About the job

PROMAN are currently recruiting for experienced CNC Press Brake Operators for our client in Ashton-Under-Lyne. You would be joining a business who are a market leader in their industry and have operated for over 65 years.

The role: -

  • Set and operate press brakes machines- Trumpf, Salvaginini or Amada.
  • Set up, program, and operate the CNC brake press to produce high quality products to drawing specifications.
  • Maintain programmes within the machine and deal with any errors.
  • Reading customer specifications on drawings and quantities.

The candidate: -

  • Be able to work all of the below shifts.
  • Must have skills on any of Trumpf, Salvaginini or Amada press brakes.
  • Ideally have experience with skills in the folding disciplines, and have experience of working with steel sheet up to a thickness of 1.2mm on machines.
  • Ideally 5 years of industry experience but not essential.
  • Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings.
  • Computer literate.

Hours of work: -

Days- Monday to Thursday 8am-4.30pm and 8am-4pm Friday

Rotating Shifts- Monday to Thursday 6.30am-2.15pm and 6.30am-1.45pm Friday

                             Monday to Thursday 2.15pm-10pm and 1.45pm to 9.30pm Friday

Night shifts- Sunday to Wednesday 10pm-6.30am and 10pm-5.30am

Continental Shifts- Four on four off shifts- 12-hour day and nights

Rate of pay: -

Days-  £10.74 per hour

Rotating Shifts- £12.36 per hour

Nights and Continental Shifts- £12.89 per hour


  • Subsidised canteen facility.
  • Free drinks machines.
  • Free parking.
  • Weekly pay.
  • Pension scheme's available.

Please note this role starts on an initial temporary basis but permanent opportunities are available depending on your performance, attendance and timekeeping.

To apply for this role please call 0161 749 7740 and quote B1/ASH/PBO1 or forward your CV below.



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