CNC Machinist

£19500 - £32000 per annum
13 Feb 2017
13 Mar 2017
Recruitment Genius Ltd
Public Sector
Contract Type
Full Time
This precision machining company is looking for a fully experienced CNC turner / miller (setter and operator) who has knowledge of Fanuc controls to work within their Mori-Seiki machining centres. They currently have two vacancies.

You will be required to work shift (earlies 6am-2pm, lates 2pm-10pm and nights 10pm-6am) Monday to Friday. Each shift pattern changes weekly.

Overtime is freely available to support their large, long term order book.

You will be setting and operating CNC lathes / mills (verticals and horizontals), doing basic tip changes, and offset adjustments to produce precision turned / milled products out of high value materials.

You will be working from drawings and utilising all relevant measuring equipment.

About You:

You will be:
- An Experienced CNC Turner / Miller
- Experienced with CNC Lathes / Mills with Fanuc controls
- Experienced with metals such as titanium, Inconel and magnesium
- Able to work to tight tolerances
- A Keen, motivated and reliable team player

An advantage would be:
- An Engineering Apprenticeship.
- Good Experience with Live tooling.
About the Remuneration Package

For the successful applicant they are pleased to offer a competitive remuneration package that includes:
- 25 days of annual leave plus bank holidays
- Private Health Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Personal Pension Plan with employer contributions

Sounds good - what next?

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