Machining Apprentice

Machining Apprentice

Taylor Hobson

Acquired by AMETEK in 2004, TAYLOR HOBSON is part of AMETEK’s Ultra Precision Technologies Division, a leader in the development of ultra-precise measurement devices, precision machining systems, ophthalmic instruments, eye care diagnostic devices, optical lens manufacturing equipment, vibration cancellation systems, and advanced scanners used in reverse engineering, quality assurance and 3D printing.

Vacancy location Leicester
Working week 37 Hours hours
Wage £15,000

Acquired by AMETEK in 2004, TAYLOR HOBSON is part of AMETEK’s Ultra Precision Technologies Division, a leader in the development of ultra-precise measurement devices, precision machining systems, ophthalmic instruments, eye care diagnostic devices, optical lens manufacturing equipment, vibration cancellation systems, and advanced scanners used in reverse engineering, quality assurance and 3D printing.

Join our well-established training program supporting both academic and hands-on training. Develop the skills and knowledge to be able to Produce components and Tooling on a variety of both manual and CNC machines whilst supporting all areas of the business. Continue your development to grow into a key member of Machine Shop production team and progress your career into the wider business.

  • To be able to produce components / tooling using a range of manual machines safely and to the required quality and within reasonable time scales
  • To be able to setup and operate various CNC Machines 3 axis to 5 axis to produce accurate components safely and to the required quality and within reasonable time scales
  • To be able to read drawings and measure components to the drawing tolerances using various measuring kit
  • To be able to finish basic components on both surface & cylindrical grinding machines safely and to the required quality and within reasonable time scales
  • To be able to select the correct grinding wheels, balance and dress them for specific components
  • To be able to finish diamond turn components to drawing tolerances and handle them carefully
  • Develop lean and continuous improvement skills to improve day to day operations.
  • Become a part of both the Apprentice and Machine Shop teams, working together to achieve success.
  • Display an ability and desire to develop and grow with the business.
  • Develop understanding and knowledge of all aspects of Taylor Hobson Operations through secondment placements in other areas of the business.
  • To be able to use computers and software to aid in the manufacture of components

Minimum of 5 GCSE’s at grade 4/C or above to include Math’s, English Language and Science

 

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