Who is the Brilex Group of Companies?

The Brilex Group of Companies developed over the course of the past 20 years; however, in 2010, the group was officially established when Brilex Industries expanded their facilities, formed joint ventures and purchased the assets of the Taylor-Winfield Corporation (now known as Taylor-Winfield Technologies).
Our group consists of four member companies:
  • Brilex Industries, Inc.
  • Taylor-Winfield Technologies, Inc.
  • Quality Machine, LLC.
  • BBM Railway Equipment, LLC
The Group brings together the synergies of industry’s best and understands the importance of, and is committed to the highest quality products, on-time deliveries, superior customer service and competitive pricing.

Career Opportunities

Below, browse a list of career opportunities within The Brilex Group of Companies. You can navigate through the companies by clicking on the tiles with the company name to expand the opportunities, and click on the position title to expand the details. To apply for a position, click here, or click the "Apply Now" link at the bottom of the position details.

Brilex Industries, Inc. (5)

CNC Machinist



Job Title: CNC Machinist
Company: Brilex Industries, Inc.
Reports To: Machine Shop Supervisor
Direct Reports: none
Exempt / Non-Exempt: 

Job Summary
The CNC Machinist works with computer numeric controlled (CNC) heavy machinery from set up to operation to produce parts and tools from metal or other materials. The CNC Machinist operates CNC Horizontal and Vertical Mills and Machining Centers utilizing medium to heavy steel plate in a fabrication/job shop environment. The CNC Machinist is to process methods in accordance with specifications and quality standards.

Major Areas of Responsibilities
  • Interpret packet of router, engineering drawings, blue prints and other work instructions
  • Program review, including debugging and problem solving
  • Load feed mechanism by using an overhead crane to lift materials into position
  • Mill, turn, drill, tap, de-bur, saw, and sand fabrications
  • Verify settings by measures, marks, and scribe dimensions and reference points on first-run part along with clean and perform inspections of the first-run part, machines, tooling and parts
  • Select, align, and secure holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials on machines as necessary to machine parts as required
  • Calculate and set controls to regulate machining factors such as speed, feed and depth and angle of cut, or enter commands to retrieve, input, or edit computerized machine control according to guidelines
  • Troubleshoot malfunctions or problem solve as required
  • Measure dimensions of finished work pieces to ensure conformance to specifications
  • Clean and perform inspections of the first-run part, machines, and tooling
  • Maintain a safe, organized and clean work environment.
  • Operate multiple machines when practical and necessary
  • Perform all other duties, as assigned
Minimum Qualifications
  • High School diploma or graduation from a certified technical school
  • 3-5 years prior CNC Machining experience
  • Experience machining medium to heavy plate fabrications
  • Experience reading and interpreting blue prints, performing set-ups and editing programs in G & M code
  • Must be able to take and pass a vision acuity test
Preferred Qualifications
  • Workkeys knowledge
  • Experience working in a fabrication/job shop operation
  • Forklift experience
  • Overhead crane experience
  • Experience with Siemens Sinumerik 840D/810D controls.
  • Experience on large, multi axis horizontal boring mills.
  • Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) certification
Essential Physical Functions
  • Ability to frequently lift/push/pull 45-50 pound objects
  • Use of hands/fingers to grasp, pull, handle and manipulate parts and tools
  • Ability to constantly stand and walk throughout the workday
  • Frequent ability to sit at work station
  • Exposure to noise, fumes and varying temperature
  • Perform repetitive motions
  • Hand-eye coordination
Equipment Used
  • CNC milling equipment
  • Various inspection gauges
  • Overhead crane
  • Forklift


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Mechanical Assembler



Job Title: Mechanical Assembler
Company: Brilex Industries, Inc.
Reports To: Plant Manager
Direct Reports: 
Exempt / Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt

Job Summary
The Mechanical Assembler is responsible for the disassembly, assembly, repair and rebuild of moderately complex and complex fabrications, equipment, machines and subassemblies.

Major Areas of Responsibilities
  • Review job traveler and related documents describing work to be performed and in what sequence
  • Review customer blueprints and engineering drawings as needed for build requirements
  • Assemble, disassemble, repair and rebuild fabrications using appropriate mechanical and power tools
  • Install hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical components
Minimum Qualifications
  •  High school diploma or equivalent
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in manufacturing environment
  • Previous mechanical, electrical, hydraulic or pneumatic assembly experience in a manufacturing environment
  • ACT Work Keys Career Readiness certification required
  • Ability to operate overhead cranes and motorized lift equipment
Preferred Qualifications
  • Post high school training in mechanics, i.e. auto mechanics, industrial maintenance, industrial hydraulics and/or pneumatics, etc.
  • Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) certification
Essential Physical Functions
  • Stand for long periods of time up to and exceeding 4 hours
  • Climb on narrow tread ladders and platforms
  • Frequently lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Squat and work at low proximity to floor level.
  • Pull and push large mechanical assembly tools, wrenches, etc.
  • Work with arms extended above shoulder and/or head level.
  • Exposure to noise, fumes, and varying temperatures
Equipment Used
  • Overhead cranes and lifting equipment
  • Electric grinders, electric cutoff saws, and hydraulic power equipment
  • Precision hand held inspection equipment




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Regional Account Manager - North Central US



Job Title: Regional Account Manager - North Central US
Company: Brilex Industries, Inc.
Reports To: President
Direct Reports: 0
Exempt / Non-Exempt: Exempt

Job Summary
The Regional Account Manager will be a member of our field sales team and focused on strengthening existing customer rapport in the areas of heavy fabrication, machining and assembly while also exploring new partnerships/opportunities by expanding Brilex market share across new market segments. The successful candidate will be values driven, dynamic, and technically oriented with strong oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.

Major Areas of Responsibilities
  • Develop existing business opportunities and inquiries for heavy fabrication, machining and assembly
  • Research, target and expand into suitable, new markets
  • Continually position Brilex as the supplier of choice for new projects and rebuilds via relationships and driving marketing initiatives
  • Develop and maintain pipeline of cold call targets
  • Help drive analysis and strategic diversification of customer portfolio
  • Gather information for technical and commercial proposals
  • Follow-up on technical and commercial proposals and respond to customer inquiries
  • Facilitate customer meetings, plant visits, and data collection with internal support personnel
  • Achieve territorial sales goals and objectives
  • Territory: Illinois, Indiana,Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Wisconsin
Minimum Qualifications
  • BS/BA degree preferred; combination of education and experience considered
  • 5+ years’ industrial business-to-business sales experience
  • Ability to read and interpret basic blue prints and engineering drawings
  • Excellent customer relationship building skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills across all levels
  • Self-starter who is able to work in a fast paced environment
  • Driven, goal-oriented professional
  • Strong entrepreneurial attitude, someone who can go out develop, qualify, and convert leads into opportunities
  • Strong command of MS Office Suite; Act CRM software and Jobscope ERP software experience helpful


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Shipping & Receiving Tech



Job Title: Shipping & Receiving Tech
Company: Brilex Industries, Inc.
Reports To: 
Direct Reports: 
Exempt / Non-Exempt: 

JOB SUMMARY:  The Shipping and Receiving Tech is responsible for execution of interplant, customer and vendor shipping and receiving.   

MAJOR AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Prepare and package outbound shipments by deburring, applying surface protection on machined items, painting, and/or paint touchup

·         Read and interpret routers, prints, and customer and vendor purchase orders for shipping/receiving specifications

·         Set-up equipment for necessary tasks

·         Prepare fabrication for paint spray by using primers and related prep materials

·         Move materials and fabrications per shop traveler

·         Receive and store or stage incoming materials for current and upcoming projects, shop supplies, and commercial items

·         Arrange and schedule commercial trucking as needed for both interplant and Customer shipments

·         Prepare and print packing slips and Bills of Lading

·         Weigh and record weights of items shipping when required for the purpose of arranging and scheduling trucks

·         Create and maintain job files for current and future projects 

·         Unload incoming freight and load outgoing freight

·         Support all departments in delivering materials needed at employee work stations as requested by supervisors and managers

·         Track and accurately record your labor hours and associated job numbers for the day

·         Monitor and initiate movement of items needing transported from the burning department to plant one or outside vendors

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

·         Previous experience using paint equipment such as airless sprayers and pressure pot

·         Familiarity with cranes and rigging to manipulate fabrications

·         Proficiency with desk top PC’s and manufacturing software

·         Strong interpersonal communication; interact with customers, vendors and co-workers in a respectful and professional manner both in person and via telephone and email

 PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

·         Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) certification

·         Jobscope experience

 Essential Physical Functions Needed (hours described below are for a 10 hour shift)

·         Able to:

o    frequently lift 50lbs

o    stand 10 hours/day

·         Required to wear safety equipment such as:

o     full face respirator or air hood

o    Tyvec suit

o    steel toed safety boots/shoes

o    hard hat and safety glasses

Equipment Used

·         Forklift

·         Various types of spraying equipment

·         Overhead cranes



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Welder



Job Title: Welder
Company: Brilex Industries, Inc.
Reports To: Fabrication Superintendent
Direct Reports: None
Exempt / Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt

Job Summary
The Welder is responsible for set up and operation of conventional welding equipment in a fabrication/job shop environment. This position does require a flexible work schedule. The selected candidate will need to be able to work 1st or 2nd shift as needed.

Minimum Qualifications
  • 3+ years of experience in the layout, fabrication, and welding of metal components
  • Adept at various types of metal joining
  • Knowledge of mathematics used to calculate dimensions and tolerances
  • Mechanical aptitude using a variety of hand tools and shop equipment
  • Working knowledge of industry standards for welding and fabrication
  • Ability to read, understand and interpret blueprint
  • Ability to weld in all position
  • 3-5 years experience working with 1/16th wire or larger
  • Must possess own hand tools and tool box
  • Must be able to take and pass a vision acuity test
Essential Physical Functions
  • Climb and work from ladders
  • Frequent standing, sitting, stooping, kneeling, and bending
  • Lift a minimum of 50 lbs.
  • Work from a kneeling or laying position when required
  • Exposure to fumes, noise, and varying temperatures
Equipment Used
  • Welding equipment
  • Common hand tools (i.e. drills, grinders, cutters, etc.)
  • Fork Lift
  • Overhead cranes


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Taylor-Winfield Technologies (7)

Electrical Engineer



Job Title: Electrical Engineer
Company: Taylor-Winfield Technologies
Reports To: 
Direct Reports: 
Exempt / Non-Exempt: 

JOB SUMMARY: The Electrical Engineer will focus on the Design and Programming of custom equipment. The
successful candidate will be technically oriented with strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.

MAJOR AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Produce schematic drawings and bills of material
• Complete PLC and HMI programming to meet customer specifications
• Complete functional design given specifications from internal sales documentation, customer
specifications, TWT Engineering standards and previously designed machines
• Develop panel layouts, schematic diagrams, and bills of material
• Program PLC and HMI
• Prepare Test Plan for Test Engineers to functionally test the machine
• Prepare Operator’s Manual for sequence of operation as part of documentation provided to customer
• Work in conjunction with Mechanical Engineers and Test Engineers to resolve any issues
• Complete project milestones (BOM, drawings, software) on schedule

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering
• Minimum of 3-5 years of related experience
• Programming in Rockwell Automation, Siemens Step 7 (GE Proficy and Schneider Unity a plus)
• Ability to create electrical design drawings using AutoCAD
• Working knowledge of MS Office Suite
• Demonstrated technical writing ability
• Strong customer satisfaction attitude
• Experience with Resistance Welding, Induction Heating, Arc Welding or Robotic Systems preferred
• Ability to assist Test Engineers as needed during machine testing

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Previous experience with LabView

ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS NEEDED:
• Fine motor skills
• Exposure to fumes, noise, and varying temperatures
• Occasional standing, bending, stooping, climbing, and crawling
EQUIPMENT USED:
• Computer
• Electrical test instruments
• Small


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Electrical Engineering Intern / Co-op



Job Title: Electrical Engineering Intern / Co-op
Company: Taylor-Winfield Technologies
Reports To: 
Direct Reports: 
Exempt / Non-Exempt: 


TAYLOR-WINFIELD Technologies is a world-class designer and manufacturer of arc and resistance welding,
induction heating, steel mill coil joining, material handling, assembly, automation machinery and systems.
We participate in global markets and provide unprecedented learning experience along with career growth and
advancement potential.
The Taylor-Winfield name can be found on equipment ranging from huge coil joining equipment, automated
assembly lines, metal forming equipment, work handling systems and more. This wide range of equipment
and engineering expertise enables us to design and build machines that work better from our customer’s
perspective
Excellent training opportunity is offered. Various projects can range from $20,000 to up to $8 million.
CO-OP LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
? Hands-on exposure to many areas of manufacturing
? Exposure to manufacturing process with a diverse, wide-range of product lines
? Learn to work on teams with professional engineers
? Learn production flow from design through manufacturing
CO-OP DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
? Assigned to work on various projects at our manufacturing facility
? As part of a team, make contributions to complex automated assembly systems
? Perform other duties as requested
QUALIFICATIONS:
Sophomore or Junior engineering student majoring in electrical engineering with a minimum 3.5 GPA
COMPENSATION:
Starting range is $14.00 to $15.00 per hour
Rate increases each semester the co-op returns


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Industrial Engineering Co-op



Job Title: Industrial Engineering Co-op
Company: Taylor-Winfield Technologies
Reports To: Quality & Continuous Improvement Leader
Direct Reports: 
Exempt / Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt

Job Summary
TAYLOR-WINFIELD Technologies is a world-class designer and manufacturer of arc and resistance welding, induction heating, steel mill coil joining, material handling, assembly, automation machinery and systems. We participate in global markets and provide unprecedented learning experience along with career growth and advancement potential. The Taylor-Winfield name can be found on equipment ranging from huge coil joining equipment, automated assembly lines, metal forming equipment, work handling systems and more. This wide range of equipment and engineering expertise enables us to design and build machines that work better from our customer’s perspective Excellent training opportunity is offered. Various projects can range from $20,000 to up to $8 million. Our solutions involve assisting customers with their production quality and throughput requirements. SPRING/SUMMER 2017 CO-OP LEARNING OBJECTIVES: *Hands-on exposure to many areas of manufacturing *Exposure to manufacturing process with a diverse, wide-range of product lines *Learn to work on teams with professional engineers *Learn production flow from design through manufacturing *Experience in the Application of Lean Six Sigma tools and practices *Exposure to the Theory of Constraints and Critical Chain Project Management *Experience in production, quality, continuous improvement, ergonomics, reliability and project management Compensation: Starting range is $12.00 to $15.00 per hour Rate increases each semester the co-op returns

Major Areas of Responsibilities
  • Assigned to work on various projects spanning manufacturing, quality and engineering
  • As part of a team, make contributions to complex automated assembly systems
  • Perform other duties as requested such as Green Belt Projects, assist in process and product control, machine qualifications, and design reviews.
Minimum Qualifications
  • Sophomore or Junior engineering student majoring in industrial engineering with a minimum 3.5 GPA.
Preferred Qualifications
  • The following knowledge areas are desired, but not critical to applicant qualification: Six Sigma, SPC, Lean, Time Studies & Reliability.


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Machine Assembler



Job Title: Machine Assembler
Company: Taylor-Winfield Technologies
Reports To: 
Direct Reports: 
Exempt / Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt

Job Summary
The Machine Assembler is responsible for the mechanical assembly of machines per designs provided by the Mechanical Engineering Department.

Major Areas of Responsibilities
  • Read and interpret mechanical assembly drawings and parts lists.
  • Assemble fabricated and purchased parts using assembly drawings and parts lists provided by engineering.
  • Align components to designed tolerances.
  • Install moving parts such as shafts, levers, bearings, etc and verifies proper movement.
  • Use hand or power tools to trim, shim, cut or make other adjustments for proper component assembly.
  • Bend and fit piping and tubing for water, hydraulic, pneumatic and lubrication systems.
  • Operate overhead cranes, industrial fork trucks, and aerial lifts.
Minimum Qualifications
  • 3+ years of experience building mechanical assemblies for production machinery
  • Proficient in reading and interpreting mechanical assembly, hydraulic, and pneumatic schematic drawings
  • Strong shop math and measurement skills
  • Must possess own hand tools and tool box
  • Proven mechanical aptitude using a variety of hand tools and shop equipment
  • Working knowledge of industry standards for mechanical assembly
Essential Functions
  • Stand for extended periods of time
Essential Physical Functions
  • Exposure to noise, fumes, and varying temperatures
  • Work from a kneeling or laying position when required
  • Lift a minimum of 75 lbs
  • Work from an Aerial Lif
  • Climb and work from ladder
  • Stand for extended periods of time
Equipment Used
  • Common hand tools (i.e. drills, grinders, cutters, impact wrenches, etc.)
  • Common shop equipment (i.e. pipe bender, pipe threader, drill press, power saw, band saw, etc.)
  • Industrial fork truck
  • Overhead cranes
  • Aerial lifts


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Mechanical Design Engineer - Contract



Job Title: Mechanical Design Engineer - Contract
Company: Taylor-Winfield Technologies
Reports To: 
Direct Reports: 
Exempt / Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt

Job Summary
This is a contract position that will span five to six months.

Major Areas of Responsibilities
  • Design calculation and analysis
  • Design/arrangement drawings ( Solid works or equivalent 3-D software)
  • Detail/manufacturing drawings (Fabrication and Machining)
  • Maintain budget and schedule in conjunction with Project Management
  • Verify design and detail drawings
  • Sales and proposal support as required
  • Author and publish Maintenance and troubleshooting manuals
  • Minimal travel to customer locations
Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s in Mechanical Engineering
  • Working knowledge of Solid Works is required
  • Experience in machine design, stress and deflection calculations, material selection, purchased component sizing, design through detail drawings and Bills of Material
  • Troubleshooting experience (Shop testing, Site Commissioning and Start-Up)
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office products
  • Working knowledge of Geometric Tolerancing, Weld Sizing and Fits/Finishes
  • Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
Essential Physical Functions
  • Frequent sitting at work station
  • Occasional standing, walking, kneeling, and squatting
  • Exposure to fumes, noise, and changes in temperature
Equipment Used
  • Computer
  • Micrometers
  • Solidworks
  • AutoCAD
  • MS products




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Regional Sales Manager - Southeast



Job Title: Regional Sales Manager - Southeast
Company: Taylor-Winfield Technologies
Reports To: VP - Sales & Marketing Group
Direct Reports: 
Exempt / Non-Exempt: Exempt

Job Summary
Taylor-Winfield Technologies, Inc. www.taylor-winfield.com, a worldwide leader in metal joining, processing and automated assembly systems has an immediate opening for a Regional Sales Manager in the Southeastern Region of the United States. The territory will include Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing business with existing and new customers from a wide range of industries including automotive, aerospace, appliance and other industries. The Regional Sales Manager will be a member of our field sales team and focus on developing business opportunities and relationships with existing/new customers with the goal of growing new machine, assembly systems, spare parts and consumable copper sales. The successful candidate will be technically oriented with strong oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.

Major Areas of Responsibilities
  • Develop new business opportunities and inquiries for automated assembly, new machine, spare parts and consumable copper sales.
  • Continually position Taylor-Winfield as the supplier of choice for new projects.
  • Gather information for technical and commercial proposals to be prepared by internal Product Management personnel.
  • Follow-up on technical and commercial proposals and respond to customer questions/inquiries.
  • Facilitate customer meetings, plant visits, data collection with internal support personnel.
  • Track projects through the selling cycle to closure.
  • Achieve territorial sales goals and objectives.
Minimum Qualifications
  • BS/BA degree preferred.
  • 5+ years industrial business-to-business sales experience.
  • Manufacturing automation and controls experience a plus.
  • Ability to read and interpret basic engineering drawings.
  • Working knowledge of MS Office suite of products.
  • Domestic travel required.
  • Self-starter who is able to work in a fast paced environment.


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Test and Service Engineer



Job Title: Test and Service Engineer
Company: Taylor-Winfield Technologies
Reports To: 
Direct Reports: 
Exempt / Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt

Job Summary
The Test and Service Engineer will be part of our service group and focus on machine testing and support field service. The successful candidate will be technically oriented with strong oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.

Major Areas of Responsibilities
  • Start up and debug automated machinery
  • Service existing equipment at customer’s facilities
  • Write professional service reports
  • Train customers to operate machinery
  • Travel domestically and internationally up to 40% of the time.
Minimum Qualifications
  • 5+ years’ experience
  • Experience in Resistance, Induction, Arc Welding, or Robotic Systems
  • Disciplined in PLC troubleshooting, knowledge of Machinery Set-up, Hydraulics, Pneumatics, and Electronics
  • Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings
  • Technical writing skills
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
Preferred Qualifications
  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s in Mechanical, Electrical, or Industrial Engineering or related field
Essential Physical Functions
  • Frequent standing, walking, stooping, laying, and kneeling
  • Climb and work from ladders
  • Work from aerial lift
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Exposure to fumes, noise, and varying temperatures
Equipment Used
  • Overhead crane
  • Fork Lift
  • Electronic Test Equipment
  • Mechanical Test Equipment
  • Hand tools
  • Measuring devices, i.e. Micrometers


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Quality Machine, LLC (2)

CNC Machinist



Job Title: CNC Machinist
Company: Quality Machine, LLC
Reports To: 
Direct Reports: 
Exempt / Non-Exempt: 

JOB SUMMARY:  The CNC Machinist works with computer numeric controlled (CNC) machinery from set up to operation to produce parts and tools from metal or other materials. The CNC Machinist operates CNC Machining Centers (lathe and mills) utilizing steel, non-ferrous and various alloys in the job shop environment. The CNC Machinist is to process methods in accordance with specifications and quality standards.

MAJOR AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • ·         Interpret packet of router, engineering drawings, blue prints and other work instructions
  • ·         Program review, including debugging and problem solving
  • ·         Load feed mechanism by using an overhead crane to lift materials into position
  • ·         Perform typical machine shop operations
  • ·         Ability to perform, but not limited to: milling, turning, drilling, tapping, de-burring, sawing and sanding
  • ·         Verify settings by measures, marks, and scribe dimensions and reference points on first-run part
  • ·         Clean and perform inspections of the first-run part, machines, tooling and parts
  • ·         Select, align, and secure holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials on machines as necessary to machine parts as required
  • ·         Calculate and set controls to regulate machining factors such as speed, feed and depth and angle of cut, or enter commands to retrieve, input, or edit computerized machine control according to guidelines
  • ·         Troubleshoot malfunctions or problem solve as required
  • ·         Perform routine maintenance on machines as required
  • ·         Measure dimensions of finished work pieces to ensure conformance to specifications
  • ·         Maintain a safe, organized and clean work environment.
  • ·         Ability to grind and modify tooling when necessary
  • ·         Ability to operate multiple machines when practical and necessary
  • ·         Perform all other duties, which include by not limited to loading/unloading trucks, shop maintenance as assigned

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • ·         High School diploma or graduation from a certified technical school
  • ·         3-5 years prior CNC Machining experience
  • ·         Experience reading and interpreting blue prints, performing set-ups and editing programs in G & M code
  • ·         Ability to produce quality product while meeting customer order commitments
  • ·         Ability to be cross trained across multiple pieces of equipment
  • ·         Adherence to safe work practices

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • ·         Experience working in a job shop operation
  • ·         Forklift experience
  • ·         Overhead crane experience
  • ·         Attention to detail

Essential Mental Functions Needed

  • ·         Ability to read, understand and interpret the English language to communicate orally and in writing
  • ·         Ability to read and interpret  engineering drawings and blue prints, follow routers, use shop math to perform  shop calculations, and use basic hand measuring tools
  • ·         Ability to operate a computer for creating programs

Essential Physical Functions Needed

  • ·         Ability to frequently lift/push/pull 50 pound objects
  • ·         Use of hands/fingers to grasp, pull, handle and manipulate parts and tools
  • ·         Ability to constantly stand and walk throughout the workday
  • ·         Frequent ability to sit at work station
  • ·         Exposure to noise, fumes and varying temperature
  • ·         Perform repetitive motions
  • ·         Hand-eye coordination
  • ·         Specific vision abilities



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CNC Machinist Apprentice



Job Title: CNC Machinist Apprentice
Company: Quality Machine, LLC
Reports To: 
Direct Reports: 
Exempt / Non-Exempt: 

JOB SUMMARY:  The CNC Machinist Apprentice is a developmental position that will allow the employee to gain working knowledge of several CNC (computer numeric controlled) machines in a work environment.  The CNC Machinist Apprentice will assist with multiple machines, performing auxiliary functions while s/he becomes familiarized with the work flow and operation.  This position’s duties will include a range of tasks such as deburring, material coordination, and clean up as well as setting up tooling for an operation to produce parts. When the employee progresses to a more senior role, s/he can expect to operate CNC Horizontal and Vertical Mills and Machining Centers utilizing medium to heavy steel plate in a fabrication/job shop environment.

MAJOR AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Keep material in front of mills, and remove it when completed

·         Assist Machine operators in gathering tooling as needed

·         Assist Maintenance with completing basket PMs (preventative maintenance) of our machine assets

·         Interpret packet of router, engineering drawings, blue prints and other work instructions

·         Perform typical, auxiliary, machine shop operations

·         Responsible for milling, turning, drilling, tapping, de-burring, sawing, and sanding

·         Select, align, and secure holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials on machines as necessary to assist in machining parts as required

·         Troubleshoot malfunctions or problem solve as required

·         Maintain a safe, organized, and clean work environment

·         Perform all other duties as assigned

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

·         High School diploma or graduation from a certified technical school

·         1+ years prior CNC Machining Center / Mill experience in a job shop environment

·         Ability to perform set-ups and edit programs at the machine using G&M code

·         Experience reading and interpreting blue prints

·         Solid shop math skills

·         Ability to work multiple shifts and flexible work schedules

·         Experience using cranes, chains and rigging equipment to move large fabrications safely

·         Willingness and ability to be cross trained across multiple pieces of equipment

·         Adherence to safe work practices

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

·         Technical Career Center graduate

·         Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) certification

·         Experience working in a fabrication/job shop operation

·         Forklift experience

·         Overhead crane experience

·         Attention to detail

Essential Physical Functions Needed

·         Frequently lift/push/pull 50 pound objects

·         Climb and work from ladders and stairs

·         Use hands/fingers to grasp, pull, handle, and manipulate parts and tools

·         Required to alternately stand, sit, and walk throughout the workday

·         Exposure to noise, fumes and varying temperature

·         Perform repetitive motions

·         Hand-eye coordination

·         Must be able to take and pass a vision acuity test

Equipment USed:

·         CNC milling equipment

·         Various inspection gauges

·         Drills

·         Grinders

·         Cutters

·         Air compressor

·         Drill press

·         Industrial trucks

·         Overhead cranes

·         Fork Lift

·         Computer

·         Machinist Tools



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