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Volkert Precision Technologies, an expert in manufacturing precision metal stampings, is hiring in
We turn coils of thin to medium gauge metals into precise intricate stamped components for the electronic and industrial industries.
Are you looking to leverage your expertise and expand your capabilities? We are looking for individuals who have obtained knowledge and skills to work alongside other experienced tool and die makers on progressive, multi-slide and transfer press operations. Conveniently located in Queens Village, NY (at the border of Queens and Nassau counties), near the all parkways and expressway. Company is accessible to NYC buses, subways and the Long Island Railroad. Free Parking for employees.
Organization: SONO TEK, Milton, NY
TITLE: CNC MACHINIST : SET UP / OPERATOR
REPORTS TO: Director of Precision Manufacturing
With minimal supervision sets up the necessary tools, machines, and programs to fabricate and sometimes modify and repair production parts within tight tolerances. Trains others to use machine shop equipment and inspects their work for accuracy and quality as directed. Provides support for maintaining accurate production documentation. Makes recommended changes to effect improvements in fabrication.
This position qualifies for a potential apprenticeship opportunity. A qualified candidate may be eligible to enter a free on the job, pay as you learn apprenticeship program sponsored by the Department of Labor. Apprentices receive a trade credential upon completion of the program. For additional information visit: www.councilofindustry.org/apprentice-program.
Knowledge and Experience
Knowledge at the level of a machinist in training, with moderate milling, turning and grinding experience is necessary to perform this work successfully. Normally a four year apprenticeship program in Machining would be the minimum training for this job. Also, 3 years of diverse industrial machine shop work would be desired. Some other combination of training, experience and ability may provide an acceptable equivalent to the above.