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Composite Trimmer Jobs – Permanent Roles

  • by: Jodie Green
  • On: 18, Mar 2020
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VHR are currently recruiting for experienced Composite Trimmers to join one of the UK’s leading composites manufacturers.

The Opportunity

The leading manufacturer is looking for Composite Trimmers to work on Formula One cars, as well as Automotive and Motorsport composites projects.

The role will involve working on high-end motorsport components.

The role will be based in Northampton, England, UK.

Requirements

· Carbon fibre trimming experience

· Background working with either Motorsport, Automotive, Aerospace or Formula One components

· Competence in following technical drawings individually

· Experience working in Motorsport, Automotive or Formula One

· Ability to live and work in the UK.

VHR welcomes applicants from all nationalities, backgrounds and locations all over the world, but applicants must have the right to live and work in the UK.

Benefits

· Permanent role – job stability

· ASAP start

· Live and work in the UK.

How to Apply

If you are interested in this role, please send your CV to our Automotive Recruitment Consultants at Hello@v-hr.com

 

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