CNC Programmers (2) - to $79K + bonuses + 6 month reviews! (Job #6611)

Our valued client, an acknowledged international industry leader in the engineering & manufacture of equipment for advanced aerospace applications. We have currently been directed to identify two CNC programming professionals as further described below. Don't delay! Apply today!
Your professional background and contacts suggest you may be able to assist in this crucial, active search.
Permanent Employment Opportunity Announcement
CNC Programmers (2) - to $79K + bonuses + 6 month reviews! (Job #6611)
Location -
East Granby, CT
Education required -
Experience is the key! Any related training, a plus.
Experience required -
1. A solid base of CNC programming for milling machine applications.
2. Exp. with titanium &/or stainless materials.
3. Aerospace experience, a real plus.
4. Experience with vertical &/or horizontal lathes, a plus.
5. Edgecam &/or Vericut programming, a plus.
6. 4 and/or 5 axis equipment experience, a plus.
7. Prior experience as a CNC machinist, a plus.
If you are interested in this opportunity for yourself please call or email us at your earliest convenience after registering in the Candidate Career Center on our web site at http:
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If you have already registered, please don't forget to update your profile/resume at least once per quarter.
Also, if you are not interested or qualified, please call ASAP with any referrals. This is an immediate and urgent need for a valued client and therefore, we are offering a $1,000.00 finder's fee to anyone who leads us to a candidate who is hired for this position.

Alex Craig, General Manager
Technical Placement, Inc.
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