Level III Machinist

Job Overview
Job Order:JO00018231
Date Posted:Jun 18
Category:7 - Skilled Trades
Metro Area:

Looking for a Level III Machinist for our client located in the Milford, MI area for a 3 month to direct position.

Business Development (cost estimating):

  • Establish break-down of machining operations from Customer finished drawing
  • Establish tool lists; delineate between standard / perishable and special tool requirements.
  • Estimate cycle times for machining operations.
  • Perform planning of job to complete job package by establishing tooling, workholding, and gage lists; coordinate the development of in-process gages with Quality Engineers.

New Product Introduction:

  • Coordinate the development of Control Plans with Quality Engineers
  • Line up drafting activity for the development of process drawings based on Control Plans
  • Grinding: set up, program, and operate internal and external grinding machines according to specifications. Mount and dress wheels, set machine controls to specified speed and feed rate, and angle of wheel.
  • Lathes: set up, program, and operate CNC lathe machines to perform machine operations such as turning, facing, and threading parts such as castings, forgings, and bar stock.
  • Milling: set up, operate, and program CNC milling machines to mill surfaces of workpiece according to specifications and tooling instructions.
  • Automation: Set up, operate and program robot.
  • Measure workpiece for conformance to specifications using measuring instruments such as micrometers, calipers, dial indicators and gages.
  • May design fixtures, tooling, and experimental parts to meet special engineering needs.
  • Validate production set up and facilitate first piece inspections of finished product.

Problem Solving:

  • Develop corrective actions for identified issues as they arise in production. Work with Quality Engineers and Manufacturing Engineers as they investigate and identify the root cause of concerns.
  • Start, observe and listen to machine operation to detect malfunction such as work or damaged cutting tools and to adjust machine controls or control media as necessary.
  • Change preset cutting tooling in posts, turret, indexer, or automatic tool change magazine according to specifications or process sheet. Change location of workpiece during machining process as specified in set up instructions.
  • Oversee the chemical balance, maintenance and disposal of fluids including cutting solutions, solvents and lubricants. Conduct routine training on the proper utilization and environmental concerns of fluid maintenance and disposal.

Education and Experience

  • Possession of a high school diploma or successful completion of the General Educational Development Test is desired.
  • Six months to one year relevant machining experience is required.
  • Prior experience in a CNC manufacturing facility is desired.
  • Ability to program with G & M codes is required.
  • Ability to read and interpret basic blue prints.

If you are a high performer and would like to work for an equally high performing company and you think the above opportunity is appropriate for you, we invite you to submit your resume in Microsoft Word format to

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