CNC Turner (Setter/Operator)
£22,300 – £28,300 + Overtime + Holiday + Pension
Excellent opportunity for someone with experience with CNC turning, setting and operating to work within a growing company and work among a friendly team. This varied role will give you the opportunity to maximise earnings through overtime and work various shifts including days, nights and weekends.
This company specialise in both manufacturing parts for various aerospace industries and due to the growth of clients and customers are looking to expand their company further.
In this role you will be based in the Sturminster Newton site, working amongst an experienced team programming, setting and operating CNC lathes to create a wide range of components.
The ideal candidate will have experience as a CNC turner, know how to set and operate and ideally have sliding head or index multi-spindle experience.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing company that will provide you with job security, a friendly working environment and the ability to increase your earnings through overtime and work flexible hours.
*CNC Turning (setting and operating)
*Various shift patterns available
*Opportunity for overtime
*Based in Sturminster Newton
*Using sliding head machinery
*Experienced CNC Turner
*Ideally have a background with Sliding Head machines
*Live commutable to Sturminster Newton
Reference Number: RTR80688
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This vacancy is being advertised by Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd. The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.
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