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CNC Milling Setter/Programmer

Market Sector:
£25000 - £32000


CNC Milling Setter/Programmer

Our client is a manufacturing company based in St Leonards who specialise in the production of high precision machined components. A vacancy has arisen for a CNC Milling Setter/Programmer to join their busy and friendly team.

As a CNC Milling Setter/Programmer you will be reading technical drawings and ensuring that the machines are set to the correct tolerances, as well as quality checking to ensure all products are finished to high standards. The ideal CNC Milling Setter/Programme will have demonstrable experience of setting and programming, have experience of using Fanuc systems and be able to work independently with minimum supervision.

The Ideal CNC Milling Setter/Programmer will possess the following skills and qualities:

  • Demonstrable experience as a CNC Milling Setter/Programmer
  • Possess a good knowledge of CAD/CAM Programming
  • Previous experience and knowledge of Fanuc
  • Good understanding of engineering and machining principles
  • Ability to programme from drawings
  • Competent computer skills including Microsoft office
  • Be able to work independently
  • Possess a good eye for detail

Your duties as a CNC Milling Setter/Programmer will be:

  • Producing components to customer specification
  • Working with Citizen and Star machines
  • Inspecting produced work
  • Maintaining deadlines and schedules
  • Setting machines to the correct tolerances
  • Reading technical drawings
  • Tool changes
  • Quality checking products produced
  • Ensuring work space is kept clean and tidy
  • Assisting other staff when needed


£27,000 - £30,000 depending on experience


Monday – Thursday, 8am – 5pm

Friday, 8am - 1pm


St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex

Start Date:


Key Words:

CNC Milling, Setting, Programming, Fanuc, Technical Drawings, Tools, Quality, Computer Numerical Control, Citizen, Star



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