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Metalwork Operator

Music makes life better, and Linn have been making the world’s best music systems for over 45 years. We are a global Scottish luxury brand, from our legendary turntables to our industry-leading network music players, everything’s designed, made and signed with pride in our custom-built facility just outside Glasgow.

At Linn, everyone makes a difference, so we’re committed to recruiting the best talent around. We’ve found that once people join Linn, they stick around. That’s because we’re passionate about developing our people and providing opportunities for everyone to learn and grow.

Due to continued success, exciting opportunities have arisen for Metalwork Operators to join our highly skilled Metalwork team.

Purpose of Role:

Work within our busy Metalwork department, producing parts that are used during assembly of our hi-fi equipment.

Responsibilities:

Join our busy Metalwork Manufacturing team in the Production area of our facility in Waterfoot, where we manufacture our market leading hi-fi equipment.

The metalwork department has a sheet metal shop with equipment including auto punch, press brake, powder coating and printing, we also have a CNC shop with multi-axis milling and turning machines. We have invested heavily over the last few years, so equipment is typically latest model, high specification with automation, latest tooling, etc and the working environment is very good.

Our metalwork operators are flexible, covering different machines and processes as required due to order mix.

Essential Skills and Experience:

  • Experience working with either sheet metal processing equipment such as auto punch, press brake, powder coating and printing and / or CNC equipment such as 3 and 5 axis milling machines and multi axis lathes.
  • Attention to detail and ability to follow work instructions to ensure consistency and high right first time achievement.
  • Ability to work to drawings and an understanding of inspection techniques and quality requirements.
  • Flexibility to operate different equipment, pick up new skills and work autonomously as required.
  • You must be computer literate, ideally with experience of accessing MRP systems.
  • We operate in a continuous improvement environment where problem solving and mistake proofing are continuously applied. You will be expected to contribute fully to this way of working.
  • We want to add team members who are just as passionate about what they do and take as much pride in their work as our current team members.

Working Patterns:

  • We operate with either a day shift or double day shift (early shift / back shift, switching weekly), depending on workload in a particular area.

In Return:

As well as a competitive salary and opportunities for career progression we also offer some fantastic benefits such as:

  • 32 days annual holidays
  • Holiday purchase scheme
  • Company pension
  • Shift allowance (when appropriate)
  • Life Assurance
  • Online GP
  • Health Assured Employee Assistance Programme
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Health Working Lives awarded employer
  • Health Living awarded canteen
  • Onsite gym and sauna
  • Online exercise classes
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Generous staff discount
  • Perkbox freebies and discounts

If you are interested in applying for this role then please email us at recruitment@linn.co.uk telling us why you want to work for Linn, along with your CV and salary expectations.

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