• R&D Programmer/Machinist - CNC

    Job Locations US-CA-Irvine
  • Overview

    This ISO certified company was founded in 1982 and serves various industries including medical, aerospace, industrial, and military. Additionally, their complex products are made of diverse materials such as stainless steel, colbalt, titanium alloys and aircraft grade aluminum alloys. Located in Irvine, CA, they have been continuously growing into a technologically advanced organization with the latest and greatest machinery. Their 36,000 square foot facility currently holds 60 CNC machines and roughly 70 employees and is poised for substantial growth in 2019. 


    As a R&D Programmer/Machinist, you will given the opportunity to take projects from cradle to grave. And, for the right candidate, the chance to expand and grow (by working with 5 axis machines!) your CNC knowledge. 


    This is a first shift position, beginning at around 6:30 AM (however there is some flexbility in terms of the exact starting time). 


    Benefits include: 2 weeks of PTO, regular holidays, sick time, medical, dental, and vision insurance, and a 401k with some company match. 


    • Program with Mastercam lathes and 3-4 axis mills (5 axis would be great, but not required)
    • Set up and operate similiar machines, ensuring efficient production capabilities 


    • Strong programming and set up experience on 3-4 axis mills and lathes
    • Mastercam knowledge required 
    • Ability to work with little to no supervision 
    • R&D and or prototype machining experience preferred 
    • Familiarity with Okumas a plus 


    AMC is an an Equal Opportunity employer. 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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