Job Location: Tempe, Arizona

2ND SHIFT: 2:15PM – 10:45PM

Hand finishing production and prototype parts by removing burrs, creating desired textures, and cleaning per the job requirements. Assist with general shop floor help, job prep by saw cutting materials and staging, operating numerical control machining centers.

Essential Functions:

Hand Finishing
• Files, sands, or shapes machined parts, using hand tools and power tools.
• Cleans machined parts, using degreasing tank or solvent and rags.
• Assists with machining technique to improve part quality and reduce overall labor costs.
• Suggests different finish techniques to engineering to improve part quality.
• Work towards our goals of 100% On-Time Delivery and 100% Quality.

Machine Operation
• Communicates with co-workers and supervisor to receive instructions and coordinate general work activities.
• Lifts work piece manually and secures work piece in fixture.
• Starts machine, engages feed, and observes operation.
• Inspects and measures machined work pieces to verify conformance to specifications, using instruments, such as preset comparator, fixed gauges, calipers, micrometer, or microscope.
• (May) Add coolant to machine reservoir.
• (May) Perform machine maintenance.

Other
• Assemble mechanical assemblies to support our product line.
• Fill out discrepant material tags properly including notification of defects to supervisor.
• Verify final paperwork is complete and ready to be submitted to supervisor
• Performs other duties as assigned or as needed to better the department or company.
• Clean up of work area, and other areas of the facility as asked adhering to 5S principles.
• May be asked to assist in other shop functions under direct supervision of the shop team lead.

Competencies:

1. Time Management
2. Problem Solving
3. Organized
4. Collaboration Skills
5. Communication Proficiency

Physical Demands:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, push pull, reach overhead and bend to the floor. Visual acuity is required for part inspection and reading dial gauges, blueprints, instruction sheets and precision measuring instruments. Ability to monitor machine sounds to identify and diagnose changes in order to take appropriate action. Will occasionally exert 50 lbs. of force, frequently exert 25 lbs. of force and constantly exert 10 lbs. of force in order to move or relocate objects. Will work in a machine shop environment that has high noise levels, physical hazards from moving equipment and machine parts and fumes, dust and mist as well as oils and cutting fluid.

Education and Experience:

3 to 5 years trade school, vocational education, verifiable work experience or apprenticeship

Equal Opportunity Employer–minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity