Help shape the future of aerospace / Take your career to new heights
Skilled Production Worker (Retraining available for aerospace industry)
Earn £27,163 rising to £29,774, overtime and shift premiums may be available
Spirit AeroSystems is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of aerostructures for commercial airplanes, defence platforms, and business and regional jets.
Spirit AeroSystems are now recruiting direct to the permanent workforce to support the ramp up of production across our range of products including our award winning, composite aircraft wings.
We are actively seeking skilled aircraft fitters and sheet metal workers to join the team.
To join this growing family, you’ll have:
Completed a recognised mechanical engineering apprenticeship, This includes: Motor Mechanics, Sheetmetal workers, Coach Builders, Coppersmiths, Aircraft Technicians, Mechanical & Maintenance Fitters, Panel Beaters, Metal Pattern Makers, Toolfitters, Car Body Operators, Boiler Makers, Machinists, Pipe Fitters, Diesel Fitters and Plumbers.
· 4 years’ practical experience in one of the backgrounds detailed above and a relevant qualification
After initial product training your role will involve checking kit parts to drawing schedules, manufacturing a range of aerospace hardware to a high standard and maintaining a safe and healthy working environment.
You’ll also need to be able to read and interpret engineering drawings and be happy to work a range of shifts plus overtime, as required, at any of Spirit AeroSystems Northern Ireland sites.
Spirit AeroSystems offer an attractive package of pay and benefits including a 36-hour working week, generous holiday allowance, attractive overtime rates and shift allowances.
If an opportunity to work with one of the world’s leading aerospace brands in a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility sounds like it could be the next move for you, please get in touch with us to hear more about how you could join the team!
Note: Manpower is acting as Spirit Aerosystems recruitment partner in this process
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