NOR CNC Programmer

Essential Responsibilities:

In the role of CNC Programmer, you will:

  • Perform CNC programming utilizing Unigraphics and Predator software
  • Develop tooling solutions, as needed, both machining tools and fixturing
  • Be involved in solving manufacturing and quality issues utilizing root cause and analysis tools and implementing correct actions
  • Assist with machining operator training initiatives and programs
  • Assist with troubleshooting and debugging CNC machining equipment, communicate problems and develop solutions to fix and improve the process
  • Contribute new ideas and positive support to the current process by implementing safety, quality, and productivity actions in order to improve the process
  • Optimize CNC programs for cycle time reductions
  • Associate's Degree from an accredited college or university (OR High School Diploma / GED with a minimum 4 years of CNC manufacturing experience)
  • Minimum 4 years of CNC manufacturing experience, including setup and operation
  • This role is restricted to U. S. persons (i. e., U. S. citizens, permanent residents, and other protected individuals under the Immigration and Naturalization Act, 8 U. S. C. 1324b(a)(3)) due to access to export-controlled technology. GE will require proof of status prior to employment
  • Ability to read and understand CNC machine code (M and G code programming)
    Desired Characteristics:
  • Ability to write CNC machine code and utilize CAM software and solid modeling
  • Demonstrated proficiency interpreting engineering drawings (machining and assembly) including geometrical tolerancing and metrology skills
  • Technical writing ability in the area of methods and written instructions in the programs
  • Knowledge in CNC machines with Haas and Fanuc controls
  • Proficiency in MS Office tools, specifically Excel (including macros)
  • Ability to work independently and as a contributing team player
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal and leadership skills

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