Husky’s Milton, Vermont Team is looking for Advanced CNC Machinists to join our growing team! We want to hear from you!
*****What Husky Can Offer You*****
1. Base hourly rates starting at a minimum of $29 (for Advanced CNC Machinists) and determined based on the skills, qualification and experience you bring to the role!
2. Shift Premiums among the best in the area!
Our Afternoon Shift Premium is 25% and works Monday through Friday, 1:30PM to 9:30PMOur Evening Shift Premium is 40% and works Sunday evening through Friday morning 9:30PM – 5:30AM
This means If you come into Husky with a base hourly rate of $29 and work on our afternoon shift, your hourly pay becomes $36.25 per hour! If you prefer to work the evening shift, your hourly pay becomes $40.60 per hour!
3. Your experience may qualify you for a $3,000 SIGN ON BONUS paid out to you within 30 days of your start date!
4. Relocation stipend will be provided.
5. Outstanding 401(k) Program! After 1 year of service, Husky will contribute 5% of your base salary into your plan PLUS they will also match 100% of your contributions to a maximum of 5% of your salary. That’s a total of 15% annually in your Retirement Plan, with Husky contributing 10%!
Husky is a company with a strong foundation built on innovation, close customer relationships, a strong sense of community with a unique culture and values. We are looking for people with the inspiration and talent to develop with us as we pursue our ambitious growth strategy.
Husky offers a wealth of opportunity for personal growth and development. Most importantly, Husky offers an opportunity to work with – and be challenged by – a team of great people. Our success is possible because of the creativity, intelligence and passion of our people around the world and their desire to lead change. At the same time, we are not afraid to expect a lot and strive for leadership in all of our key markets. We are a company taking on new challenges and for the right people this means exceptional career development opportunities, the chance to be part of a team that is the best in the world at what we do and the experience that comes from working in an environment that demands constant transformation and innovation.
Husky’s United States manufacturing facility is located in Milton, Vermont on a large, beautiful campus located just 30 minutes north of downtown Burlington, Vermont. Features include an onsite cafeteria, open office concept, fitness center, intramural sports activities and clean, state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities with outstanding safety records. We offer a great work environment, competitive total compensation, 700 acres of private land to walk, bike, run or cross-country ski, a 200,000 square foot bright, clean machine shop and an attractive benefits package.
- Set up and maintain tooling in peak condition
- Understand specifications and the desired result by reading mechanical drawings, etc.
- Translate instructions into computer commands so the machines can perform the correct function
- Prepare and load raw materials and parts onto the machines
Supervise the machine while it executes the program and make any necessary adjustments to produce the desired result
- Inspect and measure finished products and compare them with requirements to determine if the process has been completely properly
- Maintain equipment by completing preventative maintenance requirements; troubleshooting malfunctions; calling for repair
- Maintains continuity among shifts by documenting and communicating any actions taken or needed
- Make subjective quality decisions regarding part cosmetics/aesthetics
- Provide key information on machining operation for maintenance during troubleshooting
- Provide technical leadership and training to entry and intermediate machinists
- Investigate and perform root cause analysis on non-conformance and scrap events
- Communicate as required with team leader, quality analyst and programming support on findings and correct dispositioning
- Support process manufacturing capability studies and improvement projects
- Be the primary point of contact for operations representation in manufacturing reviews
- Conduct audits of manufacturing processes
Regrind or alter standard tooling to meet custom feature requirements
- Program and edit parts, write macro sub-routines as necessary to facilitate operation of unattended equipment
- Develop tool specification and procure for machining various dimensional characteristics
- Perform machine set up and first piece program/part validation for any ‘one-off’ prototype job that is new to area
- High school diploma or high school equivalency required
- High level experience/knowledge of CNC machining required
- Ability to read and interpret mechanical documents and drawings
- Basic computer knowledge required
- Strong understanding of machine controllers (PLC’s and CNC’s)
- Excellent mechanical aptitude and math skills required
- Good communication skills
- Ability to lift 40 pounds