Machinist Apprentice Marine Engine Job Description Sample
Marine Engine Technology Program Director & Instructor
Lanier TechnicalCollege is conducting a search for the following full-time, benefit-eligible, salaried position.
POSITION: Marine Engine Technology Program Director& Instructor - Hall County Campus
Deanof Applied Technology
Lowto high $50's, depending on education, qualifications, and experience
Submit requested information by August 6th, 2018 for immediate consideration
Responsible for teaching Marine Engine Technology courses and for the general
effectiveness of course organization, administration, and outcomes assessment.
Under general supervision, develops program and course outlines, goals and objectives
Prepares lesson plans for classroom instruction for credited Marine Engine Technology courses
Evaluates students' progress in attaining goals and objectives
Requests and maintains supplies and equipment and prepares required budget requests
Maintains program certification requirements, as appropriate
Prepares and maintains all required documentation and administrative reports
Ensures safety and security requirements are met in the training area
Meets with students, staff members and other educators to discuss students' instructional programs and other issues impacting the progress of the students
Assists with recruitment, retention and job placement efforts
Work with Dean to coordinate the hiring of adjunct instructors
Manages administrative responsibilities related to scheduling, developing syllabi and teaching courses
Also performs various duties as Program Director, i.e. responsible for management of all adjunct personnel and provides all information to complete various departmental and College reports
Will assure that all programmatic standards are met
Responsible for administrative duties related to student advisement, advisory committee meetings, and program development
Other duties as assigned by Dean
Technical Diploma in Marine Technology from a regionally accredited college or university AND three (3) years of work experience in a position related to Marine Engine Technology
Must be credentialed to satisfy all appropriate accrediting agencies
A comprehensive knowledge of Marine Engine service, including experience with maintenance, diagnosis, troubleshooting, and repair
Ability to work flexible hours, and manage multiple & competing priorities
Knowledge of pedagogical practice and theory
Knowledge of the mission of postsecondary technical education
Knowledge of academic course standards, and LTC's academic programs
Ability to work and communicate cooperatively with students, faculty, and staff
Skill in the preparation and delivery of classroom content
Ability to handle administrative responsibilities related to teaching of courses, data collection, and reporting for license agency, accreditation agencies, and the College
Skill in the operation of computers and job-related software programs
Effective oral and written communication skills, decision-making, and problem solving skills
NOTE: A background check and professional reference check are part of the selection process. Please contact Human Resources at 770-533-6903 or email@example.com if you need assistance/accommodation during the application/interview process.
Lanier Technical College is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam Era, or citizenship status (except in those circumstances permitted or mandated by law).
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Minimum qualifications for this position will be determined by the teaching discipline and compliance with appropriate accrediting bodies. Faculty must be credentialed to satisfy all appropriate accrediting bodies for the course assigned
Exciting News: An apprenticeship program has been approved for implementation on the East Aurora campus for January 2018.
Open Positions: 6 (Aircraft)
Position: Moog Inc. Cell Machinist (Full Time Regular)
Final Labor Grade: S-25
Affiliation: Erie Community College & Moog Inc. Machine Shops
Duration: Approximately 2.5 yrs. (30 mos.)
Commitment: 5000 hours
Eleven (11) relevant courses @ E.C.C. (2 classes/semester)*
Matriculation into the Industrial Technology Program at ECC will be required (only the courses we select are mandatory, however you may finish the program if you wish to get a degree)
On-Line Geometric Tolerance Course
Subject to change based on ECC class availability
Initial Wage Rate: $19.50/hr with quarterly (0.75) increases.
S-25 Cell Machinist position awarded on available shift at time (1st, 2nd, 3rd).
E.C.C. class time must be made up when it interferes with your shift.
Class Tuition is reimbursed per Moog's Tuition Assistance Policy.
Shop training is shift and location dependent on a quarterly basis.
Student is required to accommodate shift change (1st, 2nd, 3rd) as defined by program curriculum.
Aircraft Machine Shop
How to Apply: Interested applicants should submit their candidacy through the on-line posting process in Taleo for ALL Machinist Apprentice positions posted.
Posting Numbers: 184692, 184691, 184690, 184689, 184688, 184687
EOE/AA Minority/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Female/Disability/Veteran
Manual Engine Lathe, Swing Shift, Cnc/Manual Machinist 2-4
- Swing Shift DOE (opened until filled)
Peterson Pacific Corp. is an Oregon based Manufacturing Corporation established in 1981. In 2007 Peterson Pacific was purchased by Astec Industries Inc. Peterson manufactures heavy equipment, is focused on innovation, and continuously developing new machines for the forestry and recycling markets. Peterson's equipment includes, but is not limited to; horizontal grinders, disc and drum chippers, infield chain flail debarkers, blower trucks, etc.
Set up and operate one or more CNC machining center to perform drilling, tapping, milling, boring and other machining operations over a range of surfaces, diameters, and depths. Must determine operation sequence, select and adjust tools and mount in storage matrix. Job set ups may be complex and require milling to very close tolerances.
Experience setting up and operating either a Harrison lathe that is ten foot between centers and has 16 swing or a manual engine lathe with a 10 foot bed & turning diameter of 40 inches maximum, to perform horizontal and vertical lathe machining operations on steel in the manufacture of parts for heavy equipment machinery. Determines operation sequence, selects and adjusts tools and mount in storage matrix. Trains and inspects work of other shop personnel in the correct operation of lathe machining processes.
Peterson is dedicated to a culture of Behavior Based SAFETY and a Healthy Environment!
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (MAY INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO):
Ensure that safe work practices are followed and adhered to.
Check production schedule or shop request list and plan work tasks.
Study blueprints, drawings, manuals, specifications, or sample part to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished work piece, sequence of operations, setup requirements, and check for errors.
Accurately measures, numbers, identifies dimensions, and reference points on material for fabrication or other work cells for further machining as necessary.
Selects, aligns, and secures holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials on machines as necessary to machine parts as required.
Calculates and sets controls to regulate machining factors such as speed, feed, coolant flow, depth, and angle of cut, or enters commands to retrieve, input, or edit computerized machine control media according to established guidelines and procedures.
Starts and observes machine operation to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining, and adjusts machine controls or control media as required.
Inspect finished work-piece(s) to blueprints, quality standards, exact tolerances; using measuring and inspection tools as necessary.
Sets up and operates machine on trial run to verify accuracy of machine settings or programmed control data to process steel (some pieces weighing as much as 300 lbs).
Consults with engineers, production management, programmers, or others to resolve machining or programming problems.
Maintain a clean and organized work area and maintain all equipment, to like new appearance, according to maintenance plans and established procedures.
Miscellaneous other duties as directed by Machine Shop or Shift Lead.
Assist with directing work activities of any support staff as necessary (fork lift operator, CNC machine trainees, and/or material handlers).
Proficient in promoting safe and healthy work environment.
Notifies supervisor of product discrepancies or equipment malfunctions.
Adheres to established company policies and procedures paying special attention to safety regulations.
Report defective materials, equipment, or questionable conditions to the supervisor/manager to identify and correct the root cause.
Wear personal protective equipment (PPE) in accordance with training guidelines.
Attend a weekly department safety meeting.
Separates scrap or waste materials for recycling, reuse, or environmentally sound disposal.
Maintain cleanliness in designated workspace by practicing 6S principles to reduce safety risks.
Minimum 3 yrs. experience as a CNC machinist in a heavy manufacturing industry, millwright, or demonstrated abilities through on-the-job training or education.
Minimum 3 years knowledge of and experience working with steel.
Overhead and Jib crane experience required.
Continue to grow lean knowledge and use the tools to identify and assist with continuous improvement.
Ability to apply concepts such as basic math skills, fractions, micrometers, percentages, ratios, proportions to practical situations, and able to convert decimals into inches.
Must be able to read and interpret a tape measure, blueprints, and bills of material (BOM's).
Associate of Art's degree (A.A.) from two-year College or similar degree from a technical school; or two to three years related experience and/or training working at a machining center; or equivalent combination of education and experience equivalent as deemed sufficient by management.
Must have successfully completed appropriate on-the-job or formal training in CNC machine center operation or similar computer numeric controlled machinery operation.
Job related skills
Maintain positive, cooperative working relationships by working, acting, and communicating with various personalities getting along with customers, vendors, co-workers and management working both individually and as part of a team.
Capacity to learn quickly, parts machined are unique to manufactured equipment and change orders are frequent.
Flexible and adaptable in coping with pressures, deadlines, and rapidly changing situations.
Skill in working efficiently and accurately to keep up with production requirements.
Safe material handling skills in working with steel.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Peterson Pacific Corporation does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, marital status, disability status, national origin or ancestry, veteran status, age, prior industrial injury, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other protected status under local, state or federal law.
Apprentice entry level position responsible to learn how to set up and operate conventional, special purpose, numerical control (NC) machines, manual lathes, millers, grinders, drill presses and band saws to fabricate metallic and nonmetallic parts by performing the following duties.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Work under the general direction of the department supervisor with a minimum of supervision.
Studies blueprints, sketches, drawings, manuals, specifications, or sample part to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished work piece, sequence of operations, and setup requirements.
Measures, marks, and scribes dimensions and reference points on material or work piece as guides for subsequent machining.
Selects, aligns, and secures holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials on machines such as mills, lathes, jig borers, grinders, and shapers.
Calculates and sets controls to regulate machining factors such as speed, feed, coolant flow, and depth and angle of cut, or enters commands to retrieve, input, or edit computerized machine control media.
Starts and observes machine operation to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining, and adjusts machine controls or control media as required.
Verifies conformance of finished work piece to specifications using various measurement tools, including micrometers, caliper, and comparator.
Sets up and operates machine on trial run to verify accuracy of machine settings or programmed control data.
Fits and assembles parts into complete assembly.
Verifies dimensions and alignment of assembly.
Installs machined replacement parts in mechanisms, machines, and equipment, and tests operation of unit to ensure functionality and performance.
Reports defective material, any unusual condition or circumstance immediately to supervisor.
Maintains personal productive and quality standards as determined by company.
Follows standard practices and procedures as outlined by company policy.
Obeys all safety regulations.
Maintains area in a clean and orderly condition.
Performs all other duties as directed or required.
This position has no supervisory responsibilities.
Q4 is seeking a Machinist Apprentice to gather materials, cut / prepare materials for fabrication, clean production areas and assist as needed throughout the production area. The ideal candidate will be reliable, with prior experience cutting wood, plastic or metal.
Prepare materials for fabrication by cutting and trimming;
Review drawings and lists and gather materials as required;
Shift materials from work areas as necessary;
Assist in all areas of production as requested;
Clean up material & prep for welding, remove weld splatter and sharp edges/burs on completed product
Organize, collect & stage material within the shop for recycling.
2 years prior related experience, especially experience with material cutting (steel, aluminum, composites) or carpentry skills
General knowledge of hand tools and most power tools, including grinders, sanders, drill press, portable drills, mag drills, saws, hydraulic presses, rivet tools, forklifts, cutters, torches and welders. Ability to read a tape measure to the nearest 1/16 or millimeter.
Previous welding experience is a plus.
Reading and understanding manufacturing drawings required.
Driver's License with a clean driving record required.
Growing company in the Orlando area offering competitive salary and excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision insurance, and supplemental insurance. Three weeks of Paid Time Off per year plus 10-12 paid holidays. 401k and profit sharing.
Q4 is a Florida drug free workplace and an equal employment opportunity employer. This employer participates in E-verify, background checks, and drug screenings. Q4 was recently selected as one of the 2017 Orlando Sentinel Top 100 Companies. This survey and award program was designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in Central Florida, benefiting the region's economy, its work force and businesses. Please apply online - no phone calls please.
Q4 is an independent market-leading supplier of innovative and unique visual display systems to the military and commercial simulation and training industry. With its headquarters located in Florida, Q4 Services specializes in the manufacture, service and support of visual display systems to the simulation and training industry. Due to increased growth.
Apprentice Machinist Tool And Die Maker
We're a well-established successful company with a strong history of success. We produce a wide range component of high quality for a diverse clientele. We're located just over an hour north or New York City in a scenic town near shops, amenities, easy transportation access, golf courses and great restaurants.
We're are looking for a hands-on individual who wants to learn develop their career as a tool & die maker. We will provide a high-quality work environment for the right individual who's hungry and wants to grow in our company. We are also offering a long-term commitment for someone who is interested in a future leadership role.
What you will do as a Tool and Die Maker
- Build dies, tools, fixtures, machines and parts
- Troubleshoot and repair existing dies and equipment
- Operate standard machines and equipment
- Preventive maintenance
- Make repairs of equipment as required
- Work from drawings or verbal instructions
- Work in accordance with all Company procedures
What you will need as a Tool and Die Maker
- High school/ GED required, advanced training preferred
- ability to work independently
- 2+ year of experience working with tools
- Experience with 2-up dies or/and in-die sensors preferred
- Other tasks as assigned
What you will get as a Tool and Die Maker
- Competitive Pay
- health, dental, vision
- 401 K
- generous vacation time and sick days
- career growth opportunity
- excellent work environment
- safe and clean work environment
If you’re a talented person looking for a great career with tremendous growth potential, please apply today.
Machinist Apprenticeship Program
Candidates will be required to complete an 8000-hour training program focused on achieving a Journeyman Machinist card including NIMS credentialing for machining Level I &II. This candidate will be required to learn/operate milling machines (manual and CNC), lathes (manual and CNC), grinding, CMMs, heat treating, basic engineering, basic electrical/electronics, quality assurance, welding, paint, and assembly & customer service operations associated with the Hydromat machines.
High school diploma or equivalent, and basic machining knowledge or NIMS level I credentials required. Technical associates degree highly preferred.
When you work for a world leader that recognizes and rewards your best efforts, you can expect the best for your career. Explore the exceptional opportunities now available at Hydromat, Inc., the leader in precision transfer machine technology.
We provide a state-of-the-art environment where challenge and growth go hand-in-hand. Hydromat strives for excellence to guarantee Total Customer Satisfaction.
We are committed to gain the appreciation and respect of our customers, associates, suppliers, friends and community. As an industry leader and visionary, our conduct will always be of the highest credibility and ethical values.
Our mission is to create innovative and unique manufacturing solutions that provide high quality and cost effective production capabilities for metalworking manufacturers. We emphasize continued after sales support in the form of engineering, parts inventory, training, and comprehensive customer service.
Youth Machinist Apprentice
Under direct supervision, assists with loading and unloading operation and set-up activities of a Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) machine(s). Supports with machine housekeeping activities and inspections.
Will learn how to read CNC programs, make necessary offsets, work its routine and machine parts to ordinary tolerances.
Will obtain basic knowledge of various metals and of measurements used in machining processes.
Use of addition, subtraction, multiplication and the division of numbers including decimals and fractions; simple use of formulas, charts, tables, drawings, specifications, schedules, use of adjustable measuring instruments; checking of forms, records and comparable data; where interpretation is required involving basic skills knowledge.
Use of some judgment to comply with instructions, prescribed routines, methods and/or practices or to respond to preset computer menu choices or preprogrammed computer commands involving the making of minor decisions.
Continuous mental and visual attention; usually repetitive work or diversified operations requiring constant alertness or activity.
Operate various types of cleaning equipment, such as degreasers to clean parts.
Follow quality, safety and youth apprentice rules.
Action Oriented – Taking on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency, high energy, and enthusiasm.
Customer Focus – Building strong customer relationships and delivering customer-centric solutions.
Instills Trust – Gaining the confidence and trust of others through honesty, integrity, and authenticity.
Optimizes Work Processes – Knowing the most effective and efficient processes to get things done, with a focus on continuous improvement.
Self-Development – Actively seeking new ways to grow and be challenged using both formal and informal development channels.
Experience and Skill Required.
- Must be enrolled in the youth apprenticeship program in conjunction with a local high
school or technical college.
Must be willing to perform other tasks as required.
- Must be willing to work hours required in accordance with federal and state child labor
Must be able to lift 25 pounds max, no more than once every 5 min.
Ability to learn to read and comprehend blueprints.
Must be able to learn to perform visual inspection of machined parts and must be able to use necessary measuring devices and gauges.
Must be able to check own work.
Reports to the Quality Manager.
Participate in efforts to continually improve processes and material flow within the assigned area.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and particularly
Rexnord® is a $2 billion multi-platform diversified global industrial company with exceptional and trusted brands that serve a diverse array of global end markets. Founded in 1891, Rexnord is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A. and employs approximately 8,000 associates worldwide. For more information about the company visit www.rexnordcorp.com.
Our Process & Motion Control platform designs, manufactures, markets and services highly engineered mechanical components that help customers increase productivity and prevent downtime. Rexnord aerospace products can be found throughout aircraft from the engine to the landing gear. Our Water Management platform offers water solutions that help protect human health and the environment.
The company is operated in a disciplined way with the Rexnord Business System (RBS), a process-based framework for world-class operating performance and continuous improvement. RBS enables speed, scalability and consistency to drive superior customer satisfaction and financial results. By deploying our RBS methodology, Rexnord continues to solidify and grow long-standing, globally competitive businesses, while systematically integrating acquisitions and finding new ways to grow.
Doing the right thing has been part of our core values for more than a century. So have volunteerism and philanthropy, and our Rexnord Foundation formalized this commitment more than 60 years ago. We make our communities better with individual and organizational volunteering, matching gifts, grants, scholarships and corporate donations.
Within Rexnord Power Transmission, we design, manufacture, market and service specified, highly engineered mechanical components worldwide used within complex systems where our customers' reliability requirements and the cost of failure or downtime are extremely high. We keep industry moving with products and services that enhance the reliability of equipment supporting key industries, including food, beverage & liquid, automotive, energy, and mining. Our new digital productivity platform, DiRXN (pronounced "Direction"), based on the integration of innovative Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and e-commerce technologies with a leading portfolio of tools, products and services, connects our customers to data and information that allows them to optimize productivity across all stages of their lifecycles.
Total Rewards and Benefits
Competitive Salary & Variable Incentive Compensation Plan (position specific)
Medical, Dental, Vision, STD, LTD, AD&D, and Life Insurance
Discretionary Personal Retirement Account
Matching 401(k) Contribution
Health Savings Account
Matching Gift Program
Equal Opportunity Employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Automotive Machinist Apprentice
We are looking for a clean, organized, and professional Automotive Machinist to perform the following:
Typical 5 day X 8 hour per day work week but overtime is sometimes required
CNC and/or welding experience a plus
Job duties include but are not limited to
Ability to Turn Brake Rotors and Drums
Ability to Grind Flywheels
Clean Engine Blocks, Cylinder Heads and run a VAT
Able to Rebuild and Resurface Cylinder heads
Ability to Cut Valve seats, Bore and hone blocks and Balance Rotating Assemblies is a plus but not required.
Able to set up and operate a variety of machine tools to produce precision parts
Able to fabricate, modify, or repair customers parts
Set up and operate machine tools as follows:
Milling Machines: horizontal, vertical, and boring mills
Turning Machines: engine lathe, vertical boring mill
Able to use close tolerance measuring tools and indicators
Comparison tools, such as adjustable parallels and plain calipers
Direct reading tools, such as rules, scales, and Vernier calipers
Able to chase threads to close tolerances using wire gauges
Ability to determine feed, speeds, and select tooling for a variety of materials including alloy steel, stainless steel, carbon steel and plastics
Accurately apply intermediate mathematical skill, including geometry, trigonometry, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and conversion of fractions and decimals.
Ability to work with very small tolerance, usually within .0005" to .001"
Read blueprints and sketches, to determine product dimensions and tolerances and to determine work procedures.
GPC believes the fair and equitable treatment of employees, customers, suppliers and other persons is critical to fulfilling its vision and goals. GPC conducts its business without regard to sex, race, creed, color, religion, marital status, national origin, age, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability, military status, status as a veteran, or any other protected characteristic. GPC's policy is to recruit, hire, train, promote, assign, transfer and terminate employees based on their own ability, achievement, experience and conduct and other legitimate business reasons.
Military And Marine Engineer
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
Salary: $85K–$95K Per Year
We are seeking a Military Veteran with Engineering Experience. If you have the qualifications, interest and experience please apply immediately.
Essential Job Duties Include:
- Review and interpret contract requirements of RFQ's and product orders
- Generate and submit technical software requirements of product orders/contracts
- Determine product packaging and marking requirements of product orders/ contracts
- Responsible for final product quality and conformance via final inspection
- Oversee inspection of parts, pumps and units as conducted by vendors
- Oversee pump and unit testing and the review and approval of test reports
- Provide application and technical assistance to customers and sales staff
- Manage the calibration system for gauges and inspection equipment
- Provide manufacturing process support for vendors and Materials Manager
- Provide product application and configuration control analysis
- Assist in the development of formal quotations
- Assist in the procurement of new or challenging component configurations
- Produce and update component and equipment drawings as necessary
- Other Duties as assigned or required.
Safety and Security, Military Contracts, Negotiation, Sales Support, Analytical, Mathematical, Technical, Computer Skills, Interpersonal, Oral Communication, Written Communication, Managing Others, Delegation, Change Management, Quality Management, Business Acumen, Customer Service, Cost Consciousness, Diversity, Ethics
- Military Veteran Required
- Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent job experience
- Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry
- Proven record of working well in a team environment
- Intermediate or above computer skills
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
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