BUSINESS: CIRCOR Precision Metering
SHIFT: Second Shift (3:30 pm
LOCATION: Monroe, NC
DIRECT REPORTING: Production Supervisor
FUNCTIONAL REPORTING: Manufacturing
An "A level machinist" must be capable of performing independently once properly trained in the business processes. These team members lead the daily production effort by choreographing the production requirements with operator skills. "A level machinists" are the team members who work on the most difficult tasks and resolve the demanding issues. They are viewed as workforce leaders and mentors to their subordinate level machinists.
Inspect components of unit prior to assembly. Build and assemble pump/skid system assembly according to instructions. Disassemble and inspect as required.
Possess a Journeyman's comprehensive background in fundamental machining skills based on planned assignment (CNC mill/ lathe, manual mill/lathe or other assigned production area).
Possess an understanding of precision grinding practices, surface grinding, OD grinding.
Ability to program controllers and modify programs if required by assignment.
Possess a comprehensive background in fundamental machining skills required to set up and run multiple machines independently as production schedule demands.
Possess a strong background in technical blueprints and required tooling for assigned position.
Ability to load CNC programs for assigned work orders (if required). Possess the technical knowledge to troubleshoot CNC program errors and recommend changes to the manufacturing engineering section.
Possess the technical knowledge to adjust machine offsets and tooling to meet blueprint specifications (tool cutting geometry and insert selection based on that required geometry).
Ensure that the job requirements are met prior to beginning production (e.g., possess required tooling, material, gauges, fixtures, etc.).
Function as an inspector within the work center.
Strong knowledge of inspection criteria and use of inspection equipment (small hand tools, surface plates, comparators, height gauges, and air gauges).
Coordinate with other centers (as required) to meet production needs.
Actively assist in the training and mentorship of subordinate position employees utilizing a skills training matrix and standard work instructions.
Ability to embrace and implement facility 6S practices.
Work center advocate for process improvement utilizing "lean" manufacturing techniques.
Ability to learn / utilize RCCA, A3 and other problem-solving tools to improve quality and processes.
Knowledge Skills & Abilities
Regular attendance is necessary to perform these essential job functions
From time to time, a supervisor/manager may assign additional unlisted responsibilities depending on business needs
Employees must participate in kaizen activities in order to improve processes and develop our work force's skills
The necessary visual requirements to perform the essential job functions are:
Ability to see clearly at distance and close-up.
Ability to judge distance and space relationships accurately
Ability to see peripherally
Ability to distinguish and identify different colors.
US Persons Only (US citizens, lawful permanent residents, refugee or asylum - all require proper identification and documentation)
Typical work may require moderate lifting (approximately 50 lbs.).
Pre-Employment verifications: Must pass background and reference checks, drug screen, and physical examination prior to employment
Education & Experience
High School Diploma
Precision grinding experience preferred (Jig Grinding, Gear Grinding)
Wire EDM experience preferred
CIRCOR is an EEO Employer of Females / Minorities / Veterans / Individuals with Disabilities