Producing machined parts by operating and setting up a computer numerical control (CNC) machine; maintaining quality and safety standards; keeping records; maintaining equipment and supplies.
Operating and settin-up CNC machines within specified tolerances following work instructions and in accordance with machine programs and engineering drawings.
Performing difficult CNC Machinist work including progressive machining of a variety of parts and different metals where very close tolerances must be maintained.
Changing dull tooling, and/or make minor offsets and adjustments as needed for tooling wear.
Ensuring product quality is achieved by working to operator owned quality (OOQ) standards and requirements including using a range of measuring equipment and interpreting readings.
Performing routine maintenance as per daily machine checklist and adhere to PM schedule.
Performing hand finish.
Following Good Manufacturing and Good Document Practices (GMP/GDP) at all times including completion of job routers/ cards.
Ensuring safe working practices are carried out to minimize risks to the job holder and/or colleagues, including identifying and reporting Safety, Health & Environmental issues.
Achieving set productivity targets and identify ways of improving productivity.
Recording all activities in a timely manner on the job tracking system.
Identifying and support Continuous Improvement activities.
Identifying and escalating manufacturing issues to the Team Leader and/or Supervisor, participating in the resolution as required.
Maintaining 5S/housekeeping standards within work area.
Performing other duties or special projects as required or as assigned by supervisor.REM-03 WS-03
Shift start: 7:00AM or 4:30PM
Shift length: 8.5 hours
Tecomet specializes in forged, cast and machined orthopedic implants, precision surgical instruments, sterilization cases/trays and photochemical etched products.