Teledyne Technologies

  • CNC Machinist

    Locations UK-Bromborough
    Requisition ID
    2019-8625
    Company
    Teledyne CML Composites
  • Company Overview

    Operating out of a brand new state of the art facility opened by HRH Prince Andrew in 2011, Teledyne CML Composites can supply the complete Turnkey package, from engineering, lay-up, curing, CNC machining, assembly, paint and NDT. With the added bonus of having metal fabrication and machining capability in-house Teledyne CML Composites can offer a "one stop shop" for the customer looking for a complete composite manufacturing solution.

    Position Summary and Responsibilities

    Job Purpose:

    Responsible for programing, setting and operating CNC milling machines.

     

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Loading and Unloading Machining fixtures
    • Setting our range of Five Axis and Three Axis Machines
    • Using measuring equipment such as micrometres, Vernier’s, plug gauges, screw gauges, ring gauges
    • Carrying out regular Maintenance and Cleaning of Machines and Tools.
    • Good understanding of CNC Programming
    • A good understanding of drawings and geometric tolerances
    • Good understanding of component drawings
    • Fanuc Controller experience would be beneficial

    Qualifications

    To be successful in this role you are likely to have the following:

    • Highly detail oriented.
    • Methodical Approach
    • Hardworking, enthusiastic, flexible, team player who is also able to use their own initiative & is a self-starter.
    • Able to follow Work Instructions/Standard Operating Procedures.
    • Strong communicator.
    • Open to working shift patterns
    • Able to work unsupervised
    • Able to work in high pressure manufacturing environment
    • Able to work within the guidelines set out in the Teledyne CML Composites Works Procedure Manual and Quality Procedure Manual.

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