CNC Production Engineer

Recruiter
Webrecruit
Location
Redhill, Surrey
Salary
Up to £35,000 (negotiable)
Posted
05 Feb 2019
Closes
05 Mar 2019
Ref
KASAC1903/SG-GW
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

CNC Production Engineer 
Up to £35,000 (negotiable)

Redhill, Surrey 

The Company 

Our client is recruiting on behalf of a precision engineering company operating primarily within the retail petroleum and aircraft ground operations markets. 

They are now seeking a CNC Production Engineer to join them at their bright, well-fitted out factory in Redhill. 

Your Rewards 

- Salary of up to £35,000 (negotiable) 
- Excellent pension scheme with up to 8% employer contribution 
- 23 days’ holiday + Bank Holidays 
- Sick pay scheme 

This is a superb opportunity for a talented mechanical production engineer to take their next step with a successful, niche engineering company boasting state-of-the-art technology. 
 

With involvement in ground-breaking projects and a range of world-firsts, the company has provided their components to land-speed world record teams, Formula 1 and luxury car production. What’s more, they help a charity that maintains military aircraft such as a Vulcan bomber, keeps them flying and remembers and supports veterans. 

So, if you are ready for an amazing challenge where you can maintain your hands-on skills, develop a great leadership style and work with fantastic and advanced technical elements, this is the role you’ve been waiting for. 

Your Role 

As a CNC Production Engineer, you will be tasked with overseeing all aspects of production for the company including machine shop operations, CNC lathes and mills and the Manufacturing staff. 

You’ll manage the day-to-day work within the machine shop, programming and setting for CNC machines and carrying out some manual turning and milling activities. 

Your role will also involve: 

- Operating CNC machines to meet production demand and to cover absence 
- Producing small quantities of components for prototyping, demonstration and coaching purposes 
- Managing and training Manufacturing staff 

About You 

To be considered as a CNC Production Engineer, you will need to have experience of the following: 

- CNC programming, both online and offline (preferably Fanuc and Heidenhein systems) 
- Programming, setting and manufacturing methods including CNC sliding head lathes (STAR) 
- CAD design software such as Featurecam and Cimco EDIT 
- Working to ISO 9001:2008 

Other organisations may call this role Production Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, Mechanical Production Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Production Operations Engineer, CNC Engineer, Workshop Manager, or Machining Manager. 

Webrecruit and our clients are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be. 

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