We're looking for machinist to help us manufacture the spinal implants that change patient lives.
If you have a passion for building, a thirst for learning and a desire to tackle new challenges, you can be a Machinist at NuVasive. Whether you have experience working with CNC machines or heavy machinery, or you just love to work with your hands, this role could be a great fit for you. Based on your level of machining experience, we provide hands-on training and support to help you build the skills you need to succeed.
What YOU will accomplish: Produces machined parts by programming, setting up, and operating a computer numerical control (CNC) machine. Works from blueprints, process sheets, and sketches to perform production tasks, which may include the cutting and shaping of metal to precision dimensions, may make tool adjustments as necessary. Checks and inspects machining operations against specified tolerances, including maintaining quality and safety standards. May identify and repair minor machine malfunctions.
- Maintains organization, cleanliness, and housekeeping within the work area and reports any maintenance issues encountered
- Assists with computer numerical control (CNC) machine set-up including use of basic G-codes for program prove-out
- Verifies conformance of finished work-piece to specifications using various measuring tools such as CMM, calipers, micrometers, comparators, and vision system
- Utilizes work orders, blueprints (GD&T), sketches, written and verbal instructions to complete required tasks
- Loads and unloads parts onto the machine; ensures the tools with the machine match those on the tool list
- Enters information into Camstar manufacturing platform (MES); creates and submits machine status reports
- Confers with engineering, quality control, and/or programming teams to resolve machining problems
- Sets ups and runs machines using knowledge of Chiron, Mikron, Kitamura, or Haas CNC machines and required functions for use of presetting tools
Required Skills / Capabilities
- Ability to read, understand and interpret blueprints with GD&T
- Understands CNC machine operation, setup, and programming concepts
- Possesses basic troubleshooting and problem-solving skills
- Works with team to build and sustain a safe and friendly working environment
- May be required to stand/sit for extended periods of time
Education and Experience
- Typically requires a minimum of 1 - 2 years of related experience
- Requires High school diploma or GED