Operate multiple machine tools to fabricate metal or plastic components, and make approximately half of the setup independently.
Produces parts from raw materials in bars or flat forms, casting and forging materials, ferrous and non-ferrous metals and plastics using various machine tools, assorted hand tools, measuring devices, and ool steels and carbides, Shapes and threads parts to meet blueprint and instruction specifications, Performs necessary machine shop math computation, Works with and completes job order forms, Works from blueprints, WPS manuals, sketches and oral instructions to plan and lay out work,
Completes all proper and necessary steps to set up own machine, Self-inspects parts to ensure all specifications are met before sending parts to the next process,
Supports company quality initiatives and policies; Follows safety policies and initiatives and is responsible for own safety, Reports unsafe working conditions and hazards in a timely manner, Participates in Corrective and Preventative Safety initiatives and investigations of incidents,
Maintains a clean, orderly work area, ensuring TDW safety standards are maintained; Participates in Lean initiatives and process improvements.
Minimum of 1 year vocational technical training or equivalent experience, Meets required experience, skill, and behavior competencies to make Machinist B → Machinist A transition Ability to read blueprints and work to drawing tolerances, Ability to make necessary machine shop math computation, Ability to set up feeds, speeds, tools and measuring devices, Ability to use all precision measuring instruments, such as micrometers, to perform in-process inspection of own work, Displays a solid degree of versatility, knowledge, and professionalism.