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CNC Machine Operator - Broussard, LA

Job Description:

Position : CNC Machine Operator

Location : Broussard, LA  70518

Duration : 1 year contract

Rate : $22.50/hr

Shift Schedule :
12 hr. shifts M-F (probably 4am - 4:30pm) 
Work 6 hrs. on Saturday for three weeks, fourth Saturday off if needed 
May be required to move to a 2am - 2:30pm shift if needed 

The CNC Machine Operator II supports manufacturing and engineering by producing production parts, new tools and fixtures.

The position is a role with a strong initial focus on process simplification and improvement and must be able to work autonomously and within a team. 

Key responsibilities :
Development of processes and programs to produce production parts and tools Schedule and track workflow, materials, and resources through the machine shop to satisfy requirements.

Utilize Computer Numerical Control (CNC) equipment, specifically Haas and Mazak mills and lathes, to produce accurate parts in various quantities to meet development project needs.

Program at the CNC machines using mazatrol and G code.

Utilize precision measuring tools to ensure in-process or finished product matched specified tolerances.

Strong ability to specify tools and machining processes to improve product or tool manufacturing capabilities.

Complete documentation, in an ERP system, for tracking of time and cost related to development activities.

Perform routine and/or corrective maintenance on machine shop equipment.

Comply with HSE regulations and policies.

Lead teams and projects to drive improvements in processes and documentation. 

Required Qualifications: 
High School Diploma/GED or local equivalent, 3-5 or more years technical experience working in a machine shop, programming at the machine, and operating Haas and Mazak mills and lathes CNC machines and other metal working equipment. 
Ability to perform machine tool math.

Ability to read and understand detailed machine drawings.

Ability to perform detail oriented work and complete projects on time.

Basic computer knowledge.

Ability to communicate, receive and understand instructions regarding duties to be performed.

Willing to work first or second shift.

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Broussard, LA
United States of America

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Job Type:
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Posted Date:7/19/2018



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Job Title: CNC Machine Operator

Location: Broussard, LA

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 332387

Posted Date: 7/19/2018

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