CNC Programmer (Delcam Powermill)
Location: Bedford, England
Salary: GBP28000 - GBP30000 per annum + + Overtime
An engineering company based in Bedford, are currently looking for a CNC Programmer (Delcam Powermill) to join their busy team on a permanent basis.
As the CNC Programmer (Delcam Powermill) your key responsibilities will include:
• Produce high-value 1-off components to quality, time and budget, in accordance with Project manufacturing tolerances and schedules
• Complete off-line CNC milling programming using Delcam Powermill and Powershape
• Raise program master record sheets as instructions on how to manufacture parts
• Regular communication and co-ordination with CNC Section Team Leader, CNC Technical Lead and other MMC teams to ensure understanding of progress with CNC parts, in particular required quality and delivery dates for the completion of CNC operations
• Make recommendations for process improvement in CNC techniques
• Observe Quality Standards and Health and Safety procedures
Successful applicants for this CNC Programmer (Delcam Powermill) position must have:
• Experience writing off-line 3-axis milling programmes using Delcam Powermill and Powershape
• The ability to interpret engineering drawings
• Have an understanding of tolerances
It would also be beneficial for the successful CNC Programmer (Delcam Powermill) to:
• Be from an apprentice/City &Guilds background
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