ob Reference: J0013518
Job Title: Machinist
Start Date: ASAP
New Increased Rates
About the Company:
Our client who is a global leader in aerospace maintenance, repair and overhaul, providing responsive quality support for turbine engines, fixed wing and rotary aircraft are looking to increase their team and currently require a number of machinists to join them at their facility in Hampshire.
To carry out precision machining of gas turbine engine components to meet repair scheme specifications, quality and production schedule requirements;
To be able to inspect own work;
To manufacture/ modify fixtures and tooling for the Machine Shop and any other departments as required;
To assist production engineering with tool, fixture & jig designs & implement these into repair & overhaul procedures;
Conduct all work in accordance with company policies, health and safety procedures, quality procedures, manufactures and customer specification and industry regulations;
Complete all documents related to the work being performed;
Set-up, machine, check and carry out final inspection of work (or production tooling), in accordance with approved documentation / data;
Ensure machine tools, production tooling, holding devices and equipment are safe and satisfactory to use, rectifying any unsafe conditions within the jobholder’s capability;
Manufacture of small component details (sleeves, etc.) in accordance with detail part drawings;
Provide technical guidance and assistance of custom tooling & equipment throughout the plant, including design changes and review of all Tool Service Bulletins;
Carry out scheduled preventative maintenance on machine tools, as defined in machine preventative maintenance log books; and
Adherence to our Quality Management Systems (QMS), Safety Management Systems (SMS), Environmental Management Systems (EMS) and all associated Business Manuals.
Skills and Qualifications:
Completion of indentured apprenticeship as a machinist or tool maker.
Good level of secondary education. Able to read, write and carry out calculations accurately. Knowledge of Geometry and Trigonometry advantageous.
Relevant and proven machining experience, preferably (but not essentially) from and Aerospace environment.
Experienced in jig-boring, milling, turning, grinding (cylindrical preferred), and bench fitting.
Ability to read and use precision measuring equipment
Ability to read technical engineering drawings, both modern and older standards.
Able to read, follow and action approved machining and inspection in accordance with approved information and procedures.
Familiarity with metric and imperial measurement.
Able to select work-holding devices, set-up and operate machine tools competently
Good written and oral communication skills.
Initial and Current Human Factors Certificates
Applicants must be eligible to live and work in the EU.
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Aeropeople’s expertise and experience is entrenched in the aerospace, aviation, engineering, motorsport, automotive, and defence industries. We have the insight and know-how at both a local and international level to help bring people and businesses together, saving time and energy. Our capability is validated through our Engineering Services division encompassing Aircraft Line Maintenance services and Continuing Airworthiness Maintenance Organisation (CAMO), combined with our Aviation Training division offering technical training aircraft courses.
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