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Job Description
Basic programming, set-up, adjust, and operate numerically controlled machine tools to perform a series of machining operations on a diversified line of work to close and exacting tolerances along with finish specifications requiring considerable skill and a general knowledge of machining techniques and familiarity with numerical machine operations and set-up procedures. Maintain the equipment and supplies needed to perform the job. Work to the deadlines to meet the customer's needs.
1. Production Equipment - Sets-up and runs a variety of machines to include: CNC, NC, production porting equipment, lathes, vertical mills, grinders, chuckers, deburring, and cleaning equipment. Runs multiple machines as required by process or as directed.
2. Programming - With minimal supervision, writes, edits, cuts and pastes programs from existing programs or common routines and programming tools. Interprets geometric dimensions and tolerances (GD&T;). Completes all supporting documentation to insure compliance with Tescom''s quality system and communicates the changes to management, other machinists, other shifts and support personnel as needed to insure consistency.
3. Set-Up - Perform set-ups on CNC machines with no supervision within an acceptable time frame following documented processes and procedures. Work from programming operational data and set-up instructions defining tool arrangements, work holding methods and setting of tools. Completes all supporting documentation to insure compliance with Tescom''s quality system. Assists with identifying fixtures and tooling needed for new or existing product.
4. Operate and Adjust - Produces product on CNC or manual machines to meet or exceed the requirements of department standards. Documents and communicates any inconsistencies or changes of standard run times to support personnel through the use of process change forms.
5. Care of Equipment and Cleanliness - Exercises proper care of Tescom's equipment. Completing preventive maintenance requirements; Troubleshooting malfunctions and calling for repairs.
6. Process Improvement - Supports the efforts of total quality and process improvement by recommending methods, equipment, techniques and other changes to improve machine shop operations through active participation in Process Improvement Teams or meetings. Assists in documentation and control of processes in accordance with process change/control policy.
7. Safety - Performs work in a safe manner by following all safety rules, and insuring safety guards are in place on all machines.
8. Quality Functions - Performs quality functions according to Quality Assurance department processes. Performs inspections of product using a wide variety of inspection devices such as surface finish measuring, workmanship standards and handheld measuring equipment. Completes operator self inspection and records data. Ability to use SPC data collection forms and any other supporting documentation required. Complies with SOP''s and work instructions . Operate the CMM with proven programs.
9. Apparent or Assigned - Performs any other work as apparent or assigned.
Job Requirements
Two years machining experience in a CNC production environment machine shop or two year machinist degree
Post high school training in machine shop, blueprint reading, machine shop math, and basic CNC programming preferred.
Basic knowledge of GD&T.;
Demonstrates a professional and positive attitude.
Demonstrated ability to efficiently set-up and operate a CNC machine with no supervision in an acceptable time frame.
Demonstrated knowledge of shop math.
Physical ability to lift, carry or maneuver up to 60 pounds.
Demonstrated ability to communicate (verbal/written) effectively with customers, suppliers and employees.
Demonstrated ability to work in a cooperative and team oriented environment.
Demonstrated ability to use computers and shop reference manuals.
According to Government Regulations all employees in this job classification must be a US Citizen or permanent resident of the United States.
Job ID : EPM-00006921
Country : United States
State/Province : Minnesota
City : Elk River
Publish Start Date : Mar 5 2014
Job Level : Non-Professional (Will not auto post to LinkedIn)

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