CNC Lathe Programmer

Posted a week ago by Gatemaster

Bognor Regis
£25,000 - £30,000/annum
A week ago

CNC Lathe programmer - £25K - £30K pa + bonus– Bognor Regis

The Role

Would you welcome the opportunity to play a key role at a business aiming to be a global leader in its industry?

We are seeking an exceptional engineer with the ability to program and set our sliding head lathe and also get involved in other exciting engineering tasks to ensure our ambition of continuous improvement is maintained. In 2020 we are investing significantly in new machinery to ensure we maintain our growth in global markets.

The key responsibilities of the role include, but are not limited to:

  • Keeping the sliding head lathe operating daily.
  • Using other machine tools to repair and manufacture tooling under the supervision of our toolmakers.
  • Assisting Production to resolve engineering issues.
  • Taking ownership of and overseeing production of new product projects.

The Company

We manufacture a range of internationally renowned gate hardware. An ambitious company with a bright future, we are developing and marketing new products to expand our global sales. Key to our success is our top-notch customer service.

As a family-owned business, we prefer to look at the long-term perspective over momentary gains. As a result, we have cultivated an open and friendly team, cultivating cohesion based on core values: honesty, added value, highly responsive and problem-solving approaches.

The Person

The key skills and qualities for this role are:

  • Customer-first attitude.
  • Experience in CNC machine programming and setting.
  • Energetic.
  • Great team worker.

If you are keen on joining this exciting, forward thinking company and taking the next step in your career, then please click the apply now button to find out more.

Contract Length:
Job Reference:
Job ID:
Less than 10

Create new Job Alert

Create a new Job Alert to make sure you see the best new jobs first!

Your search has been saved and has been added to your Job Alerts

Remember: You should never send cash or cheques to a prospective employer, or provide your bank details or any other financial information. For more information on conducting a safe job hunt online, visit