Multiple Openings at Cox MachineCox Machine, Inc.
Entry Level Contract Administrator: Performs and coordinates contract administrative activities and provides daily support to individuals, groups or teams. Responsible for acting as a liaison between internal and external customers. Assists with orders, status and other queries while maintaining efficiency and a high level of quality. Possessing strong motivation, detail oriented communication skills (both verbal and written), good judgment, sense of urgency and the ability to work in a fast-paced team environment.
Planner: Supports the company’s objectives with regards to current manufacturing processes. Develops and documents the sequence of operation plans for manufacturing parts. Revises routers as necessary to support improved processes with an internal goal of improving the production processes and techniques used within the company. Performs contract review process of planning. Verifies current engineering revisions to customer website portals.
Experienced 5-Axis Machinist: Responsible for setting-up and operating CNC milling machines. Position drills to fabricate and repair parts made from metals, plastics and alloys. Experience in aircraft precision machining is required. Prefer 2-4 years 4 or 5-axis CNC milling machine operation experience. Must be able to read aircraft blueprints and have excellent shop math and mechanical ability.
Part-time Receptionist (Thurs and Friday 8:00-4:30): Responsible for assisting internal and external customers as well as maintaining the telecommunications system. Performs and coordinates administrative activities. Expected to possess strong motivation, detail oriented communication skills (both verbal and written), good judgment, sense of urgency and the ability to work in a fast-paced team environment.
Maintenance Technician: Performs preventative maintenance as per the required schedule and/or as directed Management. Support Maintenance Supervisor in performing other duties as assigned. Must have a clear understanding of Preventative Maintenance. Expected to display creative thinking in troubleshooting mechanical failures. Must be able to get machines up and running until final solution or repairs are made. Expected to be self motivated and well organized. Needs to have strong communication skills and able to build relationship with the shop so that they feel comfortable asking for maintenance help.
Burr Operator, 2nd & 3rd shift: Must be prepared to do repetitive work and complete parts in a timely manner. Needs to be very particular of recognizing acceptable cosmetic appearance without over-burring. Must communicate well with others and be able to stay on task. Operate and maintain required burr equipment.
CNC Machinist, 2nd & 3rd shift: Sets up and operates CNC milling machines. Drills to fabricate and repair parts made from metals, plastics and alloys. Experience in aircraft precision machining is highly preferred. Prefer 1-3 years CNC milling machine operation experience and the ability to read aircraft blueprints. Must have excellent shop math and mechanical ability.
Assembly Mechanic, 2nd shift: Responsible for assembling airplane parts per customer engineering on time every time with 100% customer satisfaction. Must be able to follow assembly procedures, use a computer and follow directions. Must have math skills and mechanical ability.
Quality Assurance Inspector: Responsible for performing day to day first part and lot inspection of product. Utilizes inspection tools such as micrometers, calipers, gauges and other tools to perform inspection duties. Expected to read customer engineering and work orders to determine requirements. Ensures completion of First Article Inspection reports. Supports production personnel with inspection issues and documents inspections in log. Expected to have strong communication skills, be able to interpret requirements and perform accurate inspections in a timely manner.
Programmer: Responsible for evaluating customer engineering to create models and NC programs to produce quality product at nominal dimensions made of various materials. Must provide adequate information to aid in production including setup sheets, fixturing, tooling, and NC code files. They must also provide additional assistance to the production floor and inspection when needed for clarification and/or trouble shooting when requested. Programmers should strive to produce the highest quality product through the manufacturing process efficiently with minimal variation.
Receiving Inspector: Perform all aspects of outside processing receiving inspection, which includes verification of compliance to final processing, appearance, quality paperwork, etc. Needs to be familiar with the visual appearance of final processes and have a working knowledge of customer processing specifications and engineering. This position will also ensure that all final processing received comply with the most current Engineering and Quality requirements as imposed.
Material Handler/Coolant Technician: Responsible for managing both the Metal Recycling Program and Coolant Program. Expected to maintain Puck Machine and the puck area. Ensures that chip hoppers are emptied from production floor machining center. Responsible for removing empty pallets from production floor and support deliveries. Must be able to work independently with strong attention to detail and organization skills.
Advanced Manufacturing Engineer: Develops and improves manufacturing methods by incorporating advanced manufacturing processes, including but not limited to robotics, automated controls, and new industry solutions for fabrication. Develop solutions to increase production efficiencies throughout the company. Under the guidance of the Director of Advanced Manufacturing, develops and deploys a common automated manufacturing vision.