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Careers

Precision Engineering is a vibrant and interesting sector to work in. At Ashby, we are continuing to invest heavily in order to grow our business. We value our team and we want them to enjoy working in a progressive and ambitious company. We pay competitive salaries, provide an excellent working environment, and look to develop our people. We are always looking for passionate and talented people to join our team.

If you would like to apply for any of our Current Vacancies or you would like to apply to us speculatively, please send an up-to-date CV, a covering letter, plus details of your salary expectations, right to work in the UK and notice period by clicking here.

Please choose ‘Careers’ in the Subject field and state the Current Vacancy or other role you are applying for. Failure to send the requested information will slow down your application. We aim to respond to you in less than 7 days from receipt of the information. However, due to the volume of applications we receive, we are sometimes unable to respond to every single application and so, only successful applicants will be contacted. If you have not heard from us within 14 days, please consider your application unsuccessful.

Once again thank you for wanting to be part of the Ashby team. In the meantime, please follow us on LinkedIn and/or Twitter for latest news on Current Vacancies.

Current Vacancies



Job title: Apprenticeship Assembly Engineer
Location: Abingdon, Oxfordshire
Reports to: Hashim Elmegreisi (Production Manager)
Duration: 2 Years – Full Time
Salary: Competitive
   
About Ashby Precision Engineering
 
At Ashby Precision Engineering we provide a wide variety of precision engineering services, thanks to the expertise and talent of our machinists, craftsmen and precision engineers. For nearly 40 years we have been delivering premium quality services to a wide range of clients, from small local companies to international corporations.

About the Role
 
We have an opportunities for an Assembly Engineer Apprenticeship role with manual machining skills to support the production of high tolerance component manufacture with Ashby Precision Engineering Ltd. Mill machinists work with a client's specifications to produce manufacturing parts, which requires machine operating skills, accuracy, and adherence to safety procedures.

This position is responsible for undertaking a wide range of manufacturing processes in a batch manufacturing cell, operating to high standards of quality and customer care whilst promoting and supporting continuous improvement and lean manufacturing philosophies in manufacturing processes.
 
General Responsibilities
 
  • Be able to interpret a production plan.
  • Control quality process on the production line.
  • Analyse and improve defects on the line.
  • Be able to interpret a production plan.
  • Ensure all activities are completed within Health and Safety guidelines.
  • Complete machining and manufacturing methods.

The Candidate
 
  • Clear communication at all levels of the customer organisation.
  • Ability to work under pressure but still work to very high standards.
  • Strong problem solving ability.
  • Flexible approach to a varied workload.
  • Mechanical bias.

How to Apply
 

Please send resumes and cover letters to:
Tarig Halim: Quality & Improvement Manager - tarig.halim@ashbyeng.co.uk
Qualified individuals being considered will be contacted for an interview.



Job title: Apprenticeship Machining Engineer
Location: Abingdon, Oxfordshire
Reports to: Hashim Elmegreisi (Production Manager)
Duration: 2 Years – Full Time
Salary: Competitive
   
About Ashby Precision Engineering
 
At Ashby Precision Engineering we provide a wide variety of precision engineering services, thanks to the expertise and talent of our machinists, craftsmen and precision engineers. For nearly 40 years we have been delivering premium quality services to a wide range of clients, from small local companies to international corporations.

About the Role
 
We have an opportunity for a Machining Engineer Apprenticeship role with CNC and manual machining skills to support the production of high tolerance component manufacture with Ashby Precision Engineering Ltd. Mill machinists work with a client's specifications to produce manufacturing parts, which requires machine operating skills, accuracy, and adherence to safety procedures.

This position is responsible for undertaking a wide range of manufacturing processes in a batch manufacturing cell, operating to high standards of quality and customer care whilst promoting and supporting continuous improvement and lean manufacturing philosophies in manufacturing processes.
 
General Responsibilities
 
  • Be able to interpret a production plan.
  • Control quality process on the production line.
  • Analyse and improve defects on the line.
  • Be able to interpret a production plan.
  • Ensure all activities are completed within Health and Safety guidelines.
  • Complete machining and manufacturing methods.

The Candidate
 
  • Clear communication at all levels of the customer organisation.
  • Ability to work under pressure but still work to very high standards.
  • Strong problem solving ability.
  • Flexible approach to a varied workload.
  • Mechanical bias.

How to Apply
 

Please send resumes and cover letters to:
Tarig Halim: Quality & Improvement Manager - tarig.halim@ashbyeng.co.uk
Qualified individuals being considered will be contacted for an interview.



Even if a specific current vacancy is not listed here, please feel free to contact us speculatively if you are passionate about engineering and you possess workshop skills such as turning, milling, welding, soldering, assembling, cleaning, stock control or if you are a young person interested in gaining work experience or undertaking an engineering apprenticeship.



Recently Filled Vacancies


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Job title: Stock Controller
Salary range: £16,000-£20,000 (plus overtime) dependent on experience
Reports to: Production Manager
   
Job purpose:
 
  • Ensure all inventory and stock management systems are maintained accurately, within the agreed parameters and in a timely manner.
 
Desired skills and experience:
 
  • Strong administrative skills and attention to detail.
  • Strong IT skills.
  • Ability to prioritise workload and work to tight deadlines.
  • Ability to interpret technical drawings would be advantageous.
  • Positive, energetic individual with a can-do attitude.
  • Strong written and verbal English language communication skills.
  • Excellent listening skills and a genuine willingness to learn and take on responsibility.
  • Must have the right to work in the UK.


Job title: CNC Machine Operator
Salary range: Competitive
Reports to: Production Manager
   
Job purpose:
 
  • Operate CNC turning machines to manufacture metal and plastic parts.
 
Desired skills and experience:
 
  • Skilled CNC turn machinist.
  • Experience using Fanuc controls preferred but not essential.
  • Ability to interpret technical drawings.
  • Positive, energetic individual with a can-do attitude.
  • Passionate about customer service and delivering appropriate solutions to customer problems.


Job title: CNC Turn Machinist (Nights)
Salary range: Competitive
Reports to: Production Manager
   
Job purpose:
 
  • Operate CNC turning machines to manufacture metal and plastic parts as a member of the night shift.
 
Desired skills and experience:
 
  • Skilled CNC turn machinist.
  • Experience using Nakamura CNC machines preferred
  • Ability to interpret technical drawings and set machines.
  • Positive, energetic individual with a can-do attitude.
  • Passionate about engineering and delivering appropriate solutions to customer challenges.


Job title: Business Development Manager
Salary range: £35,000-40,000 plus potential bonus
Reports to: Business Development Director
   
Job purpose:
 
  • Business development to build the sales for the Company.
  • Technical contract review and agree scope of work for customers.
  • Quote preparation and negotiation with customers.
  • Key account management.
 
Desired skills and experience:
 
  • Engineering industry knowledge and/or experience.
  • Positive, energetic individual with a can-do attitude.
  • Strong written and verbal English language communication skills.
  • Excellent listening and persuasion skills.
  • Passionate about customer service and delivering appropriate solutions to customer problems.
  • Experience and proven success in previous sales roles.  

Job title: Manual Milling Machinist
Salary range: Competitive
Reports to: Production Manager
   
Job purpose:
 
  • Operate manual milling machines to manufacture metal parts.
 
Desired skills and experience:
 
  • Skilled manual milling machinist.
  • Ability to interpret technical drawings.
  • Positive, energetic individual with a can-do attitude.
  • Passionate about engineering and delivering appropriate solutions to customer challenges.

Job title: Engineering Graduate
Salary range: £16,000-£20,500
Reports to: Production or Purchasing Manager
   
Job purpose:
 
  • Tailored one-year graduate programme comprising involvement in production, purchasing and account management.
 
Desired skills and experience:
 
  • Engineering degree.
  • Ability to interpret technical drawings.
  • Positive, energetic individual with a can-do attitude.
  • Strong written and verbal English language communication skills.
  • Excellent listening skills and a genuine willingness to learn and take on responsibility.
  • Passionate about engineering and delivering appropriate solutions to customer challenges.


Job title: Engineering Apprentice
Salary range: £13,000-£15,000
Reports to: Production Manager
   
Job purpose:
 
  • Tailored engineering apprenticeship involving work-based training and the opportunity to complete a part-time vocational qualification.
 
Desired skills and experience:
 
  • Positive, energetic individual with a can-do attitude.
  • Strong written and verbal English language communication skills.
  • Excellent listening skills and a genuine willingness to learn and take on responsibility.
  • Passionate about engineering and delivering appropriate solutions to customer challenges.