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Manufacturing Partners Inc CNC Machine Operator 1 in Becker, Minnesota

MPI manufactures complex CNC machine parts and assemblies in high-volume for the firearms and military munitions industries. We are seeking individuals who meet our Core Values of Lack of Ego, Sense of Humor, Growth Oriented/Play to Win, and Humanity. If this sounds like you, and you have a strong mechanical aptitude, we can train. Shifts and hours are: 1st Shift, M-F 6am - 2:30pm 2nd Shift, M-F 2pm - 10:30pm 3rd Shift, Sun - Th, 10pm - 6:30am Wages shown are base rates. We have a 7% shift differential for 2nd shift, and 15% shift differential for 3rd shift. Machine Operators maintain average set ups on the CNC machines, have a good working knowledge of the machine tool, are required to make necessary offsets to keep parts in print tolerances, provide tool changes and in process inspection of daily production parts. Essential Functions of the Job: Shall be able to perform basic blue print reading. Shall be able to use common inspection equipment: Read a micrometer, dial vernier caliper, plug gages, test indicators, depth mics, etc. Maintain efficiency levels on assigned machines per determined goals. Maintain a high level of quality. Maintain an attendance and tardiness record within set limits of company policy. Ability to perform inspection activities and filling out the Quality Characteristic Control Report with minimal mistakes. Maintain a clean and orderly work area over the duration of your shift. Demonstrate a concern for company equipment and the proper use of it. Ability to follow all routine machine procedures. Knowledge of all MPI policies and procedures as explained in the company handbook. Ability to sign tools out of the Matrix cabinet. Acquire the permissions on the CNC machine authorization for tool offsets. Ability to maintain average set ups or seek assistance to keep machines running. Understand the use of fixtures and fixture gaging. Understand the concept of machine offsets. Own necessary hand tools to perform daily tasks not provided by the company. Shall be knowledgeable with the use of the MDI program and or Laser Touch off programs. To complete the machine preventative daily maintenance. (5S) Deburr parts per the work instructions as required. Prevent part damage through proper material handling techniques. Be at your machine, ready to work when the shift buzzer sounds. Notify the shift lead person immediately if quality problems or machine issues arise. Empty chips as necessary during the shift and immediately before the end of the shift. Perform other tasks assigned by the shift lead person. Follow good safety habits and the company s safety guidelines Non-Essential Functions of the Job: One year minimum experience on similar machines or 200 hours of machine shop schooling or 12 months minimum MPI shop experience prior to level II consideration. Assist in other areas of the facility as needed.