Experienced TIG & MIG Welder

The On-Site Group are looking for an experienced MIG & TIG Welder for one of our clients in East Grinstead.

The role
To assemble and weld hygienic tube heat exchangers in stainless steels using the orbital and manual TIG welding, tube diameters will be 3/8” x 22 SWG and 5/8” x 16 SWG, all polished, working to tight dimensional and finishing tolerances, accuracy and finish is very important as all our products are for Scientific and research applications. It is essential that the applicant can read and understand engineering drawings and communicate effectively with the other members of the team to achieve a culture of safety, quality, and continuous improvement. Experience essential Using a Orbiweld OW 38S Enclosed Weld Head Machine. We will expect to carry out a trade test before making a job offer and to inspect and qualifications that you have.

The person
You must be able to read and work from engineering drawings and able to work on your own initiative, you should also be able to work in a busy workshop environment and do some lifting as required. Ideally experienced in high quality welding in either the food and pharmaceutical industry or vacuum and research sectors, although applicants that show they have an eye for quality and attention to detail will be well considered. Overalls, safety equipment and general tools will be supplied but we will be looking for someone who has a working set of hand tools. You must be confident enough to inspect the job as it arrives at your work station before you start the job to ensure that it can be finished to our standards.

The conditions
A clean working environment working 39-hour week, (we are running a trial of completing the 39 hours in 4 days). Free on-site parking, basic works canteen with tea/coffee facilities. Rates of pay to be discussed during the initial interview process and agreed upon a successful application, please apply in writing.

If this is of interest to you, please apply with your CV.

Temporary to Permanent role.

The role
To assemble and weld sheet-metal and light structures using MIG or TIG welding processes, materials will range from Mild steel to stainless steels and aluminium in gauges ranging from 0.5mm to 6mm working to tight dimensional and finishing tolerances. Accuracy and finish is very important as most of our products are for Scientific and research applications. The job will also compose of some finishing work to prepare the workpiece for a range of finishing from painting to anodising and electroplating. It is essential that the applicant can read and understand engineering drawings and communicate effectively with the other members of the team to achieve a culture of safety, quality and continuous improvement. We will expect to carry out a trade test before making a job offer and also to inspect and qualifications that you have.

The person
You must be able to read and work from engineering drawings and able to work on your own initiative, you should also be able to work in a busy workshop environment and do some lifting as required. Ideally experienced in high quality welding in either the food and pharmaceutical industry or vacuum and research sectors, although applicants that show they have an eye for quality and attention to detail will be well considered. Overalls, safety equipment and general tools will be supplied but we will be looking for someone who has a working set of hand tools. You must be confident enough to inspect the job as it arrives at your work station before you start the job to ensure that it can be finished to our standards.

The conditions
A clean working environment working 39 hour, ( we are running a trial of completing the 39 hours in 4 days). Free on-site parking, basic works canteen with tea/coffee facilities.

Rates of pay to be discussed during the initial interview process and agreed upon a successful application, please apply in writing
Posted
01/14/2022
Location
Crawley, United Kingdom, gb
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