Tooling Fabricator

Company Name:
CareerSource Pinellas
Must have the following in order to apply:
Must have High School Diploma/GED
Must have one year experience
Mathematical ability to perform and/or understand the calculations used in assigned areas
Must have the ability to read and interpret blueprints, specifications and technical data
Must be able to use computers and other systems to access, maintain, manipulate data
Interpersonal skills and ability to interface with all levels, to work in teams or independently and communicate with co-workers or supervisory staff
Required Screenings: Criminal background checks. Pre-employment drug testing.
Job Description: Performs a variety of operations to manufacture and fabricate sheet metal and extrusion parts. Sets-up and operates one or more of the following varieties of machine tools: shears, brake press, routers, drill press, saws, roll formers, water jets, shapers, NC Punch, Stack routers, punch press, Hydro press, and hand formers. Displays ability to plan, layout, interpret blueprints, sketches to all engineering specifications; determine sequence of operations, number of required cuts and method of setup. Uses a variety of hand tools and precision measuring instruments.
Makes standard shop calculations relating to dimensions of work tooling, feeds and speeds. May monitor and verify quality with statistical process or other control procedures. Sets up and operates a variety of machine tools such as laths, milling machines and surface grinders to make metal parts, mechanisms, tools, or machines to extracting tolerance and dimensions. Interprets blueprints, sketches, and engineering specifications; determines sequence of operations, number of cuts required, and method of set-up; uses a variety of machinist's hand tools and precision measuring instruments; makes standard shop computations relating to dimensions of work, tooling, feeds and speeds. Measures, marks and scribes dimensions and reference points to lay out stock for machining.
Pay: $14.00 - $21.00 per hour. DOE.

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