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Job Title:

CNC Machinist

Job Post ID:

21089

Posted Until:

05/05/2021

Salary:

$18.00-$22.00/hr

Location:

University Park

Hours:

All Shift

WorkType:

Full Time

Industry

Manufacturing

Job Description:

Summary

Follows standardized, pre-determined procedures to set up and operate computer numerical control and conventional work centers to machine a wide variety of standard and special component parts of average complexity which are utilized in the manufacturing of pneumatic cylinders.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
Work from inspection cards, work orders, charts, blueprints, and verbal instructions to:

• Works at primary computer numerical work center on a regular basis to meet production-scheduling requirements. May occasionally cross train or work at additional work center (s).
• Install and adjust various types of tooling in the work centers.
• Insert computer programs into CNC work centers.
• Cut, and/or position raw materials into machine center jaws/fixtures.
• Progress first piece through the initial run analyzing and making standard adjustments to tooling programs and operating parameters of work centers (speeds, feeds, basic M&G codes, etc).
• Operate work centers to perform progressive turning, drilling, and tapping machine operations, which are of average complexity to produce stated quantities of component parts.
• Monitor ongoing operations through machine cycles, load, and unload work centers as necessary on a concurrent basis.
• Inspect parts for stated dimensions and surface imperfections.
• Performs basic troubleshoot to identify problems affecting machining operations involving tooling, materials, work center and programs. Needs assistance from others to resolve.
• Modify cutting tools as necessary.
• Prepare the required paperwork and place completed work in designated location.
• Perform preventative maintenance as required.
• Notify supervisory personnel of equipment and operating difficulties.
• May assist & train lower-level machine positions.

Job Requirements:

Education and Experience
High school degree or GED

Minimum of 3-5 years CNC machining experience and/or 4 years manual machining experience.

Able to write programs for CNC work centers.

Able to set-up machines.

Proficient in the use of cutting tools and measuring instruments.

Read and understand blueprint drawings.

Benefits:

401(k) matching, Dental Insurance, Disability Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, Flexible Spending Account, Health Insurance, Health Savings Account, Life Insurance, Paid time Off, Referral Program, Vision Insurance

$500 Sign On Bonus

Company Information

IMI Norgren is a forward-thinking innovator providing industry-leading pneumatic, hydraulic and electric motion solutions that are easy to use, reliable and ready for all engineering solutions. We are a world leader in motion and fluid control technologies. Wherever precision, speed and engineering reliability are essential, we deliver exceptional solutions which improve the productivity and efficiency of our customers’ equipment. As a business we aim to understand our customers’ challenges. We then connect our products, people and expertise in order to deliver exceptional service and solutions. We call this Engineering GREAT, and we deliver it to customers through a world-class portfolio of high performance products, through close partnerships and problem-solving, and through a global network of support which ensures reliable local delivery, all over the world.

Application Instructions:

To apply, contact Sherry Laverty at sherry.laverty@imi-precision.com

sherry.laverty@imi-precision.com

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