Numerical Control Programming Technologist - Great Team Environment
AppleOne - Livermore, CA
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This Numerical Control Programming Technologist Position Features:
Job Description: Analyzes engineering drawings to define the configuration of parts and determine the type and sequence of machine operations. Selects program routines for the most efficient calculation of dimensional and machining requirements for each part.
Primary Job Duties: Analyzes engineering drawings to define the configuration of parts and determine the type and sequence of machine operations.
Selects program routines for the most efficient calculation of dimensional and machining requirements for each part.
Provides programming support for machining parts, tools, or sheet metal on numerically controlled machine tools.
Makes proper cutter selections for each part, taking into consideration such factors as speeds, types of cutters, feeds, and control system limitations.
Schedules jobs and implements and monitors schedules.
May modify existing parts programs for engineering changes or program improvements.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of quality control methods and practices with respect to a single discipline or multiple disciplines.
Knowledge and experience in inspection, examination, or testing activities.
Knowledge of an engineering discipline related to an assigned area of responsibility.
Demonstrated ability to understand and interpret various physical, civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical documents, blueprints, drawings, and schematics.
Ability to work independently and as well as part of a team.
Required: Journeyman machinist, completion of an approved machinist training program, 5 years verifiable work experience as a machinist. Numerical control programming proficiency, minimum 5 years demonstrated experience in the use of ProEngineer and ProManufacture.
We are an equal employment opportunity employer.
AA degree in machine tool technology or similar field. Experience working in a prototyping environment.