CNC Machine Operator
Kirkville, NY 13082
Machine Operator-CNC - 1st and 2nd Shift
Overall goal is to run machinery to perform additional machining to parts run in first operation within company standards for safety, quality and productivity. Essential part quality.
Perform minor tool adjustments/changes as necessary to maintain part quality.
Communicate all information needed to assure smooth shift transition with prior/next shift at all times.
Housekeeping: maintain work area in a neat and orderly manner, keep floors clean and free of oil & chips. Perform all safety inspections to equipment daily, use proper machine guards and lifting techniques. Follow company policies, procedures and safety rules as described in the company's Employee Handbook.
Knowledge, skills and ability:
Ability to read and understand Blue Prints, Inspection Plans and follow instructions. Ability to use and interpret precision measuring gauges including micrometers and calipers. Ability to use the computer to enter production and print routing cards and complete all necessary paperwork. Ability to use, understand and properly respond to SPC results.
Ability to use basic hand tools to make necessary tool adjustments or tool changes (hammer, screw driver, allen and other wrenches).
Load production machinery with parts completed from 1st operation per instructions. Assure parts meet customer specifications by measuring parts per inspection plan. Enter SPC as required and properly respond to out of control conditions. Alert QC or supervisor if there are any questions/concerns regarding part quality. Perform machine PM per work instructions, including clearing chips from machining area & maintain proper oil/coolant levels. Complete all paperwork per proper procedures (routing card, tool change logs, count sheets etc.). Properly identify parts and enter production into information system. Move parts to proper location after machining and verifying attention to the following safety policies: Wearing of personal protection equipment, Lockout/Tag out, Fire response and evacuation, Ergonomic, Lifting policy
Education, Training and Experience: High school diploma or GED
Ability to use basic math and understand instructions. Exposure to factory environment and willingness to learn machine operations.
Moderate work - lift up to 35 lbs. Frequently.
Climb ladder & balance to load parts into hopper. May reach while loading parts and push/pull to engage machine, move parts. Bend, stoop or crouch to clear chips or lift part pans. Use fingers & hands to manipulate parts while loading machine. Use close visual concentration while inspecting parts. Repetitive motion required for loading parts.
Continual standing and walking to perform duties.