Are You Seeking The Latest CNC Turning Roles In Surrey?
Monday, June 5, 2023
Gregory Martin frequently has roles in one of the most important sectors in the UK: the aerospace industry. This sector has been worth over £18.6 billion in exports so far this year. Recent research has also shown that £37 billion is added to the UK economy by the aerospace and defence industry.
Latest opportunities include those for a Setter Operator (CNC Turning) in Camberley, Surrey for both day and night shifts.
The right candidate will be required to perform setting and operating duties in the CNC Turning section machining components from a range of materials. The machine controls are mostly either Mazak or Fanuc. The company has two Turn/Mill Lathes one of which has a Y axis and sub-spindle. There is also a Mazak J200 Integrex Mill/Turn in the section.
Mainly you will work on preparing processes and tooling sheets with pre-created programmes. However, you may need to utilise your machine-side editing skills.
Some knowledge of conversational systems (Mazatrol/Hurco) would be advantageous. You will need to understand materials and machining techniques and be able to demonstrate an ability to plan and execute jobs under pressure. Although not essential a recognisable apprenticeship plus significant post-training industrial experience will be the greatest indicator of your abilities in these areas.
What kind of experience do you need for this CNC Turning role in Surrey?
Previous experience must include CNC setting and operating experience – 2 – Axis Turning Centres. You should also have knowledge of CNC programs (Fanuc as well as some Mazatrol or conversational).
The right person will also have accomplished setting and proving skills, be able to understand engineering drawings, and have a good knowledge of materials, speeds, feeds cutters etc.
Also desirable is a familiarity with aerospace quality systems and with mill/turn machines, Y-Axis and/or sub-spindle.
If you’re interested in this Setter Operator role in Surrey, simply get in touch for more information.