Pattern/Model Maker | Maidstone Kent | Full Time | £29,000 - £31,000pa plus overtime
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Are you looking to join a rapidly expanding and diverse engineering company to further vary and progress your career?
This is a great opportunity to be part of a team that's all about exceeding customer expectations.
Our client is a fast growing, diverse and successful engineering company with a full order book of projects throughout sectors such as Automotive, Aerospace, Packaging and Foundry Pattern making.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join an ever-growing company with business within such a variety of sectors and demands.
Are you the right person for the job?
You will have hands-on mechanical engineering experience and be happy to apply this to working with a number of different materials such as steel, aluminium, model board, plywood and other sheet materials as well as timber and GRP (fibreglass)
Experience in Model Making/Building, Carpentry/Joinery would also be considered and on-site training in any skills not already obtained would be offered
You will have experience and competence working with wood and metal working machines and hand tools
You will have a good understanding of engineering practices such as reading engineering drawings, understanding dimensions, working to tight tolerances and high-quality finishes with health and safety always in mind
Computer literacy would be a benefit for viewing assembly files and CAD models but not essential.
What will your role as a Pattern/Model Maker look like?
You will be expected to work closely with the design team, painters/finishers, inspection and project management team to understand project requirements and be prepared to have a varied yet fulfilled workload due to the diverse nature of our business
You will report to the Workshop Manager
There are often instances where you will be required to work off-site to install and commission work, which sometimes involves working overseas
Overtime is offered at 1.66 x and there is the expectation for additional hours to be worked at busy times during the production of show models and tight timescale projects
38 hours per week as standard
Predominantly workshop based
What can you expect in return?
Up to 26 days a year of annual leave
The company will also welcome the potential for development and progression with on-site training available
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