Stainless Steel Fabricator
Advertiser: Farra EngineeringMore jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 9 Aug 2019
- Canterbury, Christchurch
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Trades & Services, Welders & Boilermakers
About the business
Farra is an integrated engineering company that provides efficient and competitive engineering solutions and services to a wide range of local and international customers. Farra's strength lies in its experience, reputation, breadth of operations, technical and management skills.
Farra has broad capabilities across and within its business units. This allows projects to be designed, fabricated, machined then installed and commissioned entirely as an in-house service. Farra can do this for new products, components, complicated assemblies and sub-assemblies and for existing plant remediation.
About the role
This position will offer you a great foundation on which to build a successful career. At Farra you will work in an environment where people matter and all interactions are conducted in a straight up manner. You will work in a customer focused team offering design led services. You will experience a solution focused culture that can do like no other, with proven results and a resilient history.
Skills and experience
We have vacancies in our Christchurch Team and require people with the below attributes:
- Have a minimum of 3 years' experience of stainless fabrication and in the sheetmetal industry.
- Be self-motivated, practical thinker and problem solver.
- Able to work independently and have the ability to work within a team environment.
- Be competent in TIG / MIG Welding.
- Have a good work ethic and attitude.
- Ability to interpret drawings accurately and complete work to high standards.
- Must have good planning skills and be organised, as site work will be required.
Remuneration will be based on your experience and what you can bring to the team.
In accordance with our Company's Drug and Alcohol Policy, the successful applicants will be required to undergo a pre-employment drug test.
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