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Employer Houghton International
Location Tyne and Wear
Job Type Permanent
Salary TBC
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Do you want to work for the North East Small Business of the Year 2009?

Houghton International pioneer technical and commercial innovation in the repair, maintenance and life extension of rotating electrical machines. We work across a range of sectors including rail transport, power generation, industrial automation, oil & gas, mining and marine.

Due to recent growth and expansion we are looking for experienced Turners to work within our Rail Business Unit on a variety of projects, including DC traction motors.  Applicants who have a served a recognised apprenticeship or can demonstrate equivalent experience will be at an advantage.  Knowledge of the rail industry and DC traction motors is desirable.

What we offer:

* Best rates of pay in the North East in our industry

* Excellent holidays

* Employer Pension contribution

* Flexible working conditions

* Excellent training & development schemes for all staff including 1-2-1 coaching

* 39 or 48 hours per week with a 30 minute lunch break each day

* Core working hours: 8.00am – 4.30pm (3.30pm on Friday)

* Overtime may be required

* Opportunity to work for the North East Small Business of the Year 2009

How To Apply

For more information visit our website: http://www.houghton-international.com

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