Machine Operators Needed/Weekend Work

Job Description CNC Machine Operators/Weekend WorkLocated in Fremont, Indiana$14.
50 per hour3 month assignment2:
15PM option to work 12 hours 2:
45AM Requirements CNC Machinist Perform duties to set up, adjust and operate equipment to efficiently produce precision machined parts.
1 year CNC machining experience.
Operate machine to produce parts.
Able to setup machine for change over.
Refer to specifications to determine frequency and method of product inspections.
Refer to process sheet book for product specification details and use of gages.
Make mechanical adjustments as needed to keep parts within specifications.
Complete SPC charts.
Operate equipment to install springs, dampers, baffles into assembled module.
Must be able to move independently throughout the facility, standing, walking, bending, lifting up to 13 pounds.
Manual dexterity, hand/eye coordination.
Visual acuity a necessity to determine flaws or imperfections in product.
Please apply with resume.
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