CNC Operator Machinist Job Responsibilities:
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.
- Plans machining by studying work orders, blueprints, engineering plans, materials and specifications.
- Programs lathes and mills using G code, setting and adjusting zero and reference points; tool registers, offsets, compensation, and conditional switches; calculating requirements, including basic math, geometry, and trigonometry; proving part programs.
- Solidworks programming and/or application with CAM Software
- Sets-up lathes and mills by installing and adjusting chucks, tools, attachments, collets, bushings, cams, gears, stops; indicating vices; tramming heads.
- 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, 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.
- Documents actions by completing daily production and quality logs.
- High School Diploma
- 1-2 years of CNC experience
- Excels in a team environment
- Must have blueprint, micrometer and caliper experience
Working conditions are normal for a manufacturing environment. Work involves frequent lifting of materials up to 50 pounds. Machinery and tool operation requires the use of safety equipment to include but not limited to; eye safety glasses, hearing protection, work boots, and hard hats. Loose-fitting clothes and jewelry are not permitted.
THOSE DEDICATED TO DOING THINGS RIGHT NEED APPLY.
At Jenkins, our people are what power us. So, we want to ensure that every employee is empowered to learn, grow, and put their skills to good use. It’s why we invest in continuing education for those on the Jenkins team who are interested, and encourage engineers and technicians to work together to create new solutions.
We have a saying at Jenkins: “Proud of our history. Dedicated to our work. Committed to our people.” We believe in it wholeheartedly, which is why you’ll find it throughout our company—on our building, business cards and service trucks. To us, they’re not just words, they’re how we operate. It explains why we have first-and second-generation employees working side by side, why you’ll find those who have “retired” still on our shop floor, and why when customers and competitors alike have an electromechanical problem, they Call Jenkins.
Jenkins is an equal opportunity employer.