CNC Maintenance Engineer

Posted 01/04/2021 by FPR Group

Havant, Hampshire
£30,000 - £40,000/annum GREAT BENEFITS

Do you have CNC machine maintenance experience? If so then we have a permanent CNC Maintenance Engineer role on paying anywhere from £30000 up £40000 depending upon how much CNC experience you have. They can offer overtime, either working days or a variation of double days or later shifts (you'll be paid shift uplift accordingly), working at a manufacturer near to Portsmouth.

Sounds great, tell me more!

The company are a leading manufacture, fast paced yet high value engineering serving prestigious markets. You'd be joining a small yet great team of maintenance engineers on site, in this role you'll be dedicated to a specific area of their multi site facility, so working well autonomously and independently is important. In this role you'll work closely with the head of production and tackle mostly breakdowns, get involved with PPM and suggest improvement/ machine procurement opportunities. They typically produce high value parts and you would be working on CNC machinery, mostly lathes, a couple of mills typically performing mechanical fitting and some electrical work - 80% mechanical 20% electrical.

What do I Need?

  • Experience working on CNC Machines
  • Machine maintenance experience
  • Multi skilled, mechanical and electrical experience
  • As a maintenance role you'll need to be flexible to help out when needed
  • Ideally have an understanding of Fanuc controls

This is a rare and great opportunity to work on a large variety of machine shop CNC machinery at a highly reputable, financially strong and secure leading manufacturer massively boosting your career experience and offering you lots to learn!

If you wish to discuss this role in more detail and discreetly please contact Neil Williams at FPR Group for a chat, or click on "Apply Now" to send your CV to us, we will review and come back to your regardless promptly.

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