G.W. Lisk Company Machinist - 2nd Shift in Clifton Springs, New York
The Machinist performs routine assignment planning, layout, set-up, operating and making tooling adjustments for various types of manual, CNC and numerically controlled shop equipment. Machinists work from blueprints, process sheets and sketches to perform production tasks, which may include the cutting and shaping of metal to precision dimensions. Machinists may communicate directly with Engineers to understand the purpose of a part assembly. Machinists inspect machining operations against specified tolerances and identify and repair minor machine malfunctions.
Manufacturing and inspecting detailed parts and tools from blueprints, sketches, drawings and verbal instructions using a variety of machining tools and equipment (mills, lathes, drill presses, grinders, jig bores and other machining equipment) and using mathematical and geometrical calculations.
Determining how to set up machines based on instructions received
Performing minor repairs of equipment
Keeping work area clean and free from safety hazards. Maintain acceptable quality and efficiency level.
Proving out CNC programs when required
Sets up and operates CNC lathe and mills and/or manual machines where set-up is well defined with limited supervision.
Aligns and secures holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials onto machines.
Mastercam experience helpful
Inspects parts given a defined inspection process. Calculates dimensions, tolerances and machine offset adjustments using knowledge of mathematics and inspection instruments
Performs in-process inspection
Maintains close tolerance dimensions while producing parts at the rates established for a particular operation
Be dependable with excellent attendance.
Thrive in a fast paced work environment.
Demonstrate strong inter-personal skills while working in a team based environment.
Have strong communication skills, both oral and written.
Be able to work on their feet, lift up to 40 pounds, and work overtime on an as-needed basis.
Required skills include:
+ + Strong blueprint reading and comprehension. Understanding of GD&T per ASME Y14.5 is a significant plus.
Skilled in CNC setup and operation functions. Knowledge of programming is a plus.
Strong knowledge of production tooling selection and use, including spindle tooling and cutting tools.
Expert in common inspection and gaging techniques, including micrometers, bore gages, height gages, indicators, thread gaging, profilometers, and optical comparators. Working knowledge of CMMs, vision systems and other metrology equipment is a plus.
Familiarity with SPC data collection and analysis as a tool to maintain process capability.
Ability to meet productivity and quality standards while working with a diverse range of components, materials, and equipment.
Basic computer and software skills. Strengths in CAD/CAM, SPC, ERP, inventory, or typical office applications is a plus.
+ + Five years machining experience including familiarity with manual and CNC production equipment.
Three years setup and production experience on CNC equipment.
Diploma or degree in related technical field is a plus.
Leadership experience is a plus.
Street: 2 South Street