£16 - £18 per hour dependant on experience plus overtime at higher rate
39 Hours per week + overtime (50 hours per week if desired)
Day hours 7 - 7.30am start and 4 - 4.30pm finish time without overtime Monday - Friday
Are you seeking a new challenge with a growing and desirable business in the precision engineering sector?
My client has been established to over 40 years and predominantly supplies to the Oil and Gas Industry.
Offering precision engineering solutions at their best this business work to micron tolerances offering 21st century manufacturing solutions.
Offering continual investments in their people, plant and processes my client demonstrates their commitment to provide quality engineered parts and components to the highest level ensuring complete satisfaction to customer requirements at all times.
Due to expansion the business now required a new Skilled CNC Miller Programmer who has the ability to become a Supervisor and is able to programme online using Heidenhain controls.
The successful candidate will have a background of CNC Milling experience and approach their work with a positive "can do" attitude and perhaps be looking to take the next step in their career and to move from Miller to Milling Supervisor.
You will be hard-working, punctual and always strive to get the job done within the required time-frames and to the exact specification first time, every time
Progression within the business is possible for the right candidate and ideally the successful person will join the team and progress shortly on to become a contact point between the work shop and Management.
For more information please call Claire at Wild Recruitment on (phone number removed) or to apply please upload your C.V. using the link provided.
Please note that no terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of a person's gender, marital status, race, religion, colour, age, disability or sexual orientation. Every candidate will be assessed only in accordance with their merits, qualifications and ability to perform the duties of the job