CNC Machinist M/F

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Every day in 25 countries, we (8,500 people) create the sustainable solutions the world needs by inventing the technologies of tomorrow across the entire spectrum of industry: from metallurgy to advanced logistics, from cement plants to the tech industry, from the IoT to aerospace.

By Joining Fives, you'll become an entrepreneur who is involved in the design and management of the project from start to finish. Come and work with a group of passionate women and men, proud to be pioneers and above all proud to make the world move forward.

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United Kingdom

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Fives Landis Ltd. - Keighley


Attractive salary and benefits package including:
Life Assurance Plan
Perkpal Benefit Platform
HealthShield healthcare and wellbeing plan
Up to eight hours of paid medical appointment leave per annum, in addition to holidays
On-site subsidised canteen
Free parking in a secure carpark
Enhanced maternity/paternity
28 days holiday (plus bank holidays)

Job location

Job location

Europe, United Kingdom, West Yorkshire, Keighley (BD)

City and Zip code

BD20 7SD

Job details

Job title

CNC Machinist M/F

Job type

Permanent position

Job content

Scope of the role:

Located in the Machine shop department the CNC Machinist will be responsible for producing parts to fulfil Assembly, Aftermarket and Spares requirements. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

·        Be highly involved in contributing to the entire manufacturing process, from completion through to delivery.

·        Ensure procedures are adhered to and documentation is controlled and good quality parts are given to Stores in time

·        Programming, setting and operating CNC machining centres

·        Producing complex components in accordance with quality, delivery and cost requirements

·        Working and measuring to very tight tolerances

·        Flexibility across various departments to include turning, milling, grinding, boring, file and dress, heavy machining and inspection as and when required

·        Working from and understanding engineering drawings and computer generated models

·        Ability to apply knowledge of materials and machining methods

·        Ability to work with minimal supervision and plan workload effectively to achieve targets

·        Prove out and editing of CNC Programmes

·        Act as a positive role model for good Health & Safety practices

Education and Experiences

·        Apprenticeship trained engineer

·        Practical knowledge of milling, boring, turning and grinding processes.

·        Good understanding of engineering drawings and geometrical tolerances

·        Good communication skills

·        Knowledge of modern manufacturing practices: continuous improvement, 5S, Right first time etc.

·        Customer service attitude

Shift flexibility is required to fulfil business needs   

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