CMM Programmer – Operator

Direct Hire

CMM Programmer/Operator

We'd like someone to work around 8 am – 4:30 pm (M-F, some Saturdays), to have coverage on both shifts.

Starting at $24/hour, estimated max starting rate is $31/hour.


Inspect machined parts for quality and defects to ensure that parts meet print specifications and customer requirements. This requires programming and operation of Browne & Sharpe CMM equipment, operating with PC-DMIS software.

No direct supervisory responsibility


  • Inspect and document machined parts for quality and compliance to print specifications
  • Advise Group Leader or Supervisor of any discrepancies
  • Develop CMM programs when required for new product, drawing revisions.
  • Run part programs through the CMM (Coordinate Measurement Machine) and interpret CMM output.
  • Responsible for the safe use of inspection tools and equipment
  • Collect and record inspections for in-process parts
  • Conduct visual inspections for burrs, sharp edges, and flaws
  • Assist in monitoring all machine adjustments for accuracy
  • Assist in calibrations of gages
  • Report any problem that they may encounter to the Quality Manager
  • Follow safety procedures and wear safety equipment as required
  • All other duties as assigned


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty and responsibility. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • An understanding of GD&T, Metrology and SPC
  • 3 years on-the-job training as an inspector
  • Computer knowledge
  • Able to read and understand blueprints
  • Ability to use CMM’s and other various equipment
  • Ability to program CMM using PC-DMIS


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  • Single lifts of up to 25 lbs
  • Sitting/Standing for the full shift (except for breaks and lunch)
  • Bending at the waist and legs
  • Two handed dexterity for computer use
  • Eyesight needed to read
  • Moderate to heavy lifting, walking, standing, bending and reaching


The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

  • Office Space – Climate controlled
  • Industrial Space– Fans provided in summertime, but not climate controlled. Heat provided in wintertime, but facility still subject to temperature variation.
  • Noisy work environment: ear plugs are available throughout facility for everyone.
  • Smoke/haze due to machines operating, have floor fans and smog hogs throughout facility.
  • Safety glasses are required in the shop
  • Steel-toed (or equivalent) protective footwear required in manufacturing areas.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform duties. Please see Human Resource Manager if you need a medical or disability accommodation.


  • Performing work in a manner, which meets all handbook requirements.
  • Performing work in a manner, which ensures the safety of personnel, the public, and the environment.
  • Performing work in a manner which follows all statutory and regulatory requirements.
  • Performing work in a manner which meets all product and quality system
  • Initiate requests for non-conforming material review and disposition.
  • Initiate requests for corrective or preventive actions.
  • Participating in applicable and preventive actions.
  • Notify supervisor, manufacturing manager, and human resource manager of any safety violations or employee handbook/company policy violations
  • Notify any employee of potential violations in meeting product or quality system
  • Stop performing any work that is not in compliance with all product and quality system requirements until the non- compliance is resolved.
  • Take any actions necessary to meet customer requirements as long as such actions do not violate the company’s quality system or Employee Manual requirements
  • Ability to use a computer proficiently.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Outlook
  • Experience with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Power Point)
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbally with 3rd party suppliers
  • Experience with Maintenance Coordinator ACC a plus
  • Experience with another Computerized Maintenance Management System a plus
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