Boring And Filling Machine Operator Job Description Sample
Manual Machine Operator Hr7-00057
Manual Machine Operator HR7-00057 Job Purpose
Operate and maintain a manual lathe or mill, under close supervision, to produce a good quality product in a timely fashion as to satisfy demand.
Key Duties & Responsibilities
Successfully completes entry level manual machining processes with assistance.
Machines safely basic machine operations such as: single point turning, knurling, hole drilling, part marking, and basic threads including tapping and die cutting of threads.
Traines in any quality systems subscribed to by the facility and able to perform duties or paperwork associated with those systems.
Training is done by the supervisor or other qualified person.
Confers with supervisors, engineers, production personnel, programmers, or others to resolve machining problems.
Other duties as assigned.
High School Diploma or the equivalent is preferred.
4+ years machinist experience.
First levels of Master Task training
Training is done by the supervisor or other qualified person of equivalent experience.
Can do entry level manual machining processes with assistance.
Skills developed by repeating operations and on the job training.
Machine safety, basic machine operations such as: single point turning, knurling, hole drilling and basic threads including tapping and die cutting of threads.
Learns to grind basic cutting tools and drills.
Learns how to read blue prints.
Learns how to use and read measuring tools such as micrometers, calipers, bore gages, steel rules, and conversion charts.
Learns how to use time clock and fill out proper documents required for each job order
Maintains a clean and safe work environment and makes the safety coordinator aware of any unsafe situations.
Able to grind basic cutting tools and drills.
Able to read blue prints.
Able to use and read measuring tools such as micrometers, calipers, bore gages, steel rules, and conversion charts.
Able to use time clock and fill out proper documents required for each work order.
Able to use tooling priority list to meet on time delivery demands.
Able to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals and blue prints.
Able to write routine reports and correspondence.
Able to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.
Good hands-on mechanical aptitude and ability.
Detail oriented and can focus on small defects.
Reads understands, learns, and follows written and verbal safety, quality and work instructions.
Able to read and interpret documents safety, quality and work instructions, operating and maintenance instructions.
Mathematical skills such as the ability to calculate figures and amounts such as percentages, area, circumference, and volume.
Ability to add, subtracts, multiply, and divides in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and draw and interpret bar graphs.
Able to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
Able to compute rate, ratio and percent.
Able to meet ATF & regulatory security requirements.
Must be US Citizen, or lawful permanent resident of the United States (student Visa does not qualify).
Able to recognize and be discreet with sensitive financial, personnel, and other business related information.
Able to work with people in a harmonious way to accomplish the task assigned to this position.
Good communication skills.
Strong understanding of mechanical systems, manufacturing processes and materials
Able to interface with both technical and non-technical personnel.
Able to provide improvement to processes as required
31 March 2018
Mica Operator 100%, Permanent
Operation of processing and fabrication equipment.
Set up and operate and/or assist in operation of processing and fabrication equipment on a variety of insulation materials.
Set and operate all insulation processing equipment such as: towers, treaters, slitters, presses, roll coater, laminator etc. Also will occasionally operate equipment normally operated by lower rated process operators.
Material handling and storage equipment, hand tools, measuring and testing equipment personal protective equipment.
Flake Mica,Mica mat, varnish, glass cloth, paper, Mylar, cotton cloth, wrapping paper, masking tape, recording charts, filter paper, caustic water solvents, silicone rubber, butyl rubber, polyethylene, polyester resins, varnish, catalysts, silicone oil, hi-temperature grease, hydraulic oil, wrench, glass string, downtherm oil, mica mush.
Direct activities of one helper, on occasion two.
Working from schedules, batch cards, standing instructions, process instructions, etc. obtain materials and supply equipment by such things as setting up drums with pumps, mounting rolls, setting valves, filling troughs, etc. Set-up machines by such things as setting gaps, leveling rolls, setting speeds and temperatures, threading materials, and positioning charts and setting tensions, etc.
Start equipment, including auxiliary ventilating and vacuum systems. Interleave additional materials as required.
Synchronize speed and begin run. Observe operations closely making adjustments as needed to such as tensions, temperatures, speeds, rolls speeds, gaps, etc. Test or take material to lab for test. Adjust again as needed to meet requirements, integrating variables to achieve proper results.
Supply material by weighing and/or mixing such things as powdered resins, catalysts, varnishes and thinners preparing lay-ups, threading machine, filling troughs, mounting rolls, etc. Operate equipment using such things as valves, push buttons, levers, etc. including starting auxiliary ventilating and vacuum systems to mix, coat, bake, dry, etc.
Follow cycles and observe operations closely making adjustments to speeds, feeds, dies, etc. as required to connect bore spots, wrinkles, tears, etc. Test product or take for test and adjust as required.
Unload equipment manually or with hoist, disposing of material in bags, boxes, racks, pallets, etc. Identify all material and record data as required.
Perform all operations to ordinary tolerance within ordinary limits of capability for facilities on a variety of insulation materials such as resins, rubbers, tapes, mica sheet and mica rolls, glass cloth, mica mat, coated cloth, paper etc.
Keep facilities, materials, and work area orderly exercising care in their use. Perform routines cleaning and maintenance of equipment, maintaining general good housekeeping practices and conforming to all safety and quality requirements.
The above statements reflect the general details necessary to describe the major functions of the occupation and shall not be misconstrued as a detailed description of all the minor work requirements and may be inherent in the occupation.
As our employee, you have the opportunity to gather insights and valuable knowledge to grow in your profession.
Prospects and development: Our organization offers you the possibility to advance in your job and position within our company.
Passion: You can live your passion for technology within our industrial areas of Insulation, Composites and Water
Internationality: You find a global network and worldwide represented affiliates
Culture: You will meet a culture that enables you to become the best you can be
Rewards: We show our appreciation and recognition through rewards
We offer you a responsible and exciting position in an international environment. Self-dependence and own initiative are a must. In a motivated and dynamic team you have the opportunity to actively take part and challenge your competencies and skills.
We look forward to receiving your job application (CV, motivation letter, further application documents) per email to Sue Van Hoesen at USHR@vonroll.com.
Construction Products, Inc., an affiliate of EFCO Corp., seeks a qualified individual to fill a CNC Operator role at our Des Moines, IA manufacturing facility.
Job tasks may include, but are not limited to:
Loading and unloading parts to be machined.
Setting up jobs.
Programming of parts that do not have an existing program.
Perform quality audit checks.
Operate material handling equipment.
Troubleshoot problems with tooling or parts.
Accurately report labor on work order and time cards.
Clean work area on a daily basis.
Perform routine maintenance.
Other tasks as directed by supervisor.
High school diploma or equivalent. Able to read blueprints accurately and completely. Manual Machinist and CNC Programming Certificate, or two years of equivalent CNC experience. Basic machining knowledge and programming knowledge. Proficient math and PC skills. Must be able to push, pull, lift and manipulate 100 lbs. Experience with the following machines, tools and equipment preferred:
CNC milling center
CNC operating lathes
Tape measure - Imperial and Metric
Material handling equipment - overhead crane, forklift, jib crane
Others as required
Post-offer, pre-employment physical and drug screen required.
CNC Operator 1
THIS IS A SHIFT 5 POSITION, HOURS ARE: 4:00 PM - 12:40 AM
Under supervision of a Lead-person or Machinist, operates CNC lathe or CNC mill.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Maintain quality standards, knows how to use all common inspection equipment (i.e. micrometers, calipers, height gauges, bore gauges)
Keeps machine and work area organized and clean.
Load and unload parts properly. Works to the company safety standards.
Meet required productivity numbers: one machine = 80%, two machines = 65%, three machines = 55%. Operators must be able to fill out and calculate productivity reports.
Any other duties or projects assigned by Manager
This job has no supervisory responsibilities.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Can listen carefully and follow directions.
Can read blue prints, have knowledge of common geometric tolerances.
Can drive a fork truck and obtain a Haas fork truck license
Capable of fulfilling above mention duties
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and /or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals in English. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio. And percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out simple one- or two-step instructions. Ability to deal with standardized situations with only occasional or no variables.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms.
The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.
Reverse Unit Operator
C&J Energy Services is one of the most dynamic companies in the oilfield services industry. We are an energetic, fast-moving leader, offering the most in-demand services and operating in the hottest shale regions. Our company went public in 2011 and has achieved record growth ever since. Our rapid success allows us to offer great opportunities at all levels of our company, which is why the best people in the business want to join our ranks. Perhaps you will be the next.
The Reverse Unit Operator is solely responsible for the safe operation of the Reverse Unit and Power
Swivel for performing services on oil and gas wells as specified by the customer. The duties of the
Reverse Unit Operator include the ability to read, understand, and independently implement the
Customer's project procedures. S/he must have technical expertise that will enable her/him to make
decisions, when the customer is unavailable, to change procedures as the well conditions change. The
Operator ensures the loading, transportation, unloading at the job site, operations and maintenance of the Reverse Unit equipment is performed within the guidelines of the Standard Operating Procedures. All duties of the Reverse Unit Operator are to be performed according to the Company operating procedures in order to maximize the safety of all personnel at the work site and to efficiently perform the task.
- Ability to read, write and speak English to the extent that s/he is able to understand verbal and
written instructions as well as able to give verbal and written instructions; and the ability to
perform calculations using whole numbers, fractions and decimals (addition, subtraction,
division and multiplication ) to make job related calculations.
- Must have good knowledge of oil field and related equipment associated with
pumping of oil field fluids and drilling operations using a power swivel.
Must qualify to be on the company Approved Drivers list.
Must have the knowledge required to calculate displacement, volumes, weights, pipe tallies
and knowledge of pump capabilities, torque ratings for power swivels, bit sizes, weights of
tubulars used and truck ratings allowed by Local, State, Company and Federal regulations.
- Heavy Work- Exerting 50 to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 25 to 50 pounds of force
frequently, and/or 10 to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Physical Demand
requirements are in excess of those for Medium Work.
This position requires standing, walking, and sitting while working either indoors or outdoors.
While performing the job, will be required to lift/carry, pull/push, reach, squat, kneel, and or climb
ladders or stairs.
- Working conditions for this position may involve exposure to varying environmental conditions. This
may include chemicals, gases, cold/heat, noise, dampness, dust, fumes, radiation and heights.
Exposure to the above conditions should be handled as prescribed in the Company's Accident
Prevention Handbook and/or the Company's Standard Operating Procedures.
1.Ability to perform the decision making necessary to encompass the overall Position Definition.
2.Adheres to Company policies and work requirements.
3.Ensures the movement of the Reverse Unit and associated equipment required for the job.
4.The Operator "spots" the equipment (placed in position), on the location to ensure all suction
and discharge lines are hooked up from the reverse unit to the well and from the reverse unit to
the pit and tank properly. Reverse units are used to "kill the well," circulate the hole and fill the
hole with fluid. The power swivel is used to drill additional well bore or deepen the well, drill out
plugs such as cement, and cast iron bridge plugs. The Operator is required to determine depths,
set correct pump pressure, and monitor drilling returns during the drilling operations.
5.Maintains the required knowledge in all applicable DOT rules and regulations and all job
related Company, Local, State and Federal requirements.
6.Maintains accurate records and completes accurate work tickets based on the Company's and
customer's requirements of the work performed. The Operator is responsible for alerting
appropriate supervision when mechanical defects are noted on equipment.
7.The Reverse Unit Operator must understand maintenance concepts of all equipment within
8.Ensures the equipment within his/her control is maintained and repairs are carried out as
9.Requires various types and levels of job related training with respect to the operations of the
equipment and Company Standard Operating Procedures and also other specialized training as
required by regulatory agencies and the Company.
10. Calculates pump requirements and make decisions concerning the proper equipment to
perform all types of jobs.
Cell Operator B
Set-up/operate CNC Lathes, Hob and other equipment as combined in the cell.
Perform all set-ups required.
Perform all tooling adjustments and changes, call up programs, select proper tooling, and edit programs as required
Responsible for correctly filling out production paperwork and marking parts as required.
Able to work as a member of a team
Follow all ISO 9001 policies and procedures, SOPs, and work instructions
Responsible for checking own work by using blueprints, micrometers, plug and thread gages, bore gages, bench centers, V blocks, etc.
Train operators as required
The above outlines the major duties required for this position and do not limit the Company's right to assign comparable or related tasks as required.
Must be able to read blueprints. Have sufficient personal tools to handle job. Minimum one year of machining experience. Able to read micrometers, calipers, and other inspection equipment. SPC certification or able to pass SPC certification test. Basic math skills including: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers and fractions; conversion of fractions and decimals; figure diameter and radius; etc.
Coil Tubing Equipment Operator 3 (Coil Tubing Operator)
Key Energy Services-A dynamic and well respected company with a mission to be a leading global well intervention and production enhancement service company. We are the largest provider of onshore well service rigs in the United States and one of the leading onshore, rig-based well servicing contractors in the world.
We are currently seeking Coiled Tubing Equipment Operator 2 for our Coiled Tubing location.
Under direction of Service Supervisor performs advanced work in a number of tasks associated with running a coiled tubing unit. Operates and maintains all primary support equipment, coil unit and pressure control system. Controls and monitors the operation, applying well control principles to optimize well performance.
Perform rigging up/down at the well site, operating and maintaining the following equipment: acid pump, N2 pump, crane, coiled tubing unit, and pressure control systems. Monitors well bore pressure and takes remedial action as necessary.
Work under hazardous conditions and demonstrate strong general safety and hazmat working knowledge and practices to mitigate risks associated with such. Perform compliant transportation of hazardous materials. Fill out and maintain shipping documents for hazardous materials (hazmat) transportation including proper use of placards and labels and securing loads, ensuring wellhead area is clear, and placing environmental protectors in applicable locations.
Accurately complete and turn in regulatory and compliance paperwork associated with job duties (DOT logs, load sheets, trip reports). *
Maintain proper DOT logging to include accurate and current drivers log reporting and daily submission requirements, accurate mileage and fuel reporting and complying with all hours-of-service regulations.
Perform pre and post-trip inspections to ensure proper working conditions such as but not limited to fluid level checks and services as needed, brake inspections and slack adjustments, tire inspections, and working condition of lights. Complete inspection/maintenance documentation and reporting of any defects.
Participate in work plan and job safety analysis (JSA) daily processes. Exercises stop work authority as needed.
Provide guidance to equipment operators as a crew leader.
Coordinate efforts with service supervisor to ensure equipment and resources are appropriately allocated.
Know, understand, apply and comply with all requirements related to quality, operating and technical procedures and workplace instructions.
Understand and comply with all health, safety, security, quality and environmental rules, regulations, procedures and policies.
Act in compliance with all KES policies and procedures and regulatory requirements including international, regional, and local laws.
Carry out work assignments to the highest quality level in accordance with policies, roles and responsibilities
Perform various other duties and activities as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent
Class A Commercial Drivers License.
Must have and maintain a good driving record with a clean driving record and no DWI / DUI convictions within the last 3 years
Ability to work in extreme weather conditions
Ability to travel to job sites which may often require overnight stays
Must be willing and able to work long shifts
Must be willing and able to operate heavy equipment and meet all physical requirements for field position.
Must have mastered all the job duties of an EO1 and EO2. Must know how to operate Coil Unit.
Hazmat and tanker endorsements preferred.
We are proud to offer a very competitive compensation and benefits package including:
Vision and Dental Insurance
Paid time off
The Company and the Role:
Lehigh Hanson is one of the largest construction materials companies in North America with more than 550 active operations in the U.S. and Canada. Our core activities include the production and distribution of cement and aggregates, the two essential raw materials in concrete. Lehigh Hanson companies also produce ready-mixed concrete, asphalt and other concrete products.
Lehigh Hanson is part of the Heidelberg Cement Group, a global leader in aggregates, cement, concrete, and other downstream activities. The Group employs over 60,000 people at more than 3,000 locations in 60 countries.
Lehigh Hanson is seeking qualified Equipment Operators who are skilled heavy equipment operators familiar with all construction-related equipment and methods of operation.
This position will work as needed on Public Works Projects in New York State. The positions reside in Jamesville, NY.
Equal Opportunity Employer – Minority / Female / Veteran / Disabled
What you'll get to do:
Responsible for daily checks, startup, operation, and proper shutdown of construction equipment.
During daily operations, the operator continuously monitors and reacts to roadway conditions such as steep grades, variable cross-slopes, and overhead obstructions.
Monitors the electrical, hydraulic, and drive systems on the equipment during operation, and performs some field maintenance and repair of construction equipment.
May operate Road Paving Equipment such as: Pavers, Rollers, Wideners, Skid-Steers, & Tractor Brooms. Also, Earthmoving equipment such as: Excavators, Dozers, & Loaders.
Ensure compliance with all health, safety, and environmental regulations, and with company policies and procedures.
Operators wage and supplemental benefits will be in accordance with the NYS Prevailing Wage Schedule for the County that work is being performed in. You may be assigned to operate equipment as follows based on construction project needs:
CLASS A: Asphalt Curb Machine (self-propelled, slipform); Asphalt Paver; Automated Concrete Spreader (CMI type); Automatic Fine
Grader; Backhoe (except tractor mounted, rubber tired); Backhoe Excavator, Full Swing (CAT 212 or similar type); Back Filling Machine; BeltPlacer (CMI type); Blacktop Plant (automated); Boom Truck; Cableway; Caisson Auger; Central Mix Concrete Plant (automated); CherryPicker*; Concrete Curb Machine (self-propelled, slipform); Concrete Pump; Crane*; Derricks*; Directional Boring/Drilling Machine; Dragline*;Dredge; Dual Drum Paver; Excavator (all purpose-hydraulic, Gradall or similar); Front End Loader (4 cu. yd. & over); Head Tower (Sauermanor equal); Hoist (two or three drum); Holland Loader; Maintenance Engineer; Mine Hoist; Mucking Machine or Mole; Overhead Crane*(gantry or straddle type); Pavement Breaker (SP Wertgen; PB-4 and similar type); Profiler (over 105 h.p.); Pile Driver*; Power Grader; Quad9; Quarry Master (or equivalent); Scraper; Shovel; Side Boom; Slip Form Paver; Tractor Drawn Belt-Type Loader; Truck Crane*; Truck or Trailer Mounted Chipper (self-feeder); Tug Operator (manned rented equipment excluded); Tunnel Shovel
CLASS B: Backhoe (tractor mounted, rubber tired); Bituminous Recycler Machine; Bituminous Spreader and Mixer; Blacktop Plant (nonautomated);Blast or Rotary Drill (truck or tractor mounted); Boring Machine; Bridge Deck Finishing Machine; Cage Hoist; Central Mix Plant(non-automated) and All Concrete Batching Plants; Concrete Paver (over 16'); Crawler Drill (self-contained); Crusher; Diesel Power Unit; DrillRigs (truck or tractor mounted); Front End Loader (under 4 cu. yd.); Greaseman - Lubrication Engineer; HiPressure Boiler (15 lbs & over);Hoist (one drum); Hydro-Axe; Kolman Plant Loader & similar type loaders; Locomotive; Material Handling Knuckle Boom; Mixer (forstabilized base, self-propelled); Monorail Machine; Profiler (105 h.p. and under); Plant Engineer; Pug Mill; Pump Crete; Ready Mix ConcretePlant; Refrigeration Equipment (for soil stabilization); Road Widener; Roller (all above subgrade); Sea Mule; Self-contained ride-on Rock Drill(excluding Air-Track type drill); Skidder; Tractor with Dozer and/or Pusher; Trencher; Tugger Hoist; Vacuum Machine (mounted or towed);Vermeer Saws (ride-on, any size or type); Welder; Winch and Winch Cat; Work Boat Operator including L.C.M.'s
CLASS C: "A" Frame Winch Hoist (On Truck); Aggregate Plant; Articulated Heavy Hauler; Asphalt or Concrete Grooving Machine (ride-on);Ballast Regulator (ride-on); Bituminous Heater (self-propelled); Boat (powered); Boiler (used in conjunction with production); Cement & BinOperator; Compressors; Concrete Pavement Spreader and Finisher; Concrete Paver or Mixer (16' & under); Concrete Saw (self-propelled);Conveyor; Deck Hand; Directional Boring/Drilling Machine Locator; Drill (Core); Drill (Well); Dust Collectors; Electric Pump When Used inConjunction with Well Point System; Farm Tractor with accessories; Fine Grade Machine; Fireman; Fork Lift; Form Tamper; Generators;Grout Pump; Gunite Machine; Hammers (hydraulic self-propelled); Heaters; Hydra-Spiker (ride-on); Hydraulic Pump (jacking system);Hydro-Blaster (water); Light Plants; Mulching Machine; Oiler; Parapet Concrete or Pavement Grinder; Post Hole Digger (excluding handheld);Post Driver; Power Broom (towed); Power Heaterman; Power Sweeper; Pumps; Revinius Widener; Roller (subgrade & fill); Scarifier(ride-on); Shell Winder; Skid Steer Loader (Bobcat or similar); Span Saw (ride-on); Steam Cleaner; Tamper (ride-on); Tie Extractor (ride-on);Tie Handlers (ride-on); Tie Inserters (ride-on); Tie Spacers (ride-on); Tire Repair; Track Liner (ride-on); Tractor; Tractor (with towed
Who we are looking for:
High school diploma or GED
Minimum of 3 years of experience in Construction Equipment Operation.
Able to work for long hours in all weather conditions
Demonstrated mental alertness
Neat and clean appearance
A sense of responsibility for the safety of the public and the work crew
Benefits & Compensation:
We appreciate that candidates have many questions when considering opportunities, so we want to let you know that we offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package, which we like to share with candidates a little bit later in the process.
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Sets up and operates conventional, special purpose and computer numerical control (CNC) machines and machining centers to fabricate metallic parts.
Understand machine parameters: basic understanding of feeds and speed calculations, minimal understanding of end mill and insert geometry and basic understanding of surface finishes and contributing factors.
Can perform basic set ups with limited supervision.
Ability to read non-complex drawings and understand basic tolerances.
Understand how to read OD micrometers, calipers, entry micrometers and height gauges without supervision.
Capable of performing machine preventive maintenance and filling out the log book.
Capable of operating single spindle 5 axis and /or multi spindle 3 axis machine centers.
Proficient on one or more of the following controls: 850, 950, 900, 2100, Fanuc, Mazak or Siemens.
Limited experience with machining Titanium, Aluminum or Stainless Materials.
Ability to run multiple machines at one time.
Some experience in boring precision holes with close supervision and assistance on initial setting and final setting of precision boring bars and to maintain tolerances on finished parts.
Qualifications / Experience / Skills
Minimum 12 months experience in manufacturing setting.
GKN Aerospace Precision Machining has been in business for 51 years and manufacture complex machined parts and assemble major assemblies.
Diversity and Inclusion
As a global engineering company, innovation is what differentiates us from our competitors and is central to our success.
A balance of cultures, ethnicities and genders help bring new ideas and creativity to GKN. We need people of different backgrounds, with different skills and perspectives to spark originality, imagination and creativeness in our teams around the world.
GKN is an equal opportunity employer.
We treat all our employees and applicants fairly and are committed to ensuring that there is no discrimination or harassment against any employee or qualified applicant on the grounds of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, or veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
The CNC Maintenance Technician is responsible for repairing and maintaining the machines and equipment associated with the production facility. This position will report directly to the Maintenance Supervisor. (1st to 2nd "Split Shift")
Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
Troubleshoots, repairs and provides reactive and preventive maintenance to machinery and equipment with minimal to no supervision
Follows PM (preventative maintenance) checklists and procedures while maintaining equipment. Responsible for managing PM records
On a daily basis proactively accepts Work Orders from open que in CMMS system
Perform preventative maintenance tasks such as lubrication, inspection, early warning troubleshooting and cleaning of machinery.
Proactively identifies, analyzes and proposes solutions to repair or improve equipment/facility issues before breakdown occurs
Removes defective parts by dismantling devices; using hoists, cranes, forklifts and hand and power tools
Complete work assignments timely and in an effective manner
Ability to perform in-depth Root Cause Analyses and identify solutions to decrease breakdowns and increase uptime
Work with contractors to perform various inspections, repairs, installations or miscellaneous tasks
Reverse Engineering of used or extinct components and parts for re-manufacture and installation
Fabricates repair parts by utilizing maintenance equipment and tools
Supports the installation and fabriction of equipment and fixturing under Manufacturing Engineering supervision
Researches & orders repair parts through OEM or Vendors. Maintains stocking levels of spare parts
Change oils and machine coolants per machine specification as needed
Maintains a clean working environment and adheres to all plant safety requirements
Adheres to LOTO procedures on associated repairs
Maintain manually controlled machinery such as drill press, lathes, milling and other standard machine shop and welding equipment.
Adhere to all safety rules and regulations, use proper tools and equipment and ensure that all operations are performed in a safe and efficient manner.
Plan ahead for required parts and materials. Use good judgment to cause minimal interruption of other employees. Instruct other maintenance people in areas of expertise and be able to fill in for others in crew.
Must be able to process maintenance work orders in a timely fashion under minimal supervision.
Maintenance and repair of facility systems including: HVAC, lighting, air compressors, overhead doors, air hoses & reels, pumps, and other electromechanical systems
Other duties assigned by supervisor.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Ability to read and understand blueprints, sketches, diagrams, lubrication charts, operation manuals, and engineering specifications to repair equipment
Proven experience and knowledge in troubleshooting CNC machines with the following controls: Fanuc, Yasnac, Okuma, G&L, Siemens, Mazak, and AB controls
Extensive knowledge and experience with lathes, mills, drills, grinders, saws, welders, cranes, hoists, forklifts and electric motors
Ability to remove machine way covers for repair or access to machine components
Knowledge of automatic machine lubrication repair, maintenance, and verification of proper operation
Practical knowledge of tolerances, alignments, proper belt tensioning, and fastener torque values
In-depth knowledge of machine metrology and alignments with ability to align machine tools (CNC/Manual) to OEM specifications
Basic working knowledge of Lincoln Electric and Miller welding equipment
Experience with rigging of machine components up to 10,000-lb
Experience with PLC ladder logic programming and diagnosis preferred
In-depth understanding of electronic troubleshooting including, but not limited to:
Relays, switches, proximity switches, contactors, motor starters, PRO's, 3-phase electric motors etc.
Understanding of 480v 3-phase electricity
Knowledge of control contactors and RLL (Relay Ladder Logic)
Ability to monitor and diagnose hydraulic systems that are stand alone or integrated into machinery. Knowledge of components, hoses and fittings, pumps, metering devices, etc.
Ability to use precision instruments such as calipers, micrometers, dial bore gauge, torque wrenches, etc.
Openly receives direction from peers or supervisors / management
Proven capacity to manage multiple projects or repairs simultaneously and self prioritizes based on needs of production
Works with OEM technicians / contractors as needed on highly technical repairs
Great interpersonal skills, attendance, and punctuality
Maintains positive attitude, ability to work under deadlines or in stressful situations, and communicates effectively
Self-starter who is dependable and able to work in a team environment or independently as required
Education and Experience:
5 years experience with: Fanuc, Yasnac, Okuma, G&L, Siemens, Mazak, and AB controls
Knowledge of servo units, spindles, ball screws, and other machine parts
Adhere to all safety rules and regulations
Must speak English: written and oral
Must be able to lift 50-lbs, work on hands and knees
Ability to work in a non air conditioned environment
Ability to drive a fork lift
Efficient with Microsoft Tools (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook)]
Ability to learn CMMS maintenance program
Ability to work overtime and "on-call" rotations / primarily "Split Shift"
Required to supply their own tools:
Tool box, set of screwdrivers (Flat head/Phillips head), set of adjustable wrenches (6" through 12"), retractable ruler, hammer 12 oz ball peen, square 12" blade, set of pliers, scratch awl, level, pair of vice grips, chisel, drift pin and center punch set, razor knife, set of ¼, 3/8, and ½ ratchet and socket sets (standard and metric), 6" scale, Allen wrench set, complete set of open end and box end, channel locks 1 ½ jaw, side cutters, diagonal pliers, needle nose, scribe, set of files, complete set of drill bits (1/8 – ½), stakon pliers, ½ conduit knock-out, 14" pipe wrench, 12 oz claw hammer, IMP tubing cutter, tubing cutter up to 1 1/8, hacksaw, voltage tester, continuity tester, flash light, amprobe/amp tester.
Ability to furnish other tools as needed to perform assigned duties
Formal CNC repair education/training (Preferred)
Building Strategic Working Relationships
Planning & Organizing
About SPX Corporation
With approximately $5 billion in annual revenue, Charlotte, North Carolina-based SPX is a multi-industry manufacturing leader with operations in more than 35 countries and over 14,000 employees worldwide.
Meeting the critical needs of world economies – particularly today's fast-growing emerging markets – has been the driving force behind our strategic expansion and success in recent years. Since 1998, acquisitions and focused organic growth have helped SPX transition from a U.S.-centric automotive component manufacturer with less than $1 billion in sales, to a globally diversified provider of highly engineered, innovative products and technologies that support two critical needs of modern societies: power and energy; and foods and beverages.
SPX is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other reason prohibited by law.
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