Machinist III - 1st Shift in Rome, NY at BARTELL MACHINERY SYSTEMS, LLC

Date Posted: 11/13/2023

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  • Location:
    Rome, NY
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Job Description

The Position

This position is a member of the Machine Shop Department.  The Machinist 3 will report directly to the Machine Shop Supervisor. 

Job Description         

Primary Responsibilities 

  • Safety
    • Puts safety first above all else.
    • Works safely and assesses all situations before proceeding.
    • Keeps work area clean and free from hazards
    • Stays current on all training requirements
    • Uses guarding provided and does all necessary pre-work checks
  • Machine product to required specification
  • Set-up and operate CNC mills and lathes to produce an end product that meets or exceeds design specifications.
  • Create and document programs, where needed. Record proper set-up documentation.
  • Can come up with machining processes and programs to consistently hold tight tolerances, sometimes as tight as .0002”.
  • Inspection and documentation
  • Inspection of in-process product is required. Ensure product meets requirements. Make adjustments to machine tools to meet specifications. When required, document measurements on inspection sheets
  • Knowledge of machine tools, equipment, materials, inspection methods
  • Is able to set-up, program, operate and document processes on a variety of equipment.
  • Can use multiple brands of controls, such as Fanuc, Hurco, Mazak, Milltronics, and Mitsubishi as well as any others.
  • Can run manual machines such as lathes, mills, grinders, and other equipment.
  • Is able to troubleshoot issues and problems and come up with creative solutions.
  • Has a vast knowledge of different materials and how they react to different machining methods.
  • Has a vast knowledge of cutting tools and knows different grades, coatings, and geometries and how they affect machining.
  • Knows different inspection methods, has a clear understanding of GD&T and how to apply it to machining. Can use all different types of inspection tools and knows what tool is the best application for different features/tolerances.
  • Is familiar with and has used multiple machining techniques and what way is the most effective (cost & quality) to make parts.
  • Is highly productive and efficient when running jobs
  • Strive for Bartell excellence
  • Increase product knowledge, try new ideas and machining techniques, strive for a better and/or faster way of doing a job.
  • Train on any piece of equipment and train fellow associates on equipment they are experienced at with limited supervision
  • Miscellaneous
  • Have a good attitude, start work on time, work overtime when necessary, perform good housekeeping, communicate with others, be aware of his/her area and other’s safety, be a good team member.
  • Always be looking to be more efficient by running multiple machines at the same time, when and where possible. Be able to work in different work centers and departments such as fabrication or assembly if requested

Job Requirements      


  • High School Diploma or Equivalent with a minimum of 15 years of machining experience or show an extremely high aptitude for machining with past experience. Machining certificates required, whether they be “journeyman’s papers”, or other certificates demonstrating skill level applicable to the position.

Skills & Relevant Work Experience

  • Utilizes strong written and oral communication skills often and consistently. Clearly understands the department objectives. Highly interactive with cross functional team members
  • The employee shall have capabilities and experience to work in team environment to accomplish employee’s clear goals and objectives that support the overall departmental strategic plan. This employee also supports the corporate mission, vision, and core values – specific to the department contributions. Works well with other various departments
  • The employee shall be able to create set-ups and machine needed parts with little or no supervision. When direction is required, the employee should be able to seek out the proper personnel that will provide the direction
  • Understands business objectives, maintains a level of business integrity; proven success in facilities operations. Makes independent decisions under guidance of department management
  • Demonstrates self-discipline in organizing tasking to plan and meet time and budgetary constraints, quality, and procedures
  • Basic computer skills for time reporting and facility safety inspections
  • Professional and positive attitude with the initiative to cooperate in a team work environment
  • Fluency in English
  • Knowledge and ability to use mechanics tools
  • Machining and fabrication knowledge
  • Proven ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines
  • Strong mathematical skills, including trigonometry and geometry
  • Assembly of industrial equipment
  • Working knowledge of all Bartell manufacturing processes and technologies
  • Strong communication and conceptual skills

Travel Requirements: 0%



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