CNC Turner/Programmer

DATS is recruiting for a CNC Turner/Programmer to join a well-established and growing manufacturer based in Manchester, Northwest.

Role: CNC Turner/Programmer
Position Type:  Permanent
Salary: £13-£15 per hour DOE
Location: Manchester
Industry: Manufacturing
Reference: HQ06878
Date Posted: 16/11/2018

Our client manufactures and repairs products for the printing industry, working with a wide range of clients around the world. The client is looking for someone to be responsible for the running the CNC Turning machine. You will be Programming, setting and operating the machine, working to very tight tolerances and ensuring that all the products are made to meet expectations.

This is a chance to join a well-established company with excellent training and progression opportunities.

  • Working with CNC Turning machines to produce products going into the printing industry.
  • Programming, setting and operating the machines.
  • Ensuring all products are up to customer expectations.
  • Reading of engineering drawings.
  • Working to tight tolerances

What skills and experience do you need?

  • Previous experience on working with CNC Turning machines/Lathes.
  • Ability to programme, operate and set machines.
  • Experience in using HAAS or Fanuc controls.
  • Twin turret and Multi spindle experience is beneficial.
  • Ability to work alone and use own initiate.

What are the pay and benefits?

  • 22 days holidays plus bank holidays.
  • Overtime available.
  • Great progression and training opportunities.
  • Free onsite parking.

DATS is an equal opportunities employer that promotes and celebrates diversity in the workplace.

If you feel this opportunity could be a fit for your skills and experience, please reply to this advert and one of our Consultants will contact you to discuss the role in more detail. Recruitment processes with our Clients usually move quickly and successful applicants will advance to interview stage promptly. Regrettably, only applicants who demonstrate the required experience outlined in the advert will be contacted.

If successful, candidates will need to prove eligibility and legal entitlement to work in the UK