Windsor Beach Technologies, Inc 2019

Hiring: CNC Lathe Programmer, CNC Mill Programmer, 5 Axis, Vertical & Horizontal, CNC Operators
12 positions – 1st & 2nd shift

We have a clean, climate controlled – state of the art CNC machine shop. Everyone gets along well with each other – it is a friendly atmosphere.

Join us for the 814 Job Fair, Tuesday, June 18, from noon to 4, at Millcreek Mall, in Macy’s concourse.

JOB TITLE:                 CNC Programmer / Supervisor Job Description  

REPORTS TO:            Plant Manager

Purpose – Incumbent’s skills must be capable of detail orientation, multi-tasking ability, self-motivation, efficiency, creativity, the ability to learn quickly from instruction, ability to work in a timely manner when under pressure, and consistent dedication to quality manufacturing.
Key Responsibilities
– Must have knowledge of G and M codes.
– Must be able to work on different types of controls
– Must be able to make a program from the print using Mastercam Software.
– Must be able to program 5 axis
Training on how to Hand deburr parts; visually inspect.
– Instruct operators how to visually inspect parts for damage, burrs, and other cosmetic defects.  Parts should be coming off of   the machine with minimal hand working necessary.
– Instruct employee on Monitoring tool wear and identify when tools need to be changed based on how the part looks.
Training on Machine Maintenance.
– Instruct operators so they know they are ultimately responsible for maintaining lube, coolant, and oil levels, pulling chips at the end of every shift, and making sure that your work holders are cleaned of any chips at the end of every shift.
– Instruct operators that is also necessary to perform daily maintenance and sign off Preventive Maintenance book on each machine.  It is necessary that the operators stay at their machine as much as possible while it is running.
Training on how to Load material/parts.
– Instruct operators on how to identify the correct bar stock / parts to use and make sure that there is sufficient stock/parts for the job.
– Instruct operators to chamfer both ends of each bar prior to loading in bar loader and to clean out mill fixtures prior to loading the next part.
Training on how to perform basic housekeeping duties to maintain a clean work area.
– All employees are to maintain a clean and safe work area throughout the day.  At the end of each shift, operators must stop and clean their work area.  The last quarter hour of the day should consist of cleaning up the work area.  Cleaning the area includes, but is not limited to: the work bench and the machine itself.  Also, any used tooling, tooling holders, caps, or tooling cases should be disposed of or put away after use.
Review and complete routers and line reports.
– All paperwork needs to be filled out accurately and handled per current ISO regulations. Make sure routers, line reports, material certifications, and any other paperwork pertaining to your job is filled out properly.  Employees are responsible for completion and verification of paperwork and part counts.
Update computer database.
– The MRP system (Job Boss) is the company’s method of tracking production progress and quoting new jobs based on the times and efficiencies entered by each operator.  It is very important that every operator is logging in and out of Job Boss on a daily basis and accurately accounting for the good parts produced as well as any scrap run while logged in on production.
Comply with all related safety regulations and policies. Advise supervisor of potential hazards.
– All operators are to use any necessary PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) in required areas.  It is also the operator’s responsibility to notify the lead or supervisor if there are any potential hazards on the shop floor. Comply with all company policies, procedures, guidelines and work instructions related to safety, operations or employment. Know and Understand the policies in the handbook.
May occasionally perform set-up responsibilities.
– A programmer may be asked to assist in set-up related tasks.
Other duties and projects as assigned.

– You may be called upon to perform a task that is outside your daily scope of duties.  Use this as an opportunity to show that you are versatile and a team player within the Company.
Training on Quality of product.
Programmers must instruct operators that they are required to check the parts they are running to the customer supplied print. Also operators are required to and must fill out completely the inspection report 3 times a shift as well as checking the parts for the required frequency as stated on the inspection sheet.
Awareness of Prevention, Detection & Removal of Foreign Objects (FOD).
–      Prevent introduction of foreign objects into an item. (Debris is defined as residual materials left by the manufacturing, storage/handling and shipping processes (i.e., metal chips, shavings, tooling remnants, dirt, oils films, etc.) as well as contamination introduced from another source, including personal items such as food and beverage). Certain parts by nature of their design have blind areas or internal passageways where foreign particles could be trapped. Parts are to be free of burrs, sharp edges (unless specified by drawing) and foreign debris.

Qualifications/Job Requirements 

  • Programming, including 5 axis
  • Strong mechanical skills/abilities,
  • Good math skills (Geometry and Trigonometry),
  • Be able to set up and program various CNC equipment,
  • Assure that program and set-up produces acceptable parts
  • Be able to read and interpret blue prints,
  • Fluent in M & G code programming,
  • Cutting tool parameters,
  • Maintain Tolerances
  • Various inspection equipment (mics, calipers, CMM, Optical Comparators, and Smart Scopes).
  •  5 or more years of programming experience.
  • Ability to set-up various machine tools as required
  • Create and maintain programs and set-up sheets within system.
  • Ability to successfully hand off set-ups to operators
  • Ability to manage, monitor, and supervise operators
  • Ability to conduct first article and in-process inspections including visual & scope inspection for burrs, sharp edges and obstructions.

JOB TITLE:                 Swiss Machine Operator Job Description  

REPORTS TO:            Plant Manager

 
DIRECT REPORTS:  Swiss Manager Rev: April 2019

Purpose – To operate Swiss machines and produce quality parts.

Key Responsibilities
Hand deburr parts; visually inspect.
Visually inspect parts for damage, burrs, and other cosmetic defects. Parts should be coming off of the machine with minimal hand working necessary.  Monitor tool wear and identify when tools need to be changed based on how the part looks.
Perform tool changes.
After performing a tool change, visually verify that it was done properly prior to running a cycle. Make sure coolant lines are hitting all  Verify that the tool is cutting properly (i.e. – verify OD, hole depth, etc.) prior to running the following operation to avoid destruction of subsequent tooling.  Tooling needs to be changed in a timely manner and as often as needed.
Maintain machine.
Operators are ultimately responsible for maintaining lube and coolant oil level, pulling chips at the end of every shift, and making sure that your guide bushing and sub chuck are cleaned of any chips at the end of every shift. It is also necessary to perform daily maintenance and sign off Preventive Maintenance book on each machine. It is necessary that the operators stay at their machine as much as possible while it is running.
Load material.
Identify the correct bar stock to use and make sure that there is sufficient stock for both you and the following shift. Chamfer both ends of each bar prior to loading in bar loader.
Grind tools, as required.
Special ground tooling may be required for certain jobs. Operators may be responsible for grinding their own tooling per a print or the instructions on the setup sheet.
Perform basic housekeeping duties to maintain a clean work area.
All operators are to maintain a clean and safe work area throughout the day. At the end of your shift, stop and clean your work area.  The last half hour of your day should consist of cleaning up your work area.  Cleaning your area includes, but is not limited to: your bench, the bar feeder, and the machine itself.  Also, any used tooling, tooling holders, caps, or tooling cases should be disposed of or put away after use.
Review and complete routers and line reports.
All paperwork needs to be filled out accurately and handled per current ISO regulations. Make sure routers, line reports, material certifications, and any other paperwork pertaining to your job is filled out properly. Employees are responsible for completion and verification of paperwork and part counts.
Update computer database.
The MRP system (Job Boss) is the company’s method of tracking production progress and quoting new jobs based on the times and efficiencies entered by each operator. It is very important that every operator is logging in and out of Job Boss on a daily basis and accurately accounting for the good parts produced as well as any scrap run while logged in on production.
Comply with all related safety regulations and policies. Advise supervisor of potential hazards.
All operators are to use any necessary PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) in required areas. It is also the operator’s responsibility to notify the lead or supervisor if there are any potential hazards on the shop floor. Comply with all company policies, procedures, guidelines and work instructions related to safety, operations or employment. Know and Understand the policies in the handbook.
May occasionally perform set-up responsibilities.
An operator may be asked to assist in set-up related tasks. Try to learn as much as possible and use this as an opportunity to learn something new.
Other duties and projects as assigned.
You may be called upon to perform a task that is outside your daily scope of duties. Use this as an opportunity to show that you are versatile and a team player within the department.
Quality of product.
Operators are required to check the parts they are running to the customer supplied print. Also operators are required to and must fill out completely the inspection report 3 times a shift as well as checking the parts for the required frequency as stated on the inspection sheet.
Awareness of Prevention, Detection & Removal of Foreign Objects (FOD).
 –      Prevent introduction of foreign objects into an item. (Debris is defined as residual materials left by the        manufacturing, storage/handling and shipping processes (i.e., metal chips, shavings, tooling remnants, dirt, oils films, etc.) as well as contamination introduced from another source, including personal items such as food and beverage). Certain parts by nature of their design have blind areas or internal passageways where foreign particles could be trapped. Parts are to be free of burrs, sharp edges (unless specified by drawing) and foreign debris.

Qualifications/Job Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent required. Additional training or education is a plus.
  • Shop math skills: geometry and algebra.
  • Ability to use all types of measuring devices (micrometers, calipers, etc.).
  • Basic computer skills: data entry.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of materials and how they cut.
  • Demonstrated attention to detail.
  • Problem solving and troubleshooting skills.
  • Ability to read blueprints.
  • Candidates with own tools is a plus.
  • Moderate level of basic machining or Swiss machining experience.
  • Work involves significant standing.
  • Work is performed in a clean, climate-controlled environment.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.
JOB TITLE:                 Lathe Machine Operator Job Description  

REPORTS TO:            Plant Manager

 
DIRECT REPORTS:  Lathe Manager Rev: April 2019

 

Purpose To operate Lathe machine and produce quality turned parts.

Key Responsibilities
Hand deburr parts; visually inspect.
Visually inspect parts for damage, burrs, and other cosmetic defects.  Parts should be coming off of the machine with minimal hand working necessary.  Monitor tool wear and identify when tools need to be changed based on how the part looks.
Perform tool changes.
After performing a tool change, visually verify that it was done properly prior to running a cycle.  Make sure coolant lines are hitting all  Verify that the tool is cutting properly (i.e. – verify OD, hole depth, etc.) prior to running the following operation to avoid destruction of subsequent tooling.  Tooling needs to be changed in a timely manner and as often as needed.
Maintain machine.
Operators are ultimately responsible for maintaining lube and coolant oil level, pulling chips at the end of every shift, and making sure that your Main and/or sub chuck are cleaned of any chips at the end of every shift. It is also necessary to perform daily maintenance and sign off Preventive Maintenance book on each machine. It is necessary that the operators stay at their machine as much as possible while it is running.
Load material / Parts.
Identify the correct bar stock to use and make sure that there is sufficient stock for both you and the following shift. Chamfer both ends of each bar prior to loading in bar loader. Make sure the chuck is clean before loading the next part. Make sure the part is loaded correctly. If the machine is not using a bar loader Operators are responsible for loading and unloading each part as explained by the department manager. Operators must make sure that the chuck is clean of chips before loading each part.
Grind tools, as required.
Special ground tooling may be required for certain jobs. Operators may be responsible for grinding their own tooling per a print or the instructions on the setup sheet.
Perform basic housekeeping duties to maintain a clean work area.
All operators are to maintain a clean and safe work area throughout the day. At the end of your shift, stop and clean your work area.  The last quarter hour of your day should consist of cleaning up your work area.  Cleaning your area includes, but is not limited to: your work bench, the bar feeder, and the machine itself.  Also, any used tooling, tooling holders, caps, or tooling cases should be disposed of or put away after use.
Review and complete routers and line reports.
All paperwork needs to be filled out accurately and handled per current ISO regulations. Make sure routers, line reports, material certifications, and any other paperwork pertaining to your job is filled out properly. Employees are responsible for completion and verification of paperwork and part counts.
Update computer database.
The MRP system (Job Boss) is the company’s method of tracking production progress and quoting new jobs based on the times and efficiencies entered by each operator. It is very important that every operator is logging in and out of Job Boss on a daily basis and accurately accounting for the good parts produced as well as any scrap run while logged in on production.
Comply with all related safety regulations and policies. Advise supervisor of potential hazards.
All operators are to use any necessary PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) in required areas. It is also the operator’s responsibility to notify the lead or supervisor if there are any potential hazards on the shop floor. Comply with all company policies, procedures, guidelines and work instructions related to safety, operations or employment. Know and Understand the policies in the handbook.
May occasionally perform set-up responsibilities.
An operator may be asked to assist in set-up related tasks. Try to learn as much as possible and use this as an opportunity to learn something new.
Other duties and projects as assigned.
You may be called upon to perform a task that is outside your daily scope of duties. Use this as an opportunity to show that you are versatile and a team player within the company.
Quality of product.
Operators are required to check the parts they are running to the customer supplied print. Also operators are required to and must fill out completely the inspection report 3 times a shift as well as checking the parts for the required frequency as stated on the inspection sheet.
Awareness of Prevention, Detection & Removal of Foreign Objects (FOD).
  –     Prevent introduction of foreign objects into an item. (Debris is defined as residual materials left by the       manufacturing, storage/handling and shipping processes (i.e., metal chips, shavings, tooling remnants, dirt, oils films, etc.) as well as contamination introduced from another source, including personal items such as food and beverage). Certain parts by nature of their design have blind areas or internal passageways where foreign particles could be trapped. Parts are to be free of burrs, sharp edges (unless specified by drawing) and foreign debris.

Qualifications/Job Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent required. Additional training or education is a plus.
  • Shop math skills: geometry and algebra.
  • Ability to use all types of measuring devices (micrometers, calipers, etc.).
  • Basic computer skills: data entry.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of materials and how they cut.
  • Demonstrated attention to detail.
  • Problem solving and troubleshooting skills.
  • Ability to read blueprints.
  • Moderate level of basic machining or Lathe machining experience.
  • Work involves significant standing.
  • Work is performed in a clean, climate-controlled environment.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.
JOB TITLE:                 Milling Machine Operator Job Description  

REPORTS TO:            Plant Manager

 
DIRECT REPORTS:  Mill Manager Rev: April 2019

Purpose To operate Milling machine and produce quality milled parts.
Key Responsibilities
Hand deburr parts; visually inspect.
Visually inspect parts for damage, burrs, and other cosmetic defects. Parts should be coming off of the machine with minimal hand working necessary.  Monitor tool wear and identify when tools need to be changed based on how the part looks.
Perform tool changes.
After performing a tool change, visually verify that it was done properly prior to running a full cycle. Make sure coolant lines are hitting all  Verify that the tool is cutting properly (i.e. – verify slots, hole depth, etc.) prior to running the following operation to avoid destruction of subsequent tooling.  Tooling needs to be changed in a timely manner and as often as needed.
Maintain machine.
Operators are ultimately responsible for maintaining lube and coolant oil level, pulling chips at the end of every shift, and making sure that your vices are cleaned of any chips at the end of every shift. It is also necessary to perform daily maintenance and sign off Preventive Maintenance book on each machine. It is necessary that the operators stay at their machine as much as possible while it is running.
Load Parts.
Identify the correct stock to use and make sure that there is sufficient stock for both you and the following shift. Make sure the vice is clean before loading the next part. Make sure the part is loaded correctly.
Grind tools, as required.
Special ground tooling may be required for certain jobs. Operators may be responsible for grinding their own tooling per a print or the instructions on the setup sheet.
Perform basic housekeeping duties to maintain a clean work area.
All operators are to maintain a clean and safe work area throughout the day. At the end of your shift, stop and clean your work area.  The last quarter hour of your day should consist of cleaning up your work area.  Cleaning your area includes, but is not limited to: your work bench and the machine itself.  Also, any used tooling, tooling holders, caps, or tooling cases should be disposed of or put away after use.
Review and complete routers and line reports.
All paperwork needs to be filled out accurately and handled per current ISO regulations. Make sure routers, line reports, material certifications, and any other paperwork pertaining to your job is filled out properly. Employees are responsible for completion and verification of paperwork and part counts.
Update computer database.
The MRP system (Job Boss) is the company’s method of tracking production progress and quoting new jobs based on the times and efficiencies entered by each operator. It is very important that every operator is logging in and out of Job Boss on a daily basis and accurately accounting for the good parts produced as well as any scrap run while logged in on production.
Comply with all related safety regulations and policies. Advise supervisor of potential hazards.
All operators are to use any necessary PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) in required areas. It is also the operator’s responsibility to notify the lead or supervisor if there are any potential hazards on the shop floor. Comply with all company policies, procedures, guidelines and work instructions related to safety, operations or employment. Know and Understand the policies in the handbook.
May occasionally perform set-up responsibilities.
An operator may be asked to assist in set-up related tasks. Try to learn as much as possible and use this as an opportunity to learn something new.
Other duties and projects as assigned.
You may be called upon to perform a task that is outside your daily scope of duties. Use this as an opportunity to show that you are versatile and a team player within the department.
Quality of product.
Operators are required to check the parts they are running to the customer supplied print. Also operators are required to and must fill out completely the inspection report 3 times a shift as well as checking the parts for the required frequency as stated on the inspection sheet.
Awareness of Prevention, Detection & Removal of Foreign Objects (FOD).
Prevent introduction of foreign objects into an item. (Debris is defined as residual materials left by the manufacturing, storage/handling and shipping processes (i.e., metal chips, shavings, tooling remnants, dirt, oils films, etc.) as well as contamination introduced from another source, including personal items such as food and beverage). Certain parts by nature of their design have blind areas or internal passageways where foreign particles could be trapped. Parts are to be free of burrs, sharp edges (unless specified by drawing) and foreign debris.

Qualifications/Job Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent required. Additional training or education is a plus.
  • Shop math skills: geometry and algebra.
  • Ability to use all types of measuring devices (micrometers, calipers, etc.).
  • Basic computer skills: data entry.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of materials and how they cut.
  • Demonstrated attention to detail.
  • Problem solving and troubleshooting skills.
  • Ability to read blueprints.
  • Moderate level of basic machining or Milling machining experience.
  • Work involves significant standing.
  • Work is performed in a clean, climate-controlled environment.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.