Job advertisements pour cnc machinist, miller à Luxembourg

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On this page, you will find a large number of job advertisements published by employers who are recruiting in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Whether you are looking for a job as a milling cutter (or CNC machinist) on a permanent, fixed-term or temporary contract, you are at the right place to find your future company.

The miller, often referred to as a CNC machinist or a milling cutter, works most often in a factory where he or she is in charge of shaping items using numeric control (NC) or traditional machines. With the help of a plan and his tools, in that case a milling machine, he is able to manufacture all kinds of mechanical parts, often from metal. To perform its missions successfully, he or she must also make sure that the safety rules for machining operations are respected. His main day-to-day tasks are the creation of manufacturing programs, the tool adjustment, the identification of machining phases and then the cutting and peeling of the items.

To work as a milling machine operator, job offers in Luxembourg indicate you must first obtain an adequate training. Fortunately, this job is accessible in several ways. For example, in France, a CAP CSI (Industrial Systems Control), a Bac Pro Machining Technician or sometimes a BTS Industrialisation of Mechanical Products will allow you to work as a miller. Employers looking for candidates for this position also require that interested candidates show autonomy, rigour and meticulousness in order to properly carry out all their tasks. When sending your application for a milling job, don't forget mentioning all these qualities on your CV and cover letter. This will help you convince recruiters and differentiate yourself during the recruitment process.

After a few years of experience, a miller can develop his or her career and choose to move on to other jobs like team leader, scheduling technician or production operative.