Tool Room Machinist 2

Cincinnati Incorporated
Harrison, Ohio, United States View on Map
Apply Before : September 9, 2024
Job Description
Cincinnati Incorporated has been manufacturing machinery since the late 1890’s. We pride ourselves on a hard day’s work and quality. Quality is not only seen in our products but also in our team members. CI employees have shaped the reputation and culture at CI with their uncompromising integrity, focus and innovation. The icing on top of the cake: CI offers a competitive and comprehensive benefit package. Are you ready for your career at CI?
Position Summary & Purpose: Receive, inspect, calibrate or make a variety of gauges, fixtures, jigs and dies using a variety of machine tools. Perform assembly and fitting operations
Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Receive work assignment; secure drawings or print, secure part; ascertain type and sequence of work cycle, speeds, feeds and specifications
  • Select method of holding work piece, secure it to holding device using tools and aids such as shims, parallel blocks, gauges and clamps
  • Verifies workpiece position with instruments such as gauges and indicators
  • Lay out work by estimating reference points and centers and guidelines
  • Improvise own tools and fixtures as required
  • Perform close tolerance operations to make and/or inspect parts such as standard key and spline gauges, revolving drilling and fixtures, punching dies, jigs and fixtures, erection stands and trestles, various lifters and related equipment, master angles, sine bars, angle plates, sub plates and other parts of similar complexity
  • Dress, grind, sharpen or return tools to meet tool requirements. May assist with prove-out of tools.
  • Stamp identification number on tools, paint if required.
  • Maintain a clean and orderly work area and perform all assignments in a safe manner and in accordance with established quality procedures
  • Act as temporary Lead-Person when needed
  • May perform secondary, non-production, tasks such as expediting, rework, and engineering liaison to help for DFMA
  • High School diploma or certificate of equivalency
  • 2 years prior experience with press breaks, drills, saws, and hand tools
  • Be a step 5 at your current classification
  • Ability to read and interpret CI prints
  • Ability to proficiently program and run all Tool Room equipment
  • Ability to design & manufacture all fixturing required to run parts routed through tool room
  • Must know GD&T
  • Ability to program CNC machines
  • Ability to use micrometers and gauges
  • Excellent math skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Commitment to company Core Values
  • Working knowledge of, and ability to lead Operational Excellence events
  • Leadership Skills: Ability to successfully assign tasks to co-workers, successfully motivate peers to accomplish daily goals, excellent communication skills, and a positive attitude
  • Actively support CI‚Äôs positive culture
  • Prior small machine experience¬†is a plus
  • Technical school certificate/associate’s¬†is a plus
This role does not offer sponsorship employment benefits and being authorized to work in the U.S. is a precondition of employment.  You must be a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, or recent lawful permanent resident to apply.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

Career Benefits

‚úst¬†Paid Vacations
‚úst¬†Paid Holiday and Personal Days
‚úst¬†Profit Sharing
‚úst¬†Medical Insurance (including HSA)
‚úst¬†Company Paid Dental Insurance
‚úst¬†Vision Insurance
‚úst¬†Accident Insurance

‚úst¬†Life Insurance: AD&D
‚úst¬†Disability Insurance
‚úst¬†Generous 401K Employer Match
‚úst¬†Flexible Spending Account
‚úst¬†Tuition Reimbursement
‚úst¬†Employee Assistance Program
‚úst¬†Parental Leave

Required skills