Precision Machinist

Location: Lewiston, ME

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

Established in 1929, Elmet Technologies is a US owned and operated fully integrated manufacturer of the refractory metals molybdenum, tungsten, and their alloys.  Fully integrated means that our operations start with the production of metal powder which is processed through to fully dense mill products like plate, sheet, rod and wire.  These mill products feed our precision machining and fabrication operations to produce customer and application specific components.  This level of integration allows Elmet to tailor material properties to application-specific requirements, with a high level of consistency and quality control.  Elmet services the semiconductor, aerospace, defense, flat panel display, medical, high temperature furnace, and other markets. Elmet is ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and AS9100 certified. For more information about Elmet, please visit us online at www.elmettechnologies.com.                                                                 

General Description:   Operator sets up and operates equipment required to produce and maintain tools, fixtures and parts in accordance with specifications.

Essential Job Functions:*

  • Obtains material, supplies and specifications necessary to meet job requirements.
  • Verifies that starting materials and supplies are dimensionally correct.
  • Sets up and operates equipment in conformance with specifications with no supervision.
  • Performs in-process inspection of his/her work using applicable measuring devices
  • Completes required inspection documents and production reports
  • Delivers completed products to the next operation
  • Learns to set up and operate new equipment
  • Assists others in set up and operation procedures
  • May clean and lubricate machines, tools, and equipment in order to remove grease, rust, stains, and foreign matter
  • Keeps work area neat and orderly
  • Follows all company safety policies and procedures and reports all accidents, hazards and equipment problems
  • Performs other duties as required

Skills/Experience/Training Required:

  • Knowledge of and ability to perform basic math functions
  • Ability to use basic hand measuring tools
  • Must have a clear understanding of customer prints and drawings 
  • Basic computer proficiency, including documentation data entry and report generation
  • Good oral and written communication skills

Working Conditions/Physical Demands:

  • Must be able to lift and maneuver up to fifty (50) pound.
  • Routinely operates/uses equipment, machines, and tools requiring hand-eye coordination and finger dexterity
  • Routinely communicates face-to-face
  • Routinely performs duties in production floor environment
  • Must be able to reach overhead and below the knees including bending, twisting, pulling and stopping
  • Must be able to stand, sit or walk for extended periods of time or for an entire work shift
  • Must be able to wear protective gear

Education Requirements:

  • Certified Technical School Graduate or equivalent combination of education and experience

Benefits:

A full slate of benefits is provided: Medical, Dental, Vision, Short & Long term Disability; Life Insurance; 401k with company match, Vacations and Holidays.

 

How to apply: by Email, Apply Online

               Email: hr@elmettech.com

 

Elmet Technologies is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/V/D

 

 

 

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