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Hgv/trailer Painter And Prepper Job In Oldham

Published 2021-12-16
Expires 2022-01-16
ID #794893384
32760 £
Hgv/trailer Painter And Prepper Job In Oldham
United Kingdom, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom,
Published December 16, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Hgv/trailer painter and prepper
Min. Salary: 32760.00


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Position: HGV & Trailer Painter and Prepper
Location: Oldham
Hours: Monday to Friday 7.00am-4.30pm (45 hrs)
Pay: £14.00 per hour / £32,760
Contract: Permanent
Overtime: Paid at 1.5X
 
Details of the HGV & Trailer Painter and Prepper Opportunity
My client is a well-established commercial vehicle repair business with multiple sites who are continuing to grow and develop the business to meet the requirements and demands of all our customers and have some fantastic opportunities to work on all types of vehicles from 3.5t to 44t including trailers and coaches.
Duties to include the following

Preparing vehicles
Masking
Painting commercial vehicles to current legislation
Detailing
Adherence to Health and Safety rules and regulations 
Essential requirements

Fully experienced in preparation and paintwork on commercial vehicles
Own Tools requiredIf you are interested in the above HGV & Trailer Painter and Prepper position, please reply to advert with an up-to-date copy of your CV or call Paul or Natalie at Kemp recruitment on (phone number removed)

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    Kemp Recruitment Ltd
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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