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CMM Operator
Ref No.: 17-03227
Location: Detroit, Michigan
CMM Operator
Contract/Project (W2)
Detroit, MI.
Ref. ID: 17-03227


Overview
This position was created to conduct product layouts to ensure incoming and production quality and to calibrate the various measuring equipment used by the company.
  • Train auditors and inspectors on new inspection standards
  • Dimensional receiving inspection of all components
  • Documentation and storage of inspection results and calibration results
  • Reporting and reacting to inspection results and calibration results
  • Maintenance of laboratory specifications, prints, logs, and manuals
  • Maintenance of laboratory supplies and gage calibration cage
  • Data entry, storage, archiving and maintenance of gage recall program
  • Identification, storage and disposal of test pieces
  • Incoming component lot acceptance or rejection
  • Adherence to laboratory housekeeping and safety requirements
  • Supplying assembly department with approved components
  • Segregation and identification of rejected component lots and rejected gages
  • Generating gage recall notices
  • Verify gages, stack gage blocks, and design gage limits
  • Special tests and duties including but not limited to:
    • Fit and function testing
    • Capability studies
    • Gage R&R studies
  • Continuous improvement in knowledge and training Follow Operating Procedures and Work Instructions relevant to the environmental aspects that they can influence.
  • Participate in the action planning system by identifying nonconformities or improvements in order to reduce environmental impacts and reporting them to the Environmental Supervisor.
  • To provide the necessary support and resources to complete the goals of the environmental Program.

REQUIREMENTS:
Knowledge
  • Must have basic computer knowledge (Excel, Word, E-mail)
  • Must have good problem solving skills, communication skills, and organization skills
  • Knowledge of geometric dimensions and tolerances
  • Strong knowledge of basic mathematics
  • Must be able to read and interpret blueprints and know definitions of critical, major, minor characteristics
  • Must know basic quality terms, definitions and concepts
  • Must understand types of measurement, measurement terminology, and the types and differences of measurement scales
  • Must understand traceability (product, material and calibration)
  • Must be able to identify and report nonconforming material
  • Must be able to run CMM programs, interpret data, make machining directional changes, and make minor CMM program edits
  • Must be professional and proficient in metrology and skill sets listed

Education
  • High School degree or GED with equivalent experience
  • 2 year technical degree desired

Experience
  • Minimum of 2 years of manufacturing experience preferably in an automotive environment
  • Working knowledge and experience using CMM, optical comparator, height gage, surface plates, calipers, micrometers, dial indicators, gage blocks, computerized gages, etc.
  • Must be familiar with Mitutoyo CMM, MCOSMOS V35 (Preferred)

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
  • Sitting, squatting, walking, bending 8 –10 hours per day
  • Must be able to lift 35 lbs or more.
  • Must be able to work in different weather conditions
  • Exposure to production environment.

SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
  • PPE