Semi-skilled CNC Setter (Ramtic Kitter) 3 Months FTC

UK-Vale of Glamorgan-Miskin
Job Reference
MD10117
No. of Openings
4
No. of Openings Remaining
1
Division
Machine Tool Products Division

Overview

           

 

Due to continued success, we have an exciting opportunity for the position of RAMTIC Kitter at our world class Miskin manufacturing site. The purpose of the role is the Kitting and Dekitting of RAMTIC Carousels to support RAMTIC production (RAMTIC - Renishaw's Automated Milling, Turning, and Inspection Centre). The opportunity is based on a 3 shift working pattern (6am - 2pm, 2pm - 10pm, 10pm - 6am).

Please note, this role is a 3 month FTC with possible extensions.

Responsibilities

•Manual kitting of RAMTIC Carousels whilst adhering to the Quality Standard, within the set time.
•Basic inspection of completed parts in accordance with quality documentation.
•Maintain the high standards of housekeeping in the working area.

 

Key Requirements:

•Ability to demonstrate written and numeracy skills
•Ability to follow written and pictorial instructions accurately
•Ability to safely use a range of hand tools used during the kitting process

 

Desirable Requirements:

•A comprehensive knowledge of the RAMTIC kitting process would be desirable
•Basic pc skills required, although full training will be given to successful applicant

Person specification

As the successful candidate you will value the importance of attention to detail. You will will have the ability to work unaided whilst forming part of a team. A positive “can do” attitude would also be of benefit. Good communication skills are essential for the role.

 

Benefits:

Working at our headquarters in New Mills gives you access to a fully equipped gym for just £1 a month, a subsidised onsite restaurant, free parking and sports and leisure societies. Of course, we appreciate there’s more to work than the office, so we also offer 25 days holiday, a 9% non-contributory pension.

 

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