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Extra Personnel - Blackburn, Lancashire, North West, UK

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Assembly Fitter  

Cordant People - Evesham, Worcestershire, West Midlands, UK

factory floor. You will be involved mainly with assembly type tasks. On Assembly Fitter Assembly Work careers... Up to £8.92 per hour

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Assembly Fitter  

E3 Recruitment - York, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire, UK (+2 locations)

An Assembly Fitter working Monday to Friday, 40 hrs a week, OT paid at 1.5 and double time on a Sunday. (You can do as little or as much like). £22- 25K a year plus may go perm for the right person. Assembly careers... £22000.00 - £25000.00 per annum + plus OT

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Assembly operative  

Jark - Worcester - ENG, GB

We are looking to recruit 2 assembly operatives for our client based in EveshamGood levels of attention to detail are required full training given in assembly of productsBench style friendly working environmentHour... assembly operative jobs...

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Machine/Assembly Ops  

Pertemps Banbury Commercial - Banbury, Oxfordshire, South East, UK

Previous production expereince is required. assembler... £9 per hour

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Assembly Fitter - Corby  

Barker Ross Group - Northampton, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, UK (+1 location)

The role requires preparation of parts for assembly. Assembly of sub-components and then sub-assemblies to complete the build of the finished product. Working hours: £11.50 per hour work assembly operative... Up to £11.50 per hour

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from: (+2 sources) - 3 days ago

Assembly Operative  

Ambitek Limited - ENG, GB

The firm have excellent clean, modern facilities and can offer a exciting long term role. assembly in Walsall...

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Contract Electronics Assembly Technician  

Premier Engineering - Hereford and Worcester, West Midlands, UK (+1 location)

An opportunity has opened for a Contract Electronic Assembly Technician to join a manufacturing company in Herefordshire. The ideal candidate will have excellent PCB Assembly experience as well as Electro... assembly operative in Sheffield... £11 - £12 per hour

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from: (+1 source) - 4 days ago

Assembly Technician  

Farnborough, Hampshire, Hampshire, South East, UK

A leading Defence company based in Basingstoke are seeking an Assembly Technician on a 6 Month Contract basis. As a skilled Assembly Technician, you will be part of a busy and fast paced team working on... assembly operative in Manchester... £25000 - £31000 per annum

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from: (+1 source) - 3 days ago

Assembly Operative  

Orbital Recruitment Limited - ENG, GB

Will be assembling modular racking systems to be fitted inside of mobile work vans. assembly operative in Warrington...

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assembly operative  

People Solutions - Hinckley, Leicestershire, East Midlands, UK

We are currently looking for General Assembly Operatives to start this Monday 26th. Job Description: assembly operative in Leicestershire... £8.72 - 8.72 per hour

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  • Assembly Chris

    What can I expect from an assembly job? Is it as dull as people say? I have no college education and I’m desperate to find work.

    • Neil:

      It’s not the most dynamic of jobs, but it’s not as bad as it used to be in the old days. If you don’t have a uni degree or a course of some sort, it’s a feasible option. Plus you can take a course while working and get a different job with time if you’d like to try something different in the end.

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