- Reads and interprets blueprints, planning sheets, sketches and related technical data to determine tooling requirements, setup procedures, control settings and machining methods and sequences.
- Mounts, aligns, and secures tooling, attachments and work holding devices on the machine as required.
- Selects and installs cutting tools in machine.
- Loads the required program into the machine control from the “Master Program Database” per IPM procedures.
- Presets the work coordinates as required in relationship to workpiece.
- Starts machine and monitors displays and machine operation to detect malfunctions.
- Must be able to make changes such as feed rate, surface footage, depth of cut and dimensional requirements as required to get the job producing to the quality and production rates necessary.
- Strives to meet or beat production and set-up rates shown on the Job Traveler.
- Makes tooling offset changes as required to keep the parts to tolerances specified.
- Must be able to use and read all part measuring devices to assure 100% quality on parts being produced. May also need to setup gages required for the job if so instructed.
- Needs to be able to determine what alternate tooling to use if the tooling listed on the setup sheet is not available or does not work.
- Has to understand and be able to use the machine overrides.
- Operates machine manually to perform nonautomated functions, (i.e. boring jaws, machining fixtures, etc.) and when automatic programming is faulty or machine malfunctions.
- Discusses programming or processing issues with supervisor or programming personnel to resolve problems.
- Needs to keep the machine, tooling, parts and work area clean and orderly.
- Performs basic maintenance requirements.
- Fills out the required setup reports, notating changes to original and returns these reports to the designated person or area.
- Returns the program to the “Master Program Database” when the job is completed per IPM procedures.
- Fills out the “Quality Control Forms” as required.
- Reports work activity accurately utilizing the data collection system or daily production cards.
- Assists other employees of IPM as directed by “Shop Supervisor”.
- Follows all safety rules and reports any situation that is unsafe to the “Shop Supervisor”.
- Suggests changes that may improve the overall operation of International Precision Machining.
- 1st Shift Hours are 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
- 2nd Shift Hours are 3:15 p.m. to 1:15 a.m. Monday-Thursday
Education and Experience:
- Minimum Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent.
- 1-3 Years experience required, operating manual or CNC machines in the metal working industry.
Experience is preferred and will always be given first consideration. But people with the desire and ability to learn, that have mechanical ability, are willing to work hard and are responsible, are encouraged to send in a resume or apply in person.
Compensation & Benefits: Compensation is based upon experience. IPM offers competitive wages with a complete benefit package, including: Health, Dental, Life Insurance, Paid Holidays, Vacation, 401K plan and more.