• CNC Machinist

    Job Location US-GA-Newnan
    ID
    2018-4382
    # of Openings
    30
    Category
    Manufacturing
    Type
    Direct Hire
  • Overview

    The CNC Machinist works as a part of a team machining superalloy forgings using blueprints, customer specifications and standard work to hold tolerances < .001 on OEM and MRO engine components.

    Responsibilities

    • Operates all types of CNC metal-cutting machines and equipment. Machinery and equipment include, EDM, lathes, mills, boring mills, and grinders.
    • Plans and performs setups, layouts, and execution of work according to product specifications, blueprints, drawings, and work instructions.
    • Performs all work in accordance with plant safety rules and maintains highest quality standards in the execution of all assigned work.
    • Performs routine preventative maintenance on all machines and other routine labor work as required in accordance with production flow.
    • Operator to adhere to all 5s / CPEX policies and to have a continuous improvement mindset.

    Qualifications

    • Must have HS Diploma or GED. Strong shop mathematics, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals and fractions required.
    • On the job experience, minimum of 5 years, in CNC Machining. Experience machining superalloy (Inconel and Waspaloy) highly desirable.
    • Must have on the job experience planning and performing setups, layouts, and execution of work according to product specifications, blueprints, drawings, and work instructions.
    • The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate strong spatial awareness centered around mental folding and rotation to demonstrate ability to read CMM/inspection results and interpret offset and other machining adjustments.
    • Experience using special holding fixtures, counterbalances and counterweights for positioning and securing product in machines and to avoid distortion or run-out during operations.
    • Must have experience machining tolerances <.001, inspecting own work against blueprint specs through the use of a variety of measuring instruments including micrometers, calipers, scales, thread gages, etc.

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