As a CNC Machine Operator, you will be responsible for utilizing shop paper procedures including updates, signatures and stamps, counting quantities, labeling, and non-conformance-related activities. Read blueprints, tooling instructions, and standard charts for specifications.
- Set up, up, and run all facets of work assigned.
- Provide technical assistance, guidance, and instruction to operators and lower-level machinists as required.
- Ensure an accurate router accompanies all work orders.
- Responsible for DNC communications upload and download tool programs.
- Inspect and measure parts to maintain statistical process control charts.
- Assist Lead person as needed.
- Start and observe machine operation to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining, and adjust machine controls as needed.
- Alert Lead or Supervisor to any issue(s) on job or machine. Able to recognize machine deviation versus cutter or work holding problems and alert lead or supervisor.
- Meet job standard times consistently and communicated to lead or supervisor when not.
- Monitor and replace cutting tools as needed in machines and equipment.
- Test operation of tool to ensure proper function and performance.
- Ensure company procedures and “best machine practices” are being followed and are in place at all times.
- Perform additional related duties as assigned.
- Minimum three to five years of work experience.
- Enrolled in vocational education or four years formal apprenticeship preferred.
- Practical knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of blueprint reading, GD&T.
- Extensive knowledge of accepted inspection practices.
- Knowledge of CNC programming and G & M code
- Basic to intermediate tool probe and or tool pre-setter knowledge.
- Basis troubleshooting skills.
- Demonstrated ability at operating computer numerical control machines.
- Ability to read blueprints to ensure accuracy in the part making.
- Ability to speak basic English language.
- Knowledge of Shop safety practices and use of PPE.
- Visual acuity: near acuity and accommodation are required for reading machine dial gauges, blueprints, and precision measuring instruments used in the inspection of parts.
- Hearing ability: the ability to monitor machine sounds to identify and diagnose changes in order to take appropriate action.
- Frequently required to stand, walk, push, reach overhead, and bend to the floor.
- Frequently required to sit and use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls.
- Occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
Benefits after 30days.
Mon. - Fri.