Vacancy Department: Onsite Machining

The Technician/Machinist will carry out machining activities in the ICR Carnforth workshop to support the undertaking of safe systems and work relevant to the operational requirement of On-Site Machining, together with carrying out On-Site Bolting.

This role will report to the Workshop Supervisor.

  • To be competent in aspects of maintenance and testing of On-Site Machining and Hydraulic Bolt Tensioning equipment.
  • To comply and adhere to role as per ICR Training and Competency Framework ICR-BMS-01-HR-PRO-062.
  • Carry out the operation of all workshop machine tools in ICR Carnforth facility, this is to provide machining cover for all business units in ICR, this shall include the manufacture of jigs, fixtures, and components.
  • Ability to look at potential scopes of work, to prepare equipment and manufacture any necessary modifications.
  • Assist with pro-active breakdown-repairs / maintenance of portable machines in the support of site operations.
  • To support with maintenance and testing of On-Site Machining and Hydraulic Bolt Tensioning equipment.
  • Manufacturing / modifying equipment from CAD drawings.
  • Completion of all record sheets in accordance with company guidelines.
  • Ensure good, safe working practices in the workshop are maintained at all times with compliance to the Company’s HSE policies.
  • Responsible for all QA/QC checks on all product and service lines are carried out as per job requirements where necessary.
  • Assist with inventory and ensure all minimum/maximum levels are maintained.
  • Assist with organising general workshop machining and assisting with general workshop tasks if workload demand.
  • Provide weekly updates to Workshop Supervisor / Operations Manager / Business Manager on all activities.
  • Maintain records in accordance with internal quality systems, procedures.
  • From time to time it may be necessary for employees to carry out other relevant tasks and duties to contribute towards achieving total customer satisfaction and improving the operational effectiveness of the Company.
  • Suitable training / skill level to operate the workshop machine.
  • Must be able to read engineering drawings
  • IT skills: Microsoft Word and Excel (minimum) and SAP (preferably).
  • Mechanical time served apprenticeship or equivalent qualifications and experience in mechanical/ engineering discipline.
  • Experience in a mechanical/ fitter background.
  • Good organisation skills;
  • Good report writing skills;
  • Ability to adhere to quality management systems and internal processes e.g. ITP.
  • Ability to work on own initiative and self-manage own workload and those of others;
  • Sets high standards in quality of work with attention to detail;
  • Flexibility and the willingness to contribute to new ideas and processes is a must.