• Permanent
  • Diss
  • £11.11 - 11.71 per hour USD / Year
  • £11.11 - 11.71 per hour

Technique Recruitment Solutions

Brazing Operative

Technique Recruitment Solutions are a specialist engineering recruitment agency based in Norfolk; we are proud to be working on behalf of our prestigious and world-known manufacturing client based in Diss. This client has a new permanent opportunity available in their workshop. The successful candidate will have previous experience reading and interpreting engineering drawings in a workshop environment and using hand/power tools. The company are able to offer in house training on the brazing 

• To become a certified brazer, through our ‘in house’ training and certification program.
• To produce a range of brass and stainless steel gas control products, to exacting quality standards.
• Play an active role in achieving departmental objectives
• Must be physically fit, as the role involves standing for long periods, and some manual handling.
• The ability to work to deadlines.

• Work as part of a team in the assembly of manifold systems and their associated pipework. You will be required to assemble and braze brass, copper, and stainless steel components free hand, using jigs and drawings in accordance with our standard operating procedures.
• Be competent in the safe use and operation of the Oxygen / Acetylene brazing bay.
• To build and test products under minimum supervision, in accordance with standard operating procedures.
• Assembly of a quality product, adopting a ‘right first time, on time’ approach; whilst maintaining the required level of quality and efficiency throughout the production run.
• Take a responsible attitude to health, safety, and the environment in relation to your own role, and that of your colleagues. Report any related issues to your supervisor, or EHS representative.

• Interpret and follow drawings, routings, bills of materials, process sheets, to accurately assemble products.
• Be able to use a range of equipment, such as hand tools, power tools, non-powered presses, automated and nonautomated machinery.
• Carry out all work tasks in accordance with established standard operating and safety procedures.
• Complete all tasks to the standard times, as defined within the routing.
• Perform ‘in process’ inspections of the product to ensure quality standards.
• Identify product defects and take appropriate action.
• Ensure Kanban or any other stock discrepancies are reported.
• Make a positive contribution in maintaining a workplace that is healthy, safe, tidy, and well organised; participation in ‘5S’ activities is mandatory and part of the role.
• Ensure that all equipment is used correctly and returned to its designated storage area on the completion of a job, in a clean and sound condition.
• Carry out any other tasks, that are reasonable and within your capability; as requested by your supervisor, or line manager.
• Attend and participate in any relevant training courses, toolbox talks or briefings that the Company consider to be of benefit to you, or the department.

The working hours for this role are Monday to Thursday 07.30 to 16.30 & Friday 07.30 to 13.30: basic working week = 40 hours. Pay rate starting £11.11 per hour increasing to £11.71 after training 

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