CNC Machinist / Programmer - 2nd Shift

Oct 01, 2016
Oct 19, 2016
Employer Type
Direct Employer
Employment Type
Full Time
CNC Machinist / Programmer - 2nd Shift

Job Number: 207285

Category: A - Immediate/Urgent Need


Work independently to program, setup and operate CNC machines, (including ProtoTrak machines). Also to monitor part quality per engineering drawings, sketches or other documentation, including verbal instruction, using measuring devices. Often tasks assigned may be considered production runs of high quantities. Individual would be expected to plan, program and execute a series of machining operations to produce parts of acceptable quality. Work is to be performed at the lowest cost consistent with quality standards and tolerance requirements. Hours worked are the regularly scheduled hours. Overtime is on an as needed basis and at the direction of the Tool Room Supervisor.

Essential Duties and Responsibilitiesinclude the following. Other duties may be assigned as needed.

+ Evaluate parts to be manufactured for most cost effective application of existing CNC equipment.

+ Plan sequence of operations for parts to be manufactured.

+ Select and requisition tooling as needed.

+ Create and maintain CNC programs and related documentation so that programs are easily retrieved, setup and run.

+ Setup one or more CNC machines and qualify programs so parts are of acceptable quality.

+ Measure parts being fabricated using scales, protractors, micrometers, calipers, indicators or other measurement devices.

+ Monitor part quality to engineering drawings or other documentation without assistance.

+ Monitor and maintain on part quality during the machining process.

+ Monitor part quality and notify designated person if problems persist with quality despite attempts to fix the problem.

+ Monitor part quality and submit samples to Inspection during production runs.

+ Operate one or more CNC machines.

+ Be able to perform secondary operations to verbal instructions, without assistance using metal working machinery such as millers, drill presses, tapping heads, belt sanders and grinders.

+ Produce acceptable parts in a timely manner.

+ Submit parts to Inspection.

+ Instruct others to run one or more machines or perform secondary operations.

+ Run conventional equipment on occasion.

+ Communicate problems to supervisor in a timely manner.

+ Work assigned may be in other departments on occasion.

+ Work as a team to maximize productivity and quality.

+ Provide assistance to others.

+ Show a constant interest in learning other activities or skills.

+ Participate in job reviews when appropriate.

+ Maintain and submit accurate time records, both on drawings and job cards.

+ Maintain fabrication equipment in good order and use tools and equipment as designed.

+ Clean equipment when breaking down setup.

+ Demonstrate application of acquired knowledge from Lean training.

+ Maintain orderly work area and cleanup work area at the end of the day.

+ Be consistently at work and punctual; clock job times accurately.

+ Participate in continuous improvement efforts.

+ Observe company policy, safety and security procedures.

+ Perform all activities in conformance with the AGR Quality System and ISO procedures.


+ Minimum of 1 year CNC machine experience, preferably on Machining Centers

+ Minimum of three years machining experience.

+ Ability to utilize Manufacturing Software to create CNC programs.

+ Ability to setup and operate CNC machining centers and ProtoTraks.

+ Ability to setup and operate metal working equipment including drill presses, millers, grinders and lathes without assistance.

+ Ability to select and use appropriate measuring devices for the task being monitored.

+ Ability to fabricate parts to + / - .0005 of an inch.

+ Ability to monitor and maintain quality of part during fabrication stages.

+ Ability to work with hand tools.

+ Ability to interpret engineering drawings or other documentation and to work to verbal instructions.

+ Ability to work well with others in a team environment.

+ Utilize most efficient resources for fabricating and measuring parts being made or altered.

+ Be able to perform shop math, including Trigonometry functions, so parts are made and checked to specifications.

Location: Bristol , CT

Minimum Experience (yrs): 2-5+

Required Education: Other

Salary: Open


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