News: Position at Merlin Workwear

Posted on 19th November 2019

Embroidery Machine Operator,

Excellent opportunity for a practical individual to join our team, the role is ideal for an individual looking for excellent working conditions with the opportunity to work with a small friendly team.

Full training will be given and basic operation of our embroidery machines can be learnt in a matter of days.

The ideal candidate will be someone who can demonstrate a practical disposition, ability to learn new skills quickly and a flexible outlook.  The role can be customer facing and therefore requires good communication skills.

You will be expected to work within a fast-paced environment whilst producing high quality products with an attention to detail.

Merlin Workwear is a well-established company specialising in the production of high quality embroidery and printing on a range of clothing and garments. The company has been growing over the last 9 years and has developed a large database of highly reputable clients.

In this role you will be responsible for working on commercial embroidery machines on a variety of clothing and garments.

Hours Monday – Friday, Work with a friendly team,

Salary dependant on experience  £17,200 – £22,000 per annum

The Role:

  • 8:30 – 17:30, Monday to Friday
  • Responsible for operating embroidery machines
  • Producing a high standard of embroidery on customer’s products
  • Assisting with clothing printing when required
  • An element of customer interaction
  • Be able to work to deadlines
  • Work flexibly as part of small team

If the position is of interest please apply attaching your CV to

Many thanks

Stephen Long

  1. 01444 221100

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