1. #1
    VTR Recruitment have a need for CNC Machinists in a variety of locations.

    Please see the details below and e-mail me your CV with the role you are interested in at: jmarable@vtruk.com or call me on 0845 5194 810

    CNC Setter/Operator (Milling) in Blackburn

    Salary: Negotiable depending on experience

    Essential Skills:
    - Working with/on HAAS milling machines running Siemens.
    - Milling/machining aluminium.
    - Have a background in aerospace precision machining (ideally)

    CNC Setter/Operator Night Shifts (7pm-7am) Temporary to Permanent based near Stanstead Airport

    Salary: Training (4-5 days) on day shift rates: £9.50 per hour, Night shift rates: £12.50 per hour

    Essential Skills:
    - Working with/on MAZAK, HERMLE or HURCO’s milling machines.
    - Milling/machining titanium, aluminium or ‘106’ grade steel.
    - Have a background in aerospace precision machining (ideally)

    Offline CNC Programmer - Contract/Perm - Norwich

    Salary: 3 Month Contract £17-£17.50 per hour ltd, negotiable perm salary.

    Essential Skills:
    - Experience of using CAD/CAM software.
    - Experience of turning and multi-axis turning centres (3,4 and 5 axis).
    - Experience of programming FANUC or Siemens control centres.
    - Familiarity with Nakamura/Daewoo/Puma turning centres.
    - Ability to read and determine specifications from drawings and other relating documents.
    - Exposure to working with exotic materials would be also be an advantage, along with a background in Oil/Gas or Aerospace industries.

    CNC Setter/Programmer - Contract/Perm - Norwich

    Salary: 3 Month Contract £11-£12.50 per hour ltd, Negotiable perm salary

    Essential Skills:
    With a minimum of 2 years’ experience as a setter/programmer, you will possess the following:
    - Experience of turning and multi-axis turning centres (3,4 and 5 axis).
    - Experience of programming FANUC or Siemens control centres.
    - Familiarity with Nakamura/Daewoo/Puma turning centres.
    - Ability to read and determine specifications from drawings and other relating documents.
    - Exposure to working with exotic materials would be also be an advantage, along with a background in Oil/Gas or Aerospace industries.

  2. #2
    Goodness me. A gardener with little experience can get £15/HR. I have to say its been a long time since I have been in engineering but I am amazed how low the wages are for skilled people. or maybe I am just getting old.

    Bruce
    The more I know, I know, I know the less. (John Owen)

  3. #3
    I have noticed that people have viewed these vacancies but not really replied with interest, what would be a rate that people are looking for? Any feedback is always appreciated as I can then use this information to negotiate better rates.

    Jessica

  4. #4
    Jessica

    I cannot help you but I would like to say that you have a great attitude. I am sure there will be someone here to advise. Or just maybe that is the going rate.

    Bruce
    The more I know, I know, I know the less. (John Owen)

  5. #5
    A general craftsman in the building trade looks for £150 a day on average in the building trade. If you did an apprenticeship and learned the skills required to do a job worth selling what would you want?
    If the nagging gets really bad......Get a bigger shed:naughty:

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by VTR-MaraJ View Post
    CNC Setter/Operator Night Shifts (7pm-7am) Temporary to Permanent based near Stanstead Airport

    Salary: Training (4-5 days) on day shift rates: £9.50 per hour, Night shift rates: £12.50 per hour

    Essential Skills:
    - Working with/on MAZAK, HERMLE or HURCO’s milling machines.
    - Milling/machining titanium, aluminium or ‘106’ grade steel.
    - Have a background in aerospace precision machining (ideally)
    This is absolutely insulting. Day rates of £9.50 and this is London as well where the cost of living is higher and you want a background in precision Aerospace?!? Damn leeching recruitment companies, I bet the job pays an extra £8 an hour more only they want their cut for doing very little. Legal daylight robbery.

    With those rates you'll find no one here.

  7. #7
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  8. Sorry, you posted while I was typing.

    Michael
    Last edited by m.marino; 11-02-2012 at 10:33 AM. Reason: To comply with request of board owner

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Roberts View Post
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    What if your not interested in the Job or any of the above but just want to tell them what Scum bags they are for trying to exploit good hard working folks.!! :exclaim:

    Not that I would do that of course.!!!!! :lmao:

  10. #10
    For Shinobiwan & JAZZCNC,

    Thank you for your feedback, however I am not in control of the rates. If you are able to advise what the 'going rate' is or what you feel is suitable for the role I am happy to provide feedback to help for future negotiations.

    Best wishes,

    Jessica

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