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CNC Horizontal Borer
As a leading supplier to many industries, this company has a solid core of values that set it apart from its peers. Their approach is to be as precise as possible in everything they do, from taking orders to the production process and seeing through everything until the client is happy with every part of the process. You’ll be expected to take on this message and make it a core part of your working routine.
As part of this CNC Horizontal Borer job you'll be;
* Manufacturing parts to tight specifications
* Keeping track of and constantly improving safety records
* Maintain a great level of cleanliness and organisation in your work area
In order to be considered for this CNC Horizontal Borer job, you should have the following experience;
* 2-3 years experience working as a CNC Operator
* Experience working with Mazak controls is preferred – though the company operates a number of different machines
If you're successful in getting this CNC Horizontal Borer position, you can expect to be joining a motivated team who have been with the company for a number of years. There is scope to progress within this company, with several employees making their way up the company’s promotion structure.
Due to the location of the company, this job may be more suitable for people who drive, though public transport to and from the area is good.
How to Apply
If you’re interested in applying for this CNC Horizontal Borer role, click apply or contact Paul McAlpine at the Search Glasgow office. If you’re looking for a position similar to this, get in touch & we can have a chat about what you would be looking for.
Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.
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