CNC Machinist

Franklin, MA 02038

Posted: 04/01/2019 Industry: Aerospace/Defense Job Number: 46894 Pay Rate: 21.00 -25.00

Full time offering 1st and 2nd shifts

CNC Lathe / Milling Machinist 2nd shift 2:30pm - 1:00am Mon - Thursday with 15% shift differential and $1000 sign on bonus.
CNC Lathe / Milling Machinist 1st shift 6:am -2:30 M-F

Perform unassisted set-up and operation of conventional, special purpose, CNC and Numerical Control (NC) machines to manufacture products with medium level of complexity from raw stock refractory metals.  Works with moderate supervision.

Studies work orders, blueprints, engineering plans, materials, specifications, reference planes, locations of surfaces and machining parameters; interpreting geometric dimensions and tolerances (GD&T).

Operates computer-controlled lathe and/or milling machinery including set-up and program editing with ability to produce routine parts and components.

Perform machining operations on a variety of CNC machine tools including shop floor programming and using such procedures as multiple setups, in place machining of fixtures and debugging first run programs. Selects, aligns and secures holding fixtures and cutting tools using hand tools and tool length off-set equipment. Perform work-piece in-process inspection by checking accuracy of work against blue prints/specifications using advanced gaging techniques for product conformity.

Collaborate with machinists, planners, programmers and engineers to evaluate needs, troubleshoot problems, and recommend solutions. Assist in training Machinist I employees on machine operations, set-ups, deburr and inspection procedures. Maintain safe operations by following safety procedures and regulations. Maintains continuity among work shifts by documenting and communicating actions. Documents actions by completing production and quality logs. Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities. Other duties as required.

High School diploma or GED.

3 to 5 years’ machining experience in a manufacturing production environment.

Working knowledge of concepts, practices and procedures involving CNC machines including editing computer-aided software and their applications.

Familiarity with lean manufacturing and continuous improvement techniques.

Proficiency in reading and interpreting machining and fabrication drawings.

Solid math, geometry and trigonometry skills and understanding GD&T.

Strong attention to detail, ability to communicate effectively and work in a team environment.

Ability to work overtime as required by production demands.

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