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  • *NEW* APPRENTICESHIPS (SEPTEMBER 2022)

  • CAD DESIGNER

  • FABRICATOR

  • SHEET METAL WORKER

 

For current vacancies (click here)

If you are interested in finding out more information on our careersapprenticeships or work experience, explore our Careers section.

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LEVEL 2 WELDER APPRENTICE

This welder apprenticeship is a great opportunity to gain the foundation knowledge to learn welding. You will be part of the Flexi team making the products, what you do matters and working with guidance from your mentor you are part of the foundation of our business.

 

  

FLEXI GROUP UK is part of the Alloy Fabweld Group. Crafting modular products for the construction industry from balconies to stairs. 

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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION APPRENTICE

You will be part of the team providing administrative support to the production team and Engineering Director. What you do matters and working with guidance from your mentor you are part of the foundation of our business. 

 

HUNWICK ENGINEERING LTD is part of the Alloy Fabweld Group. Manufacturing metalwork products for the construction industry on the UK's first off-grid carbon-neutral facilities.

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LEVEL 2 WELDER APPRENTICE

This is a great opportunity to gain the foundation knowledge to learn the skills of welding. You will be part of the Rebel team making the products, what you do matters and working with guidance from your mentor you are part of the foundation of our business.

 

  

REBEL STRENGTH LTD is part of the Alloy Fabweld Group. Making fitness and strength equipment, and are the trusted supplier of Strong Men, Women Fitness and Competitions.

WORK FOR US

Alloy Fabweld is a well-established company based in Essex with many years of experience in the architectural and secondary steelwork industry.  We design, value engineer, and manufacture many types of metalwork for almost every type of public or commercial building. Our people work hard and drive our business. 

 

If you are looking for your next challenge, take a look at our current vacancies below.  For all roles, please apply in the first instance to:- recruitment@alloyfabweld.com

If you are interested in finding out more information on our careersapprenticeships or work experience, explore our Careers section.

 

We run an educational and site based internal workshop called ‘Mad about Metal’. Click here for more information or contact us.

We run an educational and site based internal workshop called ‘Mad about Metal’. Click here for more information or contact us.

OUR EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES ARE PARAMOUNT 

Alloy Fabweld is committed to being a successful, caring, and welcoming place for all employees.

 

We want to create a supportive and inclusive environment where our employees can reach their full potential, without prejudice and discrimination. We are committed to a culture where respect and understanding is fostered, and the diversity of people's backgrounds and circumstances will be positively valued. 

 

Equality of opportunity, valuing diversity and compliance with the law is to the benefit of all individuals in our company as it seeks to develop the skills and abilities of its people. While specific responsibility for eliminating discrimination and providing equality of opportunity lies with managers and supervisors, individuals at all levels have a responsibility to treat others with dignity and respect. 

Click here to view our full Equal Opportunities statement.

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OUR MODERN SLAVERY COMMITMENT

Alloy Fabweld Ltd is committed to conducting business responsibly. We also seek to ensure that our supply-chains operate to those same high standards, including in relation to employment practices, workplace conditions and, more specifically, the prevention of forced, bonded and trafficked labour.

 

This is upheld through the company’s policies and processes, and is supported by the Executive Board. Please click here to view our Modern Slavery statement, which has been published in accordance with Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.