Machining Center Operator – 2nd Shift

Cincinnati Incorporated
Published
November 14, 2019
Location
HARRISON, Ohio
Job Type
Deadline to Apply
2020/01/31
Hourly Wage
$20.01

Description

Cincinnati Incorporated has been manufacturing machinery since the late 1890’s. We pride ourselves on a hard day’s work and quality. Quality is not only seen in our products but also in our team members. CI employees have shaped the reputation and culture at CI with their uncompromising integrity, focus and innovation. The icing on top of the cake: CI offers a competitive and comprehensive benefit package. Are you ready for your career at CI?
As a Machining Center Operation you will set up and operate CNC machine to perform such machining operations as reaming, milling, drilling and boring
Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Receive work assignment; secure drawings, set-up sketch, program and tool list
  • Position workpiece on pallet or table with aid of remote overhead crane or hoist if needed; secures to pallet or table using wrenches, holding fixtures and devices
  • Edit programs as needed, upload edits
  • Insert specified preset cutting tool in rotary tool magazine
  • Start machine to position indexing table and tool holder; select tool; machine part with mills, drills, taps, boring bars and other tools
  • Verify dimensions after each machining operation, using bore gauges, micrometers or probes
  • Maintain continuous operation by loading other pallets during machining cycle of initial set-up
  • Perform very close machining operations such as reaming, milling, drilling, boring on parts such as gear boxes, pump boxes, guides, cylinder heads, connecting links and others of similar complexity
  • Frequently operates machine manually by manipulating buttons, switches and/or engaging power as required, determination of speeds, feeds, and set-up without aid of sketches
  • Lubricates machine as needed
  • Maintain a clean and orderly work area and perform all assignments in a safe manner and in accordance with established quality procedures

Job Requirements

-High School diploma or certificate of equivalency
-Technical school certificate or degree preferred
-Ability to read and interpret prints
-Must know GD&T
-Excellent math skills
-Attention to detail
-Commitment to company Core Values
-Understanding of machine programming with ability to interpret and edit
-Ability to set up and probe programs
-Ability to use micrometers and gauges
-PC skills

How to Apply

Email resumes to resumes@e-ci.com OR apply online at www.e-ci.com/careers