Injection Moulding recruitment agency listing
From contact lens production to toy plastic animals and car panels, injection moulding provides the world with all kinds of useful objects.
Qualifications needed for a job in Injection Moulding
Employers and recruitment agencies prefer candidates to have practically-based qualifications including NVQs and BTECs in subjects including Injection Moulding, Moulding Technology, and Manufacturing Technologies Qualifications would generally be required to be of at least at Level 2, although there are many educational schemes available for employers to access on behalf of their staff.
Injection moulders should be able to evidence high levels of accuracy as the work is very exacting. Not only should craft and bench work skills be on a potential candidate's CV, but the ability to service and maintain tools and provide development and modifications for these where necessary is also important.
What salary can a candidate expect?
At the lower end of the scale, Injection Moulders can expect to earn salaries of between £22,000 and £28,000 PA for jobs such as Tool-Setting or Injection Moulding Technician. It is possible for workers to study at a higher educational level in Product Design and Engineering, and from there to specialise in these areas with injection moulding at the core. This type of graduate employment potentially involves salaries of around £40,000+ PA and includes job opportunities all around the world
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