Tyne and Wear
£13.88 per hour plus shift allowance
CNC and Machining
A leading North East based Engineering Company based in Tyne and Wear are looking for an experienced CNC Turner to join their team in a permanent role. Our client is committed to providing pioneering engineering services to their customers; this is an exciting opportunity and a well-rewarded role for the ideal candidate.
- The successful candidate will report directly to the Shop Manager and will have the primary function to undertake duties associated with the operation of using CNC machine tools to meet production requirements.
- Operate machines to required quality standard and in accordance with engineering drawings and specifications.
- Programme machines to produce single, small batch or a series of components and finished products.
- Work with a range of materials including exotic materials, nickel, super alloys, stainless steel, brass, duplex and aluminium.
- Interpret engineering drawings and work with imperial and metric measures to ensure dimensional accuracy
- Use a range of measuring equipment together with working knowledge of inspection procedures to undertake self-inspection.
- Work as part of the machine shop team and interface with the production support department including production control, engineering, maintenance, and design.
- Operate computer systems for recording of work activities.
- Support the training of apprentices and trainees.
- Applicants should be time served (or possess other equivalent qualifications) and should have specific previous experience in Turning.
- Ideally experience in Fanuc, Mazatrol controls
- They will demonstrate a positive, innovative and motivated approach to their work combined with an ability to work under pressure with time constraints.
- The successful candidate will also have a flexible approach to work activities including working various machines within capability and working shifts as required to meet production needs.
- Please note that this role operates various shift patterns including a three shift and continental shift patterns, depending on workload