Set up and operate various milling and/or turret lathe machines to produce piece parts according to print specifications.
Set up and operate Bridgeport millers and/or Turret Lathes according to blueprints, perform tool offsets, select feeds/speeds, make adjustments necessary for piece parts to conform to print tolerance and select proper material as indicated on shop order.
Check all parts to print dimensions using dial calipers, micrometers, drop indicator, comparator and similar inspection tools.
Perform first piece part inspection and in-process inspections as necessary to insure all parts meet print tolerance.
Maintain SPC Data for each piece part.
Move parts to next area of operation as necessary according to part routing.
Assist less experienced operators with set-ups as needed and as instructed.
Ensure good quality and a clean and safe work area at all times.
Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Assist with the upkeep of the area.
Perform riveting, collar assembly, sleeving and soldering.
This position requires a level of knowledge usually associated with a High/Vocational school diploma with knowledge of basic shop math and blue print reading and inspection equipment with one to three years of experience utilizing millers and/or lathe machines.
- General Safety
- Quality System Awareness
- Hazardous Waste handling and control
- Required to sit, stand, bend and capable of lifting up to 60 lbs. on a regular basis.
- Combination of Manufacturing and Office environment
- Regular exposure to noise, dust, heat, cold and odors
Electroswitch is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and provides Equal employment opportunities for all current and prospective employees. The Company will ensure that all terms of employment are provided without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, military status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other characteristics protected by law.
Electroswitch will provide reasonable accommodations which do not impose an undue hardship on the company, to enable individuals with disabilities to participate fully in the interviewing and hiring process and during their employment in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.