AMOT is a leading global manufacturer of control, safety and hazardous area solutions for engines, compressors, turbines and other rotating equipment in the oil and gas, marine, power generation and transport industries.
Based in Bury St. Edmunds, we are looking for a highly experienced Programmer/Machinist to strengthen our existing team.
The successful candidate should have a miminum of 5 year's experience within a machining/work shop environment and be able to carry out all machining tasks and requirements. Programming experience is essential, in particular knowledge of Fanuc Programming, HAAS and Mazatrol Controllers and HSM Inventor CAM system would be a distinct advantage, together with experience of tooling design and manufacture.
Summary of the Role:
Highly skilled in more than one area/process and flexible to carry out duties without close supervision. Has knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures. Fully skilled through experience and training, able to carry out all machining tasks and requirements. Produces parts using various types of machinery in various areas of the machine shop, within the time limits as per order requirments, to the specifications of relevant process documents and to a quality as required by relevant detail drawing.
Essential Tasks & Duties:
Responsible for reading and interpreting technical blueprints.
Responsible for inputting the design specifications, adjusting machine cutting parths and performing quality checks on final product.
Responsible for developing programmes and tooling methods as may be required.
Responsible for first off and periodic inspection of their own work and others as required.
Provide support to the Team Leader/Line Manager as required, both in his duties and relevant team duties.
Able to assist, train and mentor other team members/employees in order to develop their skill set and allow team development and growth.
Supporting all other operational functions as required.
Develop machining and other processes in order to improve throught put and efficiency where ever possible.
Responsible for performing routine machine maintenance and troubleshoot any issues that arise during the manufacturing process.
Education & Experience
Minimum of five years’ experience within a machining/workshop environment - Certification in relevant discipline or related experience and/or training.
Minimum of NVQ/City and Guilds in engineering practices or equivalent experience, time served apprentice.
Experienced working with cast materials (Bronze, Alloy, Iron, Stainless, Brass).
Experience in working with multiple machines and in executing tasks that can be both complex and repetitive, such as Lathe turning - Manual & CNC, Milling - Manual & CNC, Drilling/Tapping using various gauges.
Knowledge & Skills
Knowledge of Fanuc Programming, HAAS and Mazatrol Controllers and HSM Inventor CAM system experience would be an advantage.
Tooling design and manufacture experience would be advantageous.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
Experience of working to close tolerances.
Abrasive wheels Certificate advantageous.
Ability to prioritize and schedule workload.
Punctual and reliable, with good communication skills.
Thought-provoking: Capable of making others think deeply on a subject
Dedicated: Devoted to a task or purpose with loyalty or integrity
Team player: Works well as a member of a group