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  • CCI SHP106A - Machinist I

    Posted Date 1 month ago(12/13/2018 8:47 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-31692
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Manufacturing/Production
    Platform
    IMI Critical Engineering
  • IMI CCI is the world's leading expert in providing engineered valve, actuation, and control solutions that enhance performance and reliability in critical plant applications. Power generation, oil and gas production, petrochemical, and pulp and paper facilities worldwide all rely on IMI CCI’s high integrity control systems for the safety of their operations. With more than forty years of providing critical service applications to clients, IMI CCI has nearly 2200 employees worldwide and revenue of approximately $600 million. This global organization has manufacturing facilities in the United States, Mexico, China, Switzerland, Sweden, Austria, the Czech Republic, South Korea, and Japan; sales and services offices in over fifteen countries and representatives in over sixty other countries. The company has grown aggressively over the past fifteen years as a result of both organic and acquisitive (SULZER, BTG, STI, FluidKinetics, ABJ) growth and plans to continue this pattern over the next decade.

    Overview

    CNC Machinist - Sets up and operates CNC Lathes machines to cut, shape, or form metal work pieces to specifications in a make-to-order environment in service of our customers.

    Responsibilities

    • Sets up accurately and operates CNC machines.
    • Proves out program and tooling in these areas.
    • Works from prints, sketches, process sheets, layouts, templates written and verbal instructions.
    • Checks CNC programs (MDI) for errors and edits them in order to improve time and quality of program.
    • Makes own programs when necessary.
    • Consults programmer to establish sequence of operation and product program readout when required.
    • Measures and adjusts machine parts.
    • Adjusts machine feed and speed and changes cutters to machine parts according to specifications when automatic programming is faulty or machine malfunctions.
    • Trouble shoots and interprets malfunctions and makes corrections.
    • May assist others in repair of own machines or equipment.
    • Detects and reports machine problems and faulty material.
    • Checks traveler and blueprints for errors or special instructions.
    • Makes layouts and sketches as required
    • Uses precision measuring equipment to check accuracy and quality of product.
    • Selects and sets up best available tooling to run job efficiently. Checks for accuracy, grade, style.
    • Locates, adjusts and secures tools and tool holders, grinds tools, mounts work holding fixtures, and adjusts index table to follow programming instructions.
    • Uses hoists and cranes to move parts around work center and loads and unloads machine.
    • Adds coolants and lubricants when necessary and changes or assists in changing coolant supply.
    • Keeps work area, machinery and equipment clean and orderly.
    • Keeps necessary records.
    • Receives instructions from salaried personnel or designee.
    • Complies with all company and safety rules, regulations and practices.
    • Responsible for cleaning own workspace, 5S, Lean Initiatives as needed.

    Qualifications

    • Ability to set up and run CNC machines in time allocated.
    • Knowledge of CNC controls and programming skills.
    • Knowledge of tooling, including best grades to use for different materials and jobs, cutting, speeds and feeds, drilling, threading, and machine capabilities.
    • Ability to read blue prints, traveler, and measuring micrometer.
    • Ability to make set ups strong and safe enough to run at optimum speeds and depths of cut.
    • Able to trouble shoot and edit programs in order to safely increase metal removal rate and decrease in cycle time.
    • Ability to use precision measuring instruments to check parts.
    • Ability to improve quality by inspecting parts and make sure that part is to print.
    • Must be able to gain self inspection stamp within a six month period of time by machining a high quality product.
    • Must be able to use large wrenches to tighten fixtures.
    • Must be able to manipulate large castings in place for machining.
    • Must have own tools, such as, hammers, wrenches, pliers, etc.
    • Must be available to work overtime when required for priority shipments.
    • Knowledge of 5S and Lean concepts a plus
    • Machining Certification preferred
    • 5 to 7 years of experience in a related field and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

    • High School diploma or equivalent is required

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