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CNC Programmer job role, Dudley

More info for this full time permanent job in Dudley listed by Alecto Recruitment closing on 26-04-2019

CNC Programmer

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CNC Programmer

Alecto Recruitment are currently in partnership with a well-established Manufacturing company, who have an exciting opportunity for CNC Millers and Turners to join their team located near Dudley.

The Role:

As a CNC Programmer, your duties will include;

  • Programming CNC Mills or CNC Lathes
  • Writing programmes from scratch
  • Working to tight tolerances
  • Making components for the Science & Technology/Space/Nuclear industry

The Candidate:

To be considered for this role you must possess the following;

  • Strong experience Programming
  • Must be able to write programmes from scratch
  • Millers - Haas, ProtoTRAK and/or Heidenhain experience would be an advantage
  • Turners - Haas experience would be an advantage
  • Must be able to work to tight tolerances

The Package:

  • Up to £15.00 per hour
  • Monday - Thursday (07:30 - 16:30) Friday (07:30 - 12:30)
  • Overtime - Time and a half
  • 33 Days Holiday
  • Pension Scheme
  • Life Cover

To apply for this role and find out more details, please forward your CV to Aishah Lanzon, Alecto Recruitment. or call in strict confidence.

Alecto Recruitment Limited is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

If your experience matches please forward your CV immediately. We thank all applicants who respond, but only those short listed will be contacted.

For more information about the positions we are currently recruiting for, please take a look at

Posted on: 15/03/2019

Listed Until: 26/04/2019

Location: Dudley, UK

Type of Employment: permanent, full time ~37 hours per week

Salary Amount: GBP £26325

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