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CNC Programmer/Set Up 2nd Shift

Cleveland Track Material is a subsidiary of the Vossloh Group, a global leader in rail infrastructure. CTM joined Vossloh in 2007 and complements their existing capabilities as a high-quality manufacturer of track work for Class I heavy haul freight railroads, transit systems and industrial railroads.

We offer multiple shifts, shift differential pay for 2nd and 3rd Shift, overtime pay after 40 hours, paid training, paid vacation, top notch health care, Company sponsored uniforms, boot and safety glasses reimbursements.

Cleveland Track Material is looking to pay top CNC performers top $.  

 We are looking for CNC Programmers with the expertise and professionalism to perform exceptionally well and with minimal guidance in any given manufacturing situation. You must also be an excellent communicator with the interpersonal skills to interact effectively with everyone from customers and top-level supervisors/managers to engineers and machinists. You will write and program machine sequences for a variety of CNC machines and give them a test run after programming. You will also be required to operate the machines in a production setting during periods when you have no programming duties

Duties of the CNC Set Up Person include:

  • Ability to read and understand blueprints
  • Ability to understand G and M code programs and make changes as appropriate
  • Designing manufacturing processes and CNC programs;
  • Providing engineering support by troubleshooting problems and effecting timely solutions;
  • Monitoring and debugging new methods and procedures;
  • Support programming and manufacturing cost estimates;
  • Reviewing and recommending changes to mechanical drawings and process documentation;
  • Interfacing with other manufacturing areas to address and resolve engineering issues;
  • Providing appropriate level of floor support to operators;
  • Continuously improving manufacturing and operations processes to insure superior product quality.
  • Ability to practice safe work habits
  • Experience with Mazak FH680 helpful but not required
  • Work with a team of others, QC/QA and Engineers to ensure all product meets specifications

Requirements

1.  CNC Horizontal/Vertical Mill experience

2. Dependable

Why Work for Vossloh?

  1. CIGNA Health network, low deductible health plan
  2. Retirement...Up to 4% match of your GROSS salary. Vested immediately!
  3. Great vacation benefits.
  4. Dental, Life, Vision benefits for all employees
  5. Paid vacation on Day 1!

Vossloh provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Vossloh complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. 

 

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