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Vacancies

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Cleaner/ Workshop Hand

R Winter Tooling is a modern company based in Rochester Kent

 

Part Time – Potentially Full Time Depending On Experience

 

The candidate will need to be fit to allow for the physical work required. Workshop experience would be an advantage.

 

A Cleaner/ Workshop Hand is required for the cleaning maintenance of two modern engineering factory units.

 

The candidate will be required to clean the factory workshops, machinery and infrastructure as deemed by R Winter Tooling management.

 

Further tasks would include emptying of swarf bins, maintenance of machinery (Cleaning filters, swarf related clearing) and the general running of the workshops for a safe environment.

 

Other work may include restructuring of workshop items involving lifting and organising under direction.

 

Subject to aptitude the candidate can be trained in the use of a forklift and potentially helping technical staff for setting up work and machines.

 

Other potential work may include packing of finished work and introducing the candidate to basic workshop skills.

 

​Hours and rates of pay will be considered based on experience.

 

CNC Miller/Turner – setter/operator

An opportunity has arisen within R Winter Tooling for a CNC Miller - setter/operator. 

The successful candidate will be involved in producing small batch work to suit our customer base in the Aerospace, Military and Automotive industries.  The candidate will be responsible for setting and operating CNC machinery liaising with the offline programmers.

We are looking for a CNC Miller/Tuner – setter/operator who ideally has the following skills:

  • Experience of setting & operating 3 & 5 Axis CNC Mills and lahtes (training will be provided if required).

  • Familiar with the use of Fanuc, Mazatrol & Heidenhain (training will be provided if required).

  • Basic TNC control programming experience advantageous.

  • Off line CAM experience advantageous.

  • Have a good understanding of engineering drawings.

  • Competent using measurement equipment (i.e. Vernier’s, Bore Micrometers, etc)

  • Understanding of calculating speeds and feeds to the relative material being cut.

  • Adjusting tool compensations where required.

  • Good eye for detail in quality.

  • Must be a proactive team player, with a positive ‘can do’ attitude.

 

The benefits of working for this company are:

  • Competitive rates of pay.

  • Potential career progression.

  • Overtime available as and when required.

  • Working in a clean modern facility.

 

The company offers 39 hours/week plus overtime, 25 days holiday and the government pension scheme.  Rates of pay will be based on the candidates experience.

 

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