Triumph Group

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Programming-Numerical Ctl 4

Programming-Numerical Ctl 4

Requisition Number 
13155
Location 
US-TN-Nashville
# of Positions Remaining 
1
Position Type 
Full time
Experience (Years) 
10
Posted Date 
6/30/2017
Category 
Engineering - All
Security Clearance Required? 
No
Shift 
1
Relocation 
Some

More information about this job

Overview

Develops and writes programs for numerically controlled machines using engineering specifications and drawings.  Note:  This position

excludes CNC Machine Operators.

Responsibilities

  • Develops and writes programs for numerically controlled machines using engineering specifications and drawings.
  • Analyzes engineering drawings to define configuration of parts and determine type and sequence of machine operations.   
  • Develops programs for machining parts, tools, or sheet metal on numerically controlled machine tools.   
  • Makes proper cutter selections for each part, taking into consideration such factors as speeds, types of cutters, feeds, and control system limitations.  
  • Selects program routines for the most efficient computer calculation of dimensional and machining requirements for each part.  
  • Tests and modifies existing parts programs for engineering changes or program improvements. 

 

Qualifications

The successful candidate will typically have:

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent 
  • 10-14 years of related experience
  • Strong computer skills - specifically with experience in MS Office, Catia, ERP systems, etc.
  • Strong NC Programming experience using languages and graphics bases systems, with ability to interpret and implement NC machine code, as well as NC Programming language application
  • Strong communication skills
  • Able to write technical documents for end users
  • Strong understanding of graphics and language based systems
  • Ability to establish operation sequence
  • Strong mechanical aptitude
  • General machinist knowledge
  • Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings and specifications for manufacturing processes

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