Electronic Assembler/Production Operative - Nelson

Electronic Assembler/Production Operative - Nelson


Electronic Assembler/Production Operative - Nelson

Details of the offer

Electronic Assembler We are looking for experienced electronic assemblers to work in a busy factory in Nelson. Our client is a leading designer and manufacturer on the international scale. The main duties will include: * Assembling small components using hand tools and power tools; * Packing; * Quality checks and following company standards; * Ability to read and follow instruction in English; * Maintaining safe, secure, and clean working environment. Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 5:00pm and Friday 8.00am to 4.30pm. The rate of pay for the role is £8.21 per hour . Overtimes available. The successful candidate will have a good attention to details and previous experience in assembly or electronic sector. Please note this is a temporary ongoing position with possibility to go permanent - based on attendance, work ethic and attitude towards work. Please submit your CV to apply. SupplyB

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