CNC Programmer

Westbrook, CT

As a CNC Programmer (also known as CNC Lathe Programmer, CNC Mill Programmer), you'll program CNC Lathes, Swiss lathes, and Mills using current machining processes. You'll also develop new machining processes for continuous overnight runs, work with, and develop Robotic automation processes.

  • Competitive salary.
  • Company-paid health insurance.
  • Profit sharing, tuition reimbursement, and daycare subsidy.
  • High school diploma, GED, or trade school education. An associate degree in manufacturing technologies or similar is preferred.
  • Good understanding of machining metal and processes with CNC machines.
  • Ability to diagnose machining problems: tool failure, rough finish, chip build up, etc.
  • Proficiency in the use of computerized machine controls, precision measurement instruments, hand tools, and specialized trade tools.
  • Proficient in G-Code, GD&T, M-Code, Manual Machining Skills, and Machine Setups for Production Runs.
  • Experience with CNC Swiss Lathe.