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CNC Machinist
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Locations
Cheektowaga, NY, USA • New York, NY, USA
Experience Level
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Requirements
  • Successful completion of a Vocational ffechnical Training program which includes the operation of CNC equipment, measuring tool training and tooling applications. (An additional 2 years of CNC machine tool experience may be substituted for this at the discretion of the machine shop Manager)
  • High School Degree or completion of equivalency program
  • Three (3) years experience in diversified machining operations which focus on CNC machine tool operation and programming. This experience must have occurred within the 5 years prior to bidding on or applying for this position
  • Knowledge of machining technology, mechanical principles, shop mathematics, job layout, precision measuring procedures, machine set ups, operating methods and machining characteristics
  • Requires passing a written Ml classification test with a score equal to 85 percent or above
Responsibilities
  • Perform work requiring a thorough knowledge of current practices, methods, techniques, principles of operation of various types of equipment, machines, tools, fixtures and instruments
  • Receives instructions, and performs all required machining operations interpreting drawings, routings, specifications and other issued documentation as necessary to machine components and units to ensure compliance to all indicated tolerances. Instructions may also be provided through checklists, drawings, routings, and procedures
  • Determines, obtains and properly utilizes fixtures, jigs, tooling, clamps, blocks, parallels and other items necessary to perform undocumented set-ups. Follows documented set up instructions to locate and secure workpiece for machining
  • Loads, sets-up, and operates machine tools to produce work to specified finishes and tolerances, utilizing knowledge of proper set-up techniques speeds and feeds
  • Determines applicable CNC program for part being machined. Enters program into CNC control. Sets tool and or work offsets. Performs various calculations to determine locations, speed, feed, and other data requiring the use of formulas derived from handbooks, tooling charts, etc
  • When not specified, adjusts machine feeds and speeds to achieve most efficient machining
  • Program parts utilizing canned program cycles, conversational programming routines and manual programs
  • Confirms all material used is correct (quality, quantity, type, size) prior to the start work
  • Each person is responsible for verifying the quality of work through inspection and checking to insure that all their work meet specifications
  • Performs layouts as required to ensure proper machining
  • Transfers/records heat numbers to machined components and or documentation to ensure material traceability is maintained
  • Obtain materials, fixtures, cutting and hand tools necessary to perform assigned duties. Rig and operate forklift truck, handcart, etc. to handle, move, and position materials, tooling, tools and/or fixtures within or between departments
  • Notify supervisor of shortages in work-center supplies
  • Notify supervisor immediately of any machine malfunction, quality problem, raw material problem, or problem with completed work or work in process
  • Utilize electronic data system obtain required information and perform required transaction. Overtime and all work assignments will be at the discretion of the supervisor
  • Assists and/or trains new employees in job classification. Trains other Ml or M2 as directed
  • Maintain good housekeeping and safe environment throughout work area(s), sweep area(s), wipe down, clears debris, arrange product, etc. on a daily basis to assure housekeeping is maintained
  • Perform scheduled and assigned preventative maintenance tasks, including but not limited to, checking and refilling lubrication levels, cleaning machine tools. work surfaces, etc
  • Perform 5s activities
  • Observe all safety and shop rules and notify supervisor of any unsafe conditions
  • Verify all gauges and measuring tools are within proper calibration dates prior to using. Deliver and retrieve gages and measuring tools from calibration collection points
  • Sign off on paperwork (routers, checklists, or other documents) or through computer entry procedure or as directed to indicate operator has inspected work and it conforms to the applicable fabrication requirements (drawings, specs, codes, etc.) and to maintain status of fabrication
  • Wears, cleans and properly maintains all required personal protective equipment (PPE). Participates in personal air and noise sampling when directed
  • Perform daily safety checks on power vehicles and record findings on checkoff sheets
  • Enrichment within this classification is a mandatory requirement. The enrichment process °"rill be at the discretion of management, governed by seniority and the needs of the business
  • Overtime and all work assignments will be at the discretion of the supervisor
  • All new equipment procured by the company will be added to this classification based on its applicability as determined by the company. New machines acquired by the company will be assigned to the appropriate classification upon release to manufacturing
  • Participation in Xylem Watermark volunteer activities
Xylem

10,001+ employees

Innovative water solutions
Company Overview
Xylem helps consumers solve water. The company works to bring clean water, sanitation and hygiene education to schools and communities in emerging markets, and respond with water solutions when disaster strikes around the globe
Benefits
  • Professional Development – To advance the capabilities of our people, we offer a wide variety of experiences to support our employees’ professional growth and continuous learning.
  • Total Rewards – We offer comprehensive programs for compensation, benefits, recognition, learning and development, work-life integration and corporate citizenship.
  • Watermark – Watermark is our corporate social responsibility program working to provide education and access to safe water to ensure healthy lives, gender equality, and resilient communities. Employees have the opportunity to learn and volunteer on various water-related projects.
  • Employee Networks – Our Employee Networks provide a professional, supportive network for employees from diverse backgrounds, including Women’s, LGBT+ and Allies, Veteran’s, People of Color and Allies, Hispanic Origin & Latin Affinity, Emerging Leaders, and Working Parents Networks.
Company Core Values
  • Respect: for each other, for diversity of people and opinions, for the environment
  • Responsibility: for our words and actions, for customer satisfaction, for giving back to our communities
  • Integrity: for acting ethically, for doing what we say we’ll do, for having the courage to communicate with candor
  • Creativity: for thinking beyond boundaries, for anticipating tomorrow’s challenges, for unlocking growth potential