Manual Machinist - Vertical Boring Mills - Wa #2825

Posting ID : A1068476466
Date Posted : 2015-08-18
Category : Manufacturing

Position Title Manual Machinist - Vertical Boring Mills - WA #2825

Relocation Yes

Location Ridgefield WA



Manual Machinist needed for Vertical Boring mills.

Job Summary

Manufacture a variety of parts, sub-assemblies or tools by utilizing all shop machinery available per the outlined instructions, prints, or quality information within the allocated time.

Essential Functions

- Sets up machines proficiently for each job

- Works from prints or drawings to produce a variety of items

- Produces precision parts within the allocated time listed on job traveler

- Inspects machining operations and finished products against specified tolerances, using precision measuring tools

- Keeps quality records for each job

- Keeps machinery and tooling in good working order, according to daily, weekly, & monthly maintenance schedule

- Maintains personal quality tooling required to do the job per tooling outline

- Presentable appearance and maintains personal tooling in a way that is clean and organized

- Calculates feeds & speeds on machinery for jobs

Qualifications

- Graduate of a technical school, a full apprenticeship program, or a completion of in-company four-year training program to satisfaction of training committee

- Five to seven years of on the job experience operating large horizontal & vertical boring mills

- 10 feet or larger VTL's

- Able to setup one-off parts efficiently & without supervision

- Able to work independently, responsible, & reliable

- Proficient blueprint reading skills & trigonometry

- Proficient with quality tools required to do the job

- Must have your own Machinist Tools & basic inspection tools (calipers, micrometer, edge finder, dial indicator)

Bottom line requirements we need notes on with candidate submittal:

1. 5+ years of experience operating large horizontal & vertical boring mills.

2. Graduate of a technical school, a full apprenticeship program, or a completion of in-company four-year training program to satisfaction of training committee.

3. Able to setup one-off parts efficiently & without supervision.


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