One of the largest engineering companies in the South East is adding CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Operators to their expanding production team. In search of individuals who are experienced, extremely passionate about CNC machining and ready to take on the challenge of working with us as in one of Ireland’s best hydraulic manufacturing companies. This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a highly skilled and experienced production team.
Your new company
Established for over 45 years, this family-owned hydraulic cylinder manufacturer is going from strength to strength and currently expanding. A friendly, fast-paced working environment with a focus on service, quality, flexibility, and value. Burnside Eurocyl works hard at establishing a solid business relationship with original equipment manufacturers all over Europe and North America. Located in Carlow Town, County Carlow, under 10 mins drive from the M9 and under 40 mins from Kilkenny, Portlaoise, and Buncloady. The company currently operates with 230+ staff and a result of continuous growth now have an industrial electrician apprenticeship vacancy to expand its maintenance team.
Your new role
You’ll join a large multi-disciplinary team and report directly to the department supervisor. You’ll operate CNC equipment to create a vast range of precision engineered hydraulic components. You’ll be required to set up the machine, run small and large batches, provide quality checks and measurement inspections throughout production. You’ll be responsible for the general upkeep and maintenance of the machine. You’ll seek to meet production line targets, committing to continuous improvement and pursuing progressive efficiency of manufacturing processes, while achieving required standards and quality. You’ll be responsible for maintaining a clean working environment. As the company operates a multi-skilled, flexible work policy you’ll be required to work at different jobs from time to time. The above list of duties is not exhaustive.
What you need to succeed
You’ll be dependable, consistent, punctual and equipped with a desire to get assigned tasks completed. You’ll have a minimum of 1-years’ experience operating CNC machines, producing high volume precision components. Experience with Fanuc Control System or similar (Turning, Turn/ Mill, Milling) on 2-axis, 3-axis and 4-axis machines. Ability to design programs desirable but not a necessity. You’ll be experienced using measuring equipment such as internal/ external micrometers, Vernier’s calipers and thread gauges. You’ll be able to read technical drawings and understand its requirements. You’ll have experience working in a team environment, preferably in a manufacturing setting. You’ll be open to learning new skills, naturally curious while being a good listener and prepared for operating in a physically demanding environment. You’ll have to work 39 hours per week, be flexible to work overtime, Saturdays and to report on either of the shifts available:
Mon – Thurs 8:00am – 4:30pm
Fri 8:00am – 3:30pm
Mon 4:30pm – 1:00am
Tue – Thurs 4:30pm – 2:00 am
Fri 3:30pm – 7:30pm
What you’ll get in return
You’ll get competitive rates working for us based upon work experience, we’ll pay you weekly and you’ll be provided on-site training and opportunities to learn new skills and grow in an engineering environment. You’ll have steady hours and short commutes to work, allowing you to maximise your free time. Due to our continuous growth, you’ll have the opportunity for career advancement with us and growth in wages down the line. You will be paid time and a half for overtime hours and you will be entitled to floating days and holiday pay.
What you’ll need to do now
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