Chief Technician (Machinist) Division A: Whittle Laboratory

Location
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Salary
£26,243-£30,395
Posted
26 Jun 2019
Closes
15 Jul 2019
Ref
225780308-01
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

Chief Technician (Machinist) Division A: Whittle Laboratory

Department of Engineering, Whittle Laboratory

£26,243-£30,395

Reference: NM19686

The Department of Engineering has a vacancy for a skilled Workshop Technician (Machinist) to join the Whittle Laboratory in Division A, which supports world-leading research and teaching.  The posts offer variety and challenge in a stimulating, modern and continually improving well-equipped environment.

Working closely with research and teaching staff as part of the technical team that provides key support and guidance, the main responsibilities of the posts will include design and construction of very sophisticated equipment and teaching and supervising practical skills to students and researchers.

You should have a sound instrument, tool making or machining skills background, have completed an engineering apprenticeship and be fully familiar with a wide range of workshop machinery and techniques. Experience with CNC machinery, CAD and CAD/CAM software would be a considerable advantage, although training will be given.

The successful applicants should be educated to HNC level and have completed a recognised apprenticeship in mechanical engineering. They should also have sound IT and communication skills.

Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 3 years in the first instance.

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Closing date: 15 July 2019

Please quote reference NM19686 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.

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