Strom Minnesota is currently looking for a CNC Apprentice for our client in Plymouth, MN. We have openings on both 1st and 2nd Shift.
Trains in the operations of the Komo CNC Funuc Controlled Routers based on company certified training programs and close supervision by Department Team Leader and Team Members. The Apprentice Operator takes direction from the Department Team Leader in the machine operations and quality processes for the assigned equipment and jobs.
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:
- Operational Documents and Systems
- The Apprentice Operator continually review the content and application of the Job Traveler, ADA approved Measured Drawings, Cut Sheets, and First Article Inspection Documents under the guidance of the Department Team Leader.
- Machine Set-up and Operation
- The Apprentice Operator works toward possessing skills to set up jobs based on Job Traveler information and dimensional drawing information, including written machine operation procedures. The Apprentice Operator becomes certified in measurement practices and is accountable for accuracy and presentation of First Article Measurements and In Process Measurements for approval by the Team Leader. The Apprentice Operator trains in the safe uses of the department machinery and supporting equipment including all daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance procedures as directed by the Team Leader.
- Material Handling
- The Apprentice Operator is responsible for the safe handling of completed parts and materials including the proper labeling of pallets based on documented procedures
- Employee Reviews
- The Apprentice Operator will be reviewed for progress and performance through out the first year and at the one year anniversary of start date.
- Process Training Certification
- Employee is responsible for certification of processes and procedures as directed by the Team Leader and Department Manager. Employee continually works toward improving and advancing industry related skills.
- Quality Control, Measurements, and Measurement Tools
- Trains in the practices of first article inspection.
- Trains in the practices of “viewed quality” and “in process inspection”.
- Trains in the practice of understanding the content listed on the Job Traveler, Cut Sheet, and Measured Drawings and completes certification in the independent use of these operational documents.
- Becomes certified in the use of digital and dial calipers, protractors, vernier calipers, and tape measures.
- Department Maintenance, Upkeep, & Disposal of Hazardous Materials
- Maintains an ongoing and high standard of cleanliness – ensuring employee safety and creating a positive image for the company.
- Performs and supports a routine, thorough clean up at the end of each shift.
- According to ADA Safety Policies, properly dispose of all hazardous waste materials in a responsible manner.
- Demonstrates proper use and care for all ADA property.
- Company Policies
- Adheres to the guidelines set forth in or by ADA, State, and Federal mandated policies and regulations.
- Immediately report all injuries, serious or minor, to an ADA Representative.
- Effective Communication, Meetings, and Training
- Maintain professional communications with ADA representatives and co-workers.
- Offers insight regarding the operations of the Machining Department with the focus on continuous process improvement.
- Attend scheduled employee meetings and training sessions as required.
- Appearance and Attitude
- Demonstrates and conveys a favorable image of our company in personal appearance.
- Demonstrates a willingness to accept work direction and new responsibilities, as well as new challenges, with a positive attitude.
- Quality and accuracy of work may be assessed via the use of quality control checks, count accuracy, and training progress reporting methods.
- Production timeliness will be assessed by the Team Leader and Department Manager. Progress will be reported on a consistent basis.
- Employee progresses to increased levels of responsibility and expertise.
- Attendance / tardiness will be measured via attendance records and policies.
- High school diploma or GED equivalent
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
- Possession of good math and problem solving skills
- Safety and Hazardous Material training (provided by ADA)