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Orano is seeking a Machinist II-III to support the Machining work performed as part of TN Fabrication. The Machinist II-III will perform a variety of Machinist II-III tasks including but not limited to:
Performs all duties of this & lower machinist classifications under minimal supervision.
May operate CNCs per established methods/programs to consistently produce quality parts at productive rates.
May assist in developing conventional & CNC machining procedures & sequences, tools & fixtures.
Produces moderately complex to highly complex conventional machined components/tooling to precision tolerances.
Inspects work of other machinists as directed by supervisor.
Trains and assists lower classification machinists as directed by supervisor.
Complies with all plant work rules, regulations and specific instructions, maintains required records, logs & documentation.
May perform turning of I.D. and O.D. tapered threads.
Identifies & escalates operations problems to the area foreman with objective options for resolution.
Occasionally may work with engineering to assist in developing procedures, methods, processes, and tools/equipment.
Produces complex conventional machined components/tooling to extreme precision tolerances
Occasionally does light to medium programming when requested by supervision.
Exercises flexibility in work consistent with this work experience classification.
May develop cost estimates for machined and fabricated parts.
May program CNC equipment and use of SMARTCAM or similar software.
Acts in lead capacity as directed by supervisor.
May assist supervision in scheduling work, shifting personnel as work loads fluctuates, resource planning, training, and operation of key equipment.
Properly handles hazardous materials,
During lull periods of production, may be directed by management to support other business units and may include travel to nuclear sites.
To play an active role in creating a safe and healthy workplace and comply with all applicable safety and health rules.
All candidates must meet the following minimum requirements in order to be considered for this opportunity. Candidates who exceed minimum qualifications may be considered for a higher level position.
Demonstrated leadership ability to manage multiple tasks and projects through subordinates.
Good communication skills including the ability to comprehend and convey detailed technical data.
Broad knowledge of conventional and CNC machine tool operations as required including tool/fixture selections/application and limited CNC programming.
Demonstrated ability to efficiently and consistently produce quality machined component, tools and fixtures.
Be familiar with the company's policies and procedures, including safety and health policy and program.
Orano is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
Internal Number: 2020-4988
About Orano, TN Americas LLC
Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Orano USA is a key nuclear supplier of materials and services to the U.S. nuclear industry and the federal government, ranging from supplying nuclear fuel materials and in-house engineering to field service capabilities and applying decades of reactor decommissioning experience in dismantling, packaging, and transporting waste. Orano USA also provides the full suite of technologies and services for managing used nuclear fuel. Orano USA, through its subsidiary Orano Med in Texas, is developing cancer treatments using targeted radio-immunotherapy, with its first drug currently in FDA-authorized clinical trials.
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