Reg: 7512, CNC Setter / Operator – Turning, Tipton – West Midlands
The candidate is a career driven, versatile and results driven individual, with a proven track record in driving production and exceeding targets and deadlines on a daily basis. Efficient and meticulous, working to tight specifications and achieving customer expectations. Able to deliver consistently high results in a perplexing and sometimes stressful work environment, whilst assisting the shift manager to achieve targets set by senior management. Well spoken, confident and able to communicate with all levels of staff and management.
He is looking to take his career to the next step and develop his skills with a company where they invest in their employees and where he can grow and progress. He knows that with a resilient eagerness to learn, skills and knowledge gained through past experience and academic abilities, he will make an ideal candidate as he can transfer these assets and apply them to anything he does. He has completed a self- funded college course in introduction to CNC and part programming. He is able to read simple engineering drawings and can gain an idea of what they require of him to understand fully. Currently he is learning the drawings to a more in depth standard to help develop his setting skills further. He is now currently working at a company where they offer full training to get to a setter/operator stage. He operates mainly victor lathes currently, which utilise Fanuc controls. Having only been there a short amount of time, he still keeps his options open as the perfect daily hours would be 6-2 with overtime or a day’s based role with an early finish on Fridays also with overtime over the weekdays/weekends to increase earning potential. Regarding training, he would like this to be given as thorough and as intense as possible to get him to a sufficient standard in an efficient amount of time. At the minute, the training he receives is quite slow and he doesn’t feel to be reaching his full potential, as he knows he can cope with more, which gets frustrating because all he wants to do is learn more and as much as he can.