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CNC Programmer

The ideal candidate for the CNC Programmer will be a hands-on professional who will be expected to offer ideas and suggestions on improving the set-up and operation of the equipment, apply the principles of lean manufacturing to improve the utilization and productivity of the jobs being run, and to contribute to the success of the team by achieving the overall plant goals set forth in the operation and be rewarded financially for doing so through a monthly employee bonus.  Current openings are available for Second Shift. 

Duties include (but are not limited to) the following:


The position consists of programming complex parts using Mastercam.  Responsibilities include reading and interpreting blueprints, providing information regarding manufacturability, troubleshooting existing programs and creating programs for new parts for production and/or prototype runs.


  • Read and interpret blueprints or work from verbal or written instructions, sketches or from the actual part to be copied or fitted.
  • Plan the setup and operation of various machine shop tools, considering types of material, tolerances and machine tool feeds and speeds.
  • Use precision measuring and gauging tools, performing required inspections before, during and after machining.
  • Use hand tools of the trade for modifications as required.
  • Assist product designers by providing information about potential manufacturing difficulties with new product designs.
  • Maintain organized libraries of CNC programs.
  • Perform CNC and conventional machining applying most efficient speed and feeds, as well as most appropriate cutting tool selection.
  • Accurate set up and operation of all tool room equipment, including CNC machining centers.
  • Troubleshoot existing programs to gain improvements in quality and efficiency.

Knowledge and skills required:

  • Thorough understanding of “G” and “M” codes, setup and operation of multi-axis CNC machine tools.
  • Software experience with Mastercam required.
  • 2-5 years CNC programming and CNC Machining.
  • Ability to create CNC programs for new parts for production and prototype runs.
  • Extensive knowledge in tool fabrication and demonstrated trouble-shooting skills.
  • Detail oriented with the ability to organize and prioritize.
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written).
  • Willingness to follow safety rules when operating machine tools and assembling heavy mold parts.

Essential Job Functions:

Operate computer and keyboard; able to use phone; sit for long periods; communicate using speech, hearing and vision skills.

We offer a competitive compensation and benefit package including bonuses, medical, dental, vision, 401k savings plan, training and education, safety equipment reimbursement and more.

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