Machinist 2nd Shift

From engineering drawings of varying degrees of complexity, writes programs, makes edits and offsets in Mazatrol, and/or G-code. From the same drawings completes sets ups and operates at least one C.N.C. machine such as C.N.C. lathes, C.N.C. horizontal machine centers, C.N.C. vertical machine centers, C.N.C. boring mills, C.N.C. and vertical machines: performs hand operations such as filing, fitting, tapping, etc., as needed; machine parts from a variety of materials; performs all technical duties with some anticipated direct supervision.

DUTIES:  

  1. Maintains equipment in good working order through preventive maintenance and minor repairs.
  1. Read and comprehend engineering drawings, specifications, blueprints, and work instructions.
  1. Uses shop math performing geometric and trigonometric functions required for set up and part lay out.
  1. Sets up and operates at least one but less than three of the following machines turret and engine lathes, boring mills, mills, grinders, drill presses, radial drills and vertical lathes, etc.
  1. Sets up and operates at least one but less than three of the following machines C.N.C. lathes, C.N.C. horizontal machine centers, C.N.C. vertical machine centers, C.N.C. boring mills, and C.N.C. vertical machines.
  1. Can write, edit and make offsets in C.N.C. machine programs in at least one of the required formats.
  1. Machines cast iron, stainless steel, cold and hot rolled steel, aluminum, plastic, bronze, monel, and other materials as specified.
  1. Maintains specified tolerances using a wide variety of precision measuring instruments and gauging equipment.
  1. Refers to Machinist Handbook for information as needed.
  1. Sharpens and maintains tooling as necessary.
  1. Performs machining operations within management-established quality and quantity standards.
  1. Performs other duties as assigned by Management.

 

The scope of a Level 2 C.N.C. Machinist duties are similar as that of a level one, a level 2 C.N.C. Machinist skills and capabilities do not meet all of the Level 1 criteria. He does have the skills to perform most of the duties and with sufficient training and experience should be able to successfully bid on a Level 1 C.N.C. Machinist position when an opening becomes available. A level 2 may be able to run only a certain type of machine such as a C.N.C. Horizontal Machine Center or have the ability to only program certain machines. A level 2 machinist requires more supervision and does not have the experience to work independently.

The above description covers the most significant duties performed but does not exclude other occasional work assignments not mentioned, the inclusion of which would not affect the evaluation of the job.

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