CNC Machinist Level 2 (1st & 2nd Shift)

Job Title:
CNC Machinist Level 2 (1st & 2nd Shift)
Posted:
Jan 18, 2023
Education:
Vocational
Type:
Full-time
Location:
Bristol, Rhode Island

Job Description

Located in Bristol, Rhode Island for nearly 50 years, Tri-Mack is a leading manufacturer of high-temperature thermoplastic components for the aerospace-defense, semiconductor, energy and medical industries. 
 
Our broad capabilities include collaborative engineering, tool making, injection molding, thermoplastic composite processing, multi-axis CNC machining, bonding and assembly, testing and quality control - all within a modern, environmentally controlled 60,000 sq. ft. facility. 
 
Our culture is based on values that promote respect, teamwork and accountability and we are committed to meeting customer requirements through our ISO 9001/AS9100 quality management system. 
 
Position:  CNC Machinist Level 2 (1st and 2nd shift)
 
Summary: 
This position uses Tri-Mack's CNC and manual machining equipment to produce tight tolerance parts using pre-defined programs, tools, and work that has already been loaded into the machine. A CNC Machinist (Level 2) requires a good working background in manufacturing and independently operates a variety of parts within their department. This Machinist can operate the more complicated parts in the department, run multiple machines at once and complete some set-ups independently.
 
Responsibilities & Accountabilities:
  • Operate CNC machines to specifications and hold tight tolerances.  May run more than one CNC machine at a time.
  • Identify critical dimensions and independently measure parts with minimal guidance.
  • Complete all documentation accurately each shift.
  • Troubleshoot problems.  Identify dull tools and inserts for static tooling and replace as necessary.
  • Make offsets involving multiple datum systems. 
  • Verify raw material documentation and match picklists to maintain lot traceability.
  • Execute preventative maintenance tasks and document per the relevant work instruction
  • Keep work station clean and organized.
  • Work in a manner that ensures your own safety and the safety of your co-workers. Always use correct PPE, and never run a machine without proper guarding.
  • Conduct yourself in an ethical and professional manner and always follow Tri-Mack:  Respect, Teamwork, Integrity, Accountability and Durability
  • Adhere to all AS9100 requirements as specified in work instructions and by your supervisor.
  • All other duties assigned.
 

Skills & Experience

Education, Skills & Experience:
  • High School diploma or general education degree (GED).
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience on CNC milling and/or lathes machines is required.
  • Experience in some set-up and/or program edits is preferred.
  • Understanding of blueprints and some GD&T is required.
  • Physical ability to stand, bend, sit and lift up to 40 pounds for 8 to 12 hours per day.
  • General math knowledge and ability to calculate and solve certain geometric problems.
  • Ability to use and understand all measuring tools.
  • Basic computer skills.
  • Ability to show up to work on time, get along with co-workers and support others as needed.
Our Benefits:
We offer competitive salaries and generous benefits, including:
  • 4 day - 40 hour week (Fridays off)
  • $3.00 / hour 2nd shift pay differential
  • Medical, Life & Dental Insurance
  • Paid Holiday, Personal Time & Vacation
  • 401(k) with Company Match
  • Tuition Reimbursement
 
If you’re looking for an innovative,  values-driven company where you can put your mechanical aptitude and expertise to work, grow your career and take on ever-bigger challenges, you may just have found the place! We know our continued success is dependent upon our employees, which is why we are always on the lookout for reliable, knowledgeable and dynamic individuals with past success in a collaborative team setting, working with clear objectives and direction.