Composing Room Machinist Job Description Sample
Tool Room Machinist - 3Rd Shift
Currently the position involves set-up and running of all Tool Room CNC and manual equipment including: Lathe, Mill, Cylindrical & Surface grinder, and drill press. Also Fixture repair and tool setting for production.
Experience and Educational Requirements
Must have experience setting up and operating CNC equipment for a minimum of 2 years. Experience with robotics is a plus.
Set-up and run all Tool Room equipment including Grinding, Turning, and Milling Machines.
Complete all required paperwork in a timely, accurate manner.
Perform daily minimum preventive maintenance of machines.
Must comply with all current ISO Quality and Work Instructions for job, all Company Safety rules, and all other Company rules, policies and procedures.
Assess each situation and do not perform any tasks which s/he feels is unsafe, on which s/he has not received training, or engage in any unsafe work practices. Report any unsafe condition to his/her manager.
Read and understand supporting documentation for the work area.
Monitor the work area for cleanliness.
Rotate to various jobs within Manufacturing Shop.
Perform other tasks as requested.
Ability to perform all tasks listed above to the Company's expectations.
Must be able to continuously meet the Company's production requirements.
Ability to work in a fast paced environment with continuous interruptions.
Must have good oral and written communication and organizational skills.
Ability to follow instructions, written and verbal.
Ability to communicate with all Company employees in a businesslike and professional manner. Ability to appropriately handle stress and interact with others.
Must have aptitude required to understand and apply directions for operating various machinery.
Ability to read blueprints.
Ability to use gauges and other measuring equipment to ensure quality work.
Ability to perform physical activity associated with operation of equipment including bending, twisting, lifting, pushing, pulling, and reaching in order to meet production needs.
Must be able to stand and move continuously during working hours.
Must be able to repetitively lift up to 30 lbs.
Must be able to occasionally lift up to 50lbs.
Must be familiar with the metric system.
Must be able to machine all types of parts.
Must be able to move material to and from workstation using fork truck or overhead crane.
Additional job requirements and responsibilities would be discussed during the interview process.
Tool Room Machinist
Performs complexmachining operations in support of production operations, maintenance,engineering, and other functions. Operates various typesof machine tools and performs progressive machining operations for metal parts,tools and machines with close tolerances or high finish requirements.
Fits andassembles where necessary, using machinists' hand tools and measuringinstruments. Has familiarity with working properties of various materials. Mayprogram CNC machines in the course of making parts. Communicates withproduction departments and other stakeholders regarding progress of projects.
Technical degree and2 years of experience, or equivalent. Must be organized, able to prioritize,and self-motivated.
High level of communication skills required and ability towork in team-oriented environment. Ability to run machinery proficiently(including, but not limited to mills, lathes, grinders, welders, etc). Ability to read prints and use precisemeasuring equipment to make and compare parts to prints. Ability to make newmachine parts from broken pieces. Experience with precise machining, measuringand layout techniques.
Tool Room Machinist
Provide tooling to meet engineering and production requirements by performing general or all purpose machine tool setups
and operations under limited supervision.
Nature & Scope:
Machinist has a general knowledge of various specific machine tool set-ups and operations. Inspection, print reading, setup
and machine operation is performed at an intermediate level with a general responsibility for work involved.
Technical Know How: Tool Room Machinist will have specific training or work experience exceeding vocational
trade school or high school. Knowledge to set-up, operate, and adjust a variety of Tool Room equipment, work to close tolerances, perform layouts, print reading and math computations at an intermediate level.
Training: Tool Room Machinist requires a minimum four (4) years specialized training in various machine operations and Tool Room functions to perform duties effectively.
Decision Making/Accountability: Subject to routine decision making based on established Tool Room practices and technical procedures. Progress of work is periodically checked by others.
Provide or receive technical information which may require an explanation or interpretation to proceed with specific job involved.
Safety: Perform work in accordance with a wide range of safety procedures to minimize potential for injury. The
incumbent adhere to the Global Star Safety Program by promoting high standards of safety and health. Global Star Safety Framework stresses the importance of preventing accidents and illnesses.
This individual will abide by all safety rules and practices outlined in the BorgWarner Safety Policy Manual. The person will report all injuries and/or possible dangerous situations, incidents, or occurrences to the immediate supervisor. (S)He takes every precaution reasonable in the given circumstance for the protection of themselves and coworkers.
Internal Use Only: Salary
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Tooler Room Machinist
Operate a variety of manual and CNC machine tools to process raw materials into tooling components which will support all welding and fabricating operations throughout the facility. Program, setup, and make adjustments to CNC milling and CNC turning machinery to produce high quality parts. Actively participate in team activities. Be available to support immediate production needs if called upon.
Have a fundamental understanding of machining process cycle time to provide estimated completion dates and manage daily workload. Effectively manage all CNC programs and historical information on a network database. Performs designated maintenance functions; assumes ownership for quality of machined parts; participates in training; maintains housekeeping and safety standards.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Maintain plant tooling/fixtures per plant needs.
Fabricate new tooling/fixtures per engineering designs.
Follow a maintenance schedule for tooling/fixtures per preventative maintenance program.
Maintain safe work conditions and participate in 5S activities.
Compliance with all company regulations, procedures and policies.
Be able to troubleshoot equipment if necessary and contact support for technical assistance.
Teamwork and participation within department.
Communicate and participate in timely preventative maintenance.
Provide training and share knowledge with co-workers as necessary.
Assist in decision process for future equipment upgrades, purchases and tooling needs.
Report all machining/maintenance issues promptly.
Participate with teams to create continuous improvement efforts and procedures.
Follow all company rules, procedures and policies.
Must be self-motivated and self-directed.
Work overtime and shift changes as required to support plant needs
Support maintenance as necessary
MAJOR WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:
Business Unit Supervisors, Production Workers, Quality Control Individuals, Maintenance Workers, CI Engineers.
REQUIRED SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:
Education: High School Diploma or GED. Technical School Certification Machining required. Technical School Degree - Machining preferred.
Well developed written and oral communications. Must be able to communicate complex issues clearly.
Ability to read/interpret blueprints, prefer ability to weld, ability to set up, program and operate CNC machine centers and other equipment. Understanding basic speed and feed calculations.
Microsoft Office skills. Must be able to access data bases and retrieve files.
Ability to perform algebraic and trigonometric calculations, metric conversions.
Reasoning Ability: Must have logical and mathematical reasoning. Must be able to identify equipment issues, analyze the root cause, and develop a repair plan.
Physical Demands: Ability to lift 50 lbs, ability to reach, bend and twist. Must be able to stand for long periods.
Work Environment: Lean Manufacturing facility with noise areas and varying temperatures.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Douglas Dynamics, LLC does not discriminate against qualified applicants in hiring or promoting employees because of race, color, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or disability.
Tool Room Machinist
Is a sense of quality and efficiency important to you? The Tool Room Machinist we seek must be able to effectively operate all tool room machinery. In addition, the candidate must help manage the activities of our outside tool support services and coordinate tool repairs, as required. If you have what it takes to assist this department, we want to talk to you!
This position assists in all tool design and all tool room activities on new projects and existing tool repairs/upgrades to ensure customer satisfaction. This will be accomplished by seeing that tooling deadlines are met and that all tooling is designed and built to meet and exceed customer satisfaction.
Responsibilities and Duties
Assist in All Daily Tool Room Activities
- Help quote all new tooling and revisions to tooling and maintain accurate records in the database
- Evaluate work requests and estimated job times and coordinate all personnel and equipment schedules to optimize resources to meet new tool build and tool repair due dates
- Develop, document, execute and sustain standardized best practices, systems and rules to streamline processes for the elimination of wasteful practices of all tool room activity
- Order necessary supplies for both repair and new tooling construction
- Monitor and ensure the on-going performance and maintenance of all molds, trim dies, and fixtures.
Communication of Job Status and Record Keeping
- Maintain tooling and department materials inventory.
- Schedule outside vendors (welders, polishers, EDM, machine repair) to meet customer targets.
- Maintain job records, purchasing records, routers and certifications.
- Organize and maintain job folders while new tooling is under construction.
Company Team Member
- Communicate with manufacturing, quality, engineering, tool room personnel, and vendors concerning tool debugging, tool design, equipment purchases, outside machining services, and operator training.
- Assist in developing new tooling customers and sales.
- Assist with the development and implementation of company goals and objectives.
Material and Process Management
- Evaluate new machining technologies and process improvements as well as implement as necessary to maximize new equipment and software investments.
- Implement basic levels of automation including pallet changes to improve changeover time, machine utilization, improved cycle times and unattended lights-out operations.
Health and Safety
- Ensure that all employees, equipment, materials, and areas of operation conform to appropriate health and safety regulations.
- Use industry standard tool room health and safety procedures to ensure the department is in compliance with company standards.
- Perform other duties or special projects as assigned.
- Follow all rules and regulations regarding safety, discipline, cooperation, and teamwork.
Qualifications and Skills
- Toolmaker for a minimum of 5 years
- Engineering and CNC high-speed machining knowledge
- Working knowledge of tool machining software.
- Experience in quoting new tools and projects
- Knowledge of plastic injection, zinc die-cast, and aluminum die-cast mold building
- Must be able to stand or walk for extended periods and routinely lift items up to 75 pounds
Tool Room Machinist (P09290)
Works in Tool Room assisting in machining of parts from blueprint/sketch, works with tooling as required in teardown, repair, and assembly.
Knowledge in use of all Machine Tools, and Measuring Instruments.
Machining of new parts, repair of used parts to original specifications.
Establishes or adjusts work procedures to meet production schedules.
Develops, recommends, and implements measures to improve production methods, equipment performance, and quality of product.
Maintains die maintenance records as required.
Attendance at work during the regularly scheduled shift is an essential duty. This includes, but is not limited to the ability to work overtime as required, to be present at work, arrive on time and be at the work station ready for work at the start o the shift.
SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Education/Expeience: High School Diploma or GED, Accredited Machinist School graduate (Journeyman certification), and/or 5+ years of machining experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Stamping die experience preferred.
Certificates & Licenses: Journeyman Machinist or any other accredited certifications.
Not required if experience applies. Must qualify in MiTek Forklift Certification. Other MiTek Certifications as required.
Effectively communicate with co-workers and management regarding work and safety issues.
Read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Write routine reports and correspondence.
Has broad knowledge of shop mathematics, and materials.
Some PC skills helpful, but not required.
Reasoning Ability: Apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed written or oral instructions.
Comprehend job training and safety instructions. Work with problems involving variables and apply sound reasoning.
Has required skill in operation of all hand tools, measurement instruments, and machine tools.
Has required knowledge of all Tooling, Stamping Dies, Die Components, and Die/Press operations. Has high level of mechanical ability
5 to 7 year of manual machinist experience is required. We are not looking for a CNC operator.
Tool Room Machinist With Norman Noble Inc
The position listed below is not with Rapid Interviews but with Norman Noble Inc.
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Job DescriptionTool Room Machinist
Skills/Experience: • CNC milling experience (set-up & operate)• Experience with small, complex, tight tolerance parts preferred• Experience in aerospace or medical manufacturing is a plus.• Solid shop math skills required.• Experience with fixture design/manufacture is preferred.• Understanding of GD&T, tooling, machine operation and G&M codes required.• Must be able to read and interpret blueprints and work in metric and standard dimensional systems• Ability to work safely and follow detailed work instructions required• Good attendance and ability to work efficiently to achieve business goals required• Must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, verbal and written Work, learn and grow with the best in the industry!
Our employees enjoy working in a clean, state of the art facility and a superior compensation and benefits package including: medical, vision, dental, health savings (HSA) or flex benefits, life and disability insurances, paid vacation and holidays, 401(k) with match, and many other perks and incentives that make this a great place to work!
We maintain a drug-free workplace and are an equal employment opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veteran status.
APPLY TODAYSubmit resume (.pdf or .doc format) to: Subject Line, Use: Senior Machinist Norman Noble is located in Northeast Ohio (Highland Heights) approximately 30 minutes east of Cleveland Hopkins Airport and 20 minutes east of the Rockside Road/Independence interchange.
We are easily accessible via I-71/I-90 and I-480.
Company DescriptionLocated in Highland Heights, Ohio, Norman Noble is a world leader in micro precision manufacturing.
As a contract manufacturer of medical device implants and aerospace parts, Norman Noble specializes in micromachining of exotic materials to very complex geometries with dimensional tolerances to 0001". For over 69 years, customers have relied on our expertise, capabilities, and professionalism.
Applying incomparable knowledge and experience, our highly trained staff of engineers, technicians, and machinists develop and execute custom manufacturing processes required to take a project from prototype to full-scale manufacturing.
Press Room Equipment is looking for a talented CNC Machinist to join our team! Located in Springfield, Press Room has provided the best value in press feeding and coil handling equipment for over 40 years! Using the best manufacturing technology, Press Room fabricates, machines, wires and assembles all equipment in our own facilities.
Our CNC Machinists prepare and operate CNC machines, translating instructions into computer commands so the machines can perform the correct functions. They need to understand the task at hand, and be able to read blueprints, mechanical drawings, etc.
If you have CNC experience and a keen eye for detail this may be the role for you!
The successful candidate for this position will be able to:
Apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed written and oral instructions.
Set up their assigned machine to complete the specified jobs.
Change and accurately measure tooling in the machine.
Adjust offsets to produce a good part.
Keep work area and machines clean and organized.
Ability to regularly lift and move up to 50 lbs, and occasionally up to 75 lbs.
Perform other duties, as assigned.
Interested? Here's what we would like to see:
High School Diploma or GED, Required.
1-3 years CNC experience and/or training.
Highest degree of honesty and integrity.
Strong communication skills, with the ability to work well within a team.
Ability to recognize problems and correct issues.
Understanding and ability to apply standard machinist measuring tools.
Press Room Equipment is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Tool Room Machinist
Plan, layout, and perform difficult machining operations and bench work to construct, alter, repair or manufacture prototype parts, tools, dies, fixtures, jigs, gages, attachments, mechanisms, molds, etc., of complicated and involved design and purpose to close and exacting tolerances and finish requirements. Work with minimum supervision.
Control Devices LLC is a leading designer and manufacturer of engineered flow control solutions providing high quality valves and industrial parts for the compressed air, pressure washer, automotive, fluid power, fire protection, specialty gas and pneumatic industries. CDI offers a line of standard products that has grown over the years, but prides itself in the ability to design and manufacture valves for custom applications.
KEY RESULT AREAS:
Set-up and operate: engine lathe, jig borer, vertical and horizontal mill, single spindle drill press, surface, OD, and pedestal grinder to machine and finish metal components to precise dimensions within exacting tolerances up to plus or minus 0.0002".
Determine dimensional allowances and perform bench operations to construct and finish tooling to involve polishing, fitting, aligning, timing, adjusting, and calibrating mechanisms.
Produce machine components, tooling, or product prototype samples from prints or sketches provided.
Construct and assemble new test and assembly equipment, tooling, and fixtures.
Diagnose and adjust plant equipment to maintain proper operation.
Diagnose, maintain, and repair machinery, test and assembly equipment, tooling, and fixtures.
Owns own tools and precision measuring instruments and works with same as required.
- High School Diploma
Requires knowledge and experience with machining technology, mechanical principals, metallurgy, advanced shop mathematics, job layout, precision measuring procedures, machine set-ups, and machining characteristics of materials.
Ability to conceptualize and visualize operation of appropriate type tooling to accomplish desired end results.
Team player focus
High energy individual able to multi-task several assignments
Results oriented with a high commitment level
Manages priorities to ensure timely completion of tasks
Good oral and written communication skills are required
Good organizational abilities
Ability to actively participate in various teams and initiatives
Ability to stand or sit for long periods at a time.
OTHER DESIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND TRAITS:
Five or more years of diversified machining experience.
Experience with pneumatics and hydraulics.
- Plant / Shop environment
PRIMARY FUNCTION To make and repair tools, fixtures, gauges, templates, dies, machine parts and instrument parts
Receives instructions, prints and work orders.
Interpret ANSI standards, blueprints drawings and sketches.
Working Knowledge of geometric tolerating (understanding symbols on blue print)
Plans and determines working procedure for tools; and material requirements along with the Engineering Department
Designs simple tools, jigs and fixtures.
Makes sketches of parts and performs any layout as desired.
Calculates and determines dimensions, tapers, indices and other data using shop formulae and handbooks asnecessary
Selects and grinds tools for the job in accordance with hardness, machineablity, desired finished and otherproperties of parts to be machined and programming requirements,
Sets up any type of machine tool common to the trade, adjusting stops, feeds, speeds, and indexing, tapering,or threading attachments and performs any type of operation which is adapted.
Machines and hand finished parts to precision tolerance and required surface.
Uses precisions measuring instrument; assembles, fits, aligns and adjust parts to very close tolerance.
Applies ordinary heat treatment to ferrous materials of any shape, requiring a general knowledge of physical properties of materials, critical temperatures, and various techniques of heating treating, drawing tempering, annealing and the application of various quenching mediums.
Performs work requiring a thorough knowledge of machine shop and tool room practices and techniques, properties of various materials, the principles of application and operation of various types of tools, fixtures, dies, instrument, and machinery, and the ability to plan and execute difficult work to precision tolerance.
Works in shop or field
Working knowledge of basic computer functions, as needed to store or retrieve CNC Programs. Must have working knowledge of the standard CNC "G" code language needed to run standard CNC equipment.
Perform and maintain responsibility for all in-process inspections, per standard inspection procedures throughout course of any given job, also responsible for practical knowledge of all inspection equipment necessary on any given job and maintained of same.
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