The CNC Operator/Shop Floor Machinist is responsible for focusing on production activities not executed by automated CNC equipment. The position executes the wide variety of manual activities required to not only produce components, but also secondary operations, modifications, alterations, material movements, etc. The position requires knowledge of all machines shop/ fabrication equipment and the skills to produce quality components.
Normal business hours are 8:00am to 5:00pm unless working second shift which requires work hours of 3:00pm – 11:30pm.
- Operate any and all manual machine shop/fabrication equipment that is necessary to support production needs as well as support CNC equipment activities as required
- Communicate and coordinate with other department personnel concerning scheduling, documentation, designs or any activity needing clarification with associated components
- Expedites specialty production activities necessary to support floor production, customer service, engineering as required to meet customer expectations
- Performs secondary operations to support CNC production such as part deburing, installation of plugs/inserts, surface finishing, countersink, hand drilling, etc.
- Set up/ operate/ program if required (CNC and non- CNC) lathe, drilling units, manual mills, finishing equipment, TIG/MIG welding equipment, etc.
- Operate or load/unload CNC mills as required
- Locate, identify and stage raw materials to support both CNC and non-CNC production
- Manage the packaging, transport, paperwork and documentation involved with outsourcing materials to outside vendors while meeting accurate due dates for those parts. Includes anodizers and outside bead blasting
- Maintains organized filing structure to adhere to departmental guidelines
- Maintains a safe and highly organized work area using established 5S practices
Education/Experience: High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and three years of manufacturing experience required; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Strong working knowledge of metal machining and fabrication required. Ability to work from 2D and 3D drawings is a must. Ability to independently create components from drawings without additional instruction required. Experience as a lead or set up technician is a plus. Engineering or design experience is a plus. Previous work experience in a CNC manufacturing environment is a plus. Any 4- or 5- axis experience is a plus. Experience in BOM or production orders is a plus.
Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an associate encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the associate is regularly exposed to work near metal cutting, welding and bending machinery. The associate is occasionally exposed to dust, sparks, cooling fluid vapors and metal particulate matter.
The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.
MULTIVAC is one of the worldwide leading providers of packaging solutions used to pack a range of products including; food products, life science and health care products, and industrial goods. Our product portfolio covers nearly all the needs of the customer and includes - in addition to thermoforming packaging machines - traysealers, chamber machines, labelling and quality inspection systems, and even turnkey production lines. Our customers benefit from our profound knowledge of processes and systems and from an integrated advisory service all from one source.