Bench Joiner

Do you want to be a part of a company that creates custom trailers and vehicles that match the clients particular requirements? Apply below now and take your step

Employer Neat Vehicles

Unit 6 Fulwood Rd N, Sutton-in-Ashfield
NG17 2NB
Vacancy type Job
Weekly working hours Full time
Salary £12.77 p/h
Location Nottinghamshire
Closing Date 25 October, 2021 at 17:00
Other details These vacancies are open to applicants who are currently not working through the Well For Work fully funded ESF project. The project is run by Futures and its partners with the aim of supporting unemployed people into sustainable employment
  • About the employer
  • Description
  • Neat Vehicles

    Our specialisation includes detailed and comprehensive vehicle engineering, styling, and interior design. We constantly push the boundaries to deliver custom solutions to our clients. Our team ensures that the exterior of your vehicle or trailer makes a statement. However, we also focus on the function and practicality of the design. We make sure that your vehicle is safe and ready for travel. Not only does your vehicle need to look great, but it also needs to be suitable for travel.


  • Neat Vehicles is a well-established manufacturer of specialist vehicles and trailers for various sectors both in the UK and abroad.

    Due to ever increasing workloads we are looking for an experienced person to join our Joinery team.

    The position would suit candidates with bench joinery, coach building or high quality shop fitting experience.

    The positions are offered on a permanent basis, in return we offer a good working environment with regular working hours, giving the right candidates the chance to experience a varied and rewarding position working on bespoke projects.

    The positions will involve manufacturing furniture and seating for the interiors, internal partitioning walls and doors as well as fitting the external body panels, windows and exterior doors of the vehicle.

    The successful candidates must be able to work from detailed drawings, using their own initiative, both individually and as part of a team.