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San Diego, Orange and Imperial Counties

CNC Machinist

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Quality Controlled Manufacturing Inc


Posted On: 4/27/2012




Description

CNC Machinists are directly responsible for providing QCMI with machined parts and assemblies that meets company and customers requirements.

Qualifications

Must have previous experience as a CNC Machinist in a machine shop.Previous experience in conventional machining is a plusMust be proficient at setting up and working unsupervised.Comfortable with Fanuc, Okuma, Haas and other controlsPossesses knowledge of various types of metals including castings & forgings.Understands speeds/feeds used when cutting different materials including exotic alloys.Knowledge of lean manufacturing principals is a plus.Understands geometric tolerance along with being proficient at reading & understanding blueprints. Must be comfortable/competent in making program changes at the machining centers.Familiar with 6Sigma methodologies and principals is a plus.

Should have a general understanding of ISO9001/AS9100 quality systems

Compensation

Depending on experience


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Contact Information

Becky Quinn Phone Number: 619-443-3997 Email: bquinn@qcmfginc.com contact by phone or email
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