CNC Machine Operator I
1st Shift – Monday through Thursday 5AM- 3PM; 2nd Shift – Monday through Thursday 3 PM to 1 AM
Pay: $15.00 – $19.00 per hour (+10% shift premium for 2nd shift)
New Hire Incentive: $250 at 3-mnth, $375 at 6-mnth, & $500 at 1-yr
Schedule: Full-time and part-time positions available
This position will be responsible for machine change-overs, control, and operation of CNC equipment for established production machining processes. The ideal candidate will consistently and proficiently produce quality parts using established processes, documented procedures, and written resources.
- Perform routine machine change-overs by accessing and loading correct program, changing tooling as specified, changing work holding as needed, and ensuring that the process is running correctly prior to implementing regular production mode.
- Use and understand established control plans (machine programs, job travelers, Process Inspection Plans, trace sheets when applicable, work instructions and set up sheets or reference documents).
- Identify and make routine and necessary adjustments (machine controls, tool offsets to home or to a tool, authorized program edits, etc.).
- Measure product accurately using dedicated gaging according to control plan specifications.
- Check product for cleanliness, rust, and burr-free conditions to meet customer expectations.
- Calibrate gaging and refer gaging problems as required.
- Prepare and package product for shipment and/or transfer to next operation according to established procedure.
- Perform secondar
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledge – High school diploma or equivalent is required. A minimum of 1 year-experience as a CNC Operator is preferred, but not required.
- Skills/Abilities – Math skills, including measuring (decimal numbers), and keeping count records. The ability to be flexible and work cooperatively as a team player is required. Good interaction and communication skills are necessary. Ability to be a dependable, productive employee required.
- Learning Period – Six weeks to three months
- Problem Solving and Decision Making – Determine if machine is set-up and functioning properly to produce quality parts. React to machine and tooling problems that could potentially harm people, equipment, or materials. Determine if parts meet quality standards.
Work Environment/Other Requirements:
- Equipment Operated – CNC equipment, washers, tumblers, CNC saws, dabbers, and other manual equipment. Process and quality testing equipment, computers, calipers, bore gauges, and other precision measuring devices.
Physical Effort Required – Continuous standing, visual attention and eye-hand coordination is necessary. Must have good dexterity. Requires frequent bending, stooping, reaching, pushing, pulling and lifting. Effort is expended in pushing, pulling, and lifting various items, tools, machine parts, etc. weighing up to 50 pounds as needed.
Career Level Others
Experience No experience
Education High school diploma or equivalent
BenefitsHealth, dental, retirement, and life insurance available