CNC Mill/Turn Operative

Recruiter
3DOM Recruitment Ltd
Location
Birmingham
Salary
£26,000 per annum
Posted
08 Aug 2017
Closes
20 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Full Time

Mill/Turn Operative - Days OR Nights

JOB TITLE: CNC Turn Mill Operative

REPORTING TO: Manufacturing Manager

DEPARTMENT: Production

JOB PURPOSE:

Work within a workgroup to produce precision machined components from a variety of metals to include exotic metals such as titanium Inconel and Nimonic. To produce high quality precision parts to customer and quality specified tolerances using best practise modern methods. To contribute to the team and help to develop and maintain best practices.

MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The running and setting of 3 and 5 axis CNC Turn - Milling machines (vertical and horizontal)
  • Tool setting which includes the setting of tool geometries
  • Setting and changing of fixtures, clamping fixtures and clamps as and when required
  • Loading and unloading of fixtures using overhead cranes, slings, chains etc.
  • Adjustment of offsets
  • Capable of producing conforming first offs to drawing and quality specifications
  • Achieve specified quality standards
  • Conform to specified health and safety standards
  • Communicate problems through work group and concern and countermeasure trackers
  • Work within the designated workgroup to plan, prioritise and perform work to satisfy customer and company needs
  • Assist in developing group goals and objectives
  • Maintain housekeeping standards
  • Carry out daily TPM activities as required
  • Develop and maintain standardised work
  • Provide guidance and assistance to other group members
Identify, share and submit good ideas (best practice) to the work group.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  1. Must become familiar with quality standards and maintain and achieve specified

Standards at all times.

  1. Required to produce conforming components "right first time"
  2. Train and coach fellow colleagues to suit the business requirements
  3. Provide feedback on best practice in the area.
  4. Be an effective member of the workgroup structure

JOB CHALLENGES:

  1. Parts produced from a variety of materials to include titanium, Nimonic, Iconel etc.
  2. Maintaining specific tolerance levels when working on parts
  3. Updating off sets.
  4. Becoming familiar with processes and working practices
  5. Minimise the risk of producing reject parts by following the correct procedures.
  6. Working to SOPs (work instructions) to achieve a standard product.