Swiss CNC Programmer - swiss lathes, swiss turn, cnc programming

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Medvec Resources Group
Swiss CNC Programmer swiss lathes, swiss turn, cnc programming
A division of a high technology corporation is expanding due to growth of sales. This division has the latest cnc machining, swiss cnc turning and automation equipment. Our client offers technical and employee development to increase the skill level of CNC programming, cutting tool application and machining software. This corporation offers, bonuses, low cost insurance, 401K and paid time off starting with a least 2 weeks of vacation. They will also provide relocation assistance for employees hired out of their area. This is a great career opportunity for individuals wanting to stay on top of the latest swiss lathe technology.
We are searching for a CNC Programmer to support process development on new CNC swiss lathes. The CNC Programmer will generate CNC code to optimize CNC programs. The ability to calculate cycle times, select tooling, program set up, prove out processes and train others is needed. Knowledge of Partmaker, Esprit or CAM software is preferred. We will consider candidates with manual swiss lathe CNC programming. Past experience on Citizen, Tsugami, Star, Nomura, Nexturn, Hanwha, Tornos Deco or other brands of swiss CNC lathes will be considered. This is a great opportunity for individuals who came up through the ranks and gained CNC Programming experience. The CNC Swiss Lathe Programmer will work from the engineering office and create all new processes. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of experience programming swiss CNC lathes and strong problem solving skills.
MUST HAVE: 5 years of experience programming swiss CNC lathes. Candidates with cam software and cad skills are preferred. Past experience converting 3D models in cam software is a plus, but not required. The CNC Programmer will need experience developing all new programs from scratch.
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