CNC Machinist - Weekend Shift

ATI - Salem, OR3.6

Full-timeEstimated: $41,000 - $56,000 a year
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ATI is a global manufacturer of technically advanced specialty materials and complex components. Our products support diverse markets and industries such as aerospace and defense, oil & gas, electrical energy, medical, automotive, and other industrial markets.

The CNC Machinist Level I/II/III, produces machined part programs provided by programming, setting up and operating a computer numerical control (CNC) machines. Multi-task in high paced environment maintaining quality and safety standards; keeping records; maintaining equipment and supplies.

Essential Functions:
Maintains safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and standards
Sets up Mills to set up instructions or Roadmaps
Verifies settings by measuring positions (Indicator) first-run part proofs outs (FAI)
Maintains equipment by completing preventative maintenance requirements.
Attention to detail in maintaining quality standards accordance with ISO 9001 & AS9100
Loading and unloading of parts according to standard work instructions
Work effectively in a team environment and independently
Read, understand and interpret technical information( e.g. drawings, work orders, handbooks, industry standards and specifications)

ATI and its subsidiary companies will provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants without regard to applicant's race, color, religion, sex, gender, genetic information, national origin, age, veteran status, disability status, or any other status protected be federal or state law. The company will provide reasonable accommodations to allow an applicant to participate in the hiring process if so requested.

Education, Certifications and Experience:
High School diploma or GED preferred but not required

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities typically required to perform the essential functions of this job:

CNC Machinists of all skill levels will have:
1 year minimum CNC work experience and/or trade school equivalent to work experience
Proficient shop math skills: Including daily usage of fundamentals through trigonometry
Exposure to various CNC Controls such as Fanuc, Siemens, and Heidenhain
Dimensional skills including understanding of standard blue prints and geometric dimensions and tolerances (GD&T)
Measuring knowledge with use of gauging instruments and methods
Exposure to Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) preferred but not required
In addition to the above qualifications, higher levels can be obtained based on skill and experience. Qualifications for each level include:

Level 1

Able to identify but not replace broken tools
Operating a single machine
Must have 3 axis machining experience, but 4 or 5 axis experience is preferred
Machining and holding tolerances of +/-.005"
Level 2

Able to identify and replace broken tools
Operating multiple machines
Must have 4-5 axis machining experience
Able to change fixtures and manage tool libraries
Machining and holding tolerances of +/- .001"
Level 3

Able to Identify and replace broken tools quickly
Operating multiple CNC machines
Possesses 4-5 axis machining experience
Able to diagnose and troubleshoot CNC machines using judgment and queues including hearing or feeling the material interaction with machine
Able to perform setup and change over
Machining and holding tolerances of .0005"