CNC Miller - Programming/Setting/Operating
£16.02 Standard hours + overtime rate 1 at: £21.05 (after 7.5 hours mon-Fri, or for first 5 hours Saturday) and overtime rate 2 at: £28.22 (all day Sunday) (equivalent to around £44’000 (more with extra hours)
Available as a temp to perm role or ongoing contract
Monday – Friday with plenty of overtime available
Are you a CNC Miller? Are you looking for your next immediately available role? My client is a leading Multi-national engineering business. They are seeking a CNC Miller to work within their busy service centre, producing mostly one off jobs for old and rare pump machinery. The service nature of the business means that more premium rate overtime will always be available. Due to the nature of the shift pattern only the first 7.5 hours are at basic rate.
The successful candidate will have experience of Setting/Operating/Programming CNC Mills, be able to read engineering drawings and working independently to take the image all the way through to the final finished component. Also highly advantageous is offline programming skills in either Alfacam or Mastercam.
On offer here, is an excellent and varied position with fantastic rates. Working for a multinational engineering company with lots of overtime available and plenty of opportunities to progress for candidates that want to move into a permanent role. Or a long term contract for established contractors that prefer to work this way.
• CNC Milling in a busy service centre
• Varied role with lots of one off/prototyping work
• Offline programming, with online edits on variety of machines
• CNC Miller who can set, operate and program
• Established contractor or looking for a permanent role
• Motivated independent machinist that enjoys a varied approach to work
This role is immediately available so please send your CV for the attention of Chris Dixon to be considered for the role. Reference: RTR55594
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