Position
CNC Machinist - Miller
Description

Seadub designs, manufactures and reverse engineers components for the yachting industry which includes race boats and Superyachts. We are a small family run business looking for a versatile individual with a keen eye for detail. Our day-to-day operations are short production runs and one-offs.

We are adding to our team and currently have a vacancy for a machinist to run our XYZ SMX3500 CNC Mill.

This role involves programming (conversational), setting and operating with the Prototrak control. Due to the nature of the work that Seadub undertakes, experience of manual milling is essential.

The right candidate will be able to work under their own initiative after a period of settling in.

Experience of Fusion 360 a bonus but not essential.

This is a very interesting role for the right person.

Please email your CV to info@seadub.co.uk or use the Apply Now button at the bottom of this page.

Responsibilities

To manufacture components within tolerances specified on drawings

To program the CNC machines from drawings provided

To set up tooling and stock for the job in hand

To monitor machines performance and assess for any maintenance requirements

To keep the machines in a clean and tidy condition

To work as part of a team to get jobs done when required

To record and report time spent on jobs

Qualifications

Apprentice trained or equivalent experience to NVQ Level 3 Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering

3 x GCSEs Grade C or above (to include Maths)

Position: CNC Machinist - Miller

Thank you for submitting your application. We will contact you shortly. If you haven’t heard from us within 2 working days of your application please call 02380 658 815.

Employment Type
Full Time
Beginning of employment
To start ASAP
Duration of employment
Permanent
Industry
Manufacturing Engineering
Job Location
Unit J, Kemps Quay Ind Pk, SO18 1BZ, Southampton, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Working Hours
0800 to 1600 with overtime usually available
Date posted
May 16, 2019
Valid through
June 30, 2019
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