Our client is an established, leading precision engineering company supplying to countries around the world to various industries including:
· Marine Engineering
· Prototype, Design and Development
Manufacturing high quality precision engineered parts using various precision engineering techniques and small batch runs.
After year on year success they are looking to recruit experienced CNC Millers & CNC Turners - Programmers who can programme set and run CNC Mills within their Milling and Turning departments using Fanuc or Mazatrol, or Heidenhain controls .
The successful CNC Millers & CNC Turner will be able to programme set and run their own machines and be able to take a drawing and produce highly precision complex components with minimal supervision.
CNC Millers & CNC Turners - Programmer Setter Operator
Fanuc, Heidenhain, Mazatrol controls
Can be machining complex, highly precision parts.
CNC Millers & CNC Turners Programmer, Setter, Operators should be both competent and experienced machining engineers, capable of understanding drawings and process operations across a broad range of materials/style of work.
The positions are permanent, full-time with excellent rates of pay.
If you are an experience CNC Miller or CNC Turner Programmer Setter Operator with experience of Fanuc or Mazatrol, or Heidenhain looking to progress in your career and join an established business that will offer excellent rates of pay along with support and stability then this is for you.
Contact Keith Canning at Anthony James on 01344 203016
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