Machine Operator - 180853
Chipton Ross Inc - Ayer, Massachusetts
Basic machine tool operation set-up. Basic drawing interpretation.
Have knowledge of precision measuring tools
Basic math skills
Familiar with and understanding of measuring scales
Looking for JR Level, 2-3 yrs. of related production or mechanical experience and/or related vocational training. Requires reading, writing math skills the ability to work from established drawings. Capable at working independently, however, required some supervisory direction and assistance.EDUCATION:
Accredited High School Diploma/GEDWORK HOURS:
9/80, 1st Shift
Employment will be contingent on clearing a drug screen and background check. Both must clear prior to start date.
Duration 4 MonthsDescription Chipton-Ross is seeking a Machine Operator for an opening in Ayer, MA.RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for performing a wide variety of tasks associated with the development, manufacture, or repair of products. Duties include, but are not limited to, machining a wide variety of metal housings, frames and/or parts working from raw stock and materials, troubleshooting, basic repair servicing of equipment used. May be required to set-up and make adjustments holding to maintain tolerances and specifications. May analyze results, implement problem solving and/or develop methods and procedures. May prepare reports and recommend solutions to technical problems. May float work in other departments. Responsible for all duties as assigned within the parameters of the skill level assigned to and required by the department on either a full-time or part-time basis.
Intermediate Level C: Works on assignments that are semi-routine in nature where ability to recognize deviation from accepted practice is required. Normally receives general instructions on new assignments.
• Sets up and operate lathes, millers, shapers, grinders, planers and power drills.
• Works from blueprints, sketches and verbal instructions.
• Performs highly diversified machining operations such as boring, turning, facing, reaming, grinding, milling and tapering.
• Performs work on machined parts, forgings and casting which are of varying degrees of complexity in mature and critically dimensioned.
• Determines and maintains the proper operational sequences at all times, makes all necessary mathematical calculations to complete the job.
• Determines the appropriate feeds and speeds for all operations.
• Checks own work. Usually works to tolerance of +/-.0001.
• Reads and interprets complex blueprints and manufactures parts from a layout drawing without use of sketches or verbal instructions making all necessary mathematical calculations to complete the job according to the drawing.
• Bench work includes any necessary operations such as filing, de-burring, grinding, lapping, indexing, scraping, and fitting in order to complete mechanical assemblies from crude sketches, verbal instructions, or work samples.
• Checks own work by making set-ups and interprets gauges, electro-limit gauges, and size blocks.
• Occasionally makes decisions as to fits and tolerances.