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Fabricator / Welder

SVR Power Ltd Auckland City / Nationwide Construction / Trades Paid position(Know your rights) NEG

SVR Power have an exciting opportunity for a welder/ fabricator engineer to join an established very busy, growing business. This is an ongoing- long term contract for the foreseeable future.

The job will need someone with leadership skills. A good all round knowledge of engineering industry, from working in the workshop to site installs.

Candidate must be able to:
Must be able to weld 2980 standard
MMA & Mig
Tig, Ali and S/S welding an advantage
Must be able to read detailed drawings
Must have good communication skills
Must be reliable
Must have full driving licence

There also could be some after hours work at times so must be flexible with doing some shift work when and if required.

If this sounds like a good fit, we would love to hear from you.
Tel: +44(0)1229 343791 / +44 (0)1229 480232
Mobile: +44(0)7547 979921 / +44(0)7842 773077
Email: lydia@svrpower.co.uk

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About SVR Established in 2013. We specialise in the supply of skilled staff. We supply tradespeople into a variety of sectors and we regularly recruit for roles such as , Carpenters, Welders, Scaffolders, Fitters, Engineers and Diesel mechanics. All current vacancies can be found on our website.

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