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CNC Milling Machinist

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CNC Milling Machinist

Mentor, OH

1st Shift


Adecco staffing currently has a direct-hire opening for a CNC Milling Machinist located near Mentor, OH. Our client is an esteemed machine builder who makes complex machines and machine parts for new and refurbished equipment. Along with being part of an extremely talented team, our client offers many advancement opportunities and a full benefits package. If you?re looking for a career and not just a job, we would like to speak with you!

As the CNC Milling Machinist, you will be responsible for the following:


  • Set-up and operation of CNC Mills (horizontal and/or vertical machines)

  • Detailed reading of blueprints, drawings and schematics

  • Working with close tolerances, typically in the /- .0005 range

  • Use of hand measuring tools including micrometers, calipers and a variety of gauges

  • Movement of material throughout the facility using tow motor and overhead crane

  • Use of grinding equipment (surface and OD)

  • Collaboration with various departments to ensure proper fitment


Qualifications:


  • HS Diploma (or equivalent) and completion of a secondary training program in machining (preferred)

  • Minimum of 2 years? experience working in an intricate and detailed CNC Machining environment

  • Ability to handle complex set-ups requiring the use of shims, blocks and supports

  • Knowledge of G&M code and/or Fanuc controls

  • Have your own basic set of machining tools

  • Excellent ability to read and interpret details blueprints and drawings


Machines at this facility include models by Haas, Mazak and Okuma. Familiarity with these types of machines is preferred, but not required.

Hours for this position are Monday-Friday, daylight hours. Shifts can be as long as 12 hours per day and will require some weekend work. Approximate weekly hours average around 60 hours per week. To start, pay is in the $18-22 per hour range.

TO APPLY:


Questions will be addressed by contacting Brett at 724-219-4113.

EOE.

 

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