REPORTS TO Director of Operations
A reliable and conscientious CNC machinist who can set-up and/or operate multiple machines to blueprint specifications. Knowledge of materials is required, including stainless steels, specialty alloys and plastics.
OVERVIEW & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Interpret and understands blueprints and work instructions – both verbal and written and verifies conformance of dimensions using various types of inspection equipment.
- Intense focus on internal processes and continuous improvement.
- Critical thinker, analyzes problems, troubleshoots and make decisions in collaboration with all functional areas.
- Monitors the status, wear and efficiency of tools.
- Inspects geometric dimensions, tolerances and process operations.
- Uses statistical process control techniques.
- Perform daily preventive maintenance tasks.
- Complies with all safety practices, policies and procedures.
- Set up and operates surface grinders and other support equipment a plus.
- Seeks out and takes advantage of continuing education opportunities.
- Performs other job duties as required.
- Exhibits a positive attitude – the ability to communicate effectively and work well with team members.
- Prioritizes and execute tasks effectively in a quick response, lean environment – self-motivated and adaptable.
- Understands CNC machines, control functions and their options.
- Possesses basic to intermediate skill level in trigonometry.
- U.S. Person as defined by ITAR to comply with the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and the State Department’s International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), as well as all other applicable U.S. export control laws and regulations.
- Ability to stand for long periods of time, walk, push and pull < 40 lbs.
- Must have fine motor hand dexterity.
- Excellent sight and visual perception for reading machine dial gauges, blueprints and precision measuring instruments.
- NIMS Certification and/or MACWIC Certification preferred.