Night – Stamping Operator

 

Stamping Operator

  • Perform Setups of Stamping Presses ranging from 32 ton to 200 ton using Standard Work Procedures, work instructions, and machine controlled software. Perform set-ups in a minimum amount of time. Verify the status of the tooling before beginning the set-up process. Safely retrieve and return tooling to the storage area using the proper technique.
  • Simultaneously run a minimum of two primary machines. Responsible for the quality and quantity of products being manufactured. Demonstrate the ability to proficiently operate multiple Primary machines.
  • Perform all material handling duties required to keep a job productive. Safely retrieve materials and return the unused coil/wire stock to the storage areas using an electric hand-cart or fork truck.
  • Proficiently use measuring devices (vernier calipers, micrometers, gage pins, etc.) ensure the highest level of component quality.
  • Demonstrate methodical trouble shooting skills to resolve component quality issues.
  • Maintain excellent housekeeping practices
  • Willing to work overtime as needed, average hours per week are between 50 and 60.
  • Perform duties as assigned by supervisor, and flex to area’s of constraint.
  • All candidates must have the ability to make corrections and solve problems in order to maintain high quality and high production rates.
  • Candidate must work well with other employees in a team environment.
  • Duties also include performing secondary operations such as drill press, de-burring
  • Must be able to understand basic shop math including knowledge  of fraction decimal equivalents

Essential Job Functions:

Employees must be able to function well with regard to the following:

  • Uncontrolled environmental conditions: noise, dust, dirt, mobile equipment, and walking surfaces strewn with materials, power cords and tools is typical.
  • Occasional lifting up to 50 lbs., routine lifting up to 30 lbs., up to 10 times per hour, and pushing / pulling 10 lbs. regularly, 1 to 10 hours per day.
  • Any combination of standing, bending, climbing, balancing, kneeling, crouching, reaching, handling, fingering, feeling and walking 8 to 10 hours per day.
  • Ability to work up to 8-10 hour shifts and overtime as required by the work.
  • Use of all limbs, dexterous and steady use of hands and arms for long periods of time.
  • Simultaneous mental and muscular coordination, visual and audio awareness of surrounding area.

Night Shift- Lathe Set-up Machinist

CNC Lathe Machinist

Candidates should possess the following:

  • Machine knowledge equivalent to 2 to +5 years or more of experience setting up and operating CNC lathes.
  • Ability to efficiently perform setups and operate Mazak Lathes via a Mazatrol control is a must.
  • Knowledge of lathe work off-sets, and tool setting is a must.
  • Ability to efficiently perform setups and operate Mazak Lathes via a Mazatrol control is a must.
  • Ability to program swiss machines via G & M code is a plus
  • The ability to set up a multi-tasking machine (Mazak Integrex) is a huge plus.
  • Fluent in reading part drawings (including multiple views and three-dimensional details) required to machine parts from steel, aluminum, copper and plastics.
  • Knowledge of cutting tools and their correct speeds and feeds.
  • All candidates must have the ability to make corrections and solve problems in order to maintain high quality and optimal production rates.
  • Candidate must work well with other employees.
  • Candidate must be willing to work OT as needed.
  • Duties also include performing secondary operations such as drill press, de-burring, etc.

Essential Job Functions:

Employees must be able to function well with regard to the following:

  • Uncontrolled environmental conditions: noise, dust, dirt, mobile equipment, and walking surfaces strewn with materials, power cords and tools is typical.
  • Occasional lifting up to 30 lbs., routine lifting up to 25 lbs., up to 10 times per hour, and pushing / pulling 10 lbs. regularly, 1 to 10 hours per day.
  • Any combination of standing, bending, climbing, balancing, kneeling, crouching, reaching, handling, fingering, feeling and walking 8 to 10 hours per day.
  • Ability to work up to 8-10 hour shifts and overtime as required by the work.
  • Use of all limbs, dexterous and steady use of hands and arms for long periods of time.
  • Simultaneous mental and muscular coordination, visual and audio awareness of surrounding area.

 

 

Night Shift CNC Mill Set-Up

CNC Machinist

CNC Machinist Job Purpose: Produces machined parts by programming, setting up, and operating a computer numerical control (CNC) machine; maintaining quality and safety standards; keeping records; maintaining equipment and supplies.

CNC Machinist Job Duties:

  • Plans machining by studying work orders, blueprints, engineering plans, materials, specifications, orthographic drawings, reference planes, locations of surfaces, and machining parameters; interpreting geometric dimensions and tolerances (GD&T).
  • Plans stock inventory by checking stock to determine amount available; anticipating needed stock; placing and expediting orders for stock; verifying receipt of stock.
  • Programs mills by entering instructions, including zero and reference points; setting tool registers, offsets, compensation, and conditional switches; calculating requirements, including basic math, geometry, and trigonometry; proving part programs.
  • Sets-up mills by installing and adjusting three- and four-jaw chucks, tools, attachments, collets, bushings, cams, gears, stops, and stock pushers; indicating vices; tramming heads.
  • Loads feed mechanism by lifting stock into position.
  • Verifies settings by measuring positions, first-run part, and sample workpieces; adhering to international standards.
  • Maintains specifications by observing drilling, grooving, and cutting, including turning, facing, knurling and thread chasing operations; taking measurements; detecting malfunctions; troubleshooting processes; adjusting and reprogramming controls; sharpening and replacing worn tools; adhering to quality assurance procedures and processes.
  • Maintains safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations.
  • Maintains equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; following manufacturer’s instructions; troubleshooting malfunctions; calling for repairs.
  • Maintains continuity among work shifts by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs.
  • Documents actions by completing production and quality logs.
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading technical publications.
  • Accomplishes organization goals by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.

Skills/Qualifications: Conceptual Skills, Process Improvement, Verbal Communication, Functional and Technical Skills, Controls and Instrumentation, Supply Management, Tooling, Coordination, Inventory Control, Attention to Detail, Judgment

Essential Job Functions:

Employees must be able to function well with regard to the following:

  • Uncontrolled environmental conditions: noise, dust, dirt, mobile equipment, and walking surfaces strewn with materials, power cords and tools is typical.
  • Occasional lifting up to 50 lbs., routine lifting up to 30 lbs., up to 10 times per hour, and pushing / pulling 10 lbs. regularly, 1 to 10 hours per day.
  • Any combination of standing, bending, climbing, balancing, kneeling, crouching, reaching, handling, fingering, feeling and walking 8 to 10 hours per day.
  • Ability to work up to 8-10 hour shifts and overtime as required by the work.
  • Use of all limbs, dexterous and steady use of hands and arms for long periods of time.
  • Simultaneous mental and muscular coordination, visual and audio awareness of surrounding area.

Night Shift- Saw Operator

Saw Operator

  • Must be able to understand basic shop math including knowledge  of fraction decimal equivalents
  • Fluent in reading part drawings (including multiple views and three-dimensional details) required to machine parts from steel, aluminum, copper and plastics.
  • All candidates must have the ability to make corrections and solve problems in order to maintain high quality and high production rates.
  • Candidate must work well with other employees in a team environment.
  • Duties also include performing secondary operations such as drill press, de-burring, etc.
  • Knowledge of cutting tools and their correct speeds and feeds across an array of many types of materials.
  • Job may require heavy lifting, repetitive movements and long periods of time on feet.
  • Able inspect product using calipers, height gage, square, and tape measure
  • Willing to work overtime as needed, average hours per week are between 50 and 60.
  • Show up to work daily, on-time

 

Essential Job Functions:

Employees must be able to function well with regard to the following:

  • Uncontrolled environmental conditions: noise, dust, dirt, mobile equipment, and walking surfaces strewn with materials, power cords and tools is typical.
  • Occasional lifting up to 50 lbs., routine lifting up to 30 lbs., up to 10 times per hour, and pushing / pulling 10 lbs. regularly, 1 to 10 hours per day.
  • Any combination of standing, bending, climbing, balancing, kneeling, crouching, reaching, handling, fingering, feeling and walking 8 to 10 hours per day.
  • Ability to work up to 8-10 hour shifts and overtime as required by the work.
  • Use of all limbs, dexterous and steady use of hands and arms for long periods of time.
  • Simultaneous mental and muscular coordination, visual and audio awareness of surrounding area.