Waters Corporation

  • CNC Machinist

    Req. #
    8150
    Company Name
    Waters Division
    Category
    Production and Manufacturing
    Location
    US-MA-Milford
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Company Description

    About Waters 

     

    Waters Corporation is a publicly traded global biotechnology company headquartered in Milford, Massachusetts. For fifty years, our solutions have been utilized by scientists in laboratories across the world.  

     

    The company employs more than 6,500 people worldwide, with manufacturing facilities located in Milford, MA; Tauton, MA; Wexford, Ireland; Manchester, England; and in Singapore.

     

    Our Milford Global Machining/Manufacturing Operation

     

    50,000 Sq. Ft. Machining/Manufacturing floor at the heart of our Half Mile Long Corporate Campus 

    90+ State of the Art CNC Machines

    Focused on high precision/medical device manufacturing

    Large Campus, 2 cafeterias, ON-SITE GYMS!, 24/7 café

     

     

      

    Waters Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status. 

    Overview

    Waters Corporation is currently leading a search for a CNC Machinist to join our organization within our Global Machining Operations.  This position would join over 200+ professionals who work within our worldclass 50,000 Sq. FT. Machining/Manufacturing facility, with over 90+ state of the art CNC machines and technologies.  We are looking for a highly skilled and motivated individual to work in our fast paced multifaceted work environment utilizing a variety of CNC lathe technologies to produce machined components for our biotechnology products.

     

    The position requires set-up and operation abilities of more than one multi-axis machine such as Citizen Swiss (A20, L20, M20), Nakamura-Tome (WT-100, WT-150, WT-250), Okuma or Mori-Seiki. Inspection of own and other associates parts, computer skills, ability to read and edit programs and make sound decisions when presented with issues is required. Excellent communication skills are paramount as working on multiple machines with associates is a required function.  

     

    This opening is a night position for Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from 7:30PM to 8:00AM

    Responsibilities

    • Under limited supervision follow written processes and operate a variety of CNC machines.
    • Set-up and operate CNC equipment and perform any other functions within the department that may be necessary.
    • Inspection of a first piece and in-process material utilizing visual and hand inspection equipment such as vernier calipers, micrometers and drop dial indicators as well as profilometer and CMM operations.
    • Interact in a Manufacturing environment with a variety of personnel and shift change over on a daily basis as well as sharing a machining center with another associate.

    Qualifications

    • Vocational trades school, high school diploma or equivalent required: Formal trades or apprenticeship preferred.
    • Must have sufficient education to read complex engineering drawings, perform shop math and keep accurate records.
    • Personal computer skill required.
    • Position requires a commitment to accelerated development using a variety of training methods both internal and external to waters.
    • All training will be developed and implemented based upon the candidate experience level.
    • Ability to work and inspect product using a 20x microscope.
    • A higly motivated individual who pays attention to detail.
    • Individual with a high technical ability and able to problem solve.

     

     

    Key Words

    CNC Swiss
    Citizen A20
    Citizen L20
    Citizen M20
    Miyano BNE
    Star Swiss
    Tsugami Swiss
    Fanuc control
    Mitsubishi control
    Dual spindle
    Dual turret
    CNC Lathe
    Nakamura
    Okuma
    Mori
    Esprit CAM

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