Location: Compton, California
Works under the general supervision of supervisor or leader. Must setup, adjust, check out programming and operate CNC controlled machine tools to perform a series of progressive machining operations to close and exacting tolerances and finish specifications. Requires considerable skill, a general knowledge of machining techniques and methods and familiarity with CNC machine tool operational procedures. Works from programming manuscripts, routing sheets, blueprints, and setup instructions defining and coding tool arrangements, fixturing, material clamping methods, machine calibration and console settings for operations such as boring, milling, drilling, tapping, facing and profiling. Must arrange, mount and secure tooling in the machine tool changer; mount, align, and secure holding fixture or locate, support and clamp workpiece in absence of holding fixtures; set stops, indicate fixture or workpiece to material reference point. Download program and correlate machine position with control. Machines may require programming by operator. Manually cycles machine through operation sequence to check fixture and workpiece alignment, tooling sequences, clearances, speeds, feeds, etc, and adjust machine to correct any deviations from program specifications. Uses micrometers, scale, protractor, verniers, surface gages, indicators, shadowgraphs and dial bore gages to make setups and check work. Reports variations in program and operational sequences, tool settings, dimensional and finish deviations and recommends corrective adjustments within prescribed limits. Uses hoist and various hand tools to perform work properly.
Works under general supervision of supervisor or leader. Follows standard practices, using setup and operation sheets, program manuscripts and blueprints. Work requires care. Must thoroughly understand machine operating procedures in performance of job. Unusual problems referred to supervisor or leader. Inspects work to required specifications.
Education: High School diploma or equivalent.
Experience: Prior experience with CNC machines or equivalent training, blueprint reading, use of measuring devices and shop mathematics. Minimum six months of job experience required for qualifications.
Skills: Sets up and operates machines in accordance with operation sheets, program manuscripts, blueprints and setup sheets. Some precision locations and sizes involving measurements form center of work, milled dimensions and hole sizes. Uses micrometers, verniers, depth gages, dial indicators, etc. to make setups and check work.
Company Expectations of Employee
JOB KNOWLEDGE [Employee has skills to complete their duties and understand their new role]
QUALITY OF WORK [Employee’s output is accurate, complete, and works in a safe manner]
QUANTITY OF WORK [Employee is effective and efficient with their time; while meeting deadlines]
RELATIONSHIPS [Employee works well with the team/customers and fits our ‘ownership’ culture]
INITIATIVE [Employee is self‐motivated and shows interest in adding value beyond job description]
Conditions: General shop conditions. Exposed to oil, grease, chips and noise.
Hazards: Possibility of cuts and bruises.
Safety: The Company will make provisions for the safety and health of the employees during the hours of their employment. The Company and the Employee will cooperate in a continuing program to eliminate safety and health hazards. All employees will practice “safety first” everyday.
How to Apply
Do you think you’d make an excellent fit for Besser Company? Please forward your resume to:
Besser Company World Headquarters
Attn: Human Resources, Hiring
801 Johnson Street
Alpena, MI 49707 USA