Apprentice Machinist/Assembler/Fitter

  • Kiddie of Southport
  • Southport, Sefton
  • £205.92 per week

• Assisting with production & manufacturing of shop fitting furniture and bespoke components. • Use of manual and power tools to cut, drill, shape and edge materials to high standard. • Backing off on edgebander, checking finish of products, manual handling of goods around the workshop. • Loading / unloading of company vehicles to prepare for site visits. • Possibly machinery such as the beam saw, edge bander, CNC and a range of assembly methods. • Quantity of time will be spent in the wood mill processing materials.

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  • GMFJ Reference
  • Wages
    £205.92 p/w
  • Hours
    39.00 per week
  • Date Posted
  • Start Date
  • Duration
    Not Specified

  • Location
  • Status
    Now Taking Applications
  • Sector
  • Opportunity Type
    Intermediate Level 2
  • Apprenticeship Standard
    Furniture manufacturer (ST0203)
  • Employer
    Kiddie of Southport


For more information about this vacancy please contact The Furniture Makers' Company on +44 20 7256 5558 (Ref ID: 241273)

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• Honest• Hardworking• Works well in a team• Punctual• Willing to learn

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