CNC Multi-Axis Milling & Turning Operator

companyElliott Group
locationJeannette, PA, USA
PublishedPublished: 7/22/2023
CNC Operator
Full Time
Overview & Responsibilities

Performs all required set-up, machining, layout, minor program revision, sub-assembly and planned preventative maintenance for multiple machines. The operator(s) will perform distinctly different tasks on a daily basis and be capable of performing all required manufacturing functions necessary to machine turbomachinery components on Large Gantry CNC and Portal Machines, including but not limited to: the Masterhead, Mill/Tum, and DMU600P.

Tools and Equipment

To set up and operate all related systems that support or enhance the operation of Large Gantry CNC and Portal Machines. Tools and Equipment include items needed to run a Master Machining Cell that includes, but is not limited to Large Gantry CNC and Portal Machines. Examples of such include Masterhead Machining Center, MU600P, and Mill/Turn Machining Center System. Other tools and equipment include, but are not limited to:

micro-computers and programs, tool presetting equipment, measuring devices, jib hoist, overhead crane, fork lift trucks and other material handling equipment, pedestal tool grinders, deburring tools, fixtures, and other miscellaneous hand tools, etc.


Used: The operators will be capable of operating Large Gantry CNC Vertical Machines, Portal Machines, Masterhead Machining and Mill/Turn Machining Center Systems. Materials used include all materials used in machining heavy turbomachinery equipment.

Produced: A variety of parts (both ferrous and non-ferrous). The primary components machined will consist of casings, team end and exhaust end casings, endwalls, diaframs, steam turbine discs side entry groove milling, seal housings, and other miscellaneous components.

  • Receives direction from management.
  • Each operator functions by reviewing the daily workload schedule directives which specifies:
    • The machines' Preventive Maintenance Plan (PM)
    • The part to be machined.
    • The part to set-up
    • The tooling requirements for all scheduled parts.
    • The next part to be machined
  • Working from the above information, interprets prints, drawings, (part or tool) and sketches and instructions.
  • Performs all necessary set-up operations by installing and adjusting tools, clamps and fixtures, part positioning or alignment and maintaining proper feeds and speeds.
  • Performs all necessary machining operations, either in a controlled N/C mode or manually.
  • Performs all part verification requirements, including Data Sheets.
  • Performs all tool setting requirements.
  • Performs all planned PM requirements.
  • Plans and performs all necessary tooling, set-up hardware and measuring gages to manufacture the next scheduled part
  • Utilizes DNC network.
  • Performs all layout functions to prepare parts for manufacture (angles, radii, tapers, bolt circles, center punch marks on material, etc).
  • Obtains drawings, tools and fixtures from Tool Crib or necessary materials from stock while maintaining the department tooling inventory.
  • Performs all assemblies and disassemblies as required.
  • Monitors all machine tool functions.
  • Stencils or stamps part for identification.
  • Reports defective material and equipment to appropriate Management personnel.
  • Verifies accuracy of micrometers as required.
  • Checks part to ensure that operation is completed.
  • Deburrs as necessary.
  • Uses grinding attachments as required.
  • Rebuilds, adjusts, changes and dresses tools as required.
  • Operates tap disintegrator as required.
  • Uses hoist and crane as required.
  • Uses fork lift truck and other material handling equipment as required.
  • Works from ladders and scaffolds.
  • Maintains good housekeeping.
  • Observes all safety rules.
  • Reports production count, time and identifying data as required.
  • Prepares, completes and issues documentation relating to the Master Machining Center.
  • The operator(s) will use established processing methods or procedures to manufacture parts and operate the system. Routine shift decisions to continue machining components or to operate the machining system will be made by the operator(s).
  • Operates multiple axis machines (such as large gantry and portal machines) and sets up the machines to run unattended after programming is proven out and all tool functions monitored.
The above statement reflects the general details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job identified, and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all of the work requirements that may be inherent in the job.

  • Must be willing and able to work any shift.
  • Must be willing and able to work overtime, weekends and holidays.
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