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Horizontal Borer - Manual Machinist

Job Type
Contract/Temporary
Location
Leeds, West Yorkshire
Salary
£16 - £20 per hour + PAYE
Job Ref
BBBH145363_1717592647
Date Added
June 5th, 2024

Horizontal Borer - Manual Machinist

Carbon60 are recruiting for a manual machinist to work for a large engineering company that provide pumps, compressors, turbines, and generators.

This manual machinist role is on a 6-month contract basis and has become available due to continued growth and expansion. The ideal candidate is someone who is apprenticeship trained (or a relevant qualification) and has worked within a related industry.

Role Responsibilities and Skills Required:

  • Ability to setup machine tools: Grinders, Lathes, Horizontal Boring Mill, and Vertical Boring Mills
  • Experienced in Fanuc but will consider other programmes.
  • Read and interpret engineering drawings, and process cards to determine dimensions, tolerances, and materials required.
  • Apprentice trained is advantageous (a relevant qualification will also be considered).
  • Strong mechanical aptitude and working knowledge of machine tools and their functions.

This role is a manual machinist position, but you will need to have an understanding of CNC machines.

Rate: £20 per hour PAYE (day rate), rate will increase if working the night shift. Or £25 per hour UMBRELLA rate.

This role can be considered on either a day shift or a night shift basis.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a well-established engineering company.

If you are interested in the role and want some more information, please contact Marika in the engineering team on 07425 354 032.

Carbon60, Lorien & SRG - The Impellam Group STEM Portfolio are acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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