Carbon Filter Technician + Trainee Plastic Fabricator

  • Reporting to: CNC and General Operations Supervisor
  • Holiday: 25 days per full calendar year, increasing with length of service, plus public holidays
  • Location : Monmouth Scientific HQ, Bridgwater

Summary Of Duties

  • To assemble the correct size and type of Filter required which involves cutting the cloth material to size, adding the correct Carbon granules, operating a hot pneumatic press oven, fitting accessories if required and finally labelling and wrapping each product.
  • Pick items from the relevant parts list.
  • Learn how to weld a variety of plastics starting with the carbon filter cases required in the filter production process (Full training will be given).
  • Full training will be provided to teach the successful applicant on the production of carbon filters and in the role of plastic fabricator.
  • To monitor and maintain a stock of frequently used Carbon and all other generic parts.
  • To check off (stock) deliveries and assist with Stock Checks and ensuring that figures are accurate ongoing.
  • To work in a structured and tidy manner, with good organisational skills, keeping the relevant Production areas clean & tidy.
  • To replenish shelves as necessary and move stock if required.
  • To liaise with all other departments as required.
  • To assist Department with workload as required.
  • To have a good eye for neatness and detail and be able to neatly record all tests against the required test parameters.
  • To assist with ad hoc duties, when necessary, which may include, but not be limited to:
  • Local van collection and deliveries some Forklift driving (Forklift Training will be given if required but not essential)
  • To assist with (heavy) lifting tasks, once fully trained in correct manual handling techniques.
  • Basic machine operation. (Training will be given)
  • Read manufacturing drawings (Training will be given)

Essential Key Skills & Personal Specification (including but not limited to)

  • Attention to detail and ability to work with a good level of accuracy.
  • Good workload management skills, and ability to respond to changing priorities.
  • Ability to follow processes and quality-controlled standards of work, in line with Company procedures and guidelines.
  • Willingness to work flexibly, and ability to work under pressure and meet targets and deadlines, with minimal management supervision.
  • Demonstrate high personal standards and a ‘driven’ approach to work, willing to accept responsibility.
  • Representing Monmouth in a professional, well presented, and courteous manner at all times.
  • Adhering to all Health & Safety Policies issued by the Company at all times.

NB:   This Job Description is provided to assist the Employee in understanding the principal duties of the role.  It may, however, be amended from time to time by the HR Department as the job evolves, in consultation with the Employee, without any change to the level of responsibility or remuneration appropriate to the grading of the position.

Applying

To apply for the position of Service Engineer, please write a covering letter, enclosing your current CV and any other relevant supporting material to:

Kimberly Lock; Financial Controller
Monmouth Scientific Limited
Monmouth House, Peninsula Business Park, Bristol Road, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA64QB or by e-mail to:  [email protected]

Applicants who demonstrate competency in the key selection criteria and most closely match our requirements will be short-listed for a brief telephone Interview soon after the closing date.  If you are successful at this first stage, you will be invited to a more formal Interview.

All applications received by post, e-mail or delivered in person by this time will be acknowledged.

Monmouth cannot accept responsibility for late applications or those lost in the post or e-mail system.

Equal Opportunities

Monmouth Scientific Ltd is an Equal Opportunities employer, and positively encourages applications from those who meet our selection criteria from all areas of society.  We select candidates for interview based on their skills, qualifications and experience, and recruit individuals who we believe have the right mix of personality, talent and potential to succeed within our company.  We are committed to the fair treatment of our staff, existing and potential, regardless of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, responsibilities for dependants, age, physical / mental disability, reprimands, cautions, convictions, outstanding criminal proceedings, historical criminal records or other offending background.  We absolutely undertake, therefore, not to discriminate unfairly against applicants on any grounds.  Please ensure, however, that you have ‘entitlement and eligibility’ to work in the UK before applying, as it is unlawful to employ anyone who does not.

Information held by Monmouth complies with and is stored in accordance with the ‘General Data Protection Regulation 2018’.  By submitting your Application for this role, you agree to us sharing your data with relevant personnel for the purpose of this recruitment campaign, and thereby consent to any such details being used in line with this Regulation.

Candidates must understand that any offer of employment by Monmouth Scientific Ltd is subject to proof of the right to work in the UK, the receipt of references acceptable to the Company, the successful passing of a ‘DBS’ or ‘Security Clearance’ check if relevant to the position offered, and a satisfactory medical examination if required.

By submitting your Application, you understand that any intentional mis-statement or misleading information written as part of your Application or CV, or discussed during any subsequent interview, may render this Application and any subsequent Contract invalid, and you are therefore declaring that the information and facts contained in your Application and any accompanying support material submitted by you for this position are, to the best of your knowledge, true and complete.

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