Machine Operator - 1st Shift
Description To operate machine tools in a machine shop. Operator will assist with the operation of a variety of manual and CNC controlled machine tools or laser welding. Performing tasks such as loading and unloading fixtures, chucks, vises on proven processes which are set up and qualified to be making acceptable quality parts. Utilizes computers to confirm operations and complete material transactions in a production environment. Work cell cleanliness and organizational duties are included. Responsibilities 1. Production Equipment - Operates a variety of machines which includes both manual and CNC Mills, Lathes, Grinders, deburring, cleaning equipment, or laser welder. Utilizes all personal protective equipment and all safety features. Can recognize when tooling, process, or equipment is not operating properly. 2. Operate and Adjust - Produces product on CNC, manual machines, or laser welder that meets or exceeds the productivity qualifications of the established processes. Documents and communicates any inconsistencies in part appearance or finish quality through the NCMR process. Follows instructions on loading and unloading of fixtures, chucks, vises on proven processes which are set up and qualified to be making quality parts. 3. Care of Equipment and Cleanliness - Exercises proper care of Tescom equipment. Checks fluids and oil levels daily and adds if needed. Keeps work area and machines clean and organized. 4. Safety - Performs work in a safe manner by following all Plant safety Policies and Processes. Insures safety guards and interlocks are in place on all machines and hand tools. Notifies supervision and maintenance by generating an E-Maintenance request for any issues that are found in need of repair. 5. Quality Functions – Insures all processes that are being worked on are qualified for production. Performs quality functions such as inspection of machining or weld processes. Works with senior Machinist to make sure all quality instructions are being followed. Examples are NCMR’s, NCMR Use as is requests, and parts that need reworked are kept separate and identified. 6. Apparent or Assigned - Performs any other work as apparent or assigned. Additional Details first shift schedule: Monday through Friday, seven a.m. to three p.m.
April 19 on Equest