CNC Machinist **** Winfield Location****

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We have multiple openings for CNC Machinists, both 3 and 5 axle, these are direct hire jobs for a super company!

Our client located near the heart of the Air Capital, is a “best value” business partner to companies around the world with complex design and manufacturing needs. They are a major supplier for the design, manufacturing and assembly of production tooling for the aerospace, defense and plastic markets. Major customers include Boeing, Spirit Aerosystems, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, Rubbermaid and Coleman.

Our client focuses on three strategic business centers of excellence—engineering, tooling and plastics tooling. They are a smaller company which offers more of a family owned atmosphere and a great place to balance work and family. You must have a minimum of 6 months verifiable CNC experience.

CNC Machinist Job Description:

  • Obtain information for upcoming jobs by communicating with programmers, tool makers, and opposite shift regarding specifications, potential issues, tie-in details, and work order numbers.
  • Prepare to run job by locating, prepping, and setting up machine, tools, tooling, cutters, parts, fixtures, and materials.
  • Manufacture repeat parts by reading tie-in sheet; starting up machine; resetting and changing tooling; loading and editing program or waiting for new program; running program; ensuring machine is running correctly; obtaining part layout from tool maker; removing part; deburring and cleaning part; labeling part; and removing tooling.
  • Manufacture new parts by obtaining materials, prints, and programs; setting up parts and tools; writing, editing, and loading program; running part per print, model, program, or tool maker instructions; ensuring machine is running correctly; obtains part layout; removing part; deburring and cleaning part; labeling part; and removing tooling.
  • Perform machinery maintenance on CNC department machinery and cutting equipment by repairing machines, verifying pivot lengths, flycutting tables, and sharpening and/or replacing cutters.
  • Ensure job accuracy by reading blueprints, verifying dimensions, checking parts per print dimension, editing programs, editing feeds and speeds, proving programs, and creating programs in Prospector.
  • Maintain electronic information by backing up programs and CNC files. Generates data via shop floor programming for CNC equipment lacking data. Maintains historical data by filing programs.
  • Improve production quality, efficiency, and timeliness by modifying programs and revising production notes and programs.
  • Ability to operate multiple machines including Bridgeports and grinders; utilizes non-CNC equipment in support of CNC operations.
  • Conduct machine maintenance by identifying needed repairs, filling and/or replacing fluids, checking lubrication lines, cleaning and/or replacing filters, and checking hoses. Cleans machines, tool changer, bay oil screen, coolant tank, and tool pot doors. Completes machine maintenance sheet.
  • Maintain quality standards by reworking jobs to meet specifications.
  • Record machine time by logging hours the machine has been powered on, run times and spindle revolutions.
  • Maintain personal precision tools by inspecting, calibrating, repairing and ordering tooling.
  • Maintain safe and clean working environment

Pay and Benefits

  • $15.00/hr to $28.00/hr based on experience
  • Overtime is available on regular basis
  • Medical, Dental, Vison, and Life/AD&D
  • 401K with match after 6 months
  • 8 Paid Holidays
  • Vacation days increase to 25 days with years of service

For immediate consideration apply now at www.adeccousa.com for this CNC Machinist position or you can visit our website www.adeccousa.com to search for other opportunities that are currently available.

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

  • Apply with Adecco

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