CNC Operator - 1st Shift

Job Description
CNC Operator is responsible for operating numerical control machines to cut, shape, or form metal work pieces to print specifications by performing the following duties:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Reviews setup sheet and specifications to determine setup procedures, machining sequence, and dimensions of finished work piece.
Attaches fixture to machine bed and positions and secures work piece in fixture according to setup instructions.
Assembles cutting tools in tool holders and positions tool holders in machine spindles as specified or inserts cutting tools in specified machine magazines.
Loads control media such as disk, tape, or punch card, in machine control console or enters commands to retrieve preprogrammed machine instructions from data base.
Manipulates controls and enters commands to index cutting tool to specified set point and to start machine.
Observes and listens to machine operation to detect malfunctions such as worn or damaged cutting tools.
Changes cutting tool and location of work piece during machining process as specified in setup instructions.
Measures work piece for conformance to specifications.
Notifies supervisor of discrepancies.
Adjusts machine feed and speed and changes cutters to machine parts according to specifications when automatic programming is faulty or machine malfunctions.
Education and/or Experience
High school diploma or GED with 6 months to 2 years related experience or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Language Skills
Ability to read and comprehend instructions, work routers, company policies and procedures, safety rules, correspondences and memos. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, customers, co-workers, and public (if in sales/customer service position).
Mathematical Skills
Basic math skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
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