Scope and Purpose
The CNC Machinist is responsible for safely, timely, and accurately executing manufacturing work orders according to applicable company safety, quality management systems, and procedures. The company's Quality Management System follows industrial, customer, and company requirements.
Responsibilities and Authorities
• Operates CNC Machines.
• Edits programs and sets up CNC machines mostly on his own with little assistance
• Troubleshoots issues with programs, machines, tools, etc.
• Performs first piece and intermediate inspections
• Participates in safety and quality audits as required and applicable.
• Interfaces with internal customers and vendors as it relates to CNC operations.
• Recommends changes or improvements via preventive and corrective actions.
• Responsible for participating in safety meetings, as required.
• Has Stop Work Authority
The CNC Machinist reports directly to the Shop Supervisor of the company and has a support responsibility to all departments as required. He/she is responsible for following the applicable company’s production, safety, and quality procedures.
a) Education and Training – High School education or equivalent. CNC machinist training is a plus.
b) Skills (Technical Requirements) – Knowledge of dimensional inspections, measuring and testing equipment, shop work, and technical aptitude. Must be able to pass an eye exam and lift 30lbs. Must be able to read drawings.
c) Experience – One-year relevant experience. Manual machine operation is a plus