Gastonia, North Carolina

CNC Programmer

CNC Programmer


   My client, located in Gastonia, North Carolina, is looking for a CNC Programmer to join its team. Excellent benefits package included.




  • High School Diploma or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
  • 5+ years of experience in a comparable role.
  • Ability to read and understand necessary measuring equipment (dial calipers, depth micrometers, thread gauges).
  • Work with hands using hand tools, saws, etc.
  • Advanced competency reading blueprints/sketches.
  • Advanced knowledge of tooling required to operate machinery.
  • CAD/CAM experience.
  • Basic keyboarding and computer skills.
  • Good written and verbal communications skills.
  • Ability to multitask.
  • Experience with OSP/Fanuc controls.
  • Excellent time management skills.


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Set-up, program and maintain CNC lathe and milling machines.
  • Install and operate all programs on CNC machines.
  • Operate and maintain several pieces of manufacturing machinery, including turret lathes, 6” Goss machines, 1-2-3 Goss machines, chap saw, cold saw, drill presses, and CNC lathes and mills.
  • Follow work instructions, drawings, established quality standards, and established safety protocols.
  • Meet defined production expectations.
  • Manages workload/output and ensures quality expectations are met.
  • Recommends tooling/equipment purchases to improve production, quality, and time savings.
  • Assist with inventory by counting and writing tags.
  • Ability to program manually or utilize CAD/CAM software for program development.
  • Optimize programs as needed to increase efficiency.



If you are looking for a stable company that will offer you career advancement and meet the above requirements, please send your resume in Word format to Interviews are being scheduled NOW.

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