Craftsman – Fitter


Carbinium are expanding the team again!

We have a new role for a full-time Craftsman Fitter to join our small team making high quality custom products.
This role would suit someone with excellent hand skills who is used to working to high standards of finish.
Carbinium work with a variety of materials and on a wide range of projects and we are looking for someone who will work carefully and patiently to achieve perfection.
We will consider candidates from a wide range of backgrounds and believe the work may well suit people who have a joinery, composites, final fitting or high-end boatbuilding background.
We are offering a very attractive rate of pay and 30 days holiday a year (including Bank Holidays).

Please contact Ben Collett to find out more about this role.


Apprenticeship – Engineering Technician Machinist Level 3

About Us

Carbinium Engineering are a small company based at the Scottow Enterprise Park in Badersfield. We specialise in the design, prototype and manufacture of one off and low volume, high quality products. Most of our work is for high value yacht builders but we also make parts for everything from Aerospace to Sub Sea. We even make puppet eye mechanisms for the Spitting Image TV show.
Carbinium Engineering currently have four CNC machines – two Haas CNC milling centres with 4th and 5th axis capabilities, a Haas CNC turning centre, and an SCM CNC routing centre. We also have a manual mill and lathe.
We want to recruit our first apprentice to work in the CNC machining side of our business. This is an excellent opportunity for an apprentice to join a growing company which undertakes a wide variety of work.

Main elements of the Apprenticeship

To be trained in house on all aspects of our work.
To attend college one day a week during term time for formal training.
To safely run the CNC machines under the supervision of our Manufacturing Manager.
To set up jobs, loading the correct tools and measure them with the tool pre-setters.
To utilise Renishaw probing for work offsets, part measurement and tool offsets.
To keep the machines and workshop, clean and tidy at all times.
To Check finished parts against 3D models and drawings.
To receive goods and despatch finished orders.
To become a key part of a small team in a growing business.
To reflect the values of the business in all interactions with clients, suppliers and visitors.


Maths, Science and English to GCSE grade 4-7.
Some prior experience of CNC machinery would be helpful, especially with Haas controls, but is not essential.
Ability to read technical drawings.
Computer literate.

What we are looking for

• An enthusiasm to learn.
• Previous practical mechanical experience at home or school/college.
• Careful – mistakes with our machinery are expensive and potentially dangerous.
• Diligent – we work to high standards and we need to check everything.
• Polite and cheerful – we aspire to being a happy, busy working environment.
• Self-motivated – we want someone who gets on with the job and does not need chasing.
• Confident to ask questions and check with others to prevent mistakes.

What we offer

A busy, friendly and safe working environment.
Good quality modern machinery.
Training and support from our Manufacturing Manager who completed his apprenticeship within the last ten years.
Regular reviews and support.
Annual Pay reviews.
30 Days holiday including Bank Holidays.

CLOSING DATE for Applications 23 July 2021

Apply by Email to [email protected]