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Role Summary: The Machinist III will be responsible to perform complex operation of machine tools to produce/fabricate precision parts. Applies advanced knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures. Ensures conformance to specifications and continues production consistent with established procedures.
Essential Responsibilities: In the role of Machinist III you will:
Machine parts to specifications using tools such as lathes and milling machines
Read blueprints, drawings, specifications or sample parts to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished work
Perform dimensional layout on all machined parts to confirm conformity to prints and other routing instructions. Ensure applicable documentation is complete ie sign off on job card, SIS (Source Inspections Sheets) etc, and computer entry
Possess advanced knowledge of precision measuring tools such as dial and vernier calipers, ID MICS, depth mics, ball mics, etc.
Load and touch off tooling applicable to program
Identify multiple surface finishes
Deburr and stamp parts to specifications
Align and secure holding fixtures, cutting tools, jaw attachments, accessories, and materials onto machines
Monitor the feed and speed of machines during the machining process. Watch gauges, dials, or other indicators to make sure a machine is working properly
Maintain a clean work area to include emptying waste container, used oil, sweeping chips, replace broken pallets
Be able to read job card and determine product to be produced, instructions, specifications, actual machining time, quantities, etc.
Observe and follow proper procedures for powering on / off machine
Be able to adjust machine offsets ie wear, geometry, cutter comp, workshift, etc.
Read program codes such as G-codes, M-codes, S-codes, F-codes, etc.
Observe all PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and all safety rules / requirements such as machining guards, lifting techniques, slips and falls prevention, etc.
Demonstrate ability to operate assigned machine (lathe, Mill) independently with little to no guidance to include applicable set up
Assist in equipment set up for Level I Machinists to help eliminate non-conformance and spindle down time
Lead, train and coordinate efforts with Level I Machinist to keep them productive and improving their knowledge such as loading parts, loading programs, operating controls, setting offsets, advanced edits, deburring and inspection of quality parts for conformance to requirements
Be able to repair nonconformance product and bring to specifications
Be able to build machine tools applicable to program Able to write simple and complex CNC programs offline or at the machine and make tool offsets and adjustments
Be able to operate all machine tools as required
Provide training and assistance to Level I, and Level II
Use of advanced trade mathematics together with the use of complicated drawings, specifications, all varieties of precision measuring instruments, CNC equipment, multi-machine work stations
Confer with programming, engineering and supervisor to check and ensure that new programs or machinery will function properly and that output will meet specifications
Be able to test and run proto type tooling
Work plan easily followed by other operators
High School Diploma / GED from an accredited school or institution
Minimum 3 years of machining experience
Work overtime, weekends and holidays, as required
Work in a constant pushing, pulling, lifting, stretching, bending and other physical activities
Be in the shop environment a minimum of 8 hours per day, primarily standing and sitting, as required
Lift objects weighing up to 50 lbs.
Be subjected to extreme heat for extended periods of time
Working knowledge of mechanical, electrical, hydraulics, pneumatics, dies, etc or similar engineering and/or maintenance experience
Locations: United States; Texas; Odessa
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