Randstad CNC Machinist in City Of Industry, California

CNC Machinist

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job details:

  • location:City Of Industry, CA

  • salary:$13 - $18 per hour

  • date posted:Tuesday, August 8, 2017

  • job type:Temp to Perm

  • reference:S_556737

  • questions:clay.dungfelder@randstadusa.com626-918-4600

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Produces machined parts by programming, setting up, and operating a computer numerical control (CNC) machine; forming and polishing metals; maintaining quality and safety standards;

Working hours: M-F 1st Shift


--Must be able to perform own set-ups on conventional mills & lathes, programmable

mills is a BIG plus

--Must be able to recognize different materials grades and types easily

--Be able to run various types of chop saws to pre-cut blanks prior to machining

--Must be able to use common shop precision measuring equipment

--Must be able to read, interpret, and work from engineering prints, drawings, and sketches

--Must be able perform own first article inspection on parts machined

--Maintains clean and organized work space at all times

--Flexible, courteous, friendly and positive approach with professionalism at all times

--Selected candidate must have own tools, steel toed shoes

--Must be able to lift 50 pounds with minimum effort

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