Machinist

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We are seeking qualified machinists to set up and operate CNC Horizontal and Vertical milling centers. Experience with programming is a plus.

Key Qualifications:

  • Preferred 5 to 8 years CNC milling experience.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of blueprint reading and understanding of GD&T.
  • Inspect and correct work with a variety of standard measuring instruments.
  • Experience with Gibbscam (preferred) or other form of CAD cam.
  • Experience with Fanuc, Siemans, and Mitsubishi controls a plus, must be able to edit code.
  • Ability to work with close tolerances as tight as +/-.0001.
  • Firm understanding of milling tools and ability to determine appropriate feed and speed.
  • Experience maintaining machinery and work centers through preventative maintenance programs.
  • Day and swing shift available, ability to alternate is a plus.
  • Manual parts deburring and polishing is required.
  • Must be able to comply with ISO 9001 quality system procedures and data collection system requirements.
  • Experience with inspection and CMM operation or programming a plus.

Additional Information:
  • Full time employment is offered, with overtime available.
  • Benefits include vacation, holidays, medical, dental/vision and 401k.
  • Reliability and dependability are a must with the ability to work efficiently.
  • Compensation is commensurate with demonstrable performance.
  • Gain experience in high-tech and aerospace manufacturing, opportunities for career advancement, reverse commute from Bay Area.

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