CNC - Turner
Job Title CNC Operator (Turner)
Location Motherwell, Scotland
Reports to: Team Leader/Operations Manager
· Read process sheets, blueprints, and sketches of part to determine machining to be done, dimensional specifications, set up, and operating requirements.
· Interpret work instructions.
· Identify, select and set up tooling for operations being performed.
· Operate multiple machine tools and operations.
· Understand applicable quality systems and perform necessary quality inspections.
· Visually inspects final components.
· Performs cleaning, fitting, filing, tapping, reaming, blending, assembly & polishing of components.
· Uses precision measuring instruments & gauging devices, and performs various quality inspection type procedures to include dimensional verification.
· Assumes responsibility for quality and functionality.
· Adhere to all policies and procedures.
· Create and maintain a team focused work environment.
· Responsible for general housekeeping and cleanliness of working area.
· Ability to work rotating Day/Back/Night shifts.
· Seek out and identify Continuous Improvement opportunities.
· Apply principles of Lean Manufacturing to reduced setup times and improve productivity.
Key Experiences and Qualifications
· Promotes diversity of ideas
· Able to manage multiple priorities with a bias towards action and speed
· Customer focused
· Constantly displays integrity and respect
· Actively engages in discussions and openly supports team decisions
· Maintain a positive attitude in order to positively influence the process improvement activities throughout the organization
· The individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
Be time served in a machining discipline
Previous experience in similar industry is preferable (Aerospace)
Experience working with various controls including Fanuc & Okuma
Experience working various CNC machines including Vertical & horizontal lathes
Must be self-motivated and possess facilitation skills to be used in a team setting.
Prior experience with precision inspection equipment.
Proven ability to hold tight machining tolerances.
Experience within a lean-manufacturing work environment.