The CNC Programmer will be responsible for supporting production tooling, machining parts, quality control gauges and any other parts that require CNC machining/robotic machining. The successful candidate will be hands on, possess previous programming experience and be committed to the highest level of professionalism, integrity and trust.
This position is located in Shelton, CT.
Responsibilities and Duties
Operate CNC lathes and machining centers to shape metal parts to specifications in tooling prints using drawings, existing programs and verbal instructions.
Develop pallets and write programs for new parts.
Obtain from department schedules, verbal instruction, or professional experience such information as: tooling components to be made, standard fixtures to be used, machine settings, number of parts to be machined, and programs to be used.
Mount specified component to standard fixture on machine.
Position and secure parts in machine.
Move controls to align parts, load job specific program into machine, and adjust machine settings.
Observe and verify machine settings, part orientation, and proper program through dry run.
Inspect work visually and with measuring instruments using designs, sketches, and verbal instruction.
Perform applicable machine repair and maintenance.
Request needed supplies through Manager.
Ensure documentation and records are maintained in ERP system.
Attend training activities as required.
Participate in continual improvement teams as required.
Perform any other jobs to maintain production. Will be required to run production machines as needed.
Keep work area clean and orderly at all times.
Keep unauthorized personnel out of work area
Accurate recording of time including time-clock, job activities, and other data entry.
Regular and punctual attendance at work.
Compliance with relevant policies, procedures and instructions, including Code of Conduct.
Ability to program.
Must be able to read and interpret drawings and specifications.
Must be able to manage multiple priorities and easily adapt to changing situations.
Self-motivated with a desire to learn and continuously improve performance.
Knowledge of English & Metric systems of measurement.
Knowledge and experience using basic measuring tools (micrometer, caliper, toolmakers scope, and drop indicator).
Able to run manual machines, lathe, mill, and drill press is a plus.
Ability to load, unload and edit CNC programs at the machine.
Basic knowledge of OSHA regulations and safety procedures.
Good interpersonal skills.
Knowledge of quality systems.
Competent written and verbal communication ability.
Education & Experience
Graduation from high school or receipt of equivalent degree (GED).
Minimum 3 years of experience operating CNC Machining centers and lathes.
What Precision Resource Offers in Return
Supportive environment where every individual is respected
Stable foundation on which to grow your career
Promotion from within
Fast-paced, quality-driven work provides challenges and opportunities for innovation
Total rewards package, including attractive benefits, profit sharing, and tuition assistance program