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Job Role: Multi-Skilled Machinist
Company: Calder Industrial Materials Location: Chester Salary: £23,381
Are you an experienced Multi-Skilled Machinist who would thrive working within the busy team of a prestigious manufacturing business? Then don’t miss this superb opportunity to join the team at Calder Industrial Materials.
Calder Industrial Materials is a highly reputable manufacturing company with headquarters based in Chester, with significant experience delivering high quality, tailored solutions for a wide range of customers worldwide. Calder is one of the UK’s leading building materials suppliers, delivering lead sheet and a wide range of ancillary products to builders’ merchants nationwide. In addition, Calder are also the UK’s leading specialist in lead engineering. The company designs, manufactures and installs radiation shielding and other products in the nuclear, medical and other markets.
Reporting to the Machine Shop Cell Leader, as a Multi-Skilled Machinist you’ll be responsible for the operation of various conventional and CNC Machine tools. Your responsibilities and duties will include, although not be limited to:
Setting and operating various machine tools, including CNC lathes, CNC milling machines, pedestal drills, radial arm drill, and bench and surface grinders
Setting up machines for production operatives in a safe and efficient manner
Reading and interpreting engineering drawings
Highlighting and communicating issues that may arise and implementing corrective actions
Ensuring job clocking / worksheets are completed as required
Ensuring that health, safety and quality standards are complied with
To be considered for this Multi-Skilled Machinist role you MUST have the following experience, qualifications, skills, knowledge and attributes:
Proven experience as a Multi-Skilled Machinist within an engineering company
Time served recognised apprenticeship
Good knowledge of machine tools, including lathes, milling machines, pedestal drills, radial arm drill, bench & surface grinders
Experienced CNC programmer setter / operator, with a recognised qualification in CNC programming
Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings
Ability to measure accurately and work to within +/- 0.025mm
Fully conversant in the use of inspection equipment
Ability to plan method of work including tooling, jigs and fixtures etc.
Flexible attitude and willingness to learn
Excellent time management skills
The following experience and qualifications would be advantageous, but not essential;
Experience with 3 axis milling machine programming and setting
Ability to competently use motorised workplace transport and overhead gantry cranes
Knowledge of Heidenhain and ONECNC programming software
Experience of CNC milling machines, Fanuc 18-t series, and HAAS machinery
Additional Benefits: 4 weeks annual leave plus bank holidays, contributory pension scheme following successful probation period, cycle to work and childcare voucher schemes, and free car parking.
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Get Into Nuclear
The key point of interest for you upon reviewing this is role is that we have not had to use the green highlighter at any point as there are no nuclear specific requirements for you to gain employment in a company that manufactures components in the UK Nuclear Industry. You will see that this role is for an experienced person who has the ability to work within a highly regulated environment and to work to tight tolerances. One thing not mentioned above but will be the case is that if there is any job/contract specific requirements (e.g. a client cleanliness specification) training will be undertaken either on the job or as part of the contract works.
You can find out more about CNC training at the CNC Training Centre if you feel that you'd like to up-skill yourself for such a role.
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