Location(s): United States; New Hampshire; Hooksett
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Manufacture, fabricate, assemble, and repair precision tools, dies, fixtures, inspection gages, equipment, etc., working to extremely close tolerances.
Determining and planning operation sequences, production schedule, materials, machines, tools, feeds, speeds, etc., required for job completion.
Performing complicated machine set-ups and operations, utilizing a wide variety of precision toolroom equipment such as lathes, milling machines, precision grinding machines, jig mills, electrical discharge machines, etc., both conventional and numerically controlled.
Read and interpret mechanical blueprints, sketches, engineering specifications, drawings, etc. to plan and complete job assignments.
Performing advanced mathematical calculations using algebra, geometry, and trigonometry
Performing inspection functions using complex precision measuring tools, gages, and equipment to ensure job completion accuracy.
Performing related environmental, health, safety, maintenance, quality, continuous improvement, and production-flow job duties to support plant machinery, equipment, and manufacturing-related initiatives and programs.
Maintaining detailed job task documentation, reports, and records.
Associate’s degree in a technical-related field from an accredited college with a minimum of 3-years of experience in tool and die advanced machine tool technology manufacturing; Or
High school diploma/GED with a minimum of 4-years of experience in tool and die advanced machine tool technology manufacturing; Or
Technical Certificate from an accredited educational institution with a minimum of 4-years of experience in tool and die advanced machine tool manufacturing.
Demonstrated proficiency in the set-up and operation of a multitude of precision machine tools both conventional and numerically-controlled.
Demonstrated proficiency in the use of precision inspection gages, measuring tools and instruments.
Experience in performing advanced mathematical calculations to include algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.
Demonstrated proficiency in reading and interpretation of mechanical blueprints, engineering specifications and drawings.
Performing NC controlled machine off-sets, modifications, and programming.
Demonstrated use of oral and written communication skills.
Experience in Lean Six Sigma fundamentals.
Demonstrated ability in maintaining relationships by recognizing needs and sensitivities of others, and cooperating and resolving conflicts that inspire the Team in achieving objectives and deliverables.
Demonstrated ability in receiving guidance and supervision, following work rules, safety practices, work procedures; meeting deadlines; and punctuality and attendance standards. Additional Notes
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