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CNC Machinist, Tallaght

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Location:

Tallaght, Ireland 

Job Category:

Engineering

Salary:

€15.00 - €20.00

EU work permit required:

Yes
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Job Reference:

SYN2473_1623313501

Job Views:

36

Posted:

10.06.2021

Expiry Date:

25.07.2021
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Job Description:

CNC Machinist

Location: Dublin, Ireland
Salary: To €20ph
Hours: 39 hours a week, Monday - Friday
Job Type: Permanent

An exceptionally busy manufacturing business based out of Tallaght, Dublin are looking for additional CNC Machinists to add to their ever-growing workforce.

The responsibilities of a CNC Machinist:

* Setting and operating a variety of 3,4 and 5 axis CNC Mills (Hitachi Seiki, Mori Seiki, DMG and Matsuura)
* Using Fanuc/Heidenhain controls to set, operate and edit programmes
* Performing self-inspection using handheld inspection tools (verniers, calipers, micrometers etc)

The profile of a successful CNC Machinist:

* Used to machining at tight tolerances to produce tooling and pharmaceutical products
* Familiar with self-inspection tools and techniques
* Capable of setting, operating and editing using Fanuc/Heidenhain controls
* Open to working shifts if required

The company:
Well established pharmaceutical company based out of Dublin

If you think you have the skills necessary to be a success in this role, please click apply.
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Company Info
Syntech Recruitment Limited
22 Park Street
Camberley, Surrey, United Kingdom
Phone: 01276405870
Web Site: www.syntechrecruitment.co.uk
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