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  • 08/02/2024

CNC Machinist (Newcastle, NSW, AU)

About the role

Based in Newcastle working a 9-day fortnight with day and afternoon shift rotation and occasional overtime, the role will challenge you to think outside the square with both high volume work and jobbing work providing plenty of variety.


The role will present you with the opportunities to:

  • Execute CNC Machining including programming and operating a range of machinery including multi-axis lathes and machining centres
  • Build your skill and knowledge in machining special steels
  • Identify opportunities for improvement
  • Provide feedback via the maintenance management systems
  • Learn about safety management

About your experience

This could be for you if you align with our core values of safety and customer and are focused on driving outcomes to build a career in Machining. You will need to be a self starter who is a confident communicator and proactive meaning you thrive working autonomously with CNC machines.


You will also need to:

  • Hold relevant mechanical trade qualification or be currently completing your apprenticeship
  • Demonstrate an ability to read and understand G-Code
  • Demonstrate an ability to read and interpret engineering drawings
  • Have experience with Fanuc, Siemens or Fagor Controls is highly desirable.
  • Utilise or working towards proficiency in CADCAM systems is highly desirable

About our team

At InfraBuild we are inspired by visions of what might be possible, of making our world a stronger, safer, more sustainable and connected place to live. We are inspired to challenge the notion of what is possible, from building the cities that we live in to the infrastructure that powers them. We’re there to collaborate and help make possibilities happen. This is how ideas take shape and innovations become reality.


Reliability, Engineering and Maintenance Services (REMS) The REMS department is responsible for providing reliability and maintenance support to Infrabuild’s internal manufacturing businesses consisting of Steel making, rolling mills, wire mills and tube manufacturing. Comprising of a state of the art machine shop, fabrication and fitting, REMS is capable of manufacturing all parts required by the manufacturing businesses. The REMS team needs to be highly dynamic, responding to the manufacturing mills requirements, solving technical problems and delivering practical solutions.

Next steps

Across our different business units, we offer career opportunities for people who share our drive, passion and ambition. From apprentices and graduates to experienced professionals, we are committed to offering fulfilling careers and the chance to grow as our business grows. We would love you to be part of our journey.

We are a 2024 Circle Back Initiative Employer – we commit to respond to every applicant.