Are you an experienced Upholstery Service Technician or Upholsterer in the Glasgow or Edinburgh area?Our client is looking for a talented Upholstery Service Technician to carry out professional furniture and upholstery repairs in customers’ homes. The Company Our client is the UKs leading furniture repair and restoration Company who restore furniture to factory standards at a fraction of the cost of a replacement. They work in partnership with many of the leading furniture manufacturers and retailers and are approved suppliers to major hotel and leisure groups throughout the UK. The RoleAs an Upholstery Service Technician you can choose to work as an employee of the company or on a self-employed basis. You will work from home and be flexible to travel as 2 day runs to Inverness will be required every 6/8 weeks. The Person The successful candidate must have experience working as an Upholsterer, Upholstery or Furniture Repair Technician. You will also need to have:
Good administrative, IT and organisational skillsAbility to work on own initiative Excellent personal presentationGreat people skills
Salary & Rewards As a Upholstery Service Technician you will receive:
Salary of £21,000 and £23,000 per annum, dependent on skills and experience. Potential to earn bonuses Company van and fuel cardUniformMobile phoneTablet PC
If you want to be part of a team that puts customer experience to the forefront and you have a passion for furniture repair then please apply today.How to Apply Please note that Hot Recruitment Consultants t/a eRecruitSmart is a Recruitment Agent and not a direct employer. Your CV will be sent to the Hiring Manager at the company who is responsible for the vacancy that you have applied to. Please only apply if you consent to these terms. You must have eligibility to work in the UK. Please note, only suitable applicants will be contacted. If your address and contact details are not on your CV, you will not be considered. We look forward to hearing from you!
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REFERENCE: TSLBG1300LOCATION: Musselburgh JOB TITLE: Production Planner / Manufacturing Engineer (CNC)WORKING HOURS: Full time (Monday – Thursday 7:45 – 4:30 & Friday 7-12) + 34 days annual leave SALARY: Up to £25,000THE COMPANY: Our client has been serving the Aviation industry for over a century, the name of the business has been synonymous with the highest quality in metal processing. Today, this reputation is maintained through a blend of specialised technology together with hard-won skills of dedicated craftsmen. Throughout the last century, they have kept pace with innovation, updated equipment, introduced new machines and manufacturing techniques and so has retained its reputation for excellence. Success in the stringent aerospace and defence markets demands a regime where the most exacting production quality standards attainable are imposed.THE ROLE: Working as a Production Planner / Manufacturing Engineer (CNC) based in Musselburgh you will be required to work as part of a team to generate production schedules and communicate these plans across the business to stakeholders within; Supply Chain, Operations, Sales, Quality and Manufacturing. You will also be comfortable and confident dealing with customers, suppliers and internal staff.Key responsibilities for the Production Planner / Manufacturing Engineer role: Develop production plan based on Customer demand.Communicate the production plan.Monitor performance against the production plan.Expedite material shortages.Manage customer orders.Amend Production Plans where necessary.Contribute to LEAN and continuous improvement activitiesTHE CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate for the Production Planner / Manufacturing Engineer (CNC) based in Musselburgh will have a good understanding of engineering drawings and CNC machining processes (turning, milling, grinding) and conventional processes with respect to cycle times, tooling selection, machine limitations etc. You will also have practical experience of scheduling/planning of work in a similar, CNC machining environment.Key experience essential for the Production Planner / Manufacturing Engineer role:Ability to work from detail engineering drawings and schematicsAbility to work from written and verbal instructionsCompetent computer skills including MS-officeAbility to work independently and as part of a teamGood communication and reporting skills Does this sound like you? If yes, then please hit the “Apply Now” button. You will then be sent to an online questionnaire to further support your CV. We will be in touch within 7-10 days to make you aware of the next steps.
A Global aerospace manufacturing company based in West Lothian are seeking a seasoned Metallurgist to join the technical team. For the correct candidate they can offer career progression to management level, stability, excellent rates of pay and the opportunity to work in the exciting Aerospace sector.
As the Metallurgist you will have a unique opportunity to engage and work on behalf of customers such as Rolls Royce, Airbus, GE and Pratt and Whitney (to name just a few), all leading aerospace companies at the cutting edge of materials application in aerospace. This is a fantastic role that would suit a candidate with genuine career aspirations and who is motivated to become the metallurgical expert in the business and move towards a management role 2-3 year down the line.
As the Metallurgist your duties will be to:
Investigate production failures.Administer raw material selection through to final shipment.Technical responsibility for annual shipments of company products.Coordinate the issuing of validation / qualification cut up report to customers.
To be a successful Metallurgist you will have the following skills and experience:
Degree in Metallurgy or Materials Science / Engineering.Experience of Heat Treatment, Forging and properties of a wide range of steels, nickel base super alloys, titanium alloys and other alloys.Sound computer knowledge.Knowledge of Manufacturing Planning System, Quality System, and Accounts in order to liaise with Production Personnel.Good communication/interpersonal skills and proven team player.
The role is Monday to Friday and a standard 37.5 hours per week. Due to location, commuting links for Glasgow, Edinburgh (M8 corridor) and beyond are great.
In return the Metallurgist will receive a salary of up to £42,000 per annum depending on experience plus many benefits such as holidays start at 33 days per year (including stats) rising to 35 after 5 years’ service, a stakeholder pension scheme matching up to 10% of employee contribution and a discretionary bonus paid quarterly if targets are achieved.The first stage of the application process is to apply online.
Due to a period of successful and sustained growth, a worldwide supplier of engineered products in West Lothian has a new vacancy for a Controls Engineer to join the team. On offer is a Monday to Friday 37.5 hour working week, a starting salary of up to £48,000 DOE. Holidays start at 33 days per year (including stats) rising to 35 after 5 years’ service. Pension – stakeholder with Standard Life – currently minimum 5% employee contribution with employer matching up to 10%. Also, a quarterly discretionary bonus if targets achieved. The primary focus is to maintain the current control platforms, assist in project conceptual designs, detail engineering, procurement, construction, and pre-operational testing as well as commissioning and start-up within a heavy engineering environment. As the Controls Engineer, the role will see you working in a heavy engineering environment. Your responsibilities will include:
Design and troubleshoot process control systems.Engineer, design and test electrical, instrumentation and automation systems associated with industrial manufacturing plants.PLC/HMI hardware/software design, programming, and troubleshooting.Develop and engineer electrical schematics, wiring diagrams and PLC logic.Design and implement process network infrastructure (Ethernet, Device Net, Control Net, etc.).Interface and communicate with vendors, process engineering, installation contractors and project management.Specify and procure controls hardware and field instrumentation.Database programming skills a plus. (SCADA)Compliance and enforcement of company, safety, environmental, government policies and regulations as they apply.Understand and assist in the application of company safety procedures, Lockout-Tag out and Arc Flash.High voltage authorised a person.
The successful Controls Engineer will have the following skills and experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in electrical engineering (Preferred)Experience in the electrical and engineering field, ideally in manufacturing.Demonstrated Control Systems competencyExperience in hydraulics, PLC controls (Allen Bradley)Well versed in Microsoft office programs and SQL Database knowledge preferred
In return, you will receive a starting salary of up to £48,000 DOE. Holidays start at 33 days per year (including stats) rising to 35 after 5 years’ service. Pension – stakeholder with Standard Life – currently minimum 5% employee contribution with employer matching up to 10%. An annual Bonus – discretionary bonus paid quarterly if targets achieved, so will vary. This is a stable employment opportunity as the employer has a very good order book for 2018, 2019 and beyond. This role presents as an excellent engineering career opportunity to further enhance knowledge and your manufacturing skills in a highly interesting and vibrant sector. Please apply online immediately for your CV to be considered for this excellent role. The first stage of the application process is to apply online.