Job Summary: Produce machined parts by programming, setting up, and operating a computer numerical control (CNC) machine; maintaining quality and safety standards; keeping records; maintaining equipment and supplies. • Use blueprints, specifications, work orders, orthographic drawings and geometric dimensions and tolerances to plan daily machining. • Manage stock inventory with regular checks and anticipate need with responsive ordering. • Program these elements for mills and lathes: reference points, calibration, conditional switches, tool registers, compensation, offsets, calculation requirements and part programs. • Install and adjust tools, collets, cams, stops, bushings, four-jaw chucks, three-jaw chucks, gears and stock pushers for mill and lathe set-up. • Lift stock to load feeding mechanisms. • Detect and troubleshoot system malfunctions through taking measurements, adjusting controls, reprogramming machines and closely monitoring grooving, drilling and cutting. • Adhere to all company, local, state and federal protocol and safety regulations. • Complete regular preventative maintenance and call for repairs as needed. • Communicate with other shifts and accurately document daily production operations for maintain continuity. • Accomplish company objectives via accepting responsibilities for completing innovative and new requests while also exploring value adding opportunities.