Vacancies

CNC Turner

Requirement:-

An opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated and dynamic CNC Turner (Siemens/Fanuc/Mazatrol) to join a long-established company with a world leading
reputation for design, development and build of deep hole drilling machines, cutting tools and provider of precision subcontract machining. Working within the company’s Subcontract division in Chessington, Surrey the role will be directly involved in the provision of subcontract machining services to blue chip customers
across varying sectors. The company has a renowned reputation for producing machined products to the highest specification and quality, working to tight deadlines.

Skills / Responsibilities:-

The ideal candidate will be an apprentice trained or time served engineer working as a CNC turner with relevant experience of at least one of the common control systems (Siemens/Fanuc/Mazatrol) together with a strong understanding of precision subcontract machining and engineering. Applicants must be able to work on their own with minimal supervision and accept some flexibility of working hours if required to meet customer deadlines. The individual must also be hard working and extremely reliable, possessing a proactive problem solving approach and be a strong team player.

Requirements:

  • Preferably apprentice trained CNC turner.

  • Experienced with at least one of the following Siemens/Fanuc/Mazatrol.

  • Excellent organizational and multitasking skills.

  • Positive can-do attitude.

  • Attention to detail and disciplined.

  • Ability to work under strict deadlines.

  • Excellent communication skills.

Responsibilities:

  • Create, load, examine and modify CNC programmes.

  • Set up tools and adhere to tool management procedures.

  • Identify and report errors.

  • Suggest and implement improvements.

  • Adhere to company quality procedures.

  • Used to working to fine tolerances in a range of materials.

  • Be familiar with a wide range of measuring equipment and confident with its use.

  • Able to work under own initiative.

Package:

  • Competitive Basic rate salary linked to experience.

  • Scope for significant levels of overtime at enhanced rates and potential for shift premiums.

  • Pension scheme.

  • Life Assurance.

  • Participation in company bonus scheme.

  • 5 weeks holiday.

 

Please email your CV and details to vacancies@mollart.co.uk 

 

Machine Tool Fitter / Service Engineer.

Requirement:-

An opportunity has arisen for a Machine Tool Fitter / Service Engineer to join a long established company with a world leading reputation for the design, development and build of deep hole drilling machines, cutting tools and a provider of precision subcontract machining.

Working within the company's Machine Tool division, the role will be directly involved in the manufacture and commissioning of deep hole drilling machines of varying specifications to meet ongoing customer orders. The company has a world leading reputation for producing deep hole drilling machines to the highest quality and specification.

In addition to this onsite Machine Tool Fitter role, the company is also seeking individuals to undertake onsite installation / commissioning of newly manufactured deep hole drilling machines, together with servicing of already installed machines, throughout the globe. This service role will involve foreign travel for extended periods which requires a flexible and adaptable attitude.

Skills / Responsibilities:-

The ideal candidate will be an apprentice trained or time served engineer educated to City & Guilds or BTEC level with relevant experience and a strong understanding of precision machine tool fitting practices.

You must possess the ability to assemble from component level using hand tools and standard measuring equipment, working to tight tolerances and appreciate the need to maintain a very high standard of workmanship.

Applicants must be able to plan and work on their own initiative with minimal supervision and accept some flexibility of working hours if required to meet customer deadlines. The individual must also be hard working and extremely reliable, possessing a proactive problem solving approach and be a strong team player.

You must be able to communicate both verbally and in writing with colleagues and when required with customers at their premises in a professional manner.

Additional skills required / expected:

  • Hand scraping
  • Machine alignments
  • Installation and commissioning of machines
  • Ability to read and understand engineering drawings
  • Use of standard measuring equipment working to tight tolerances
  • Turning
  • Milling
  • Surface grinding
  • Hydraulic and pneumatic circuits
  • Basic electrical circuits and fault finding
  • Experience of CNC and PLC controls
  • Understand all aspects of engineering drawings and processes

Package:

  • Competitive Basic rate salary
  • Scope for significant overtime - approx 20% + of basic salary
  • Pension scheme
  • Life Assurance
  • Participation in company bonus scheme

 

 

Please email your CV and details to vacancies@mollart.co.uk