Night Shift CNC Setter/Operator 265 views1 application

Would you like to work for a world leading manufacturer, with the products you help to make being used internationally?

Our client, based in Gloucester, is currently looking for several CNC Setter/Operators to work the night shift at their modern factory.

This business is continuing to grow and this is a great opportunity to work for a well respected and prestigious manufacturer.

As a CNC Setter/Operator you will be tasked with ensuring the smooth running of a suite of machines. You will be expected to make sure they run in line with customer specifications and manufacturing schedules whilst maintaining the highest quality at all times.

Your duties will include:

  • Ensuring machines are correctly set up, properly used and maintained.
  • Ensure documentation is completed on time
  • Monitor the operation of machines and their output
  • Carry out machine changeovers

Skills and experienced needed:

  • Great communication skills
  • Good teamwork skills
  • Ability to work under pressure and prioritise workload
  • Good attention to detail

Hours:

12 hours shifts – 6pm – 6am (7 shifts over 14 days)

To apply: Please send your CV to Robin – industrial@teamwork-selection.co.uk or call 01452 615544.

Teamwork Selection Ltd acts as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies and an Employment Business in relation to temporary vacancies. We always like to speak to every applicant but due to the current climate this is not possible therefore if you have not heard from us within 5 days please assume that you have been unsuccessful in this instance. Teamwork Selection is an equal opportunities employer.

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