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CNC Machinist

Location:
UK
Sector:
Aerospace & Defence
Job Type:
Permanent
Salary:
Market related
Reference:
075941

Role

CNC Machinist

Full Time Permanent Role

40 Hours a week

Cosham

 

My Client is looking to take on a CNC Machinist on a full time permanent basis. The role is working 40 hours a week, the position is based in Cosham, Hampshire. Below are some of the responsibilities for yourself and further down are the skills and experience my client is looking for.

 

KEY TASKS IN THIS ROLE:

Online programming using CAM systems including Delcam Powermill / RTM, and experienced in cutter path generation

• Operate 3 axis and 5 axis CNC Machines using Heidenhain

• Manufacturing/Automotive/F1/Aerospace background

• Must possess a strong engineering background including precision machining

• Experience in machining different types of materials

• Experience in working to a high level of accuracy and tight deadlines with the minimum of supervision

• Mould toolmaking experience would be beneficial

• Basic understanding of milling practises

• Multi machine setting

• Housekeeping and administration of job sheets

• Compliance to Health and Safety

• Housekeeping/Administration of job sheet requirements

 

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE:

• 4 year time served Toolmaking apprenticeship (Desirable)

• Good communication skills

• Attentional to detail

• Able to work on your own or part of a team

 

At First Recruitment, we understand just how important it is to secure the right people. That's why our consultants always take the time to understand requirements in detail and offer sound advice to both clients and candidates.

 

This is a superb opportunity for anyone looking to work for a reputable organisation.

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