Machinist in Eighty Four
Eighty Four, Pennsylvania
Christine Stiffy, Spherion
The Machine Operator is required to check work against
the requirements of the drawings and to follow the inspection instructions
outlined in the work instructions.
Participates in and contributes to the manufacture of quality
Fabricates basic parts from drawings.
Sets up manual lathes, manual drill presses, shearing
machines and sanders.
THE ABSENCE OF MACHINE MECHANIC:
Sets machines for operation according to production
Assures proper lubrication of all parts of the machines.
Conducts daily inspection of all machined parts.
Requires reading, writing and simple math skills with the ability to follow instructions precisely. Requires the ability to read calipers, micrometers and other various precision measuring instruments. Also requires the strength and dexterity to manipulate small instruments and small hand tools and visually observe prescribed results of work. Further requires ability to operate machines such as punch press, lathe, drills, mills, etc. Requires high school diploma or GED and 1-2 years of related experience or an equivalent combination of training and experience.