Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. is an industry leader in engineered systems and advanced manufacturing. The Company provides full-spectrum systems engineering, integration, manufacturing, and lifecycle sustainment solutions to the marine, aviation, aerospace, and defense, energy and environment markets. Teledyne Brown has expertise in systems integration, technology development, hardware design, prototype development, system test and evaluation, advanced manufacturing, performance-based logistics solutions, and operations and maintenance
Under general supervision, assignment planning, layout, set-up, operating and making tool adjustments on various types of manual, numerically controlled, major conventional, and automatic machines including injection molding and auxiliary equipment. Works from drawings, process sheets and sketches to perform production tasks which may include cutting and shaping of metal to precision dimensions. Tasks and assignments tend to be general but may involve complex and/or non-routine assignments.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
• Reviews and verifies dimensions and tolerances in drawings to determine best setup and work operation sequences.
• Selects, aligns and secures holding fixtures, cutting tools or materials onto machines.
• Manufactures jigs, fixtures, dies, molds, machine tools, cutting tools, gauges, and production tooling used in manufacturing processes.
• Utilizes knowledge of machines and tools including their designs, uses, repair and maintenance to perform assignments.
• Verifies conformance of finished product to specifications.
• Identifies and repairs minor machine malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining, and adjusts machine controls as required.
• Confers with supervisors, production personnel, programmers, engineers or others to resolve machining or assembly problems.
• Reads and interprets blue prints.
• Adjust machine settings to complete tasks accurately, according to specifications.
• Installs dies on machines using clamps, bolts and other hand tools.
Education and/or Experience: High school diploma, general education degree (GED) and equivalent knowledge gained through formal education including vocational training. Typically requires a minimum of 7 years of machine shop experience. Ability to use shop mathematics, drawings and measuring tools.