £11.50 - £12.50hr DOE
  • 4 day working week - NO FRIDAYS!
  • Weekly pay - 30 hour week
  • Holiday: 30 Days annual leave (Inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Auto-enrolment pension scheme
  • Free onsite parking
  • Relaxed working environment

Responsibilities include:

  • Follow engineering drawings.
  • Carry out duties as outlined by the management team.
  • Experienced in working to tight tolerances.
  • Able to follow written instructions.
  • Opportunity to build upon your skill set with on site MIG Welding training available.
  • Able to work as part of a team and by yourself.

Key requirements:

  • Previous experience as a press break operator
  • Be self-motivated and proactive.
  • Ability to follow engineering drawings.
  • Organised and ability to multi-task.
  • Open to MIG Welding training (not essential)

If you are interested, please apply today!

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Reference: 51310758

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