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hoezap
30-11-2012, 06:03 PM
Hello


thank you for entering in my post


I'm looking for a job as CNC machinist,setter, programmer, operator


I have more than 5 years of experince I've worked on Heidenhain system but I did programming also on Fanucsystem


I'm am a fully skilled cnc miller Iknow very well Bridgeport machines however I worked on severalmachines too like CNC Lathe:Daenwoo, Mori seiki, comec. CNC Millings:Bridgeports,Sumo, Correa, Anayak, Daenwoo (3 and 4 axes)


I'm desperate I am willing to relocate however I live in Stafford now West-midlands


If you know some company near my area which has Bridgeport millings with heidenhain system or some other machines I listed above please let me know


any information according this matter will be very appreciative


thank you in advance for your help

Andy@Alecto_Recruitment
12-12-2012, 02:47 PM
Hi Hoezap

We have a number of positions in West Midlands for Machinists so please contact Andy at Alecto Recruitment on 01329 836 580 or 07833 249 701.

Regards,

Andy @ Alecto Recruitment
www.alectorecruitment.com (http://www.alectorecruitment.com)

hoezap
12-12-2012, 05:10 PM
I will

thank you !

HiltonSteve
12-12-2012, 05:29 PM
May be something going at Howardson Engineering near Derby, last time I went he was looking for somebody as they were stacked out with work. Nearly all HAAS machines both milling and turning, all newish kit.

Give Them a call and ask for Pat - 01332 824777. He does quite a bit of our machining work.

Tell him that Steve told you to call him, he will know who I am....!!

hoezap
12-12-2012, 05:51 PM
Thank you Hilton Steve

Fivetide
12-12-2012, 09:50 PM
From Jobserve click this link to apply -> LINK (https://www.jobserve.com/gb/en/search-jobs-in-Telford,-Shropshire,-United-Kingdom/CNC-MILLER-30FCCF93EEA824C6/)

CNC Miller
Telford, Shropshire, 22,000 - 25,000 plus overtime
Permanent


CNC Miller
Shropshire Region
22,000 - 25,000 plus overtime
With over 30 years precision engineering experience our Client is at the forefront of UK Manufacturing. Due to very increasing workload they are now actively looking to recruit the services of a CNC Miller with programming ability.

Our Client provides a wide range of engineering services ranging from and including Machining, Welding. Fabrication and press work.
This is a straight day's shift with an early finish on Fridays.
To apply for this opportunity your must have or hold the following:
Offline programming ability using Fanuc
Knowledge of 3D systems CADCAM
Edge line experience
Self motivated and a can do attitude



Applicants must be eligible to work in the specified location

Location
Telford, Shropshire, UK


Industry
Manufacturing (https://www.jobserve.com/gb/en/Manufacturing-sector-jobs-in-United-Kingdom/)


Rate
22,000 - 25,000 plus overtime

Company
SER Limited - Sean Larner

Contact
Garybe1

Reference
JSTJC ID: 175415/5270319

Posted Date
09/12/2012 18:49:38

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CNC Miller job - Telford Shropshire - December-09-2012 (C3oFN) (http://www.jobserve.com/C3oFN/)

wilfy
12-12-2012, 11:59 PM
sorry to slightly hi-jack this post.. but having no previous CNC experience do companies expect a certain type of training before they employ you and let you operate their machines? or could you go in and say yeah i built my own cnc machine been making my own stuff for 5 years gimmie a job?? just curious how it works

hoezap
13-12-2012, 12:28 AM
sorry wify I don't understand what you say

may you please better explain yourself ?

Andy@Alecto_Recruitment
13-12-2012, 10:43 AM
Hi Wilfy

From a recruitment point of view some clients would take you on as an Operator on around 7 - 8 per hour then train you to be able to set the machine which means your hourly rate would go to around 9 - 10.

You will need to work your way up from the bottom unfortunately but there are a few courses out there to train you how to programme which will also help your earning potential.

Hope that helps!

Regards,

Andy @ Alecto Recruitment
www.alectorecruitment.com (http://www.alectorecruitment.com)

hoezap
13-12-2012, 11:15 AM
Thank you Andy