Job bonanza for Ulverston firm
Last updated at 14:05, Thursday, 19 July 2012
AN Ulverston firm is looking for more than 70 new members of staff.
Tronic, a Siemens Subsea business, today announced it is recruiting 70 new positions at its Subsea Excellence Centre in Low Mill Business Park.
The new roles will be in engineering, project management, production and quality.
Tronic is hoping the skilled positions will be filled over the next three months, and said it expects further vacancies will be announced throughout the summer.
The firm, which designs and manufactures subsea connectors used at offshore oil and gas platforms, also confirmed it is offering seven new apprentice positions with the selected apprentices due to start in September.
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First published at 15:11, Wednesday, 18 July 2012
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Poacher, are you saying that all locals are only qualified to be cleaners? and theres nothing wrong with being a cleaner, what would our offices, work areas be like without them
im curious as to where these jobs have been, are being advertised as i trawl jobscentreplus and company websites on a daily business. ive also sent c.v's to alot of business' large and small.
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