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Electro-Mechanical Fitter - Bromsgrove

About Powerstar

Founded over 20 years ago, Powerstar is undergoing a period of significant expansion. As one of the world leading innovators in on-site power systems, we are supporting a wide range of commercial and industrial sites with their growing power needs as they look to achieve net zero emissions and retain a fully resilient power supply for their core operations.


Role Description

As part of the transformer manufacturing team, you will be expected to undertake all aspects of the manufacturing process associated with building a transformer; Winding, Stacking & Assembling. Each transformer can be different according to its design and each build can vary in size and process. The individual will be expected to operate as part of a dynamic team delivering to each unique customers demands. The individual is expected to be a skilled worker who can prove an aptitude for learning and development as training will take a number of months to complete. Full support will be given to the individual during the training period.

Main duties & responsibilities

  • Follow the manufacturing process for transformer manufacturing
  • Work as part of a small team or individually to deliver sub-processes
  • Work in accordance with modern safety regulations
  • Operate machinery as required
  • Use initiative and experience to problem solve
  • Prioritisation of product Quality at all times
  • Working of overtime as required to support business needs

Skills, experience & education

  • Experience within a mechanical or electrical product manufacturing environment preferred
  • NVQ L2+ in any Engineering, Science or Manufacturing related discipline preferred
  • Experience of operating heavy machinery and machine work
  • Experience of safe working practices and manual handling
  • Awareness of electrical systems, telecommunications or equivalent advantageous
  • FLT licence and Overhead crane licence desirable but not essential
  • Good communication skills

What we offer

  • Starting salary of £25,000
  • Enhanced rate for overtime
  • Company performance related bonus scheme
  • Company pension scheme
  • 25 days holiday plus statutory holidays
  • 40 hours per week, worked between 7am and 3.30pm

To apply, please send CV and Cover Letter to

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