anew South West Published: Jan 10, 2019
Job Title
CNC Turner / CNC Machinist
Mid Devon
Job Type
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CNC Turner / CNC Machinist

Permanent roles available in Mid Devon to join a busy precision engineering company.

Shifts Available:

  • CNC Machinist – DAY SHIFT 39 hours per week working Monday to Thursday 7am – 4pm and Friday 7am – 12pm.
  • CNC Turners – NIGHT SHIFT 39-hours per week working Monday to Wednesday 4pm – 2am and Thursday 4pm – 1am


  • Setting and operating machines for manufacture of customer orders / Setting and operating vertical and horizontal turning centres along with other large format ring grinding / turning machines.
  • Loading and running programs through prove out according to the tools list and works instructions.
  • Producing a valid first-off component and having it verified.
  • Loading and operating machines to meet desired quantities.
  • Conducting in-process inspection, checking against drawings and specifications to ensure they are made accurately and to the highest standards.

Skills / Experience Required:

  • Min. 2-years’ experience setting and operating CNC machines OR min. 2-years’ experience milling and turning on CNC centres.
  • Fully conversant in Fanuc programming controls &/or Hurco, Siemens and Heidenhain.
  • Experience in reading and understanding engineering drawings and tolerances.
  • Proficient in a range of measuring equipment and inspection techniques.

Qualifications / Skills Preferred:

  • Mechanical Engineering Manufacture Apprenticeship or equivalent NVQ3 / C&G qualification
  • A willingness to learn and constantly improve
  • Good team worker and ‘Can-Do’ attitude
  • High level of IT literacy
  • Experience using CMM, pre-set meters and gauges


  • Competitive salary
  • Good benefits package
  • Free on-site parking
  • Generous holiday allocation.

Job Ref: AN6595

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