Machine Operator I-Manufacturing


Set-up and operate fabricating machines to cut holes, slots, and notches or to form bends, flanges, etc. onto steel or aluminum sheets or parts. This will include the (Omax, RAS, Vipros, Leveler, and Armada. Set-up includes making changeovers to tooling and dies, as well as any other machinery or fixed equipment such as brake presses. Operate means to perform proper input of required information, understand bill of materials, tooling functions, and drawings. Must be able to perform

daily quality checks and instruct/lead line personnel to facilitate continuous line operations; perform some preventative maintenance on equipment; accurate reporting of production time, material usage, and various other paperwork/reports involved with the process. Perform other duties and operations in the department as needed. We be lifting 50 – 90 lbs. throughout the workday. Range of motion will include squatting, bending, and reaching.


Must be a qualified machine operator. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must possess product

knowledge in order to perform quality inspections on equipment and product. Must be able to operate forklift, bander, screw gun, overhead crane, saws, and various departmental

equipment Must be able to read drawings and/or blueprints. Must be willing/able to work overtime and available to work all shifts. Must be willing/able to participate in

training on all shifts when needed.


Must be a responsible individual who is a self-starter. Must be detail-oriented with a strong

commitment to quality. Must be able to

work effectively within a team environment.

Must be safety-conscious. Again,

must be a qualified machine operator to be considered for this position.

NCI is an equal opportunity at will employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, religion, color, disability, sex, sexual orientation or national origin.

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