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CNC Operator 3rd Shift

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AKEBONO BRAKE CORPORATION DELIVERS THE ESSENCE OF BRAKING®

With more than 85 years of brake design and production expertise, Akebono provides the world’s automotive industry with advanced braking and noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) solutions. The company’s commitment to innovation, process improvement, quality control and customer service has positioned it as a key resource for leading OEMs, Tier I brake suppliers and the automotive aftermarket. Key automotive OEM customers include Audi, Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Isuzu, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Toyota, and Volkswagen.

Job Summary

The CNC Operator is responsible for checking machined parts by CMM and hard gauges. The CNC Operator   reports to the Shift Supervisor.  This position is located West Columbia, South Carolina

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Checks machined parts by CMM and hard gauges.
  • Ability to understand and complete length and radius off-sets and checks.
  • Basic understanding of how to read a blueprint.
  • Working knowledge of the metric system.
  • Ability to troubleshoot / diagnose production issues.
  • Changes cutting tools as necessary and verifies part quality.
  • Presets cutting tools following current Akebono procedures/systems.
  • Performs routine maintenance checks at beginning of shift.
  • Performs cleaning of machines both internal and external.
  • Assists in documenting Montronix alarms, damaged tools, and scrap reporting.
  • Performs general house keeping measures around machining lines.
  • Train’s loaders on proper techniques for loading and unloading machines.
  • Loads and unloads machines on a rotation schedule
  • Complies with all safety policies and procedures.
  • Performs work order entry into the MP2 system.
  • Monitors Production rates and reports at end of shift.
  • Performs all quality checks according to Akebono Quality System. Understands and demonstrates knowledge of quality system – QS/TS database system.
  • Responsible for notifying support groups.

 
Qualifications

  • High School diploma or GED required.
  • Minimum of 6 months experience working in a CNC industrial environment.
  • Must take and pass a WorkKeys assessment test.
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