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Responsibilities
Position Scope/Summary:

Conventional machinist are an essentially part of manufacturing within the business unit. They supplement CNC machines by producing fixturing and/or machining product due to limited capacity or simplicity of the operation. Represent company in a professional and exemplary manner before our suppliers, employees and community at large.

  • Set-up and operate most jobs on (i.e. 3 + tools) conventional machines with both fixturing and/or standard set-ups within a cell with minimal supervision in accordance to set-up sheet, blueprints and operation sheets per customer requirements
  • Inspection of work with minimal assistance from senior machinist or supervisor
  • Train lesser grade individuals on all aspects of conventional machining and proper inspection methods
  • Trouble shoots and adjusts set-ups as necessary, document changes per procedure
  • Make adjustments to maintain dimensional integrity
  • Ensure machine and inspection set-up are adequate for the product
  • Document set-ups on set-up sheets
  • Verify the revision level for the current operation (operation sheets, blueprints)
  • Verify Pc. Count and all applicable documentation for completion of previous operations.
  • Complete all applicable documentation for the current operation
  • Update Job travelers with changes to routings and runtimes
  • Complies with work rules including those pertaining to safety, health, quality system, and company
  • Quality Management System
  • Participates on various teams to achieve performance metrics
  • Maintains machine maintenances and log
Requirements
  • Minimum 3+ years of shop manual machine experience
  • Ability to use typical inspection equipment
  • Ability to read most blueprints and operation sheets
  • Ability to use trigonometry and on blueprints and operation sheets
  • Working with cutting & machining fluids, solvents, lubricants and other hazardous chemicals using appropriate safety controls
  • Employee will be expected to attend safety training, serve on the facility safety committee and participate in hazard analysis and resolution.
  • Lifting up to 50 pounds
  • Frequent carrying, bending, standing, sitting, and repetitive motion