CNC Milling Machinist

Posted By: Jessica Hooton
Salary:
Location: Newton Aycliffe
Job Type: Temporary
Category: Manufacturing

 

CNC Milling Machinist

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On behalf of our client, a metal fabricator based in Newton Aycliffe, who after continued growth and some exciting upcoming projects, are looking for CNC Milling Machinists to join them on a temporary to permanent basis.

The Role

We are looking for CNC milling machinists with some programming experience to work on a range of both small 1mtr and large 4mtr multi axis machines.  Operatives with experience of Heidenhain, Haas and Fanuc control systems would be an advantage but not essential as training can be given should we feel you are the right candidate

The Hours

 Monday to Friday on either of the below shifts:

8am-5pm

6am – 2pm

2pm – 10pm

10pm – 6am

Owing to location, please ensure you can get there or back

 The Rate of Pay

 Basic:                                  £13.50 per hour

Shift Allowance:               £0.76

Total Pay Rate:                 £14.26 per hour

The Location

The company is based in Newton Aycliffe, this is a DL5 postcode

The Ideal person

 Ideally you will have experience of:

  •  Heidenhain, Haas and Fanuc control systems

Please apply today and a consultant will call you to discuss the role and the company in more detail with you.

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