CNC Machinist

CNC Machinists are responsible for producing and preparing parts for operation from metal, plastic, or other materials, as well as building state of the art tooling to support product manufacturing and assembling advanced test equipment used for product calibration and reliability assurance.

Why Apply?

Continue or begin your career as a CNC machinist for the prototype automotive industry. CAM programming training is available in this position.


  • Making and/or recommending adjustments to regulate part configuration both manually and through machine controls.
  • Performing setup and operation of computer numerically controlled (CNC) machining center on a large variety of material.
  • Interpret drawings, specifications, process sheets, tape readouts and shop orders to plan and check work.
  • Obtaining the proper set of tools from tool crib, selecting holders, and mounting, securing, and checking tools for accuracy.
  • Interpreting drawings, route sheets, diagrams, specifications, and instructions to determine proper operation sequences.
  • Making necessary calculations for tool depth and tool compensation adjustments.
  • Locating zero point, indicating work to ensure parallelism, repositioning material to obtain zero points on X and Y axis, and maintaining proper distance between parts in relationship to tape control requirements.
  • Collecting and input SPC data which involves the use of comparator, CMM, Trimos, gauges and related test instruments.
  • Performing necessary side operations during machine cycle time as required (i.e., deburring).


  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • 5+ years of knowledge of CNC milling machining centers.
  • Ability to use machine tools such as lathes, mills, shapers, or grinders.
  • Should be able to identify non-conforming parts using precision measuring instruments.
  • Ability to set up CNC Equipment and align parts in appropriate work holdings.
  • Ability to set tooling and apply offsets.
  • Ability to calculate surface footage to machine components using tooling and material data.
  • Knowledge of CNC Machine editing, setup, and operation.
  • Must read and understand layouts, job packets and blueprints for the parts being run, including Geometric Tolerancing.
  • Pre-employment drug screening.
  • Pre-employment background screening.

Pay and Benefits:

  • $22-$28 per hour, depending on experience.
  • Overtime availability.
  • Health, vision, and dental insurance.

Work Environment:

Large bridge mills, long run prototype environment.

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