Swiss CNC Programmer
A long time Connecticut based corporation with facilities throughout the country is continuing to grow due to heavy sales. This is a highly innovative company with all state-of-the-art swiss lathes. This company is very successful and has many associates with more than 15 years of employment. They offer a fantastic benefit package along with quarterly bonuses and 401K with a generous match. They also offer a relocation associate package to new employees transitioning to their area. This opportunity offers employee development, training and possible career advancement.
We are searching for a Swiss CNC Programmer to process new components prior to production. The Swiss CNC Programmer will work from our client’s engineering office to develop innovative machining solutions. Knowledge of swiss CNC lathes such as Star, Citizen, Tsugami, Hanwha, Nexturn, Tornos Deco and/or other brands of swiss lathes is required. The Swiss CNC Programmer will work from a print or solid model, select machinery, calculate cycle times, select/purchase tooling, specify collets, guide bushings, machine attachments, develop the process, generate CNC code and prove out the process. Past experience using Partmaker or Esprit cam software is a plus, but not required. Interested candidates must be willing to learn cam software, fully paid by the company. We are looking for candidates who came up the ranks gaining swiss CNC lathe programming and process development skills. Knowledge of feeds, speeds, cutting tool applications, shop math and good computer skills is required. Strong communication skills with the ability to work with manufacturing engineers, skilled machinists and tooling vendors is a must.
MUST HAVE: a minimum of 5 years of experience processing, tooling and programing swiss CNC lathes. Interested candidates will need manual CNC programming or experience using cam software to generate code. Knowledge of and ability to select cutting tools is required. This is a great opportunity to advance your career into engineering.