CNC Machinist

Job Description:
Fabrication of parts by setting up, and operating a computer numerical control (CNC) lathe; maintaining quality (ISO 9001:2008, AS9100 Rev C) and safety standards; keeping records; maintaining equipment.

Reads work orders, blueprints, materials, specifications, locations of surfaces, and machining parameters; interpreting geometric dimensions and tolerances (GD & T).
Program at the machine, determine zero and reference points; setting tool registers, offsets, compensation for plating using basic math, geometry, and trigonometry.
Sets-up lathes by installing proper tools. Adjusts feeds and speeds as necessary for material running.
Verifies settings by measuring positions, first-run part using set up part.
Detects malfunctions on the machine and troubleshoot.
Complete In-process inspection of each part and required paperwork.
Keep machine running at 100% Efficiency.
Maintain coolant and way lube levels and lubrication of tools in holder for optimal machine operation.
Observe tool wear and replace worn tools.
Safely lift 50 pounds
Minimum 15 Years Work Experience in Using Haas CNC Lathe. Writing Programs Using G-Code as necessary, Setting up and Operating Machine.
Good inspection skills
Flexible Schedule to accommodate for OT
Coordination of work flow, Attention to Detail, Hold Tight Tolerances
Mechanical skills to troubleshoot machine malfunctions and perform minor repairs.
Experience using conventional machines
Must be local
Experience using Live Tooling a plus

Competitive Salary
Medical / Dental
Vacation / Holidays /Personal Days
Profit Sharing

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