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CNC Machinist

  • Location: Malton
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 4 months ago

  • Sector: Nuclear
  • Contact: Victoria Hyland
  • Contact Email: vhyland@nrl.co.uk
  • Contact Phone: 01942 323277
  • Start Date: 2022-03-09
  • Expiry Date: 20 July 2022
  • Job Ref: 1040184
Nrl are currently recruiting for a CNC Machinist on a permanent basis based in Malton.

The CNC Machinist activities span the following key areas:
  • Production of machined parts by planning, programming, setting up and operating both manual and CNC machines
  • Continual Improvement
  • Safety
  • Maintain high quality standards including keeping records, maintain equipment and supplies
 
Key Duties and Responsibilities      
Production
  • Plan machining operations by reading works orders, engineering drawings, specifications and other work instructions
  • Resolving issues or queries with drawings or other work instructions
  • Programming CNC lathes and milling machines
  • Proving programmes and other first-off operations
  • Setting and operating both manual and CNC machine tools
  • Ensuring accurate routing data and other issues are recorded
  • Organising and maintaining both tools and the working environment to achieve efficient operations
  • Working with the Shift Team Leader to continually push machine operations for the best productivity
Continual Improvement
  • Ongoing assessment of machining processes and procedures to identify and implement improvements
  • Identifying new working methods, tooling or other systems that may improve efficiency
  • Identify Lean and 5S opportunities
 Safety
  • Knowledge and understanding of hazards, PPE requirements and emergency procedures
  • Responsible for house-keeping of allocated work areas
  • Promote adherence to JFN’s Health and Safety Policy, for example:
  • Reporting near misses and accidents
  • Point of work risk assessments and method statements
 Quality
  • Adherence to JFN’s manufacturing processes and procedures to support consistency and quality of manufacturing work
  • Work with Production Engineer(s) and Inspectors to resolve quality issues
  • Complete self-inspection and measuring of components prior to final Inspection
 Key Skills and Competencies         
  • A wide range of precision machine shop skills and experience
  • A thorough understanding of engineering drawings and dimensional/geometric tolerances
  • Good organisational skills and attention to detail
  • General competency in computers, CNC machine programming and computer-aided manufacturing tools
  • A commitment to continuous improvement
 Qualifications
  • A recognised formal apprenticeship
  • NRL connects global engineering companies with the right people to help their businesses grow and thrive, connecting organisations and candidates that share the same values and drive to succeed. As we progress your application our team of talented recruiters will be on hand to help you explore the role and answer any questions you have.
  • We welcome applications from every walk of life, and are committed to driving diversity and inclusion within the industries we support. That’s why our Member Committed to Diversity status with the Association of Professional Staffing Companies is so important to us.