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Forces Recruitment Services
Redditch, Worcestershire, England

Description: his company are looking for a full time (8am - 16.30pm x 5 days a week operator in Redditch Manufacturing Company. Job entails working with rolling mills, slitting, (shearing) machines, operating furnaces in a busy factory environment. The Company appreciates this is a niche industry so therefore full and comprehensive training would be given to the right candidate. Rate From £10 - £12 per hour depending on experience, and completion of our MGTS Testing (

Forces Recruitment Services
Birmingham, West Midlands, England

Description: Our client, who has a well-established line maintenance base around the UK, and also handles a wide range of customer airlines and aircraft types, is seeking a number of B1 Licensed Engineers. The B1 Licenced Engineers are to carry out or supervise inspections, maintenance, testing and checks according to the rules and procedures, in order to release aircraft into service. The B1 Licensed Engineers will carry out Line Maintenance duties on a variety of aircraft and engine types (A320 and B737CL/NG) and be able to show details of all approvals and a copy of their EASA Part-66 License. Applications from ex-military personnel (Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and British Army) with suitably transferable skills and experience are strongly encouraged.

Forces Recruitment Services
Birmingham, West Midlands, England

Description: Training is provided for all the below and can be paced to suit candidates abilities. A list of what the Heat Treatment Operator is responsible for includes: Using/operating furnaces under supervision of senior members of staff Use of job card system, understanding, following quality details, choosing correct process routes and documenting equipment, use on job card/route card Making up loads, using relevant jigging and fixtures dependent on size/shape/geometry/orientation of customers work to enable efficient/effective use maximising furnace capacity Putting loads (made up as above) into the furnace and activating process parameteres. (Time and Temperature). This applies to tempering furnaces also Cleaning - mainly work area but also production - related equipment Basic bulk work testing - Testing Work (with hardness testers) that has been processed to ensure it has reacted as expected and meets customer specifications Finishing, ensuring completed work is clean/p


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