Sr. CNC Programmer

Title: Sr. CNC Programmer
Location: ADMC, Cape Canaveral, FL
Clearance: None Required
Citizenship requirement: US Person
Req #: 1527
Salary: Negotiable

Job Description:
Proficient with generation of 5-axis CNC simultaneous motion programming
Thorough comprehensive understanding of GD&T (geometric dimensioning and tolerances)
Ability to read and understand CAD models and 2-D prints
Mastery of high speed machining and tool path optimization with multiple materials
Specify tooling required for each machine and component
Write programs, improve existing programs, and maintain CNC programs according to company processes and procedures
Recommend the best machine and tooling for existing processes and for new parts
Working knowledge of micrometers, calipers, optical comparators, and various other inspection tools
Must be able to work independently, but also demonstrate an ability to work productively within a team environment
Flexible, ability to work in a fast paced constantly changing environment with tight deadlines
Although a first shift position, may require periodic 2nd shift and weekend work
Additional requirements:
Experience with programming of CNC Milling and turning Machines with GibbsCAM Software preferred
The ideal candidate will have hands on skills, past set up experience, the ability to debug, troubleshoot and assist machinists with set ups.
Candidates who have developed close tolerance high precision processes or have either aerospace and/or medical device experience are preferred
Craig Technologies policy is to ensure equal employment opportunity for all without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other non-job-related characteristic.
All candidates selected will be subject to a security background investigation and must meet all eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

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