CNC Programmer

Green Bay, Wisconsin
Skilled Trades
04-09-2019
Bay Metal Works Inc.
Depends on Experience  Hourly
Full time
First Shift

Headquartered in Green Bay, Wisconsin, the Bay family of companies has grown from its humble beginnings as an overhead door company to be among America's largest producers and distributors of insulation materials for both commercial and residential properties.
The Bay Family of Companies are nationwide diversified businesses whose primary product lines include insulation, windows, and overhead doors; servicing commercial, retail and automotive customers around the globe. Our businesses encompass distribution, sales, service and manufacturing with operations in 22 states. Our operations encompass modern equipment and state-of-art technology. As a service-oriented company, we take pride in all our products and services. We use only the finest materials, holding each of our product lines to the highest standard of quality.

Bay Metal Works is looking for an entry-level Laser Programmer with a strong understanding of nesting i.e. the laying out of cutting patterns within CNC cutting machines to minimize waste of materials and to meet production requirements. This position has a primary responsibility for all set-ups and production runs to cut out metal parts for manufacturing. 

 

What you will do:

• You will receive orders from the production control servers and then program specifications into laser cutting machines for production of metal parts

• You will nest (lay out cutting patterns) orders for the cutting process per the provided specifications

• You will manage the daily work load for the Bystronic and Amada laser machines as well as our waterjet and plasmas.

 

This is an entry-level position and while we will train, we are looking for someone with:

• The ability to work well within a team environment to produce quality materials for our production and manufacturing teams

• Solid organizational and time management skills

• Strong problem solving and computer skills

• Familiarity with reading and comprehending blue prints/schematics

• Understanding of tolerances as described on blue prints