Cnc Machinist

Company: Reich LLC ( Learn More )

General Information
$17.50 - $25.50 /Hour
High School
At least 2 year(s)
Not Specified
Job Description

Produces machined parts on a multi-spindle turning center, change tools inserts, operate a computer numerical control (CNC) machine,  maintains quality and safety standards; keeps records; maintain equipment and supplies.

Key Duties & Responsibilities/2nd Shift:

3rd Shift: 6pm - 6am; 1st Week will work 36 hours and 2nd Week will work 48 hours; off every other weekend.

  • Perform CNC Operations
  • Operate high production, multi-spindle turning center (9 spindle) w/automatic bar stock loader & cooling unit
  • Operate machines in accordance with process sheets
  • Retrieve CNC programs from system files and execute.
  • Use manufacturing paperwork (travelers, blueprints, sketches, etc) to:

  • Manufacture product that meets Safety Critical quality requirements. Inspect and verify work prior to submitting for inspection. If non-conforming, process via non-conforming material procedures

  • Perform Operator required SPC Testing

  • Support and meet time and schedule standards for assigned work: 1200 Parts per Shift

  • Perform non-CNC tasks when necessary: non-CNC equipment operation, hand-work operations, inspections, saw-cut operations, etc.

  • Maintains specifications by observing operations; taking measurements; detecting malfunctions; adhering to quality assurance procedures and processes.

  • Maintains safe operations by adhering to Reich LLC safety procedures and regulations.

  • Maintains continuity among work shifts by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs.

  • Documents actions by completing production and quality logs.

  • Experience with Siemens controls is preferred

  • Job Requirements
      • Must understand basic blueprint reading
      • Must understand basic gauging techniques
      • Ability to perform all required activities through use of metric system
      • Must understand the basic tooling; turning tools, milling and drilling tools
      • Must understand the basic movements of the machine axis’s (X, Y, & Z)

    Training & Education:

    Completion of accredited CNC curriculum, combined with 2 to 5 years CNC turning experience preferably on multi-spindle machines