CNC Setter/Programmer/Miller

Location
Coventry, West Midlands
Salary
competitive salary
Posted
10 Jul 2018
Closes
07 Aug 2018
Ref
10072018CAM
Sectors
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

An excellent opportunity for an experienced CNC Setter/Programmer/Miller to join a well-established company based in Coventry!

Job description

The company is a well-established small engineering firm that works mainly in the Motorsport industry that have built up and maintained a high standard of quality and efficiency that excels in the manufacturing sector. 

The Role:

The right candidate should be an experienced miller and have a good understanding on how to manufacture and produce components from an engineering drawing, programming knowledge as well as having the benefit of programming from 3d cad models would be advantageous.

The job will consist of programming/setting and machining simple to complex components,

As well as at times running on small to medium batch work.

The company uses Fanuc and heidenhein controls on 3,4 and 5 axis vertical machining centres, with offline Alphacam programming software.

Working hours are:
Monday - Thursday: 7.00-4.00
Friday: 7.00-12.00
with overtime available.

In return the company is offering a negotiable wage depending on experience.

If you feel that you have the relevant skills/attribute’s to fulfil this role then please apply now!

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