Morgan retains a highly skilled workforce of around 200 people, most of whom have learnt their trade here at the factory. With the average length of service at the factory standing at 25 years, employment opportunities are rare unless replacement staff are required to maintain the balance due to retirements. Approximately 70% of the workforce live locally to the factory in Malvern itself, the average age of the workforce is 42 years. Everyone here is seen as part of the extended “Morgan family”.
All current vacancies are listed below. Any interested applicants should return the relevant correspondence to [email protected]
We benefit from the skills of people in the following job roles:- Sheet Metal Workers, Coachbuilders, Wood Machinists, Paint Sprayers and Technicians, Mechanical Fitters, Trimmers, Sewing Machinists, Machine Setters and Operators, Electrical Fitters, Motor Vehicle Technicians, Labourers, Valeters and Vehicle Inspectors, Welders, Trimmers, Storemen, Chassis Erectors, Maintenance Engineers, and Engineers.
In addition, the company is administered through the following roles:-
Speculative enquiries are received by this office on a daily basis which is the main reason why vacancies are rarely advertised. All applications are databased and maintained for a period of 5 years. As long as you have an application on file you will be contacted as and when a relevant position arises so remember to inform us of any changes to your address or personal details
Speculative CV’s or enquiries should be directed to:-
Alternatively you can download the application form below, print it out, complete it and send it to the above contact.
Morgan takes great pride in its apprenticeship programme and takes school leavers into the following areas:-
Apprenticeships run for up to 4 years and involve day release to a local college. All other training is “on the Job” as the youngsters learn their trade from the crafts men and women around them. The company is committed to ensuring that apprentices are given every opportunity to receive the training needed in order to become a fully skilled member of the workforce. Social skills are also developed as the youngsters develop relationships with their colleagues, and learn more about the world of work in general.
Speculative enquiries for apprenticeships are gathered over a period of time and we also work closely with the local careers offices. The recruitment process usually begins with an Open Day at the factory, followed by individual interviews and perhaps a day of work experience. Competition is often fierce as places are very limited.
Any enquiries regarding apprenticeships should be directed to the HR Manager (Sarah Baldwin) who will respond with the company’s current position.