AbelConn, a Celestica Company CNC Machinist 1st or 2nd shift in Maple Grove, Minnesota
AbelConn, a Celestica company, is a global Center of Excellence for the Aerospace, Defense, ITAR, Licensing and HealthTech industries. Our business is growing and we recently moved into a new state-of-the-art facility located in Maple Grove, MN that offers world-class manufacturing, engineering, and product lifecycle services. AbelConn currently has a CNC Machinist position available on 1st or 2nd shift. The CNC Machinist is responsible for the effective set-up, operation and trouble shooting of new and existing parts and production lots, as well as successfully detecting malfunctions in machine operations. This position is responsible for operating computer numerical control (CNC) machines to produce quality parts in accordance with detailed engineering drawings to very tight tolerances. Will work with CNC machining centers, CNC multi-spindle drilling machines and other manual drilling machines, single spindle mills, press brakes, and measuring equipment. May edit programs for CNC equipment and interpret geometric tolerances on drawings in order to manufacture parts to specifications. Follows all established company policies, rules and regulations, ISO procedures and work instructions. Works from CAD drawings, sketches and verbal instructions to interpret, plan and lay out own work. Will set up, load parts and operate multiple types of machining equipment in a safe manner, in order to produce Quality parts on a timely basis to very close tolerances. Interpret existing CNC programs and edit if necessary in order to set up and operate CNC machines. Reviews sequences of machining operations, speeds, feeds and continually offers input in regards to improving the methods of production. Participates in the design and machining of special tooling or fixtures required to manufacture piece parts. Input of CNC programs for new parts, utilizing knowledge of numerical control machine operation. Calculates and codes machine controlling criteria, such as axis movement, type and size of cutting and drilling tools, spindle location, machining start. Monitors and changes tools as required. De-burring parts as required to meet quality requirements. Detects equipment malfunctions or out of tolerance machining and adjusts machine, within capabilities, controls media as required to insure quality of production. Uses coordinate measuring machines (both Manual and an automated vision system) and hand measuring tools to perform quality inspections. Does a first piece inspection and paperwork of own work, along with monitoring quality parameters on machined parts in-process using inspection sheets. Performs dimensional inspection of products as required for conformance to quality requirements. Communicates with supervisor, engineers, quality and other personnel for priority of assignments and to resolve machining or quality issues. Keeps all equipment and work area being used clean and organized. Reports any unsafe equipment or conditions to supervisor immediately. Exercises care in the use of all company equipment. Supports the activities required for implementing and maintain the company s strategic objectives along with continuous improvement or cost reduction activities. Must be able to work with minimum supervision and gives no work direction to others. Assists co-workers when necessary to meet work unit goals. May be required to train other employees and assist in orientation of new employees. Performs other duties as required and may be utilized in other areas and departments of manufacturing as workload may dictate. AbelConn Electronics is ISO 9001, ISO 13485, AS 9100 registered, Nadcap Accredited, NASA-STD-8739 and all job duties are to be performed to support the business in meeting all requirements and documented instructions.