Posted: 10/15/18 Employment Type: Temporary Industry: CNC MACHINIST Job Number: 12693 Pay Rate: $20.00 - $28.00

The CNC Lathe Operator 2 is responsible for Operation of CNC Lathe in order to manufacture aerospace components as per drawing Able to Follow work instructions and Set-up sheets during shift to maintain the integrity of the parts as they come of the machine during the production cycle time.

The CNC Mill Operator is responsible for set-up, run, tear down 3, 4, and 5 axis CNC Mills to fabricate aerospace parts per engineering specifications without supervision.

Both of these positions require working nights and weekends.

CNC Lather Operator Lvl. 2: $25.00 - $28.00/hr.

" Operation of CNC Lathes with Faunc Controls
" Establish efficient production processes to maintain parts in print tolerance
" Minimum 2 year experience running CNC Lathes
" Operation of CNC lathes on daily basis.
" Inspection of parts as they come of machine.
" Deburring as needed during production.
" Fanuc control knowledge a plus
" Basic knowledge of commonly use M and G codes
" Aerospace knowledge a plus but not required
" Blue print reading level 2 with continued training
" Follow schedule set by supervisor
" Use micrometers and other precision tools
" Observe machine during operation
" Shop Math used on daily basis
" Introduction of boring 3 Jaw Chuck and properties that are involved
" Boring 3 jaw chuck setup under Supervision
" 1st part inspection prior to signing into QA for buy-off
" Introduction to carbide and grade selection
" Recognize any cutter/tooling issues on Lathe
" Speeds and feeds and how to determine
" Multi-Axis operation and understanding
" Performs other related duties as required and assigned.
" Able to read blue prints at level 2
" Able to hold as little as .0005 total tolerance
" Excellent attention to detail

CNC Mill Operator: $20.00 - $23.00/hr.

" Can demonstrate ability to set-up, run, tear down 3, 4, and 5 axis CNC Mills and dimensionally maintain quality in a production environment.
" Good Inspection Skills and Blueprint reading skills with ability to use all shop inspection tools.
" Basic Troubleshooting skills and must be able to recognize production problems such as out-of-tolerance Machining, poor finishes, damaged or worn cutters, and tooling.
" Ability to dial in a hole or Edge-Find and set Machine Offsets.
" Basic understanding of G & M code.
" Versatility across multiple machine centers is a plus.
" Meets job standard times with minimal supervision.
" Follows all safety guidelines established by the Company, including proper use of safety equipment and relevant safety procedures.
" Follow schedule set by supervisor
" Observe machine during operation
" Other duties as assigned

If interested, TEXT 206-379-6386 and tell us you are interested in job 12693

Vicki Medak

Vicki has worked in the hospitality industry for over 20 years in various management positions ranging from Training, Recruiting, Employee Relations, Compliance and Executive Leadership. She operates with a high degree of passion, integrity, responsibility, and a champion for people. Vicki is recognized as a strong leader with excellent technical abilities and competencies such as; partnering with clients and leads to achieve clear and measurable staffing objectives, promoting creativity and outside the box thinking, practical HR knowledge and a strong change agent with high capacity to adapt and problem solve in a fast paced and changing environment.
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