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Machine operator

London, England, United KingdomFactory A - Brazing

Job description

As Brompton grows to meet customer demands new processes within the brazing department mean there are some exciting opportunities to join the. As a machine operator you will be a flexible, multi skilled person who can easily transfer between machine processes within the department. We are looking for a multi skilled individual with an enthusiasm towards machinery and engineering in general that wants to be part of positive change towards the environment.

As a machine operator you will be responsible for the production from various machines within AFAC, this could include tapping machines, welding robot machines, Autobraze machines and other machines where necessary. You will be responsible to deliver parts to the expected quality standards and drawing meeting or exceeding the relevant target production times. There will be expectations of general set up, shutdowns, consumable replenishment, and tool replenishment. You will be expected to complete other engineering tasks within the department when necessary.

Job purpose

  • Produce parts to target times
  • Produce parts to quality standards & drawing
  • Operator machines effectively and safely

Main duties

  • Replenish consumables for machinery
  • Replenish tooling for machinery
  • Produce parts to quality standards & drawing
  • Produce parts to expected target times
  • Operate machinery safely
  • Support continuous improvements

Job requirements


  • Positive “can do” attitude
  • Organised self-starter
  • Good people skills
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment

Person Specification

  • Be aware of Health and Safety standards
  • Eligibility to work in the UK
  • Punctuality and reliability are very important
  • Good command of spoken and written English
  • Good personal skills
  • Effective communication, observation, and reporting skills
  • Honest, reliable, and trustworthy
  • Organised, flexible, and persistent
  • Ability to work alone and unsupervised
  • Willingness to undertake training to increase or update skills
  • Has a good ability to understand improvements and identify them
  • Supports continuous improvements