Life at Glassbond

Life at Glassbond (NW) LTD is all about working together to achieve and exceed customer expectation. We are a family run business with a very strong team ethic, we work hard, but believe in a healthy work life balance. We want people who show a passion for what we do and a desire to develop the products we design and produce. In short we want people to help shape our success. In return we offer competitive salaries, performance related bonuses, a contributory pension scheme and sensible working hours.

With 2 divisions, 3 manufacturing departments, R&D facilities and a global sales operation there is always opportunity for variety and progression for those who want it.  If you want to be part of a team and reap the rewards that life at Glassbond (NW) LTD will bring, then simply get in touch when a suitable position is available. We look forward to working with you.



Latest Vacancies


Engineering Fitter Required


Glassbond (NW) Ltd/ Moulding Compounds Ltd are looking to recruit an experienced Engineering Fitter, preferably mechanically biased within our dedicated maintenance team. This is a full time role (40 hours per week). Salary circa £26-28K + bonus + pension and occasional overtime.

The main function of the role is to provide production support for the manufacturing facilities. To maintain and repair ALL plant equipment. To attend breakdowns and resolve them in a timely and efficient manner.


Successful applicants must be able to demonstrate experience and skills in the following areas: Maintaining manufacturing machinery and have an understanding of PPM techniques, reactive and preventative maintenance and assisting with breakdown repairs, maintaining auxiliary equipment and general site repairs. Be time served with an engineering background. Good solid skill set, basic workshop & fitting skills.
To have a flexible approach to workload, in terms of working as an individual or as part of the engineering team, to the demands of the production plants.
To be able to follow daily, weekly, monthly and annual maintenance schedules. To have experience of working within a permit to work system. To possess fabrication and welding skills, electrical skills, experience of working on boilers. Working to H&S and COSHH regulations and carrying out dynamic risk assessments when applicable.

If you wish to be considered for the role, then please email a copy of your cv along with details of your specific skills and experience to Mr Jim Murphy Engineering Manager: Closing date for applications is Friday 6th August.