CAD CAM Programmer

H9 Technical Recruitment Ltd
Burnley, UK
21 May 2019
23 May 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
H9 Technical are currently working with a reputable UK manufacturer who specialise in precision engineering solutions, to recruit for a CAD CAM Programmer, on a permanent basis.

This role will be based at the company's head-office near to Burnley, Lancashire.

Role Description:

Responsible for developing, delivering and improving manufacturing processes, ensuring that machinery downtime is kept to a minimum and that all work is planned in advance to avoid production disruption. Responsible for implementation of production processes and procedures, leading productivity improvements with project-based activities, including new product introduction and manufacturing cell design to reduce waste, improve quality and safety, and reduce operating costs.Manage KPIs and ensure preventative actions are taken to maximise success.

Specific Duties:

·CNC Program generation and implementation (Turn & Mill)

·Production program & tooling control

·Identify manufacturing needs for new products in development

·Design new systems and processes and provide facilities & methods to ensure the cost-effective integration of new products or for the improvement of existing ones into manufacturing operations

·Ensure all product and system requirements are taken into account from the initial product conception to the finished result

·Assist with shop floor layout and cell designs

·Identify fixture and tooling requirements

·Reduce variability in manufacturing by providing standard work methods and work instructions

·Ensure product and process quality meets specifications required

·Improve manufacturing efficiency by analysing and planning workflow, space requirements and equipment layout

·Organise plant start-up and shut-down schedules to ensure minimum loss of production time

·Support and lead continuous improvement, problem solving and process improvement activities

·Carry out FMEAs, (Failure Mode Effects Analysis) process documentation and implement improvements

·Investigate production and process issues providing technical support and training

·Contribute to continuous improvement activities

·Support and lead process improvement activities

·Write reports and present progress at project meetings

·Undertake continuous training and development

·Perform root cause analysis and resolve problems

Qualifications and Experience Levels:

·Relevant manufacturing/engineering degree preferred, A Levels, ONC, City & Guilds level 3, BTec National Diploma Level 3, IVQ Technician Diploma, or equivalent NVQ level 3 qualification

·Professional accreditation with an industry related body would be advantageous

·Ability to use CAD

·Ability to design processes and layouts

·Experience of FMEA (Failure Mode Effects Analysis), Kaizen/A3 (continuous improvement and problem solving) process improvement and Poka Yoke (error proofing) techniques

·Significant work experience in a high-volume manufacturing environment, preferably automotive

·Understanding of design and production costs to include waste, downtime, scrap and re-work

What's on Offer?

·£35,000-£45,000 per annum depending upon experience

·Contributory pension scheme

·28 days holiday

Apply today to be considered for the role.

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