CNC Turner - Setter - £16ph
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Are you CNC Turner looking to join a really well equipped machine shop where they can offer you 5 weeks of holiday per year, a 7% pension contribution, discounts across all major supermarkets and if you want it they can also offer between 10 and 14 hours a week of overtime, yet there is never any pressure to work overtime.
This CNC Turner role will pay you £16 per hour, working 38 hour weeks as a standard, working Monday to Friday 6am to 2pm. They are based in Segensworth near to Fareham.
Tell me more!
There are over 30 professionals working across machining. The company make complex mechanical assembles which once manufactured are assembled, tested and then distributed on a global scale to prestige customers!
This machine shop has multiple lathes, milling machines and sliding heads - your role will be working on the lathes as a CNC Turner, operating and setting predominantly using FANUC controls. A lot of their work is repeatable, yet as a team they are always coming up with better ways to manufacture and so there will be occasional programming opportunities.
You'll work across a couple of machines typically day to day and set up lots of interesting operations on the lathes and always be kept busy and challenged.
The team have a fantastic work ethos, pulling together and working together well through out all of Covid. The team all look out for each other and always look for ideas to improve machining across the machine shop.
So What do I Need?
- Experience working on a Lathe as a CNC Turner Setter/Operator
- Willing to work well and contribute any ideas to improve operations
- An understanding of Fanuc ideally
- An understanding of tight tolerances
- Able to commute to the site
If you wish to discuss this role in more detail please contact Neil Williams at FPR Group for a chat on 02392483944 or click on "Apply Now" to send your CV to us, we will review and come back to you swiftly! FPR Group is acting within the capacity of a Recruitment Agency for their client.
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