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Will perform the highly varied machining operations to support the experimental design and prototype fabrication activities of our research and development organization.Performs assigned tasks using a variety of tools to construct, modify, maintain, and repair program and research components, hardware, equipment, tooling, and fixturesHas substantial understanding of machining, and applies knowledge and skills to complete a wide range of tasksAnalyzes blueprints, and engineering specifications to plan, setup and execute work assignmentsAble to set up and operates the complete range of conventional machine tools including lathe, milling, machines, drill press, grinders, shaping machines, etc.Sets up and operates Computer Numerical Controlled CNC machinesPerforms job assessment and set-ups, including the designs and construction of tools and fixtures to produce experimental partsUses standard inspection equipment and practices to ensure fabricated parts meet quality and functional requirementsProvides technical expertise and design input to fabrication processes and in-house process support Works with engineers and designers to accomplish assignmentsCommunicates fabrication schedules with department and project managers, development scientists and engineers on an on-going basisAccurately tracks and records labor hours committed to approved work requestsMay participate in shop audits and inventories, generate tooling and hardware lists, and identify and propose new tooling techniques to improve the shops capabilityIdentifies minor machine malfunctions reports malfunctioning, deficient or broken equipment to the shop supervisorFamiliar with shop floor databases for tracking and reporting of work progress and resultsWorks on assignments that are complex in nature where independent action and good judgment are required in solving problems, resolving issues and developing recommendationsNormally receives little instruction on daily work, often limited to general instruction
2 to 4 years of CNC machining experience in a machine shop environment using lathe, milling, machines, drill press, grinders, shaping machines etc.
Trade schoolmachining training or completion of a machinist apprenticeship program.