NC-programmer (m/f)

Taufkirchen | 20187247

The future of technology is defined by people with vision and innovative ideas – people like you! As experts in engineering and production services, engineering consulting and HR services, for almost 20 years we have been supporting customers from the most diverse of high-tech industries. Become a member of our team of 500 experts and give our customers at 25 project sites the edge over the competition.

Add to your list of professional accomplishments as an NC-programmer and achieve your dreams with ARTS. In your future position you will be working with our client ArianeGroup GmbH in Taufkirchen where your responsibilities will include creating equipment designs and NC programs.

Task description

  • Independent planning of production sequences
  • Creating equipment designs and NC programs
  • Processing large components
  • Creating programs for 21/2D and 5 axis processing
  • Compiling requirements for post-processors

Requirements

  • Qualification in the area of production systems or mechanical engineering
  • Applicants must have several years' experience in processing centres and with lathes, knowledge of programming lathe-milling centres and familiarity with tools such as Inconel and Titan
  • Knowledge of programming using CATIA V5 and also with the Siemens 840D control system
  • Confident user of MS Office and the tool administration system TDM
  • Willingness to work in shifts

Our Services

  • Permanent employment contract
  • Above-average, performance-linked remuneration
  • Bonuses and allowances above standard rates
  • Annual bonus payments
  • Personal support close to work
  • Company pension scheme with employer contributions
  • Extensive opportunities for training and further education

Your Contact

Robin Domschke
HR Management

ARTS
Hermann-Reichelt-Str. 3
01109 Dresden
Germany
robin.domschke@arts.eu
+49 (0)351 / 795 808 72

Local Office

Office Munich

Sonderflughafen Oberpfaffenhofen - Friedrichshafener Straße 3
82205 Gilching
+49 (0)89 / 978 962 110