CNC Operator 2-London

  • Category
    Skilled trades - Skilled Trades
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Location
    London, Ontario

Position Overview:
The CNC Operator II reports to the Production Supervisor and is responsible for the operation, set-up and troubleshooting of one or more machines. The CNC Operator II will also work on a variety of products and may conduct program alterations as required and able.

Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

 May set-up, troubleshoot and/or operate new and existing production parts using vises, fixtures, chucks, etc. with one or more of the following machine(s): CNC Lathe, CNC Mill, Bandsaw, Sandblaster, Manual Mill, Manual Drill Press, hand grinders, and other power tools. These tasks will be done under limited supervision.
 Makes minor changes to existing programs in accordance with established procedures.
 May perform intermediate machine adjustments, if necessary (ex. tool offsets and fixture offsets).
 Read and interpret technical drawings to verify machined parts, and to determine machine set-up.
 May visually or mechanically inspect parts for defects (cracks, chips, dimension, surface finish, etc) as part of in-process inspection.
 Records results of defects and notifies lead/supervisor of deviation as appropriate.
 May use one or more of the following for measuring and inspection: tape measure, various types of micrometers and calipers, profilometer, height gauge, indicators, edge finders, thread gauges, pin gauges, and bore gauges with master ring.
 Verifies first-off with Quality Dept. and makes necessary machine adjustments.
 Understands and meets or exceeds production and quality standards; seeks to minimize reject rate.
 Follows approved work instructions and drawings provided.
 Required to perform some simple machine preventative maintenance functions, i.e. checking coolants, checking lubricants, and changing filters, etc.
 Keeps machines and work area clean; notifies supervisor or maintenance when machine abnormalities occur.
 Possess the ability to use the computer system (MFG/Pro) for basic departmental transactions.
 Safely move components with lifting devices such as overhead cranes, jib cranes, and fork-lifts.


Maintains an acceptable level of performance by following established policies and procedures, and participating in continuous improvement efforts by supporting and implementing new ideas.

Sets a positive example by maintaining a respective attitude, cooperating with co-workers, management, and internal and external customers.

Be a productive team member and help to meet established departmental and Company goals.

Wears appropriate personal protective equipment at all times when required

Report any personal workplace injuries to direct supervisor immediately.

Report safety issues to direct supervisor or EHS Manager as soon as possible.

Responsible for knowing where non-hazardous waste collection containers are located and for putting non-hazardous/hazardous wastes in appropriate containers.

Report to work for your regularly scheduled shifts on time and ready to work.

Follow all company policies and health and safety procedures.

Effectively gives and receives feedback and willingly asks questions and seeks direction when needed.

May work any and all shifts/days as required and may be asked to work between ADJ facilities.

Willingly accepts responsibility of sharing skills and knowledge with other employees.

Perform all other duties as may be assigned from time to time.


 Educational background in manufacturing or equivalent experience working on CNC machines

2-4 years of experience working with CNC machines

Must have knowledge of G and M codes in order to perform set-up functions of existing production parts.

May require intermediate knowledge of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T).

Intermediate knowledge of blue print reading.

Intermediate machining experience, material knowledge and math skills.

Experience using lifting devices (cranes and fork-lifts)

Must meet all training requirements as defined by department.

Successful applicants must meet all requirements under the Canada Controlled Goods Regulations (CGR) and must be approved as mandated by Public Works & Government Services Canada and applicable contractual obligations.

For more information or questions, please send your resume to or call me at 519-667-7774 ext232