Therma-Tru

  • CNC Programmer (Tech)

    Job Locations US-IN-Butler
    Job ID
    2018-2281
    # Positions
    1
  • Overview

    As the CNC Programmer (Technician) you will have the opportunity to: work with Engineering Services Team and other technical departments in assisting, leading, and supporting OEE improvement projects focused on safety, availability, performance, and quality.

    Responsibilities

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Program and troubleshoot CNC programs for standard and custom machining.
    • Coordinate and support process/product trials. Collect data and run basic analysis to help evaluate largest improvement potential that will impact safety, availability, performance, and quality.
    • Develop and demonstrate basic knowledge of CNC machines, machining processes, cutting tools, and drafting techniques.
    • Create drawings utilizing Cad / CAM electronic drawing packages.
    • Participate in cross-functional team-based improvement projects and lead sub-tasks within larger projects.
    • Work closely with the Customer Service team to support customer requirements.
    • Assist plant associates with technical questions.
    • Stabilize and standardize current processes to ensure that they are capable and repeatable.
    • Support plant-wide Tru-Improvement initiatives.
    • Work with quality and production to identify gaps between current process and standardized work and develop corrective actions to resolve.
    • Have a good working knowledge of different tool types and the ability to work with tooling suppliers.
    • Apply best process specific practices across multiple production lines and operations.
    • When required provide off-shift and weekend support of equipment, production, and projects needed.

    Qualifications

    Successfull Candidates will have:

     

    • The ability to operate a variety of 3 / 5 axis CNC machines.
    • Minimum of 3 yrs CNC programming experience in both Master CAM (or similar) and G code.
    • Ability to read engineering drawings and GD&T.
    • 3 or more years of practical manufacturing experience and involvement in process improvement efforts.
    • The ability to problem solve electrical, mechanical and programming issues with CNC machines.
    • Conceptual knowledge of Lean Manufacturing and understanding/use of SPC (statistical process control).
    • Excellent time and project management and the ability to stick to timelines.
    • Microsoft applications experience preferred: MS Office Suite; MiniTab
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Ability to work in a cross functional team environment.
    • Ability to create and update standard work.

     

     

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