CNC Machinist B- Small Tooling Shop: 4×10 Night Shift (Mon. – Thur. 4:00pm – 2:30am)

    Gas Services

    CLT W

    Department: SE GP G

    Shift: 4×10 Night
    Shift, Mon. – Thurs.  (4:00pm – 2:30am)

    Job Grade: MT304
    Machinist B (05)

    Mode of Employment:
    Permanent / Full-time


    Your profile

    The primary purpose
    of this position is to set up and operate manual and CNC (Complex Numeric
    Control) horizontal milling machines, manual lathes, and CNC lathes in order to
    perform precise operations on a variety of parts and components.

    Tools used include
    but are not limited to various Horizontal boring mills and associated equipment
    such as: milling cutters, boring bars and heads, saw, inside and outside
    micrometers, vernier gauges, dial indicators, wrenches, blocks, jacks, readouts
    and P.C., cranes, etc.

    Job duties require a
    basic knowledge in the use of shop mathematics, together with the use of
    complicated drawings, s
    pecifications, charts, tables, various
    types of precision measuring instruments and/or the training generally
    applicable in a particular or specialized occupation.

    Prefer 5-7 years
    applied trades training, such as use of blueprints, CNC equipment, G & M code, manual machining etc. Must
    also be able to read, write, understand, and follow verbal and/or written
    instructions. Must qualify for and maintain appropriate equipment
    certifications of Siemens Energy (i.e. Fork truck, crane, etc.).

    Your responsibilities

    Work from
    manufacturing information, drawings, written and/or verbal instructions and
    perform such operations as:

    · Using material
    handling devices, loads/unloads parts from machines and/or assists crane

    · Set up machines by
    installing tooling, adjusting to proper machine settings, feeds, speeds, etc.,
    per job documentation and drawing s
    pecifications; assure proper tooling

    · Secure work piece
    to layout or and/or surface with use of the plumb bob, set up blocks,
    surface/height gauge, dowel
    indicators/pins or optical leveling or
    aligning equipment.

    · Follow established
    procedures on lineups, manuscripts, programs and tooling sheets to operate

    · Use manual,
    semi-automatic or automatic controls to perform machining operations, such as:
    mill, drill, ream, bore, tap, turn, face, groove, radius, turn, and grind, etc.

    · Perform in-process
    integrity checks, as required, in order to maintain specific drawing

    · Conduct in process
    testing and charting operational information and/or recording data as required.

    · Make any necessary
    tool changes or offsets, and therefore, re-orients machine, as required.

    · Remove chips from
    work piece and for inspections, as required.

    · Deburr and cleans
    work, as required.

    · Perform
    preventative maintenance and may correct minor machine malfunctions.

    · Return tooling,
    attachments, fixtures, etc., to proper location upon completion of operation.

    · Complete log
    sheet, downtime records, and other information, as required by data collection

    · Adapt to various
    situations and adjusts to shifting priorities.

    · Applicants must be
    legally authorized for employment in the United States without need for current
    or future
    employer-sponsored work authorization. Siemens Energy employees
    with current visa sponsorship may be eligible for internal transfers.

    Readiness/Work Keys Certificate – Silver Status required

    As a federal
    contractor, Siemens Energy continues to monitor federal and state legal
    guidelines regarding the COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Siemens Energy is pausing
    its mandatory vaccine policy while the issue is addressed by the courts. SEI
    will monitor the situation closely and may reimplement its policy if required
    to comply with federal law. Should the vaccine policy be
    reimplemented, this position requires
    employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 unless they are granted a
    medical or religious

    Your opportunities
    for personal growth

    The successful
    candidate will work within the
    Small Components manufacturing area within Siemens Energy Steam Turbine products division. Success is dependent upon
    flexibility in working urgent priorities and effectively completing daily work
    assignments day to day.

    This position offers
    an opportunity for hands on machining experience of
    Steam Turbine components with potential for growth into the
    higher levels of the Siemens Energy skills framework.

    Check out this video to learn more about our team in
    Charlotte, NC:


    “Let’s make
    tomorrow different today” is our genuine commitment at Siemens Energy to
    all customers and employees on the way to a sustainable future.

    In our Business Unit
    Generation we offer a broad portfolio of cutting edge technologies, services
    and solutions for centralized and decentralized energy production.

    The Charlotte
    Machine Shop primarily manufactures, repairs, and sizes replacement parts for
    the Charlotte Campus which houses Gas Turbine, Steam Turbine, and Generators.
    The manufacturing line is set up to satisfy the various long term preventative
    maintenance/ spare parts/ service programs we offer to our end customers.


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    not all the same. Through diversity we generate power. We run on inclusion and
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