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CNC Machine Operator 2019-64
Performs a variety of routine duties involved in the operation of the Moreisekie, Doosan VTL and Okuma Lathe CNC machines to produce quality precision parts to close tolerances for use in the assembly of company products. Performs assembly operations as required daily. Performs other related work as required or directed.
Requires the use of mathematics together with the use and interpretation of complicated drawings, specifications, charts, various precision measuring instruments, CNC equipment, and multi-machine work stations, involving thorough technical skills knowledge, plus the application of basic theory.
Works from prints, set-up and tooling sheets and verbal directions to maintain set-up and assure continuous machining of quality parts, referring any problems or questionable set ups to supervisor or lead person.
Uses appropriate hand tools and precision measuring instruments, including coordinate measuring machine (CMM). Handles light weight materials and parts. Visually checks for quality and upon approval repairs defects as required to bring pieces to acceptable quality level. Maintains necessary records, detects and reports faulty or defective parts, equipment or materials to proper supervision. Responsible for daily maintenance of machine and equipment.
Maintains work area in a clean and orderly condition. Follows all prescribed plant and machine safety regulations.
Ability to follow verbal and written instructions and effectively apply to assigned work
Ability to navigate multiple windows in company Enterprise Resource Program (ERP) system to access product, schedule and resource data
Ability to perform repetitive work requiring constant alertness or activity, and including standing, twisting and lifting
Ability to manage time effectively to meet strict time deadlines and production volumes
Requires judgment to comply with instructions, prescribed routines, methods and practices
Over 3 years up to and including 5 years of experience.
Equivalent to a complete accredited apprenticeship in the machining trade or to a 2-year technical college education.