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- Perform highly routine/repetitive work on standardized parts.
- Operate one or more manual machines.
- Skilled to adjust and operate several machine tools on standardized work where setup detail and operating procedures are prescribed.
- Fixtures, machine stops, and indexing devices are utilized to control tolerances.
- Work can be subject to process and final inspection check.
- Work from drawings, sketches and specifications in completing various machining operations.
- Perform machine set ups to obtain close tolerances, fitting and alignment of machined parts.
- Obtain required inspections on first pieces of a run according to prescribed procedure and performs inspections on work-in-progress, using a wide variety of measuring devices.
- Complete and maintain all necessary records of time, part counts, first piece inspections, and requisition forms, and so on. For each job.
- Make jigs, fixtures or other specialized non-production devices as qualified and assigned.
- Acquire raw material, supplies, tools, etc. When necessary.
- Maintain work area in a clean, safe, and orderly fashion and conforms to all quality procedures and standards.
- Assist in the training of other machinists as requested.
- Grind tools when necessary.
- Perform routine preventative maintenance of machines according to PM schedule.
- Troubleshoot drawings, machining, tooling, programming, material, and so on, and make competent decisions pertaining to job at hand.
- Operate machinery/equipment in a safe manner.
- Utilize Geometric Dimension & Tolerance as called out on print.
- Give feedback on trends and recommending process improvements.
- Maintain and monitor machine shop equipment. Safeguard against improper use and incorrect set ups to prevent extensive damage to machine or specific sections.
- Ensure proper machine set up and accurate interpretation of prints and specifications to prevent damage to material. Detect errors with frequent tolerance/quality checks.
- Learn and complete tasks successfully to prevent loss of production or alteration in the work of others. Responsible for low level of production. May provide minimal guidance to others.
Education and experience:
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Some trade school or on-the-job training is required to become proficient in most phases of the job.
- Technical training in shop math and blueprint reading is necessary to learn the job.
- 3 - 5 years of experience as a manual machinist is preferred.
- Positive attitude and good interpersonal skills
- Detail oriented and a focus on accuracy
- Demonstrable knowledge of and passion for the oilfield
Full benefits (medical, dental, vision, life, 401k - 6% company match.)