Great people make a great team which makes great work.
We are always interest in expanding our talented team.
What We Offer
Safe Gas Cylinders aim to ensure all employees are treated as equals regardless of age, gender or ethnicity.
Learn On The Job
Safe Gas cylinders believe in the ability to expand employee’s knowledge whilst working by providing addition training.
Engage With Like Minded People
Safe Gas Cylinders focuses on employing likeminded people who aim to work hard to the best of their ability.
Working Within A Positive Team Environment
Safe Gas Cylinders works towards a healthy and positive working environment.
What We Look For
Safe Gas Cylinders need employees to carry the correct skill set for the specific job required.
Safe Gas Cylinders believe initiative thinking is key as employees need to work independently as well as within a team.
Valid Qualifications Required
Safe Gas cylinders need to ensure all staff is fully qualified in the areas that their job role requires qualifications to be had.
Friendly And Outgoing
Staff need to have a warm and friendly nature. Employees must not be hesitant to socialise with customers or other employees.
Join The Team
Vacancies arise on occasion for experienced shot blasters to join our team. All work is undertaken in house in an automated recover room. You will be supplied with all the correct PPE including air fed helmet. Tanks and vessels due for processing are required to have all paint coatings removed prior to thorough inspection to expose any hidden corrosion. Sub straights are normally blasted to SA 2.5 and on occasion a surface profile is required to be met for compliance with paint coating specification. Experienced of screw shot recovery systems and pressure pot systems and valves(Hodge Clemco, Apollo ) would be an advantage along with experience of the environment you are expected to work in. The role will differ from site work but time served experience shot blasters with good knowledge of the industry and equipment will be at an advantage. A level of literacy will be essential in order to use surface profile gauges, record data and follow procedures.
Hours; 40 per week with shifts available to suit. Salary staring at £19k per annum, with possible overtime available. Candidates will be required to undertake a shot blasting test.
From time to time we have opportunities for experienced industrial pant sprayers to join our team. Where coatings cannot be mechanically applied to refurbished tanks, skilled sprayers are required to apply the coating. These can be a 2 or 3 coat system applied using 45:1 ratio Graco Merkur airless and airless air assisted spraying units. Familiarity with paint systems supplied by Jotun, Axalta Sherwin Williams – Leigh’s is advantageous. You will be required to maintain operation of the equipment and the spray booth with a focus on cleanliness and housekeeping. Experience of use and servicing of this equipment is advantageous.
All necessary PPE is provided thought the use of the latest air assisted spraying masks. You will not be required to work off site. The majority of the spray work is undertaken in our spray booths applied to tanks and large vessels. All surfaces are pre-treated by Shot blasting to SA2.5, to our customers’ requirements or our internal procedures. To meet specific paint application parameters you will need to have experienced in the use of paint thickness meters and climate parameter gauges and be diligent with the recording of the relevant data. You must be thorough with a focus on the quality of the finished product whilst being able to maintain a consistent output of work.
Hours; 40 per week with shifts available to suit. Salary staring at £21k per annum, with possible overtime available. Candidates will be required to undertake a spraying test
Vehicle Technician / Plant Fitter
A position has become available for an in-house Vehicle Technician/ Plant Fitter. The successful candidate will carry out diagnosis, repairs, maintenance and servicing to the highest standards and to the appropriate specification on a variety of plant machinery and HGV vehicles.
The role would include:
The complete servicing of all vehicles and plant machinery to the diagnosing of faults, recognising and reporting vehicle/component defects or symptoms of impending failure, the dismantling and reassembling of equipment using technical manuals and to provide preventative maintenance to avoid potential avoidable breakdowns.
To carry out a 6 weekly inspection schedule in line with VOSA guidelines and ensure that defects are completed in a timely cost effective manner.
What you’ll need:
You should have the ability to work well by yourself and within a team environment, possess appropriate City & Guilds or NVQ Motor Vehicle certificate Level 3 and have at least 2 years’ experience as a fully trained mechanic.
A full UK driving licence and a forklift truck counterbalance licence are required. A HGV licence would also be beneficial.
You must have experience working on both vehicles and plant machinery. We are looking for someone with a mechanical, hydraulic and electrical repair background.
This is a full time permanent position, 40 hours per week Monday to Friday 7.30 – 16.30pm
Hourly Rate: To be agreed
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