At Holford Engineering we are always on the lookout for new entrepreneurs to become an integral part of our growing business. We do believe in the direct approach and with that prefer that any potential candidate applies for positions directly and not through a recruitment agency. The candidates we are looking for will we believe be searching for their own next career opportunity and be showing that level of drive and determination in their search.
However should we utilise the services of a recruitment agency then we would look to work with those who have provided their details following the guide lines set.
· Making sure the candidate is suitably experienced and skilled matching the job description advertised
· You will need to have met the individual personally and interviewed them as well as taken up references
· You will need to submit the candidates CV and covering letter, which must not be unaltered. This is important to us as we want this to come from the candidate themselves
· Only send details of your best candidates, we only want to hear about your stars...
If the candidate is of any interest to us at that particular point then we will contact yourselves in as timely manner as possible.
Thanking you in advance
CNC Programmer / Operator
Holford Engineering has a vast array of large CNC machinery at its facilities from Bedfordshire St Neots, from 3 meter 5 axis milling to 1.2 meter diameter turning. Exotic materials, castings and fabrication processes.
Batch sizes from a bespoke one off component obtained by reverse engineering and prototyping, to devoted batch runs of several hundred.
As we are forever growing we are always open to recruiting dedicated and skilled individuals who are masters of their own chosen trade, to join us with their own take on material removal, set up and cycle reduction techniques with the ability to increase machining efficiencies.
Any potential candidate must have a proven background in CNC machining offline programming experience on the likes of feature cam or CAD cam systems and the availability to work modern shift patterns