Trainee Upholsterer/Manufacturing Assistant

  • Location
    Poole, Dorset
  • Salary
    £ 8.88 - £ 9.88 / Hourly
  • Job type
    Permanent
  • Industry
    Industrial and Manufacturing
  • External Reference
    JN-012021-160674

Do you want to learn a trade in the Marine Industry?



No Experience needed, Fantastic Opportunity for full on the job training.



Adecco Poole are assisting one of our Marine Manufacturing clients with their search for Trainee Upholsterers to join their team based in Poole.



You will be on an ongoing training programme with the outcome of becoming an Upholsterer. You do not need to have prior experience, just be able to demonstrate attention to detail and have an interest/experience within the Upholstery line of work.



Duties Include:



  • Make paper and fabric patterns for cushions, seating and arm rests etc. for various boats.

  • Prepare and cut material using the pre-made patterns.

  • Upholsterer products using various types of materials including leather / vinyl / canvass & fabric.

  • Stuff and fill completed sewn covers ensuring they are completed to a high standard.

  • Staple completed sewn covers onto backrest substrates ensuring they are completed to a high standard.

  • Support dry fitting and final fitting finished upholstery in line with productions finishing schedule.



This is Temporary contract with potential to go Permanent.



Pay rate is £8.88p/h to start which will increase to £9.88p/h after 12 weeks and the potential to earn £10.85p/h after 6 months.



What Next?



If this is of interest, please apply here and one of the team will be in contact.

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.


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Please apply with your CV to: Thomas Jacques