- Set and operate specialized machinist equipment, including, but not limited to, manual horizontal lathes, manual vertical milling machines, and vertical pillar drills.
- Accurately inspect, measure, and record mechanical dimensions using precision measuring equipment, such as protractors, micrometers, Verniers, and TIR clocks to assess tolerance conformity.
- Identify defective parts, noting all structural damage, deformity, and/or unusual conditions.
- Work directly from engineering and/or handwritten drawings to accurately manufacture or repair machined components.
- Reverse-engineer parts and components and machine replica parts from scratch to meet required industry standards.
- Work to extremely tight tolerances.
- Produce high-quality and consistent workmanship on all work performed in both a workshop and field environment.
- Produce detailed reports and document any as-found faults and required repairs.
- Adhere to industry procedures, standards, and product specifications.
- Perform other general duties where reasonably practicable.
- Perform basic lifting and assembly operations.
- Keep work area clean, organized, and tidy.
- Knowledge of both AC and DC motors and parts is preferred
- Previous demonstrable experience working with a range of center lathes
- Previous documented experience machining a range of metal types, including copper, brass, a range of steels, cast iron, and aluminum
- TIG and MIG welding skills are desirable
- Experience of fitting and assembly operations is desirable
Skills and Qualities
- Be dependable, flexible and trustworthy
- Be motivated and proactive
- Demonstrate a good level of verbal and written communication skills and mathematic understanding
- Excellent attention to detail
- Ability to work self-directed, under pressure, and to tight deadlines
- Strong team member and also able to work alone efficiently
- Knowledge of health and safety requirements
- Competent in rigging and lifting techniques
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