CABLEFLOW International Limited are a privately owned business who have built our reputation as the UK’s primary designers and manufacturers of medical supply units used across a global market.
Continued demand for our products drives our growth and expansion necessitates the evolution of our in-house UK manufacturing teams, and we are recruiting.
Cableflow medical supply units are installed in almost every NHS Acute Trust and private hospital throughout the UK as a core element of new build or, refurbishment projects across a broad and varied healthcare estate. We are an accredited NHS Procure 22 provider of bedhead services containment systems.
Our extensive product and service offering is delivered by our in-house, highly-adaptable and dedicated workforce. We take pride across our organisation in being a compact yet dynamic corporate family, with more than 60% of our staff having completed 17 years or more continued service.
Would you like to be part of a team who are responsible for the safe and quality driven manufacture of our technology led products which are impacting the style of healthcare provision throughout the UK and worldwide?
What’s it all about?
As a Cableflow Manufacturing Technician you’ll be recognised as an industry specialist. You will be supporting our Operations Manager on manufacturing our product systems to be integrated within new build or refurbishment healthcare projects across the UK for our NHS and private sector healthcare clients as well as our global markets.
You will be based at our High Wycombe manufacturing facility.
You’ll need to be responsive and diligent in terms of working hours, and have the ability to interface with project and line managers. You will report to and work with an experienced team leader as a core member of our project delivery team.
You should have an eye for detail, have good communication skills and recognise the quality of product we aspire to, taking pride in the end product whilst sharing our values and those of our clients.
The work involves some manual handling and some key technical interfaces, but don’t worry if you haven’t been in a factory assembly environment previously as we will train you and you will generally work as part of a fully supervised team, although some individual working requiring initiative and a ‘can do’ attitude is vital.
We are looking for people who thrive on challenges and although previous assembly experience is not key, it would be advantageous. You will ideally have an interest in DIY and possess some key skill-sets which reflect this.
What will you be doing?
The key purpose of this role is to assemble our product systems.
What do you need?
You should be able to manage your time efficiently, be punctual and work well within a small team and deliver an efficient, reliable and accurate service to all of our customers and colleagues. You will ideally be educated to at least GCSE standard or equivalent and demonstrate basic IT skills with a neat and tidy approach to your work.
Flexibility is key as you will be expected to work to suit our project flow and release of installation areas across various projects. Occasional Saturday work should be expected although this only occurs in exceptional circumstances.
What benefits do we offer?
Being a highly successful manufacturer in a bespoke and unique market doesn’t come easy!
Our people are important to us and we want to make sure that we reward and recognise all of the great work that they do. Some of our benefits include:
We are passionate and committed to the learning and development of our people making sure they have the right skills and knowledge to be successful and to help achieve their potential. We prioritise Health and Safety in everything that we do.
Key areas of responsibility:
Job Type: Full-time
Remuneration: subject to experience
Only successful first stage applicants will be contacted within 5 days of the closing date.
Closing date: Open
We do not appoint via recruitment consultants/agencies so please don’t contact us