Jon Vinall's jobs: 4 jobs

Jon Vinall's jobs:
4 jobs

£28000 - £32000
Job title: CNC Programmer Setter/Operator
Location: Tamworth
Hourly: UPTO 14.60 + Shift allowance
Hours: Mon - Thurs 2pm - 12am

I am recruiting for a well-established machine shop who are currently looking to recruit a CNC Programmer Setter, Operator to join their inhouse toolroom. As the CNC Programmer Setter/Operator you must possess the ability to Program online offline using Fanuc/Heidenhain controls.

Day to day duties will include the following:
• To write and prove out programs
• To carry out milling duties
• To plan and implement the methodology of producing the relevant components
• To set and operate machines, when no programming is required (Milling)
• For the successful candidate this may lead to the position of section leader

_At least 3 years' experience CNC Programming using Fanuc/Heidenhain - Essential
_Milling experience - Essential
_A general knowledge of tooling requirements, speeds, feeds etc - Essential
_The ability to use offline CAD systems (1 CNC) - Advantageous

WorkForce manufacturing are responsible for placing several hundred dedicated operatives out to work every day across the West Midlands. We operate from several prime locations in the area, and are likely to have an office right near you. Job categories include; Order picking, Warehouse, Stores, Despatch, Packing, Assembly, Machine operating and FLT Driving. We are always on the lookout for the very best talent, so if you know anyone, refer them to our professional and friendly team who will be more than happy to help.

Jon Vinall

Our client, a leading engineering and manufacturing company based in the West Midlands are currently seeking a Machine Shop Manager/ Production Manager to manage the daily activities of their highly skilled machinists and state of the art Machine Shop.
Do you have sound knowledge of CNC machining and or manufacturing production environments and Management?
If so, this is the job for you!
The duties will include:
Lead, motivate and develop a team of machinists
Manage Production on a Day to Day basis
Plan and prioritise the daily machine shop operations
Identify key areas for improvement within the machine shop to improve the efficiency and quality of items produced.
Contribute in production and management meetings to develop the machine shop and its production capabilities.
Provide regular feedback to employees, carry out performance reviews and ensure all training and skills are up to date.
Calculate accurate costings and times for jobs along with any associated tooling costs.
Monitor production quality and standards
Manage shop floor consumable stock and introduce new and improved stock control processes
Positively and proactively tackle engineering and manufacturing challenges.
Develop the capability and capacity of the machine shop
Maintain a high standard of housekeeping
Ensure compliance with all health and safety and PPE requirements
The desired candidate will have leadership experience in a similar manufacturing environment role and a machining background.
You will have the ability to organise and prioritise along with being able to work to tight deadlines in a fast paced environment
For further details please forward a copy of your CV today!
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: 40,000.00-55,000.00 per year
Days based role Monday to Friday

Jon Vinall

Up to 35,000

Hours37.25 hours

Head of department Operations Manager

Direct reportees

Production operatives in the following areas:
All employees relating to production of product classified as Steel

Job Purpose

oTo lead the manufacturing function keeping within budget and achieving output targets to exceed customer requirements and standards.
oHave full accountability for ensuring safety, customer quality, cost and delivery requirements are met.
oBe responsible for developing an enthusiastic, motivated and flexible team by building working relationships ensuring that Health, Safety and Environmental requirements are adhered to.
oTo manage the team on best practice; establishing standard policies and procedures whilst also mentoring and leading the teams.
oTo implement and manage continuous improvement and modern manufacturing principals by highlighting deficiencies and recommending changes in training, working practices and processes.

Key responsibilities and duties

Improve manufacturing excellence by:

oEffectively and efficiently managing the production of the required daily/weekly/monthly targets and meeting customer specifications, exceeding where possible quality and delivery expectations
oCommunicating and liaising with other departmental managers regarding throughput of parts to ensure production targets are met
oIdentifying and implementing process improvements across both own and supporting departments
oAssisting with resolution of quality concerns (internal and external customers)
oBuilding customer relationships (internal and external customers)
oSupporting both the Operations Manager and Technical specialists through provision of resources to enable them to achieve their objectives
oSupport and ensure complicity with Health & Safety regulations, the Company Handbook, Quality standards, and all other Company policies and procedures
oManage and lead the team, by
oensuring adequate staffing levels are available,
omanaging holiday allowances,
orecruiting high calibre employees;
oidentifying training & development needs of the team,
oconducting appraisals
omanaging attendance
oDealing with disciplinary issues
odaily supervision to maximise efficientt productivity
odelivering a high performing multi-disciplined team
oEnsuring risk assessments are carried out in a timely manner and counter measures implemented ensuring a safe working environment
oMonitoring the completion of tasks and ensure good performance and record on appropriate systems
oConsistently promote high standards through personal example and roll out through the team so that each member of the team understands the standard and behaviours expected of them
oIdentify and qualify capital expenditure requirements
oProactively contribute to creating a good team atmosphere
oTakes ownership for team cohesion and team development
oDeveloping a culture of continuous improvement

Qualifications required/ desirable

oQualified to degree level, ILM Certificate of level 5 or above or equivalent
oSix Sigma qualification

Experience required / desirable

oMinimum of 5 years' experience in manufacturing environment
oCompetence in problem solving, team building, planning and decision making
oDemonstrable evidence of leading a team
oAbility to communicate with employees at all levels of the business
oUnderstanding and ability to work in an SME
oLean manufacturing/kaizen experience
oERP systems knowledge

Personal qualities and attributes required by the Company

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