The CNC Operators reports to CNC Supervisor

A. Primary Position of the Position
The position is responsible for a variety of “plant” functions including, but not limited to, operating a CNC machine, working with various power tools, and maintain a clean and safe work environment.

 

B. Essential Functions and Activities of the Position

Troubleshooting

  • Problem solving with regard to equipment and tool malfunctions.
  • Problem solving with regard to production process.

Set-up machine for new runs correctly and efficiently

Operate CNC machine

  • Place product onto fixture to begin machine cycle (currently maximum unit weight is 50 pounds).
  • Start-up machine and -program cycles for existing jobs and shut down procedure.
  • Recognize malfunctioning of machine.
  • Perform other secondary functions during each station cycle time.
  • Recognize quality problems of machined part. Continually work to improve the process. Attention to detail.
  • Remove machined part from fixture and move to secondary area.
  • Lifting and movement of materials, including use of pallet trucks and forklifts.
  • Staging of raw materials, movement of components, and positioning and repositioning of finished goods.
  • Cut scrap, deburring, and other assigned task as necessary.

 

C. Required Skills, Knowledge, Traits and Abilities

  • Good communication skills.
  • Attention to detail
  • Mechanical aptitude.
  • Forklift operator.
  • Problem solving and troubleshooting skills.
  • Physical strength and stamina.
  • Ability to work unsupervised (after training completed).
  • Ability to compare work against standards of quality provided and distinguish between acceptable and unacceptable parts.
  • Ability to recognize inefficiencies and develop methods and/or procedures to improve the process and operations.
  • Ability to read G and M Code
  • Ability to properly read a caliper and other measuring tools

 

D. Desirable but not required experience

  • High School education and diploma (or GED equivalent).
  • Experience using a variety of hand and power tools, preferably with some of the power tools listed above.
  • Previous employment in a manufacturing environment, preferably CNC set up and machine operation.

 

E. Working Environment

  • Working hours normally 40 hours per week but may expand and/or contract with level of business
  • The individual must be flexible relative to the work schedule including possible mandatory overtime

 

Email resumes to: New Plastics Plus Human Resources