Cell Technician III/Machine Operator 1st shift
Location: OTSEGO, MI, United States
: Sep 7, 2023
Job ID: 43111
To machine and operate quality components using various types of machining centers.
A positive working relationship with team members leads and supervision.
Accurately monitor and record data as requested for SPC, labor reporting, and inventory control.
Continuously observe machines, fixtures, peripheral equipment, gauging, etc., for obvious defects or malfunctions.
Continuously observe material and parts for obvious defects while handling, which can cause production problems and damage.
Perform tooling offsets of CNC machines
Replace and adjust existing tooling in a tool rest, to maintain production within specifications.
Monitor for visual tooling defects both work-holding and cutting tools and ensure first piece approval
Monitor measured part dimensions, if discrepant utilize "Stop & Fix" procedures to correct.
Machine and control knowledge to operate all pieces of equipment within the department.
Identify areas and make recommendations where changes can be made to improve safety, methods, part quality, machine and tooling performance, and productivity.
Perform housekeeping duties including cleaning machines, fixtures, tooling, gauging, and peripheral equipment, as required to maintain parts and equipment within specified limits.
Develop knowledge of proper handling techniques and use of coolants, monitor and maintain appropriate levels, check refractory levels.
Operate equipment within measured time elements.
Perform de-burring and/or clean parts within measured time elements.
Assist all other employees in the department as needed.
Keep work area neat, clean and organized using the 5S+Safety approach
Submit waste reductions/cost avoidances.
Follow process sheets and work instructions
Perform other duties as responsibilities necessitate.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Knowledge of terminology related to equipment, methods, tooling, gauging, etc., which are typically learned through at least 1 year of machining experience.
Basic understanding of blue print reading
Knowledge of basic gauging & measurement techniques
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with others and be a participative team player.
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to adapt to changing roles and changing priorities.
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Parker is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Parker is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunities for all job applicants and employees. Employment decisions are based upon job related reasons regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, gender identity, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected by law. U.S. Citizenship/Permanent Resident is required for most positions.