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Job Title:                  Operator, CNC Milling

Reports to:               Supervisor, CNC Milling

Department:             CNC Milling

FLSA Status:           Non - Exempt

Date:                          August 2016


Job Summary:

The Operator, CNC Milling is responsible for the set up and operation of 3 Axis vertical and 4 Axis horizontal machines.


Essential Functions:

  • Set up and operate machines
  • Operate CNC milling machinery upholding and adhering to production standards and ISO 9001 regulations and guidelines.
  • Inspect product to print, looking for any flaws and defect of material, including deburring if necessary.
  • Maintain clean and safe work environment.


Minimum Job Requirements:

Education:     One year certificate from college or technical school      

Experience:   Six months to one year training or related experience

Specific Skills:  Ability to interpret and understand verbal and written directions and interact with multiple personality types.

Specialized Knowledge, Licenses, etc:  Ability to read and interpret blue prints.

Mechanically inclined with strong math skills.  Ability to read basic measuring devices, including micrometers and calipers.  Working knowledge of surface footage and feed rates, and experienced in calculating feeds and speeds.


Supervisory Responsibilities:



Working Conditions/ Physical Demands:

Standing for long periods of time, up to 10 hours a day.  Frequent lifting up to 50 lbs. unassisted.

Exposure to coolants, oils, tapping fluids, and grinding dust.



Internal:    Daily job related communication and interaction with management and other employees.

External:  There are no external factors for this position.


Success Factors:

Must be able to perform the minimum personal gauging requirements by department.


The specific statements shown in each section of this description are not intended to be all-inclusive.  They represent typical elements and criteria necessary to successfully perform the job.  At the employee’s request, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.