Title: CNC Operator
Salary: £24,500 pa
Shift Pattern: Start ASAP but from April will be working following shift rotation pattern (2weeks days then 2 weeks nights)
They can choose : Sunday - Tuesday or Wednesday – Friday working: 6am-6:30pm / 6pm – 6.30am
Benefits: 33 hols, pension, life assurance
To hold one or more of the below:
•Apprenticeship, HNC/HND or City and Guilds qualification within an engineering discipline or equivalent.
Experience and Knowledge
•Experience of working in a high volume process/production environment
•Attention to detail
•Quality measurement equipment
•Ability to work on a shift rotation pattern
•Basic IT knowledge
•Experience within a high volume, precision manufacturing environment
Quality of the parts you are making:
Make sure you know the Product and Process specifications before starting a job.
Aim to set the job to the middle of the spec with as little variation as possible.
Satisfy yourself that the parts you are making conform to requirements at all stages of manufacture.
Comply with quality procedures at all stages:
Product identification and traceability
Control of non-conforming product
In process controls and inspections
Conform to all relevant work instructions, procedures, specifications and process documentation.
If for any reason you are doubtful about the quality of the product you are making inform your Cell Leader.
Contribute to activities aimed at quality improvement - of product and processes.
Quantity of the parts you are making:
Be aware of production requirements regarding quantities of product and timescales for their production.
Aim to work as efficiently as possible without compromising quality standards.
Inform your Cell Leader of any process related problems - tooling, machinery, etc. so that relevant people can be involved at an early stage.
Contribute to activities aimed at improvement of efficiency - of process, systems, and organisation
Accuracy of data associated with the parts you are making:
Ensure all in process inspection records are completed accurately.
Supply accurate data regarding quantities and times so that job progress and job costing records are truly representative of the real situation.
You are a member of a production team within the production team within the company team.
Work within your team but be aware of the wider issues. You will be called on to assist other teams as the occasion demands.
Contribute to activities aimed at continual improvement of the operation.
Machinery and Tooling
Keep machinery and tools in a clean, tidy and well maintained condition.
Inform your Cell Leader of any requirement for repairs or modifications - to machinery or tools - so they can liase with the relevant people.
It is your responsibility to work safely.
Comply with the Company Health and Safety Policy and Procedures.
Ensure you have sufficient training to carry out any tasks allocated. If not, ensure that training requirements are raised with your Cell Leader.
Keep your work environment clean and tidy.
Progression to Setter
· keep a log of all set ups so that once up to speed authorisation can be obtained to gain setter status
· consistently set jobs in under 4 hours also meeting the following criteria
· less than 1000 pieces set up scrap
· run with no problems OEE greater than 70%
Mechanical knowledge, very analytical with excellent fault finding skills. Experience of working in a high volume process/production environment. Attention to detail, adherence to company processes and procedures. Use of engineering drawings and quality measurement equipment,
Setting experience, Basic IT knowledge, experience of high volume, precision manufacturing environment, qualification in an engineering discipline. GCSE Maths and English minimum grade C
Good communication skills within a multitude of teams
Able to participate in team discussions related to the process/ production function regarding Quality/continuous improvements and WCM
Responsible for accurate quality control and packing of the product ensure that all procedures and documentation are adhered too, Non-conformities to this must be reported to the Cell Leader and the appropriate course of action must be taken.