• CNC Setup Machinist

    Job Locations US-CA-San Carlos
  • Overview

    This company is an ISO 9001:2008 and ITAR Certified precision manufacturing company specializing in close-tolerance machining located in San Carlos, CA. Founded in 1977 the company runs with an uncompromised value of manufacturing quality parts and delivering them on time.


    Each employee at this company knows and understands her/his role in satisfying their customers. The employees are talented and dedicated.


    This is a 13,000 sq ft facility with state of the art CNC technology. This company believes in investing in their employees, training them, allowing employees to thrive - all of this evidenced by the long average tenure of 15 year employees. This shop has a family feel. Employees are cared about and supported. This role offers great opportunities for advancement to grow into leadership for the right candidate.


    Benefits include but are not limited to:

    Dental and vision insurance,

    Medical insurance covered 75% by employer,

    1 week PTO,

    Paid holidays,

    Paid sick days,

    Company holiday party, 



    We are looking for a talented CNC Lathe or Mill Setup Machinist to work on tight tolerance parts working with exotic materials such as Nickle based alloys

    There's a chance to work on machines with live tooling and other technologies for the right person

    Typical shift times start at either 7am or 8am (there's some flexibility here, depending on need)



    • 5 - 10 years of setting up Lathes or Mills
    • Live tooling, programming optimization and other similar competencies would be great!
    • A desire to grow and learn!



    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex including sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, disability, protected Veteran Status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.



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