|Job Ref:||SCR16-5796-H-1||Employer:||General Dynamics US||Industry:||Manufacturing||Country:||United States||County/State:||Pennsylvania||City:||Scranton||Address:||Post Date:||20/10/2016 05:14|
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The skilled operator works as part of a manufacturing line operating a variety of CNC machines. Skilled operators will produce parts in tolerance at the rate required by each operation. Responsibilities include:
Operates and maintains set-up on multi-axis numerically controlled (NC) and computer numerically controlled (CNC) lathes machine tools; and, will address offsets, perform changeovers and set-ups such as changing programs, tool holders, inserts, collets, etc.
Performs various combinations of lathe operations such as turning, facing, boring, threading, drilling, reaming, contouring, etc. on metal forgings, casting, bar stock, etc. May run multiple machines at a work center, while lifting, pulling and pushing manufactured products at the established rate of production.
Frequently reading, comprehending and observing CNC programs and blue prints. Often making adjustments, offsets and program changes to bring parts into tolerance. Performs all assigned duties.
Measures all manufactured products accurately through lifting, pulling, pushing followed by applying proper techniques to hand measuring tools, template gages, flush pin gages and other product-related measuring equipment. Knows basic addition, subtraction, division and multiplication.
May be required to operate the nosing press and all associated equipment, which includes inspecting, lifting, pulling and pushing manufactured products at the established rate of production. Regularly setting up, installing, replacing and removing tooling from the nosing press or associated equipment. Continuously monitoring and recognizing problems associated with the nosing operation. Often making adjustments to bring parts into tolerance. The ability to operate the nosing press is not a prerequisite to employment but is a required function of the skilled operator.
May be required to set-up, operate and inspect manufactured product on a manual lathe. Repeatedly lifting, tilting, loading and unloading the product from the lathe. Frequently reading and comprehending blue prints, PCR's and other work related documents.
Works with and follows Work Instructions, PCR's, Basic Rules of Manufacturing, General Dynamics OTS Environmental, ISO Documentation, Quality Policy and other work related policies.
At all times demonstrates common safety practices associated with the manufacturing environment and the use of hand or industrial equipment. Is required to recognize problems, make corrective adjustments and /or notify appropriate supervision. Follows the 5 S's by routinely sorting, setting in order, shining, standardizing and sustaining the work area. Verifies equipment is in proper working order, adhering to "Total Productive Manufacturing" philosophies.
Ability to read and follows established company directives, policies, military specifications, quality documents and manufacturing instructions.
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer -Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
High School Diploma, or GED required. Associate's degree in machining preferred.
Works with integrity in all aspects of work and able to work collaboratively with various functional groups.
Follows safety practices and policies, maintaining a safety minded culture. Keeps work area clean and orderly, applies LEAN and 6S principles to work.
Machining degree from a college or technical school or any combination of education, training or equivalent work related experience.
CNC Machining with turning experience, including knowledge of keyboard and control panel functions that control the various machining operations, cutting tool wear and resulting effects on workpiece and cutters during discussions with machine operators and engineers.
Must be able to pass a practical exam and work evaluation that includes elements of CNC machining including comprehension of operations process, ability to initiate process from keyboard functions, knowledge of cutting tools and effects on workpiece, positioning workpiece in a fixture, chuck, etc.; the work assessment specifically targets the knowledge, skills, abilities and desire needed to perform all essential duties efficiently, safely, and satisfactorily.
Must be able to demonstrate ability to maintain/correct offsets and changeovers; observe activity to verify proper metal removal, inspect and verify accuracy of work piece.
Knowledge of process specifications and part specific operations, basic computer skills and ability to input and verify data and other information into computers.
Successful completion of a 30-day probation period is required.