CNC Operator

Factory Settings Ltd is a leading supplier of specialist design interpretation, fabrication and fit-out, primarily serving clients in the arts and heritage sectors. Our clients include The British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, The Science Museum, and the Design Museum, to name a few. To facilitate our continued growth, we are advertising a role of CNC operator.

The CNC operator will be responsible for running the machines, working with the CNC manager to ensure all parts are cut to a high standard and on schedule. The CNC operator will play a key role in the day to day running of the workshop making sure it is operational, clean and safe to work in.

Experience operating a CNC router is essential, experience programming is advantageous.


The successful candidate will demonstrate the following:

● Ability to operate and understand CNC routers.

● Good problem-solving skills.

● Proven experience of working to set deadlines.

● Willingness to learn and develop their own skills from the CNC Dept.

● An understanding of key Health and Safety requirements.

● Ability to work within a wider production team.

● Previous experience of working in workshops.

You will be working in our CNC workshop in Leyton, Due to the nature of the role, flexibility is required in working evenings and weekends, although it is expected that such work would be minimised in planning, organisation and pro-activity.

Key Information: 

To Apply:

Please submit a cover letter and your CV to inserting ‘CNC Operator Role’ in subject line. Please state where you saw the role advertised.

Deadline for submitting applications will be the 17th October 2021. 

To help increase cultural diversity in the arts, we particularly encourage applications from groups who are currently under represented in the sector.

We regret we are unable to respond to every applicant and would advise that if there has been no communication from us by 20th October, your application has not been progressed further on this occasion.