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Smith & Reed - Wadebridge, Cornwall, South West, UK

Sewing Machinists are expected to work with both light and heavy/awkward materials at times, so must be comfortable with some heavy lifting d...


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Travail Employment Group (Wrexham) - Wrexham, Conwy County, Wales, UK

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Sewing machinist  

Staffline Careers - Bristol, Avon, South West, UK

Operate standard and specialised machines to sew, finish and repair garments and other textile, fabric, fur and skin products; Typical tasks Sewing Work careers... £18k - 20k per year

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Orbital Recruitment Limited - Ilkeston, Derbyshire, East Midlands, UK

Machining of company products/materials Able to work full time days or part time evenings Sewing careers... From £9.40 to £12.53 per hour

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NMC Recruitment Ltd - Warrington WA55, Cheshire, North West

Find out more about the daily tasks, overall responsibilities, and required experience for this opportunity by scrolling down now. sewing york... 9.10-9.10 hour

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Part Time Sewing Machinist - Shipley  

Jark - Bradford - Shipley, West Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire, UK

• The right candidate must have upholstery sewing... sewing clothes... £15 per hour

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The Recruitment Crowd (Yorkshire) Limited - Wakefield, West Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire, UK

This is an on going role and you will work Monday - Friday 6am - 2pm, £8.91 per hour, paid weekly. sewing home... £8.91 per hour

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Sewing Machinist  

Impact Recruitment Services - Northampton NN1, Northamptonshire, East Midlands

Working in an old fashioned building with up to date equipment and a fully kitted production room the team is looking to expand with the addition of a sewing machinist. Please make sure you read the following... sewing careers... 9.50-11.50 hour

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NMC Recruitment Ltd - Warrington, Cheshire, Cheshire, North West, UK

Our Client has immediate vacancies for experienced sewing machinists. We are keen to speak to anyone with Industrial Flatbed experience or Domestic sewing machine experience as training can be given. Rate... sewer... £9.10 per hour

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Sewing machinists - Halifax  

Jark - Bradford - Halifax, West Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire, UK

Due to growth they are now looking to recruit X2 sewing machinists for their busy upholstery department. sewing hull... £10 per hour

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Sewing Machinist  

The Recruitment Crowd (Yorkshire) Limited - Wakefield WF1, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber

A high number of candidates may make applications for this position, so make sure to send your CV and application through as soon as possible. sew... 8.91-8.91 hour

from: - 2 days ago

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First Military Recruitment - Uxbridge, London, South East, UK

To work as part of the team to assemble, cut and stitch all fabric and webbing parts required for Seat Assembly and survival aid containers. Location: Denham sewing machinist bognor regis 7.83... £20k - 22k per year + Benefits

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  • apprenticeship? Steve

    Son of a tailor, I’ve grown up among fabrics, threads and patterns. It wasn’t until later on in life, when my parents’ business had already closed down, that I finally took an interest in it, and now I’d like to dedicate myself to it. My dad insists that I can start as an apprentice, but I feel more inclined to maybe cutting my teeth in a big firm.

    • Jodie:

      Well it all depends on what you’re looking for, but I’d go for the apprenticeship option. You’ll be mentored and will get indications and guidelines that I don’t think they’ll be giving you in a big company.

      • Steve:

        I’m not sure Jodie, big companies also have their quality and standard levels, don’t you think?

        • Jodie:

          I’m sure they do, but they’d be more restricted to their particular objectives. I don’t know, it just feels like an apprenticeship would be more wholesome. It may be just my perception though.

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