CNC Machinist Niagara Thermal
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Responsible for setting up and operating computer numerically controlled (CNC) machine tools to cut and shape metallic workpieces.
Operate CNC machines used to cut and shape precision workpieces used in the manufacture of heat transfer products from solid blocks of metal.
Read and interpret blueprints and/or job orders to determine product specifications, tooling instructions, and sequence of operations.
Mount, install, align, and secure tools, attachments, fixtures, and workpieces on CNC machines.
Control position of tool and workpiece in relation to each other and set specified feeds, speeds, and depth of cut. Make adjustments as necessary.
Set-up fixture or feeding device, start machine, feed tool to workpiece, and engages feed as directed by CNC Machinist II.
Direct flow of coolant or cutting oil against tool and workpiece.
Visually and audibly observe operation of CNC machine to verify conformance of machined workpiece to blueprint and/or job order specifications and to detect sounds, such as those made by dull cutting tools or excessive vibration. Correct identified production problems as necessary.
Operate various small equipment to complete workpieces.
Use all safety devices/tools to ensure safe operation of CNC machines.
Inspect all finished product to confirm meets blueprint and/or job order specifications.
Complete all required paperwork.
Perform minor machine maintenance as required or directed.
Ensure work area is kept clean and organized at all times.
Knowledge, understanding, and compliance with Niagara Thermal Products (NTP) policies and procedures.
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High school or General Equivalency Diploma (GED) or technical school diploma or equivalent in relevant work experience preferred.
2 years related experience and training required. 5 years of related experience preferred.
Proficient in accurate use of micrometers, calipers, and other measuring tools.
Ability to read and work to set tolerances and work from blueprints.
Ability to set-up and operate CNC Mills. Programming skills preferred.
Mechanically inclined and possess strong degree of attention to detail.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw and apply valid conclusions.
Ability to read, write, and comprehend simple instructions and/or correspondence.
Basic mathematical skills required.
Ability to be cross-trained throughout manufacturing facility.
Ability to work in a team-fostered environment.
Family & Medical Leave
Dependent Care Reimbursement
Section 125 -- Pre-Tax
Short Term Disability
Prescription Drug Program
Medical Care - Employee
Medical Care - Dependents
Employee Assistance Plan
Flexible Spending Plan
Profit-Based Incentive Program
Company History & Background:
Niagara Thermal Products LLC was founded originally in 1982 as Niagara Development and Manufacturing Company. The Company is a leading integrated manufacturer and seller of compact heat exchangers, heat sinks, heat transfer surfaces and complete heat management systems used in a variety of applications, including oil cooling (engine, transmission and hydraulic), air cooling (turbo-charging, inter-cooling and after-cooling), electronic cooling, fuel cooling, condensing and evaporating. Niagara Thermal provides a full range of engineering and manufacturing services from initial concept design to aftermarket product support, guaranteeing customers an optimized thermal solution and a high level of responsiveness throughout the entire process.
Niagara's continuous investment in and commitment to flexibility in its engineering and manufacturing processes has given the Company a breadth of market coverage that is unique among its industry peers. The Company's depth of experience in customization is further complemented by its low to medium volume repetitive-build manufacturing process, developed to maximize production flexibility. The Company has built an outstanding reputation around its willingness to tackle the most complex thermal exchange challenges and to provide highly engineered, lower-cost, and time-efficient responses.
The Company sells to diverse markets including defense, aerospace, marine, electronics and telecommunications, automotive, industrial and fuel cell and power generation. Because of the Company's diversification into multiple market channels, Niagara is insulated against cyclical fluctuations associated with any one market segment. The company's customer base includes many industry leading and well regarded firms including General Dynamics, Raytheon, BAE/United Defense, L3 Communications, Hawker Beechcraft, Teledyne Continental, Hamilton Sundstrand, Cummins Engine and Detroit Diesel.
Among the programs for which the Company has provided heat exchangers and heat transfer systems are the Abrams M1 tank, the Bradley fighting vehicle, the Stryker personnel carrier, the Air Warrior program, various piston-driven aircraft engines and envrionmental control systems for most current generation jet aircraft. Niagara Thermal's products are used to cool a wide range of electronics chassis and have been incorporated on major telecommunications systems for various companies including Lucent Technologies
Why you might want to work for Niagara Thermal Products LLC:
Niagara Thermal Products offers you exposure to cutting edge programs in exciting industries including, aerospace, defense, marine, electronics and telecommunications. You will have the opportunity to work with a broad spectrum of highly regarded industry leading and well regarded firms. Our organizational style and culture provides the opportunity for you to make significant individual contribution while being part of a great team atmosphere. A strong respect for individuals allows a balance of work and personal lives. A clean and safe ISO certified manufacturing facility with New York State SHARP status. An easy going, family feel culture with casual dress code. Highly participative and collaborative work environment including daily contact and communication with all functional areas. A highly competitive benefits program.
||3315 Haseley Drive |
Niagara Falls, NY 14304
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