BIW Build Technician

Recruiter
CV-Library
Location
Leamington Spa
Salary
Competitive
Posted
16 Apr 2018
Closes
14 May 2018
Contract Type
Contract
Randstad Engineering are currently looking for BIW Build Technician to join a leading OEM based in the West Midlands.

Role Overview:

Based in Wellesbourne, this role will support the Prototype Operations department in the development of new/existing programs/initiatives by part manufacture and BIW build.

Key Responsibilities:

* Assembly of Tub/BIW using sub assembly and main assembly fixtures
* Manufacture /sub-assembly of relevant components
* Assembly of components and fit to vehicle / buck in sequence of build, adhering to process planning sheets or work request sheet.
* Provide flexible support as required in both BIW part machining and BIW assembly.
* Produce templates directly from the vehicle and use them to manufacture simple brackets.

Key Skills & Experience:

* Working in the assembly of prototype or race vehicles. (Essential)
* Must have worked with and without drawings to develop mechanical installation solutions. (Essential)
* Machining experience with manual milling, turning etc (Desirable)
* Competent in body assembly using adhesive joining process (Desirable)

Personal Attributes:

* Team player but also able to work independently
* Self-starting, relishes challenges
* Problem solver
* Flexible and adaptable to new situations
* Must be prepared to work in both BIW parts manufacture and assembly as program demands dictate.

If this role is of interest to yourself then please click apply below to submit your CV.

Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.

Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

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