Precision Machinist in Edgewood, MD at Jobs | Lyneer Staffing

Date Posted: 10/11/2019

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Edgewood, MD
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    10/11/2019

Job Description

Get to know our Client: 


Our Client is a leading manufacturer of high-performance composite products for the aerospace and defense, marine, rail, and recreation industries. Our Client is looking for a CNC Operator​ to join their team.


In this role, you Operate metalworking equipment and other related facilities to a machine and form honeycomb materials to specified dimensions and tolerance. Responsible for the finish, quality, packaging, labeling, and any other attributes necessary to ensure that only the highest quality product is delivered to the next worker and to the customer.



Your Day:

  • Manufactures parts to customer specifications with the use of work orders, sketches and process sheets.
  • Documents process steps specified by the Special Process part traveler.
  • Layout and planform parts by using templates and mylars.
  • Layout and rout pockets, chamfers, and undercut within work order tolerance.
  • Proficient with the use of precision measuring tools (micrometers, calipers, depth gauges, height gauges, tapes,
  • scales, and protractors.)
  • Operates saws, expanders, hand routers, slotter, sealers, roll formers, and ovens.
  • Stabilize core in accordance with established procedures.
  • Layout, planform, dry fit, layup and bond per established procedures
  • In the absence of the oven operator, operate the oven per established procedure.
  • Performs routine operator level preventative maintenance, organize, clean, and maintain tools, equipment, product, and supplies to ensure the highest possible standards of cleanliness in accordance with established company procedures and Form B requirements.





Job Requirements

About You:

  • High School diploma or GED.
  • Tools and/or equipment that may be operated including do-all band saws, fly cutter, slotter, ovens, hot melt glue guns, air-powered cutting and sanding hand tools, roll forming presses, calipers and micrometers, tape measure, ruler and protractor.
  • Basic computer skills for application of statistical process control and data entry.
  • Forklift operator's license desirable.
  • One to three years of similar work in a manufacturing environment where hand forming, carving, or hand tool machining of light gauge or delicate materials is required. Exposure to close tolerance work, typically on the order of a few thousandths of an inch and use of calipers or micrometers.

  • They generally have a person work alongside them for 2-3 months based on experience and they have a new full-time trainer starting as well.