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CNC Machinist (Setter/Operator)

Market Sector:
£7.5 - £11


CNC Machinist (Setter/Operator)

Our client is a well-established engineering company based in St Leonards on Sea who specialise in making connectors, contacts, accessories, wires and subsea power cables for use in the harshest environments. A vacancy has arisen for an experienced CNC Machinist to join their busy engineering team.

As a CNC Machinist you will need to be able to set and operate CNC machines to accurate specifications. The ideal CNC Machinist must be able to work with minimum supervision and be happy to carry out other tasks when asked.

The Ideal CNC Machinist will possess the following skills and qualities:

  • Minimum of 1 year experience working within an engineering sector
  • Previous experience in setting, operating CNC machinery are essential
  • Ability to read and work from technical drawings
  • Able to use checking equipment
  • Have a flexible approach to work
  • Be a strong team player
  • Specific training will be provided

Your duties as a CNC Machinist would be:

  • Producing components to specified drawings within the given time frame
  • Reading and following technical drawings
  • Setting and operating CNC machines such as Sliding head, Fixed head twin spindle, and Milling
  • Using software controls such as Fanuc, Siemens, and Mazatrol
  • Using checking equipment
  • At all times promoting and maintaining a safe and clean work environment
  • Other duties as assigned


Starting salary of £8 per hour

Moving on to shift work once trained at £10 per hour

This is a Temp placement with possibility to go Perm


39 Hours per week

Monday – Thursday, 8am – 5pm

Friday, 8am – 1pm

(Will move on to shift work once trained, double shift, 6am - 2pm; 2pm – 10pm)


St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex

Start Date:


Key Words:

CNC Machinist, Setter, Operator, Fanuc, Siemens, Mazatrol, Sliding Head, Fixed Head Twin Spindle, Milling, Technical Drawings


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