CNC Machinist Operator

Job Summary

• Offsets at machine to adjust tool into machining tolerances.
• Is able to setup and edit initial program and initial setup to obtain acceptable 1st article part in minimal time.
• Reads and interprets blueprints, planning sheets, sketches, and related technical data to determine tooling requirements, setup
procedures, control settings, and machining methods and sequences.
• Must be able to identify problems and get supervisor to troubleshoot the possible fixes.
• Mounts, aligns, and secures tooling, attachments, and work-piece on machine.
• Selects and installs cutting tools in machine spindle.
• Calculates and sets machine controls to position spindle in relationship to work piece and to regulate factors
• Starts machine and monitors displays and machine operation to detect malfunctions.
• Stops machine to change cutting tools or to measure parts for conformance to blueprint specifications, using precision measuring instruments.
• Enters commands to offset and adjusts machine controls to correct malfunctions or out of tolerance machining.
• Operates machine manually to perform non-automated functions and when automatic programming is faulty or machine malfunctions.
• Discusses control media errors with supervisor or programming personnel to resolve problems.
• Cleans machine, tooling, and parts.
• Performs machine maintenance.
• Communicates with co workers and supervisor to receive instructions and coordinate activities.
• Inspects and measures parts to maintain statistical process control charts.

Core Skills

Training and Experience: Between 1 and 2 years of trade school, vocational education, work experience, or apprenticeship.

Available Benefits

Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Flexible Spending Account, Overtime, Tuition Reimbursement, Work Boot Allowance

Experience and Education

Physical Demands – General Activities

Physical Demands: The employee is required to:

• Stand, walk, push, pull, reach overhead, and bend to the floor.
• Exert 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or
• Exert 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or
• Exert up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects