Machine Operators set up tooling and CNC programming of various bending and metal roll forming machinery for the purpose of manufacturing metal building components.
Machine Operators work with many types of metal including but not limited to black and galvanized steel, pre-painted steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
Machine Operators work from verbal instructions or blueprints, or design small jobs themselves. A 40-hour week is normal, but overtime may be required to meet deadlines. Machine Operators will be working in a manufacturing setting. Considerable bending, reaching, and lifting may be required.
Skills and Abilities
The work is most rewarding for people who enjoy developing special skills and putting them to use in a variety of ways.
To be successful, Machine Operators need:
- Previous experience in a machine operator or millwright capacity
- to be in good physical condition
- a mechanical aptitude
- strength, stamina and the use of proper lifting techniques required to handle heavy tools and parts weighing up to 25 kilograms;
- eye-hand coordination, spatial and form perception, good eyesight and manual dexterity
- the ability to visualize a finished product from a drawing
- a good background in practical mathematics, geometry and blueprint reading
- the ability to stand for long periods, do some moderately heavy lifting and carrying in a noisy place
- patience, dependability and accuracy
- the ability to work in a shop environment
- training in the use of overhead cranes and rigging
- computer skills necessary for operation of the control panel
Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. MakLoc cannot confirm if applications have been received, therefore does not accept recruitment calls. Please use the contact form below to apply. NO RECRUITMENT AGENCIES.