“CNC Turner / Miller required for Engineering Workshop”. Schoolhill Engineering are a long established Aberdeen hydraulic engineering company involved in design and manufacture of a wide range of subsea products and mechanical handling equipment. We are looking to strengthen our team by recruitment of an experienced CNC Turner / Miller. The successful candidate will have min 10 years machining experience and be able to work on their own or as part of our workshop production team. Reporting to the Workshop Supervisor, the position is for full time employment, but there may also be a part time opportunity. General: The company manufacture a wide range of precision products for areas of the Oil Industry, including Subsea. Mechanical Handling Machinery is also designed and manufactured for Wooden Barrel Operations worldwide. High quality precision components are required for this equipment and are machined in small batches from 1 to 30 off. Reports to: Workshop Supervisor Supervises: None - but expected to assist with Apprentice training if required Qualifications: Time served apprenticeship preferred, but precision manufacturing experience is essential. Experience Minimum 10 years in similar roles (not including apprenticeship). Skills : Able to read and understand engineering drawings in both imperial and metric dimensions. Experienced in setting up work using 3 and 4 jaw powered and manual chucks. Good knowledge with various types of indexible tooling and drills, and ability to select the most efficient for the parts to be machined. Good knowledge of appropriate speeds, feeds and cut depths for a variety of engineering materials, including carbon, alloy and stainless steels. Awareness of efficient cycle time expectations for various machined components. Knowledge of a variety of CNC lathes and control systems Able to work to close tolerances typically around +/-0.001” Able to use a variety of micrometer measuring equipment Attention to detail to ensure all work is of a high quality Responsibilities: The programming setting up and running of a variety of different types of machined parts ensuring maximum productivity levels are achieved. Working to a high standard of safety. Complying with the company’s HR operational policies. Maximizing operational efficiency. Demonstrate initiative by recommending improvements in production methods. Working in compliance with workshop legislation, quality and operational procedures and work instructions. Mentoring of apprentices as required. Maintaining a clean and tidy work area.