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CNC Machine Setter/Operator

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Recruiter
Huxley Associates
Posted
08 May 2013
Closes
05 June 2013
Ref
HA-12343181
Contact
Thomas
Location
Sector
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
Negotiable

Further information

Key Responsibilities

  • To machine precision components to ensure they meet the required quality standards.

  • Set and operate CNC machines and carry out all related activities to Company work procedures and instructions.

  • Prove new programs and edit where required so components produced meet the drawing requirements.

  • Produce work to engineering drawings.

  • Conduct regular daily maintenance checks and participate in breakdown maintenance as required.

  • Use appropriate measuring and gauging equipment to ensure components meet the drawing specification.

  • Work closely with the team leader to ensure production meets agreed deadlines.

  • Liaise closely with colleagues verbally on status of machines, maintenance and quality or on any other related issues to ensure the continuity of production.

Other Duties

  • To carry out any other reasonable duties as requested by the Company.
  • Develop the skills necessary to become fully proficient with the entire machining tools in the machine shop.

Education / Qualifications / Experience

GCSE in Maths and English

  • Minimum 3 year apprenticeship in a machining discipline
  • Demonstrate the ability to interpret and analyse engineering drawings

Person Specification

Be a good team player with experience of effectively contributing to a team environment as well as the ability to work on own initiative and under pressure

  • Have experience working in a fast moving environment and be able to demonstrate good time management and organisational skills
  • Work accurately and efficiently

To find out more about Huxley Associates, please visit www.huxley.com.

Huxley Associates

Huxley Associates is an international recruitment agency specialising in the placement of senior professionals in a diverse range of sectors.