CNC Machine Operator
Expiring: March 30, 2022
Last Updated: November 30, 2021
Job Type: Full-Time, Permanent
Start Date of Employment (Approx.): As soon as possible
Minimum Education: Technical Training
Experience – 2 years
Positions Available: 1
NOC Group: Machine Operators, Mineral and Metal Processing (9411)
NOC Job Title: Machine Operator – Mineral And Metal Processing
Job Number: 711656
8190 River Road
Delta, British Columbia
V4G 1B5 Canada
The CNC Operator is responsible for creating quality parts produced on CNC machines such as but not limited to lathes and milling machines and equipment according to company plans, blueprints, and other diagrams. Responsibilities will include loading parts, deburring and inspection of quality parts for conformance to requirements
· Under the direction of a department lead and/or experienced machinist, responsible for quality parts produced on CNC machines such as but not limited to lathes and milling machines.
· Responsible for loading parts, deburring and inspection of quality parts for conformance to requirements.
· Studies and interprets drawings, manuals, specifications or sample parts to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished work pieces, sequence of operations and setup requirements.
· Measures and marks dimensions and reference points on material or work pieces as a guide for subsequent machining.
· Communicates with supervisor, engineers, production control, quality and other shop personnel for assignments and to resolve machining or quality issues.
· Responsible for keeping equipment and work area clean and orderly and perform basic preventative maintenance functions on equipment.
· Within the scope of the job requirements, will be required to adhere and comply with state and federal law, the Company ISO Quality Program and procedures, Company policies and Safety and Environmental Regulations.
· Operate and maintain a variety of machine tools including computer numerically controlled (CNC) tools to perform precision, non-repetitive machining operations such as sawing, turning, milling, boring, planing, drilling, precision grinding and other operations
· Fit and assemble machined metal parts and subassemblies using hand and power tools
· Verify dimensions of products for accuracy and conformance to specifications using precision measuring instruments
· Machining and tooling inspectors perform some or all of the following duties:
· Verify dimensions of machined parts or tooling using micrometers, verniers, calipers, height gauges, optical comparators, co-ordinate measuring machines (CMM) or other specialized measuring instruments
· Maintain, repair and calibrate precision measuring instruments such as dial indicators, fixed gauges, height gauges and other measuring devices
· Report deviations from specifications and tolerances to supervisor
· Maintain inspection records and complete inspection reports.
· May perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.