Company Name:
Belcan TechServices
A Machinist builds, repairs, or modifies existing machines, machine parts, equipment, and tooling.
o Works with manual lathe and milling machine.
o Repairs hydraulic and pneumatic cylinder. Experience in a combination of these skills is highly desired.
o Studies blueprints, sketches, machine components, or specifications to determine dimensions, tolerances, and the type of material required of the piece to be machined.
o Dismantles machine or equipment to examine for defects or component failure.
o Replaces, repairs, or reproduces defective parts from a variety of materials, using hand tools such as drills, scraper and file, or machine tools such as lathe, milling machine or grinder.
o Assembles and tests machine to verify correction of malfunction.
o Fabricates machines, mechanisms, and tools
o Analyzes verbal instructions, written specifications, blueprints or rough sketches to determine effective work plan.
o Sets up and operates machine tools and manufactures parts to specifications.
o Analyzes operating hydraulic systems and identifies problems or necessary repairs.
o Welds, cut, brazes, or solders parts as needed
o Makes tools & dies
o Three or more years of previous machinist experience in a manufacturing environment.
o Experience machining and repairing hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders.
o Team player with ability to multi-task.
o Self-starter, able to take initiative and work independently to drive tasks to completion.
o Safety focus and able to quickly troubleshoot technical issues.

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