• Apprenticeship Reference: 1346851349-2
  • Date Posted: 4 June 2024
  • Apprentice Employer: Siamo Recruitment a division of Siamo Group
  • Location: Gloucestershire
  • Apprentice Pay: On Application
  • Apprenticeship Sector: Civil Engineering, Engineering, Health and Safety
  • Apprenticeship Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

About this Apprenticeship

Are you looking for an exciting new opportunity as a CNC Machinist to take the next step in your career? Would you like to work somewhere that you can apply your skills and knowledge with a company that really values and rewards your hard work?

We at Siamo Recruitment can offer you exactly this. We are working with an industry leader, a true pioneer of their field. Our client is giving access to their unrivalled benefits package, shift flexibility, and a welcoming, warm work environment.

We re looking for a CNC Machinist who will fit into the values of the company and be an asset to the dynamic and growing team. If you are a well-rounded individual with a keen eye for quality, this role is the perfect way for you to elevate your career.

What s available for you to work as a CNC Machinist?

  • Day Shift
  • Double Day Shift / Rotational Pattern
  • Night Shift

What are the great benefits offered to the ideal CNC Machinist?

  • Bonus Scheme - potentially over £2000
  • 25 days of annual leave + bank holidays (ability to book on an hourly basis)
  • Annual salary review
  • Industry leading pension scheme
  • Time served sick pay scheme
  • Christmas Closure
  • Life Assurance (3 x basic salary, eligible after probation, under 65s only)
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Early workday finish on Fridays
  • Free onsite parking
  • Paycare Health Cash Plan
  • 3 x Free hot beverages a day, with machine tokens
  • Free eye tests
  • Peer to Peer nomination scheme
  • Free company uniform
  • Pay date on 24th of each month
  • Quarterly visits from financial advisors for employees

What will you be doing as a CNC Machinist?

  • Running the CNC machines, in compliance with the speeds and feeds provided by the programs and monitoring the performance, ensuring that cycle times are carried out correctly.
  • Execute cycle inspections, making sure all parts produced are within tolerance and completing ADRS report sheets when required.
  • Working with the priorities and specifications that are set by the production supervisors.
  • Setting up the machines and tooling fixtures, as requested by the Production Engineers.
  • Supporting apprentices with their on-the-job learning.
  • Multi manning machines, when required to do so.
  • Cleaning and de-burring the parts you ve produced.
  • Immediately reporting any non-conformant parts, after establishing the cause of error.
  • Maintaining Health and Safety standards, following appropriate protocols and assisting colleagues to do the same.
  • Recording all production hours and non-productive hours.

What will make you the ideal CNC Machinist?

  • Previous Workshop experience.
  • Experience in all aspects of machining, both manual and CNC.
  • Qualification with an Engineering apprenticeship or possessing relevant experience.
  • Confidence with rudimentary IT skills.
  • Experience with controlling Fanuc machines is essential.
  • Experience and knowledge working with Duplex and Nickel Alloy Materials.
  • Strong literacy and numerical skills.
  • Experience of machine part inspections using gauges.
  • Capability in metric conversions, based on drawings.
  • Ability to edit CNC programmes when needed.
  • Ability to use CMM for inspections.
  • Versatility with multiple machines.