Technical & Engineering JobsStainless Steel Fabricator- Sligo

  • SJ50923
  • Permanent
  • Sligo

Collins McNicholas

Our client, an Engineering company based in Sligo, is looking to hire a Stainless Steel Fabricator.

Responsibilities: 

  • TIG welding of stainless steel to high tolerances within the allocated budget hours
  • Assembly of product within the allocated budget hours
  • Interpreting 3D SolidWorks drawings
  • Conducting personal quality checks to ensure product meets with customer specification & expectation
  • Skilled operation of fabrication hand tools (welder/drill/grinder) to ensure a high quality finish is achieved
  • Make a positive contribution to maintaining a workplace that is safe & tidy at all times
  • Shift from fabrication to final assembly as and when required to ensure schedule adherence
  • Assisting in site installations at Customer premises
  • Liaising with support Departments to achieve operational efficiency

Requirements: 

  • Previous experience in the food industry an advantage
  • Must be proficient at TIG welding
  • Must be proficient in the operation of fabrication hand tools (welder/drill/grinder)
  • Ability to read 3D SolidWorks drawings essential
  • Awareness of budgets and the impact of breaching same
  • Must be able to work well on your own or as part of a team using your own initiative and solve problems as they arise
  • Must be highly motivated and flexible with a ‘can do’ attitude
  • A good eye with a high attention to detail
  • FLT experience an advantage
  • Safe Pass ticket
  • Manual Handling ticket
  • Abrasive Wheel ticket

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Mark Whelan.

mark.whelan@collinsmcnicholas.ie

071-9142411

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