***EDUCATION: MINIMUM HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED***
WORKING HOURS: We have 2nd shift and 3rd shift options available. 2nd shift is 3:30pm to midnight. 3rd shift is 11pm to 7am.
Shift differential $2ph
NO RELOCATION OFFERED
We are looking for a 2nd or 3rd shift CNC Machinist. This position requires the operator to work with limited supervision as part of a Cell Team and interact with others as required. The cell may operate on three shifts and the staffing may vary by load requirements. The operator will be responsible for set-up and operation of various controlled machines and performance of supplementary operations to produce a completely finished, quality part.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Sets up and runs machines manually and automatically using good machining, quality, and safety practices.
Sets tooling to close tolerances, frequently to less than .001.
Sets up, makes adjustments, and changes tools in the tool conveyor while the machine is in cycle.
Performs all supplementary operations, such as gaging, part loading and unloading, deburring, fixture loading, serializing, etc. during machine cycle as required to provide a finish machined, quality part to assembly.
Sets up and uses precision measuring equipment such as .0001 indicators, dial or electronic bore gages, Jo Blocks, inside an outside micrometers, depth mics, verniers, etc.
Assists during prove outs, adjusting feeds, speeds, etc. to establish a program, which will run without operator intervention. Should be capable of editing programs and communicating changes to the Programmer.
Performs daily weekly, and other scheduled minor preventative maintenance tasks such as filling of lube pots, maintaining coolant supply, grease fittings, run control diagnostics. Performs mechanical and minor electro-mechanical maintenance within the cell. Maintains good housekeeping practices.
Is alert and attentive to the machine performance and operation.
Communicates with other Shift Operators on machine and tool operations and on scheduling plans to provide smooth cell operation.
Communicates with support personnel to offer suggestions for improvements in Tool life, part quality, productivity, communication, cell appearance etc. to better overall effectiveness.
Minimum of 5 years’ experience on production machines including turning, boring, milling operations using carbide tooling. At least 2 years on NC or CNC equipment.
The job requires a good knowledge and application of shop math including a familiarity with basic trig.
Must have the ability to communicate easily with Supervisors, Programmers, other Shift personnel and others.
Must have a practical knowledge of cutting tools.
Must be capable of reading blueprints, programs, and sketches.
Must be familiar with and be able to use precision measuring equipment.
Must be alert, conscientious, and capable of adapting to new concepts in machining.
Ability to work independently or self-directed.
Physical demands include standing at the machine for up to 8-10 hours per day, frequent lifting up to 10 lbs, occasional lifting up to 50 lbs.