Paint Prepper (4 Vacancies)

  • Surrey
  • Based on shift
  • Contract Full Time
Key Responsibilities
  • Undertake the exterior prepping of vehicles for paint & polish using the correct materials and tools
  • Understand and follow detailed work instructions relating to the painting of vehicles
  • Ensure that all station operations on each vehicle are completed to the required quality standard
  • Ensure that all operations are completed to the required timescale
  • Work as part of a team on the definition and solution of problems that may be affecting the quality, cost or productivity of the vehicles being produced
  • Participate in continuous improvement activities as requested
  • Inspect finished vehicles to ensure no defects, perfect finish every time
  • The candidate should be confident using all the necessary tools and materials, have experience with or be happy with working in a modern OEM.
  • Ensure there are no defects on work produced
  • Adhere to all requirements for hazardous or non-hazardous waste disposal
Knowledge, skills & experience:
  • Experience of working within an automotive environment would be an advantage.
  • Prior experience of working to timescales would be advantageous
  • Prior experience of Quality focused with meticulous attention to detail would be an advantage
  • Prior experience of working with Carbon Fibre materials would be an advantage
  • Ability to follow processes set in place
  • Undertake the exterior polishing of vehicles using the correct materials and tools would be an advantage
  • Prior experience with Inspecting finished vehicles to ensure no defects, perfect finish every time
  • Prior experience of flattening, polishing, and touching up is desirable
  • Prior experience of maintaining and cleaning equipment is an advantage
  • Prior experience on ensuring there are no defects on work produced is an advantage
Personal attributes:
  • An excellent team player who both supports and challenges where appropriate in a constructive manner.
  • Resilient and confident.
  • Thrives in a fast-paced high-pressured environment.
  • Results focused and actively seeks to measure their performance and impact on the business.
  • The candidate must be enthusiastic, self-motivated

Salary rate according to shift – Early shift: £17.60p/h PAYE, or £23.20p/h Umbrella. Late shift: £20.00p/h PAYE, or £26.37p/h Umbrella

Apply for this Role

    Similar Roles

    Rework Technician – Night Shift (10pm-6am) Sunday-Thursday (4 Vacancies)

    • Surrey
    • £27.93p/h PAYE or £36.82p/h Umbrella
    • Contract Full Time
    Key Responsibilities
    • Working closely with the members of the Offline Vehicle Team to diagnose and repair high-quality production vehicles – this could include mechanical (up to and including powertrain removals), electrical and body panel removal refit.
    • Co-ordinate personal vehicle reworks in an effective and intelligent manner.
    • Manage conflicting priorities within tight deadlines to meet overall objectives.
    • Develop a good working relationship with members of the core team to ensure effective problem resolution and efficient communication of technical issues.
    • Completely and accurately manage documentation for robust record keeping and sign off.
    • Deliver vehicles to the production centre at the highest quality of mechanical and aesthetical standards.
    • Ensure best working practices in regard to Health and Safety.
    • Have a flexible approach to working within the wider team and be willing to perform additional workshop-based duties when required.
    Knowledge, skills & experience:
    • Level 3 Motor Vehicle Qualified, or relevant experience are both advantageous and preferred.
    • Extensive vehicle build experience, from whole-vehicle down to component level
    • A comprehensive knowledge of vehicle architecture and a competent knowledge base in the safe use and operation of supporting automotive equipment
    • Experience and an ability to contribute to component and system fault diagnosis.
    • Good degree of computer literacy.
    • Ability to interpret engineering specifications and drawing and or build instructions.
    • Able to contribute to continuous improvement and identify areas that can improve workshop efficiency

     

    Apply for this Role

      Similar Roles

      Manufacturing Engineer (2 Vacancies)

      • Surrey
      • Competitive
      • Contract Full Time

      Our client, a world leading luxury car manufacturer, is looking to add 2 Process/Manufacturing Engineers to their team for a 6 month FTC.

      You will provide first hand support in the development and execution of the manufacturing process sequence for the client’s Series Models, ensuring seamless integration into our existing production environment.

      Key Responsibilities
      • Be involved in scoping, specifying and delivering best operational practices in alignment with brand expectations.
      • Support the Manufacturing Engineering Team with the development of departmental budgets as a contributor to overall program business cases
      • Deliver repeatable, robust assembly processes, and the documentation supporting this from inception to series production.
      • Achieve all project gateway milestones- this is key to the successful delivery of all new products.
      • Support in the delivery of specific program objectives.
      • Support the Manufacturing Engineering Team in the generation of project plans and selection of new technologies to support production delivery activities.
      Knowledge, skills & experience:
      • Process documentation creation
      • Vehicle assembly processes
      • Assembly equipment, with procurement experience favourable
      • Planning and execution of new vehicle program targets
      • Operational constraints
      • CAD software (CATIA preferable)
      Personal attributes:
      • As one of our Process Engineers you will ideally have an understanding and appreciation for niche vehicle production and brand requirements.
      • We work in a fast-paced environment so the ability to act under pressure with calmness, clarity of thought is crucial.
      • You will have the determination to drive forward the business to ‘Best in Class’ performance standards in line with brand expectations.
      • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal, and a strong attention to detail.

       

      Apply for this Role

        Similar Roles

        Envisage Recruitment Limited,
        Progress Close,
        Binley Industrial Estate,
        Coventry CV3 2TF


        Envisage Group Developments Inc,
        2445 Augustine Drive, Suite 150
        Santa Clara,
        CA 95054