£25,000-£35,000 + benefits
Mon to Thurs 0830-1730, Fri 0830-1500
Leading innovative local manufacturing company.
- You will be responsible for programming 3 and 5 axis CNC Machines in F2
- You will be responsible for improving and working to lean manufacturing process.
- You will be responsible for ensuring the safety of both employees and machinery within F2.
- You will be responsible for training / mentoring less experienced programmers within the department.
- You will liaise with tooling and software manufacturers to drive continuous improvement.
- You will investigate and apply techniques to reduce cycle times and explore new technology to improve workshop through-put.
- Have at least three years machining experience.
- Have at least 3 years offline programming experience using a CAM package. (Mastercam / Hypermill / Delcam / Catia or equivalent).
- Experience working within a lean manufacturing environment.
- Must have excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
- Must have excellent time management skills.
- Must have a flexible attitude to changing deadlines.
- Possess strong computer skills to include all programs in the Microsoft Office Suite
- Be able to read and interpret engineering drawings
- Working knowledge of Fanuc and Heidenhain controls advantageous.
- Ability to work independently, or as part of a team, with little or no supervision.
(Our client reserves the right to expand on the above criteria to facilitate shortlisting)
Salary & Hours of work
- £25,000-£35,000 + benfits
- Overtime time and half
- Mon to Thurs 0830-1730, Fri 0830-1500
Why use Zenrec
Most of jobs Zenrec have are exclusive only to Zenrec and we specialise on recruitment throughout Northern Ireland & Ireland. Recruiting in many different fields means we have gained valuable experience in various sectors. This experience and industry knowledge means we are in the best possible place to match you with the right jobs.
Our client is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community