NEW: Welder (Temp to Perm position based at Smethwick)
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
To assemble, build and test any product or component both with, and without the aid of a drawing.
To execute the shop floor build schedule in a timely and productive manner.
To operate all manual equipment required to complete any aspect of the role within the set environment.
To build products and parts to the required standard and identify any variances in quality so that the necessary corrections are implemented.
To take responsibility for identified manufactured and purchased KanBan parts (80’s) within your cell that require replenishment and take the appropriate actions as identified in the material KanBan process.
Control and assist with the movements of all materials within your area / cell.
To ensure that nothing gets made without a KanBan trigger notification or works order.
To take instructions from the Cell Leader, Assembly Manager, the Industrial Engineer or the Planner for the area.
To highlight any problems and work with the necessary people to implement short and long term solutions for cell assumingly and plant/factory operations.
Be prepared to undertake and maintain required certification for tasks such as all welding, fork lift truck and Crane operation, all appropriate verification works etc.
To continuously strive to identify improvements and any efficiency savings that will make the cell more productive and affective.
To ensure that Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) standards are maintained to the highest quality of execution and that all policy, procedures and best practises are adhered to at all times.
To work effectively as part of the team, with all members of that team.
To openly participate in any ITW toolbox initiatives, projects or improvement tasks with a flexible and adaptable approach.
To observe and comply with all Company policies including but not limited to Health and Safety, Ethics, Conduct and all policies and appendices within the Contract of Employment.
Any other duties deemed appropriate within the scope of the role and in line with skills and experience.
A positive and enthusiastic team member with a ‘can do’ attitude, who feels equally confident working independently
Possess enthusiasm to learn, continually improve and use your knowledge to help others
Be process conscious with confidence to challenge existing practices to improve efficiency
Have a strong focus on high quality service delivery with a natural desire to meet and exceed expectations
Ability to undertake various manual works/tasks within the full remit of the role
Possess a good industrial knowledge relevant to best practice of all manual activities and tasks, with training & development support where required
The ability to network and interact in professional working relationships with people at all levels
Remains calm and focused when working in a pressurised environment
Minimum of 3 GCSE’s (or equivalent) at grade C or above including English and Mathematics.
1-3 years prior experience of MIG welding of large mild steel fabrications in a production environment, with the ability to read and understand engineering drawings. Holding or have previously held a coded welder accreditation would be an advantage.
Strategically Positions Business to Win in Markets
Contributes to the strategic direction of the business
Basic understanding of the enterprise, functional, and divisional strategies
Understands how his/her role contributes to business success
Knows when and how to escalate issues to appropriate parties
Completes projects effectively, efficiently, and within budget
Works collaboratively and partners well with others
Communicates with clarity and respect for teammates
Critically reviews processes to identify opportunities for improvement
Develops and Manages Talent
Seeks development, mentoring, and training from managers and more senior employees
Shares skills and knowledge with teammates
Maintains good working relationships through demonstration of appropriate interpersonal skills
Helpful and supportive in team interactions
Motivates others to work hard through their own example
Learns from mistakes and open to feedback
Understands the importance of self-awareness and seeks to understand his/her strengths and weaknesses
Displays personal composure under pressure
Acts ethically and with integrity in all dealings
Holds self and others accountable for living the ITW culture and values
Make an Application
To apply and be considered for this position, applicants should email their CV and accompanying covering letter to the HR Recruitment Team, at [email protected]
All applications will be fully considered, however please note that due to the number of applications we receive we will only be able to contact you should your application meet the pre-requisite requirements for the role, as noted above.
Avery Weigh-Tronix is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
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