CNC Programmer

Job Title: CNC Programmer
Job Reference: RH/HQ00056914

Location: Shefford
Job Type: Permanent

£26000 - £29000 per annum, Benefits: £26 - £29k p.a 25 days hol + BH 4 % auto pension medical insurance after 6 months.
Sector: Engineering

Posted 12 days ago

We are currently recruiting for a CNC Programmer to join a Bedford located, leading manufacturer of a sheet metal based products. The Programmer will be experienced in Laser cutting, Guillotine, Punch and Press Break machinery.
The Role:
Creation of sheet metal cutting and forming patterns through the use of Cad and software (TruTops / TruBoost / Radan)
Production of Work orders with B.O.M's, routings etc.
Quality assurance checks and reporting of issues.
Management of materials.
The Candidate:
For this role you must have relevant CNC programming experience and knowledge around the aforementioned software including basic AutoCAD/Inventor.
Be experienced in the manufacture of flat sheet metal through Laser cutting, Guillotine, Punch and Press Break machinery.
39 hours per week, 7am - 4pm Monday to Thursday and 7am -12 noon on Fridays
£26 - £29k p.a  
25 days hol + BH    
4 % auto pension  
medical insurance after 6 months.  

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Consultant details

Russell Hibbert

Russell Hibbert

Direct telephone:
01788 824 555

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Julie Alton


Julie Alton

Managing Director

I know that it may sound cliché, but recruitment really is my passion. I have worked in Engineering Recruitment since 1993 and always strive to be known for providing quality recruitment solutions. In an industry where reputation is foremost, I have aimed to maintain a high-quality, honest-service approach throughout all of my roles.

In 2000 I was approached to join the Simon Holdings Group, with a view to extending their Technical Recruitment presence into the Midlands, thereby complementing the progress of their Jenrick Engineering brand in the South since 1967.

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