Engineering and Manufacturing
1st Shift hours are 6:00 am to 2:30 am Monday-Friday
2nd Shift hours are 2:25 pm to 10:55 pm Monday-Friday
3rd Shift hours are 7:45 pm to 6:15 am Monday night to Thursday morning
To operate CNC milling/turning machine centers and/or manual machinery (mills, drills, lathes, saws, etc.) to perform routine or repetitive operations in a manner which consistently meets customer specifications, quality requirements, and production standards. To perform plating operations in a manner which consistently meets quality requirements and production standards.
Qualifications:• High school education or equivalent – machine shop class work desired.• At least 6 months to 1 year of related CNC milling/turning machine center and/or manual machining experience in a related manufacturing environment.
• Ability to operate saws and work in annealing center• Knowledge of blueprint reading and mechanical inspection.• Knowledge of shop math and ability to read a tape measure.• Strong mechanical aptitude.• Displays a positive attitude and willingness to work in a team environment.
1st Shift – Manual Machinist – hours are 6:00 am to 2:30 am Monday-Friday
2nd Shift – CNC Machinist – hours are 2:25 pm to 10:55 pm Monday-Friday
3rd Shift – CNC Machinist – hours are 7:45 pm to 6:15 am Monday night to Friday morning
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES• Ability to set up CNC lathes and mills.• Ability to set up Manual Lathes, Grinders and Mills for Manual Machining operations• Ability to understand and interpret programs using Mastercam software.• Assist with fabricating new components per Engineering drawings• Ability to verify work using various measurement methods.• Assist with modifying components per drawings or engineering’s instruction• Work on jobs according to due date as provided using scheduling system• Maintain shop cleanliness.• Operate equipment in a safe manner• Communicate with other shifts• Work from verbal and or written instructions or sketches• Report job progress using current scheduling system
ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES• Ability to use a CAD system when needed to verify drawings.• Mentoring of new Machinists• Work over time as requested• Work other duties as assigned
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS • Strong math skills including trigonometry and geometry• Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings• Working knowledge of GD&T• Good interaction skills• Ability to work with minimal supervision• Basic computer skills• Demonstrate good troubleshooting and problem solving techniques• Basic understanding & knowledge of Machine Shop equipment, machining & measuring processes• Two year Machine Tool diploma or degree or equivalent experience (preferred)
Experience with the following type of equipment would be a plus, but not a requirement of the position:• Twin spindle twin turret, Y axis, live tooling, Fanuc control, Daewoo, TT1800 lathe• Single spindle, Y axis, live tooling, Fanuc control, Daewoo, Puma 2000Y lathe• Single spindle, Y axis, live tooling, Mazak Lathe• Mazak Vertical Mill• Mazak Horizontal Mill• Haas Vertical Mill• Bridgeport and Hardinge for Manual Machining operations• Swiss Turning• Cylindrical Grinding