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  • Vacancy – Production Technician – Braintree

  • Ryan Fairweather

    Member
    August 27, 2019 at 9:05 am

    Busy Sign making company based in Braintree Essex are looking to recruit an experienced Production Technician.
    This is a fantastic firm (in our humble opinion) offering a great working environment with a real family atmosphere.

    What we are looking for

    A good level of signage production gained within a similar environment.

    Hands on operative familiar with working to meet deadlines.

    Comfortable under pressure.

    Ability to use own initiative, a must have skill when working within a team.

    Sense of time management and reliable.

    Have some experience working with large format.

    We don’t expect everyone to have everything so please do apply regardless of the extent of your experience or operational skills.
    Attitude is everything to us and having the right attitude can sometimes go further than experience in our view.

    Your skills will be used to operate the following machinery

    AGFA wide format printers

    MIMAKI Digital printers

    Hot and cold laminators. Both roll to roll and table

    ZUND cutters

    Vinyl plotter operating and application.

    Your working hours
    This is a full-time position working Monday to Friday but you will need to be flexible to work outside of these hours when required.

    Job Type: Full-time Salary: depending on experience

    Apply to Ryan Fairweather (MD)
    ryan@revolutionsignslimited.com

  • Ryan Fairweather

    Member
    November 26, 2019 at 4:24 pm

    Not even one enquiry?

    🙁

  • Iain Pearson

    Member
    November 26, 2019 at 4:58 pm

    Post it on LinkedIn or Facebook, far more likely to get A response from someone more local

  • Ryan Fairweather

    Member
    November 27, 2019 at 12:57 pm
    quote Iain Pearson:

    Post it on LinkedIn or Facebook, far more likely to get A response from someone more local

    Covered all those usual bases Iain (apart from Facebook anyway as I hate it lol). I probably expected more of a response from a dedicated sign forum but like you said, local is most likely better.

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