CNC Machinist:

Mistequay Group   Monroe, WA   Full-time     Mechanic/Technician
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Posted on May 24, 2021

Looking for a CNC Machinist that can set up and operate numerically controlled horizontal/vertical lathe, mill to perform machining operations (turning, boring, facing, threading) using castings, forgings, and bar stock. Reads process sheets, work instructions and blueprints to determine machining to be performed.


  • High school graduate with strong math and trigonometry abilities. Technical degree preferred but not required with Commensurate experience.
  • 5-10 years of precision machining and/or Aerospace environment.
  • Blueprint reading skills to include Advanced GD&T
  • Programming is a plus

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Set up, program and operate equipment as directed
  • Complete customer product requirements as associated with work order
  • Determine appropriate tooling/gages for part production/inspection
  • Perform in-process inspection as required to ensure 100% quality product
  • Identify discrepancies in estimated setup and run times and resolve with Plant Supervisor.
  • Responsible for document and data control of programs, tool lists, and other related data with respect to job packets and M2M data.
  • Responsible for cleaning and performing general maintenance on equipment
  • Responsible for maintaining a clean, organized work area
  • Responsible for stopping production if a part or process problem is identified and notifying leader or quality personnel
  • Initiate nonconforming product procedures when necessary
  • Assist in training of other machinists
  • Responsible for identification and elimination of  any unnecessary waste
  • Participate in corrective and preventative activities as required
  • Participate in and support the Mistequay Quality System and Environmental, Health and Safety policies
  • Responsible to participate in continuous improvement and associated training
  • Responsible to adhere to the company Quality Policy, and to understand and follow all applicable Quality Work Instructions and Procedures
  • Perform other duties as assigned

High school diploma or GED
General programming skills
Basic shop math (addition, subtraction, trigonometry)
Blueprint reading and GD&T skills
Ability to perform part inspection using inspection equipment
Good understanding of gage calibration
Ability to perform own set-ups helpful
Basic understanding of Quality Systems
Technical trade certification or related experience