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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
6/21/2017
Job Category:
Manufacturing
Machinist - NC Lathe 2nd shift Job
Paccar | Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
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Job Description

PACCAR Winch 

PACCAR Winch is a division of PACCAR, a Fortune 500 company headquartered in Bellevue, Washington. PACCAR Winch manufactures high quality industrial winches, hoists and drives for the oil/gas, construction, utility and specialty markets.  PACCAR is a Fortune 500 company established in 1905.  Our business is growing and we are seeking an experiened NC Lathe on 2nd shift.  This position is located in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and the schedule is 3:00p.m. - 11:00p.m. Monday - Friday. Our facility is located at 800 East Dallas Street, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.  Salary/ Benefits: $19.48 - 23.94 per hour with occasional overtime available.  Benefits include: IAMA Union retirement plan, 401K, medical insurance, dental, vision and company paid life insurance.  Company provided short term & long term disability coverage as well as 11 paid holidays and paid vacation.  PACCAR Winch does require applicants to complete a background check, drug test, and pre-employment physical as a condition of employment.    Our goal is for all employees to work safely without injury, maintaining the highest safety standards in compliance with Company safety policies. 

PACCAR is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, Veteran, Disability Employer.  Employees must be able to meet certain physical requirements with accommodation.   

JOB QUALIFICATIONS: NC Lathe Machinist - 2nd shift

  1. Starting basic Skills required:
  • Can perform simple machining operations on various machines in the classification with minimal assistance.
  • Has an understanding of machine tool feed and speed concepts as related to the machining of most common materials using a variety of ceramic, carbide, high speed steel, and grinding tools.
  • Has experience and knowledge of setup procedures and techniques applicable to the type of machine tools in the classification.
  • Can consistently perform both simple and complex machining operations to produce work piece finishes and tolerances as may be specified.
  • Has the ability to read and understand blueprints and detailed worksheets, and capable of performing mathematical calculations required in the association with the blueprint and work instructions.
  • Is capable of using multiple types of inspection equipment so as to check parts machined.
  • Performs daily and weekly checks of machine conditions such as oil levels, pressures, etc.
  • Deburr parts machined when applicable.
  • Basic computer skills required for the accurate completion of time cards and production information as necessary in a computerized production management system.
  • Must actively demonstrate good housekeeping practices in the work area as well as the entire facility.
  • Must have the ability, knowledge and confidence to consistently meet or exceed the expected productivity standards for all work performed.
  • Must be able to use material handling equipment (Raymond lifts, walkie stackers, low boys, etc.) to pull and position parts and materials necessary to perform your assigned tasks.
  • Must have the ability and desire to work effectively and get along with others in a workgroup environment.
  • This job qualification list is not an exhaustive list of job functions and may be supplemented by other information or documentation as required.
  1. Desired skills in the position
  • Can perform simple and complex machining operations on the various machines in the classification without supervision.
  • Is capable of setting up all machine tools in the classification.
  • Consistently exceeds the planned productivity standards for all work performed.
  • Is capable of working with other machinist in a work group to provide assistance in changing parts on all machine tools in the workgroup.
  • Has the skills and abilities needed to setup all machine tools in the assigned workgroup.
  • Participate in seeking new and innovative ways to perform job.  Make recommendations and participate in initiating those changes.
  • Understand and use SPC techniques and methodology.
  1. Must be able to use the following precision instruments.
  • OD & ID Micrometers
  • Snap Gages
  • Air Gages
  • Height and depth gages
  • Intermics
  • Any equipment specific to classification
  1. Responsibilities
  • Acquire and maintain a full complement of personal tools as necessary to perform machinist work
  • Legibly and accurately complete any and all required paperwork associated with the production of parts
  • Fully and personally responsible for the overall quality of work performed to assure that the final product quality meets all applicable quality requirements and standards.
  • Work in a manner to promote safety for self and others in the work area.
  • Maintain a good attendance record
  • Abide by all company rules

Physical Demands: Must be able to lift 60 pounds, push/pull a minimum of 75 pounds and stand on your feet 8-10 hours per day.

 

                         

About Paccar

PACCAR Inc, operates through two segments: design, manufacture and distribution of light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks and related aftermarket distribution of parts, and finance and leasing services provided to customers and dealers. The Company's finance and leasing activities are principally related to Company products and associated equipment. Other manufactured products include industrial winches. The Company and its subsidiaries design and manufacture heavy-duty diesel trucks, which are marketed under the Kenworth, Peterbilt and DAF nameplates. The Truck and Other businesses include a division of the Company, which manufactures industrial winches in two United States plants and markets them under the Braden, Carco, and Gearmatic nameplates. In North America, Australia and 16 European countries, the Company provides financing and leasing arrangements, principally for its manufactured trucks, through wholly owned finance companies operating under the PACCAR Financial trade name. (Source: 10-K)

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