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Inside Machinist

Date: Jun 21, 2019

Location: Norfolk, VA, US, 23523

Company: National Steel and Shipbuilding Com

Shift : ALL

Security Clearance: No Clearance

 

General Dynamics NASSCO-Norfolk is the consolidation of two great shipyards that have operated in the Port of Hampton Roads, Virginia for more than 50 years - the former Metro Machine Corporation and the former Earl Industries.  Along with our facilities in Bremerton, Washington, our expertise encompasses experience on more than 450 ships, a Master Ship Repair Agreement (MSRA) contract, and the maintenance and repair of aircraft carriers and ships from the Navy's amphibious fleet.

 

JOURNEYPERSON 4

 

  • Sets up and operates conventional and special-purpose machines to fabricate metallic and nonmetallic parts, and fits and assembles machined parts into complete units. 

 

  • Selects, aligns, and secures holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials on machines, such as mills, lathes, jig borers, grinders and shapers.

 

  • Calculates and sets controls to regulate machining factors, such as speed, feed, coolant flow, and depth and angle of cut.

 

  • Starts and observes machine operation to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining and adjusts machine controls or control media as required.

 

  • Verifies conformance or finished work piece to specifications using precision measuring instruments. 

 

  • Set up and operates machine on trial run to verify accuracy of machine settings.

 

  • Fits and assemble parts into complete assembly, using jigs, fixtures, surface plate, surface table, hand tools and power tools.

 

  • Verifies dimensions and alignment of assembly using measuring instruments, such as micrometers, height gauges, and gauge blocks. 

 

  • May install machined replacement parts in mechanisms, machines and equipment and test operation of unit to ensure functionality and performance.

 

  • Knowledge of machine shop theory and procedures, shop mathematics, machinability of materials and layout techniques.

 

  • Blueprint reading, sketches, drawing, manuals, specifications or sample part to determine dimensions and tolerance of finished work piece, sequence of operations and setup requirements.  Measures, marks, scribes dimensions and reference points on material or work piece as guides for subsequent machining.

 

JOURNEYPERSON 3 (Inside Machinist)

 

  • Sets up and operates conventional and special-purpose machines to fabricate metallic and nonmetallic parts, and fits and assembles machined parts into complete units.

 

  • Selects, aligns, and secures holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials on machines, such as mills, lathes, jig borers, grinders and shapers.  Calculates and sets controls to regulate machining factors, such as speed, feed, coolant flow, and depth and angle of cut. 

 

  • Starts and observes machine operation to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining and adjusts machine controls or control media as required.  Verifies conformance of finished work piece to specifications, using precision measuring instruments. 

 

  • Sets up and operates machine on trial run to verify accuracy of machine settings.

 

  • Fits and assembles parts into complete assembly, using jigs, fixtures, surface plate, surface table, hand tools, and power tools.

 

  • Verifies dimensions and alignment of assembly using measuring instruments, such as micrometers, height gauges and gauge blocks. 

 

  • May install machined replacement parts in mechanisms, machines and equipment and test operation of unit to ensure functionality and performance.  Minimum supervision may be required.

 

  • Knowledge of machine shop theory and procedures, shop mathematics, machinability of materials and layout techniques.

 

  • Blueprint reading, sketches, drawing, manuals, specifications or sample part to determine dimensions and tolerance of finished work piece, sequence of operations and setup requirements. 

 

  • Measures, marks, scribes dimensions and reference points on material or work piece as guides for subsequent machining.

 

JOURNEYPERSON 2(Inside Machinist)

 

  • Set up and operates conventional and special purpose machine to fabricate and refurbish machine parts using basic machine shop equipment with working knowledge of machine shop theory and procedures, shop mathematics, layout techniques and blueprint reading with limited supervision.

 

  • Experienced in proper operation of the following equipment: turret lathe, boring mill, engine lathe, milling machine, drill press, grinders and use of shop measuring tools.

 

  • Should have inside machinist tools to include calipers, indicators, micrometers and cutting tools.

 

JOURNEYPERSON 1 (Inside Machinist)

 

  • Set up and operates conventional and special purpose machine to fabricate and refurbish machine parts using basic machine shop equipment with working knowledge of machine shop theory and procedures, shop mathematics, layout techniques and blueprint reading with supervision.

 

  • Experienced in proper operation of the following equipment:  turret lathe, boring mill, engine lathe, milling machine, drill press, grinders and use of shop measuring tools.

 

  • Should have basic hand tools associated with machinist trade.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

 

X

Carrying

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Lifting

X

Walking

X

Climbing

X

Pulling

 

 

X

Crawling

X

Sitting

 

 

X

Crouching

X

Standing

 

 

X

Hearing

X

Stooping

 

 

X

Kneeling

X

Talking

 

 

 

VISION REQUIREMENTS

 

The worker is required to have visual acuity to perform an activity such as: operating machines where the seeing job is at or within arm’s reach or performing mechanical or skilled trades tasks of a non-repetitive nature such as ones by electricians, technicians, service people, painters, mechanics, etc.

 

UNIQUE/ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

 

Must be able to climb on and around ships and walk to other yard areas and requires extended periods of standing and walking (75%). Inspections and work may require climbing ladders, working at heights, walking on scaffolding and observing co-workers using tools and equipment. Lifting/carrying tools and parts weighing up to 50 lbs. on frequent basis.  Standing, bending, sitting, reaching, pushing, pulling, crouching, kneeling, handling, finger dexterity, feeling, eye/hand/foot coordination, seeing, hearing required. Selecting appropriate tools for jobs, as per trade classification. Works in tight, confined work spaces on board ship and is exposed to varied temperatures, wind, wet and humid conditions, fumes, odors and dust, vibrations from ship and hand tools, constant moving machinery, possible toxic and caustic chemical.

 

 

 

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