26 May 2023
Full-Time Model Shop Machinist – Ikire
The Machinist uses work orders, plans, charts, lists, and verbal directions to set up and run computer numeric controlled work centers to produce a broad range of standard and custom component components of above-average complexity.
Job Title : Model Shop Machinist
Location : Ikire, Osun, Nigeria
Salary : $ 25.52 per hour.
Company : Eaton
Job Type : Full-Time
- Examine sample components, blueprints, drawings, and engineering data to identify the techniques and sequences of activities required to produce items, as well as the dimensions and tolerances of those products.
- Using precision measurement, inspect finished units for faults and to confirm compliance to specifications.
- Set up and run manual equipment such lathes, mills, drill presses, and grinders.
- Strict adherence to safety protocols, such as Lockout Tag-out, Fall Protection, Confined Spaces, and the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), is required (PPE)
- Utilize tools, materials, programs, and equipment, as well as component specifications, to overcome obstacles. Enhance the performance of the machine by finding and suggesting changes to component specifications.
- Utilize cutting-edge machining processes to create the required quantity of component components.
- Work together with programmers to generate high-quality components by exchanging information.
- To guarantee correct and safe equipment performance, dismantle and install maintenance, repaired, or replacement components into the equipment.
- Translates oral and written directions and specifications; plans and organizes work.
- In addition to utilizing hand tools and precise measuring devices, a machinist must set up and operate a range of manual and CNC machine equipment and do traditional shop calculations relating to project dimensions, tooling, and feeds.
- Capability to employ precision instruments to get precise measurements (e.g., calipers, micrometers, drop gages, and gage blocks).
- This role demands a machinist who is capable of working in summer temperatures of up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Associates degree in mechanical, automotive, or machining, or two years of related work experience
- Experience with manual, semi-automated, and automated tools and equipment
- Previous experience as an Industrial Machinist with a fundamental grasp of machine technology, construction, operation, and power/control devices, as well as familiarity with metal working qualities.