Grinder / Finisher - $20.00 - $25.00 an hour DOE
Xemplar Workforce Solutions
- Willowbrook, IL
Currently seeking a motivated 2nd Shift CNC ID & OD Grinder / Machinist who will be responsible for the creation of quality precision parts efficiently with the guidance of blueprints and instructions given for using the grinding machines. Most jobs are short runs and the operator will be responsible for set-ups, first piece, and gaging.
Come train and work for a company that believes their employees are their biggest asset, and they want to make sure we continue to create a culture that is engaging, inspiring and rewarding to everyone on the team
Benefits of the CNC ID & OD Grinder / Finisher:
- Starting Wage: $20.00 - $25.00 an hour DOE
- Schedule: Monday – Friday 4:00pm – 12:30am
- This is a “direct-hire” opportunity and not a “temp” or even “contract-to-hire” position.
Responsibilities of the CNC ID & OD Grinder / Finisher position:
- Run various grinding machine on a daily basis, which may include OD, ID, centerless and/or surface grinding
- Set up machines for use on assigned jobs
- Able to read and interpret blue prints, drawings and engineering documents
- Prepare parts for inspection and document your work, as required
- Clean and deburr parts as necessary
- Complete precision jobs with efficiency, accuracy, and consistency
- Ensure compliance with all safety guidelines and procedures that pertain to the position
Qualifications for the CNC ID & OD Grinder / Finisher position include:
- A minimum 1-year experience operating OD, ID, centerless and surface CNC grinding machines.
- Must understand setting up and operating grinding equipment to finish grind one-of-a-kind precision parts.
- Experience with Heald or Parker ID Grinders or Landis or Myford OD Grinders, as well as bore gages, indicators, and comparators is preferred but not required.
- Problem solving skills
- Mechanical aptitude with the various types of tools used in the machining process
- Performs job duties with limited supervision.
Tuesday, December 4, 2018