Offers “Adecco UK Limited”

20 days agoAdecco UK Limited

CNC Setter / Operator

  • Whitstable (Kent)

Job description

·  Location
Whitstable, Kent
·  Salary
£ 30810 - £ 38853 / Year
·  Job type
·  Industry
Manufacturing and Production
·  External Reference
·  Category
Industrial & Manufacturing and Production - Manufacturing

Job Title: CNC Setter / Operator

Location: Whitstable, Kent

Salary: up to £38,853

£12.64 - £15.94 per hour + 25% shift allowance

Hours: WEEK 1: Monday to Friday 6am-2pm / WEEK 2: Monday to Thursday 2pm-10.30pm / Friday 2pm-7.30pm

Our Client:

A renowned manufacturer at the forefront of innovation, specialising in cutting-edge solutions for various industries. Their commitment to advanced technology, quality, and customer satisfaction has earned them a reputation as a leader in their field.

Role Summary:

As a CNC Setter/Operator, you will play a vital role in our client's production process. Working with state-of-the-art CNC machinery, you will be responsible for setting up and operating machines to manufacture high-quality components with precision and efficiency. Your expertise in CNC setting and operating will be essential in delivering exceptional results.


·  25 days annual leave + bank holidays, increasing with length of service

·  Closed bank holidays (if required to work bank holidays are paid at double time)

·  Cycle to work scheme

·  Employee discount on Dell PCs

·  Employee Assistance Programme - 24-hour telephone line, counselling, financial support and much more!

·  Group life assurance scheme

·  Group income protection scheme

·  Matched pension contribution up to 6%

·  Salary sacrifice scheme on your pension

·  Earn extra mile vouchers

·  Overtime paid at a premium

·  On site part subsidised canteen

·  Free on site parking

·  Free sight test vouchers and prescribed safety glasses if required

·  Yearly occupational health assessments

·  Career progression

Key responsibilities within your new role would be to:

·  Set and operate CNC multi-tasking lathes to manufacture components from raw materials.

·  Ensure products are to the highest quality before being sent to the assembly line.

·  Produce small to medium size components in a timely manner,

·  Inspect work to engineers drawings using various measuring equipment.

·  Report and quality defects to the machine shop supervisor.

·  Complete daily, weekly and monthly maintenance checks on the machines.

·  Maintain good housekeeping and report any issues promptly.

·  Optimise efficiencies through reduced set-up and cycle times, plus tool life and monitoring.

·  De-burring, cleaning and final inspection of products.

·  Completing all required paperwork to ensure tractability.

·  Carry out other duties as requested.

Experience and skills required for this position:

·  Knowledge of operating CNC machine tools.

·  Experience of setting and operating CNC lathes, with a minimum of 4 axis.

·  Experience of reading and editing faunc programs.

·  Experience within a low batch component manufacturing industry.

·  The ability to read and understand technical drawings.

·  Be able to use a range of measuring equipment to ensure the accuracy against the drawing.

·  The ability to perform repetitive tasks over a long period of time.

·  Knowledge of operating twin spindle machines would be advantageous.

·  The ability to work to AS9100 aerospace quality standards would be advantageous.

Next steps:

If this sounds like the ideal position for you and you have the experience outlined above, then please apply and you will be contacted by a member of our team if your CV matches our requirements.

If you would like any further information before applying, then please call Ellie (Permanent Consultant) on 01233 646632.

Alternatively, if you know someone who may be suitable for this role please share the details, if you successfully refer a friend you will receive a £50 voucher *terms apply*.

Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explaining how we will use your information is available on our website.

To speak to a recruitment expert please contact Ellie Gawn

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