CNC Setter/Operator

Your Company:
The team at NET Recruit are partnering with a highly successful manufacturing business to join them on their search for a CNC Setter/Operator to join their team in the Bournemouth area. The company provide excellent solutions to their clients, across a number of niches including aerospace, automotive and industrial, among others. Due to recent success they are investing in their future, expanding many of their internal teams and reaching a wider customer base, requiring a cohesive and proactive support system in place to supplement their offerings.

The person in this position will be joining a bustling manufacturing team, handling the setting up, operation and maintenance of the machines in order to support production to meet targets for the business and customers.

This role will be worked on a shift pattern that has a two week cycle. Week 1 hours are 6am-2pm and Week 2 is 2pm-10pm. These shifts are Monday-Friday and come with a shift allowance.

Role and Responsibilities
While in this position your duties may include but are not limited to:
  • Setting and operating CNC machines
  • Escalating machine malfunctions with the aim of reducing any downtimes and supporting production to continue
  • Measuring tooling as well as loading and unloading, whilst also changing tooling and offsets to align with dimensions
  • Inspecting finished parts to ensure these meet the required quality and specifications
  • Following engineering drawings, instructions as well as machining processes
  • Updating TPM charts to track and raise issues that cannot be resolved
  • Logging daily output targets in order to highlight issues alongside suggesting solutions for improvement

What You Will Need To Apply:
To be considered for this role, applicants must have previous experience as a CNC Setter/Operator, ideally within a manufacturing/engineering environment. Previous experience reading engineering drawings and using precision measuring equipment is required, as well as the ability to sensibly interpret documents such as safety instructions and manuals. It would be beneficial to possess a certification from a machining program or apprenticeship, although this is not essential. Excellent communication and organisation skills are paramount to success in this position, as well as a good problem-solving mindset.

What You Will Get In Return:

For the successful candidate, a base salary of up to £35,000 will be on offer, depending on previous experience and relevant knowledge as outlined in the description, to accompany a comprehensive benefits package that will include but is not limited to, a generous holiday allocation and good pension. There will also be a shift allowance of 25%.

Moreover, the business will provide fantastic opportunities for development and clear routes of progression within the business. There will also be ample opportunity to expand your skills and knowledge, keeping up with market trends and information, therefore ensuring that your knowledge is kept up-to-date and highly transferable.

To enquire further about this role, please reach out to:

Sian Peters - Recruitment Partner

M: 07842 415723