Nationwide Fencing Services, supply and install both permanent and temporary fencing systems throughout the UK, including gates, steel palisade, mesh, acoustic and various timber options.
Key responsibilities for the role:
- Must be able to complete an apprenticeship standard in fabrication and welding.
- Work safely at all times complying with health and safety legislation, regulations, organisational and environmental requirements.
- Plan and prepare for the METAL fabrication activities before commencing work.
- Check materials conform to the specified grades, dimensions and thicknesses identified on detailed engineering drawings.
- Use the correct methods for the moving and handling resources and materials.
- Set up, check AND adjust the equipment for use in the safe and reliable fabrication of METAL products or components and maintaining the equipment in a reliable and safe condition throughout.
- Involvement with warehousing, storage of the work premises.
- Fencing component storage and repair, gates, railings temporary fencing.
- Interpret technical drawings, patterns, templates and specifications to mark out, produce and assemble complex fabricated products to meet the required specification and quality requirements.
- Use appropriate tools, equipment and techniques to shape and form (HOT or COLD) metal materials, demonstrating and applying knowledge of material properties and characteristics throughout.
- Monitor resources and activities throughout the fabrication of products or components, identifying areas for improving the production process where possible.
- Cutting, drilling, shaping and preparing METAL materials during fabrication activities using manual and power tools, thermal and laser cutting, as required calculating dimensions and tolerances using knowledge of mathematics and instruments/equipment.
- Operate appropriate tools and equipment to join metal parts using a range of mechanical fasteners and fixing techniques required by the specifications appropriate to the fabrication activity being carried out and in accordance with approved joining procedures and quality requirements.
- Operate thermal joining equipment to join metal parts using a range of appropriate techniques to the standards required by the specifications for the fabrication activity being carried out.
- Inspect and test joins for security against required standard.
- Carry out quality checks on component parts and completed assemblies.
- Deal with problems that occur within the fabrication activity in line with responsibilities of the role.
- Restore the work area and equipment to a safe and reliable condition on completion of the activity.
- Complete documentation at the appropriate stages of the work activity.
Key skills to be successful in your application are:
- Qualifications required/predicted Maths and English at grade 4/C or equivalent level 2
- The ability to take instruction
- Maths and English to a minimum understanding / competence / ability to be able to understand diagrams and product design drawings.
- Enthusiasm in abundance
- Able to work as part of a team.
- Good timekeeper
- Personable, responsible, proud and can demonstrate resilience
Location: Woodward Road Site
Contracted hours: 8am - 4.30pm
Hourly rate of pay: NMW
Closing date: 31 January, 2022
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