Advise researchers, aid in the design, and perform all the close-tolerance machining and assembly operations involved in the fabrication of sophisticated research equipment. This involves the use of standard machine shop equipment such as lathes, milling machines, surface grinders, drill presses, as well as such specialized machinery as electrical discharge machines, TIG welders, MIG welders, plasma cutters and various computer controlled pieces of equipment. It also involves using CAD-CAM systems and very sophisticated measuring equipment. Strong customer service focus with good interpersonal, organizational and communication skills a must.
Minimum 5 years of experience as a CNC Programmer/ Machinist (lathe/mill).
Must be computer literate and be familiar with CAD/CAM software.
Associates Degree in Mechanical Technology or equivalent formal education. Experience with Prototrak CNC Controllers, FeatureCam CAM automation software, EDM machines and welding experience is highly desired for this position.
Machine shops are inherently dangerous and require strict adherence to safety procedures. The machines pose hazards as do the various welding operations. There are chemicals and some materials that require special handling and controls while machining.
** This position is a temporary position (3-4) months with the possibility of extension.
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