Machine Operator / Heat Treat Operator
Job Code: 9729BR
Primary Location: Mississauga, ON
Job Type: Full Time
Working in a high volume production environment, you will:
- Fabricates component parts.
- Operates and sets-up a variety of machine tool equipment including power mill, lathe, numerically controlled machine tools and other hand and power equipment of similar complexity.
- Reads and interprets blueprints, production diagrams and assembly drawings.
- Makes measurements and shop math calculations relative to tolerances, dimensions, tooling, feed and speed. May inspect fabricated parts.
- Check height, depth and thickness using vernier calipers, gauges, and other precision-measuring instruments.
- May prepare recommendations to modify shop methods or processes, relative to improved productivity and quality.
- May provide numerical control (NC) programming support.
- Operate CNC machines performing various machining processes such as: drilling, boring, milling, reaming, of various materials
- Inspect finished products as required to insure they meet the required dimensions
- Verify equipment and maintain work area including housekeeping, data reporting, tool changes
- Uses pins, calipers, micrometers, other measuring tools and equipment as required
- Participate in Continuous Improvement measures
- Regard Safety as a high priority
- Perform other tasks as required and assigned
You will possess the following qualifications/attributes:
- Knowledge of Fanuc and Okuma controls
- Blueprint reading
- Strong Math skills
- Use of measuring tools
- Experience working in a lean manufacturing environment
- Experience working in a unionized environment
- Computer skills (Microsoft Office)
- Candidates must be able to adapt to 8, 10 or 12 hour shifts and 24/7 shift schedules.
Education and Experience:
- High School diploma or equivalent
- 3+ years of directly related experience
Boart Longyear welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process as per the guidelines of the Accessibilities for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).