Overview

Our client, a leading supplier of automotive components and automation tooling equipment, is looking to add a MANUAL MACHINIST to their growing team to join the DAY SHIFT.

POSITION DETAILS:

  • Hourly start $28.00
  • Full-Time, Permanent
  • Hours of work = Monday to Thursday 7:00 am – 3:30 pm, Friday 7:00 am – 1:00 pm
  • Cambridge, ON
  • Benefits: Comprehensive health and dental, pension plan, course reimbursement program

WHAT YOU WILL DO

  • Produce tooling as per specification on drawings with close tolerances and in a timely manner
  • Regular use of mills, lathes and grinders
  • Machine and fabricate custom parts as per instruction
  • Responsible for the final grinding and finishing of high tolerance punches, dies and knife components for metal forming dies
  • Inspection and certification of components to print specifications
  • Produce custom, one-off high tolerance parts, primarily for metal forming dies
  • Perform scheduled maintenance on machines and tools
  • Interpret blueprint drawings and specifications to determine tooling requirements; set up procedures and machining methods

WHAT YOU WILL NEED

  • Certified machinist license
  • 3 to 5 years of machining experience, especially using mills, lathes and grinders
  • Proficient and accountable to inspect and certify tooling to specification
  • Experience in the set-up of tooling for inspection using gauge blocks, pins, sine plates, indicators, optical comparators
  • Able to routinely produce parts at tight tolerances within 0.0005 of an inch
  • Determine optimum machining sequences and set ups

TO BE INCLUDED WITH YOUR APPLICATION:

Attention to detail is a MUST in this role. If you are interested in this opportunity and have the desire to join a company where you can be part of a growing team, please send your cover letter and resume to giselle@grandriverpersonnel.ca.

IN YOUR COVER LETTER, please indicate why you feel you are a fit for this role. Candidates with cover letters will be given priority screening. 

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Tagged as: Automotive Industry, fabrication, machinist, tooling