As a CNC Machinist (Manufacturing Technician) you will set up and operate precision ID and OD grinding machines, multi axis machining centres to manufacture precision quality products. The CNC Machinist is responsible for independent machine setup, first piece validation and exceptional quality. The CNC Machinist will offer technical knowledge and feedback in process planning for new parts by working with the scheduling and engineering teams, and should be able to navigate through the programming of the machine to adjust feeds and speeds to optimize part quality and efficiency.
Read and work from complex part drawings and 3D CAD models
Set up and operate CNC Precision Universal (ID and OD) Grinding Machines in accordance with approved, safe work procedures
Inspect and record part quality utilizing various precision metrology equipment
Complete work orders and associated documents utilizing Microsoft applications
Contribute to the continuous improvement of the operations through LEAN principles
Determine root cause analysis/troubleshoot and problem solve errors with quality
Create, troubleshoot and optimize CNC programs and processes
Create and implement new work processes/procedures for existing and new machines to drive productivity improvements
Provide leadership, support, mentoring and training to other team members. Provide instructions and delegate tasks as required
College diploma or completion of certified apprenticeship program an asset
6 years + of CNC Machining experience required
Previous work experience using hand tools and measuring tools
Inspection experience; CMM operation an asset
Previous work experience with: Turning, Milling, Grinding machining centres
Demonstrated ability to consistently maintain high productivity levels
Experience with reading and understanding GD&T symbols for parts made, and manufacturing any part designed in manufacturing
Ability to interpret and read complex CAD drawings and navigate through CAD models to obtain necessary information and detect errors
Capable of solving math and geometry problems presented at machines
Strong team player with excellent verbal and written communication skills
Solid understanding of proper Health and Safety workplace practices
Ability to lead and provide guidance to other team members
Experience utilizing Microsoft applications
Must be able to lift a minimum of 20lbs independently
Additional Salary Information: OT, Shift Premiums, Benefits, Pension and RRSP Match
Internal Number: 13828
About Husky Injection Molding Systems
Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd. is a leading supplier of injection molding equipment and services to the plastics industry. We design, manufacture and integrate the industry’s most comprehensive range of injection molding equipment, including machines, molds, hot runners, auxiliaries and integrated systems. Our value-added services include preform development, factory planning, customer training, systems integration and complete asset management.
With one of the broadest product lines in the industry, our equipment is used to produce a wide range of products for the beverage packaging, closures, thinwall packaging, medical, and consumer electronics markets. Husky employs approximately 4,300 people worldwide, including approximately 600 service representatives across 40 service and sales offices globally. Husky supports customers in over 140 countries, and our main manufacturing facilities are located in Canada, United States, Luxembourg, Switzerland, China, India and Czech Republic.
Husky is a company with a strong foundation built on innovation, close customer relationships, a strong sense of community and a unique culture and values. We are looking for people with the inspiration and talent to develop with us as we pursue our ambitious growth strategy.