DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Understand all functions of machinery Determines materials needed from BOM Read blue prints and BOM’s to determine tolerances and check parts against prints to ensure quality of parts being cut. Based on appearance and quality of parts being produced, makes appropriate adjustments. Use basic hand tools such as grinders, drills, clamps, saws, etc. Use basic measuring tools to measure parts and/or components to check/verify parts/components meet print and tolerance specifications. Conduct tooling setup, calibration, and offsetting to achieve required performance and quality Load, unload, and accurately fixture multiple types of part Adjust cut depths to optimize tool life and cut quality Setup & operate based upon input provided by CNC routing programmer and determine changes in program as required during the prove out phase of operation Identify opportunities to streamline cut routines and communicate these opportunities to CNC routing programmer Conduct basic troubleshooting of cut quality and performance Performs operator preventative maintenance. Use knowledge of machine and its characteristics to communicate problems with equipment and assist maintenance personnel in maintaining and trouble shooting Must be able to use overhead crane Adhere to all safety rules and perform work at a quality level consistent with Wabash National Corporation standards. May be required to perform other duties as required by Supervisor. Supervised by coordinator or manager QUALIFICATIONS Must have bo th written and verbal communication skills Must be able to use various measuring tools/devices Must be able to read engineering prints and cut sheets Must be able to read CNC router language (G and M code) and advance or repeat sections of code if necessary High School degree or G.E.D. equivalent is required for this position Knowledge of and at least 1 year of experience in CNC machining (3-axis) preferred.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS Requires minimum of 10 hours of standing, bending, squatting, kneeling, pushing, and pulling with a full range of body mechanics. Regularly required to lift up to 35 pounds. Frequently required to lift up to 50 pounds. Must be able to work in an environment requiring use of ladder or stairs, climbing on & under trailers, and working on platforms. Must have ability to operate a variety of power tools, hand tools, and manufacturing equipment and utilize appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).
WORKING CONDITIONS AND ENVIRONMENT
The work environment includes exposure to high decibels, temperature and weather variations, metal welding processes, and chemicals, which may include solvents, undercoating, paint, and caulking.
*The above job description is a broadly based description and is not intended to contain the specifics of a particular job. Detailed description of an associate’s duties will be obtained when specific evaluation of an associate’s job is needed. This description is not a contract for employment. It does not include all aspects of the position such as potential duties assigned by supervisors with the requirement for flexibility in helping others for the company’s overall benefit.