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The role requires the ability to be self-directed with minimal supervision, work with others (either in a team or specific people), have attention to detail, and able to understand concepts of manufacturing of production components.As with any role, a Machinist is expected to participate in continuous improvement activities and ideas.
Set up and operate various machines with minimal supervision.
Operate powered machines, including manual and CNC equipment.
Share knowledge with other employees to improve production, reduce cost, increase efficiency, and improve safe work practices.
Support and participate in HOS philosophy (TPM, 5S, SMED, CI, RPS, etc.).
Daily maintenance (as required) of equipment and machines in the machine shop.
Deburr, clean and inspect parts.
Work in a team environment.
Proper use of tools and safe work practices.
General computer skills.
Work to blueprints and work instructions (SOSâs) for the manufacture of production components.
Assure safe operation and care of machine shop equipment.
Produce quality work in a timely manner.
Troubleshoot and solve tooling problems with minimal assistance.
Handle heavy tools and fixtures (with assistance if needed).
Sit or Stand for long periods of time.
Lift up to 35 pounds.
50 Setup and operate various machines – Lathe, manual mills, grinders, saws, CNC equipment, etc.
15 Daily Maintenance
10 Deburr, clean and inspect parts
10 Read and use blueprints and sketches
15 Troubleshoot and solve tooling problems with minimal assistance
You Must Have:
- High School diploma or equivalent.
- Some machine shop experience.
- Ability to work in a team environment.Some of which are from different functions of the organization. (NPI, different product teams, HOS leaders, etc.)
- Ability to operate powered machines including manual mills, lathes, grinders, saws, presses, etc.
- Proficient in CNC programming (M-code & G-code), set-up, & operation of manual and CNC equipment.
- Proficient in the use of precision measuring equipment, such as calipers, micrometers, bore gages, CMM, and other measuring equipment.
- Read and interpret engineering blueprints, have a full understanding of the principles and rules used in interpreting symbols, dimensioning, and tolerance. .
- Thorough understanding of geometric terms, concepts, principle and rules used in measurement and manufacturing of parts
- Understand and able to calculate tolerances and dimensions.
- Handle heavy tools and fixtures (with assistance if needed).
- Ability to read write and communicate with other employees.
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- Continued Professional Development
- 1st Shift
- Job ID: HRD30648
- Category: Integrated Supply Chain
- Location: 375 N Lake St, Boyne City, MI 49712 USA
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