Marine Carpenter

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Marine Carpenter

  • Location:

    Southampton

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    £23/hour

  • Contact:

    Niamh Windmill

  • Contact email:

    niamh.windmill@broadreachgroup.co.uk

  • Contact phone:

    01460 455002

  • Job ref:

    1222

  • Published:

    24 days ago

  • Duration:

    10 months minimum

  • Expiry date:

    2021-10-02

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

​Our marine division has won a great new project in Southampton for high skilled carpenters and joiners. It is a 10 month minimum contract, completing all of the carpentry works start to finish on a brand new, luxury sailboat. 

Those with experience in cabinet making, fine furniture or shopfitting may have the skills needed for this role. 

These are traditional wooden boats which reflect true craftsmanship so it is essential that all candidates have a keen eye for detail. 

Candidates must hold a relevant qualification and be able to work from drawings and make/fit joinery to fine limits including scribing in high gloss panels, swing oversized doors, working with bespoke ironmongery and integrated LED lighting.

Duties will include;

  • 2nd and final fix of finished joinery including high-gloss panels; composite trim; solid hardwood; solid surfaces inc Corian etc.

  • You will also be working with both conventional and specialist ironmongery.

  • You will also be involved in other hardware fitting: windows, sinks, etc. Therefore, you must be able to show some flexibility as well as run a good sealant bead!

  • Laying teak decking

In order to be successful, you must be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of fitting high quality joinery (E.g. shop-fitting, boat fit-out, teak decking etc) including scribing in to 0.5mm tolerances.

Paying a great hourly rate and a real opportunity to add a new string to your bow, if you would like to be considered please apply today.

You will need to provide your own tools: Battery & Hand tools as well as your own insurance if self-employed.

Contract length: 10 months