Salary – £28,176
City Building is one of the largest construction companies in Scotland which provides a range of repairs and maintenance, construction, manufacturing and refurbishment activities across the public, private and third sectors. We cover a wide range of activities from new build construction to repairs and maintenance in some of the City’s most prestigious buildings and employ 2253 individuals including 250 within RSBi.
From its roots as a supported factory for the visually impaired, RSBi, the manufacturing division of City Building, provides a comprehensive design and manufacturing service offering customers access to a wide range of products including kitchens, office and educational furniture, beds, soft furnishings and also bespoke products.
RSBi is a unique organisation with exceptional resources and a varied capability. It is today committed to providing employment opportunities for people with disabilities, as well as helping towards the economic regeneration of the local communities and beyond. This contribution makes RSBi one of the country’s leading examples of social enterprise, combining commercial success with socially responsible practices.
Due to the continual growth of the business, and expansion into new markets, RSBi are now looking for an experienced CNC Programmer/Operator to support the Production & Design Manager in creating CNC programmes / files.
You should have experience of working within a fast flowing manufacturing environment, have extensive experience, and be proficient in the use of CAD/CAM software packages, while further looking to develop your skills in CNC and product design.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a successful and growing design team with great scope for personal and professional development. The successful applicant will have excellent technical knowledge, coupled with a sound understanding of technical drawings based on product design, NC machining, product assembly and specifications.
The successful applicant will be keen to develop further within a growing manufacturing business, and enjoy working on projects from concept to completion. You should be hardworking, flexible, be a team player, have a can do attitude and have a keen eye for detail.
You will have the ability to work on you own initiative and to tight deadlines. You will be an effective communicator who has the drive to embrace new skills and technology.
A clean current UK driving licence is essential.
If you feel you have the necessary skills and experience for this post then please apply by forwarding your CV and covering letter to our HR Section at firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to 350 Darnick Street, Glasgow G21 4BA no later than Friday 14 December 2018.