CNC Programmer & Operator

Recruiter
Power People Ltd.
Location
Wolverhampton
Salary
Negotiable + £499p/m shift allowance.
Posted
11 Aug 2017
Closes
14 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Full Time
While operating in over 90 countries, our Client has developed into a well recognised and highly regarded design and manufacturing specialist who provides bespoke engineering solutions to the nuclear energy, nuclear decommissioning and defence markets - becoming Italy's largest supplier, installer and service provider within this sector. As well as offering ongoing specialist support services they focus on everything from the design all the way through to installation and commissioning.

The role requires shift work as follows:

Week 1 - 6:30am until 1:20pm
Week 2 - 1:00pm until 8:30pm

On top of the annual salary the successful candidate will also receive a shift allowance of £499 p/m.

The main purpose of the role will be to operate CNC Machinery on bespoke, one-off components in a range of materials, like carbon steel, stainless steel, duplex, copper alloys and nickel alloys.
The CNC is a Hartford Machine and a Hyundai Borer.

Main responsibilities of the role are:
1. To program CNC machinery
2. To operate CNC machines with Fanuc and Heidenain controls
3. To work to customer drawings and specifications with the minimum of supervision
4. To work to tight tolerances and check your own work
5. To work on your own initiative and understand the manufacturing processes
6. Report any tooling required to Working Team Leader
7. Prove out programs at the machine ensuring the highest quality is maintained at all times
8. Keep a clean and manageable working area
9. Fulfil training programs deemed necessary to allow efficient performance of duties and assist in your personal development
10. To take a responsible approach to health, safety and environmental risks in relation to your own job role and to control the risks or report them to management as appropriate
11. Any other duties, potentially drop onto conventional machines when required