U.S. Arms Company seeks qualified candidates to join our team.
Candidates may apply by downloading our application and submitting the following required documents: Signed application, resume, cover letter, and references. A timed aptitude test, administered onsite, is required for potential employment.
The position requires the technical skills necessary to develop and implement robust manufacturing processes for precision CNC machined parts and assemblies.
U.S. Arms Company focuses on the machining of aluminum, titanium, stainless steel, aluminum nickel bronze, and occasionally carbon fiber. We now machine parts up to 4 axis milling and 4 axis turning, and we are in the process of adding 5 axis milling and mill turn capability. U.S. Arms Company excels at manufacturing precision-machined parts and assemblies for Government and Industrial customers. Also, the U.S. Arms Company line of high-end components is well respected in the industry. Our expertise in these areas provides us with many growth opportunities.
- A Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical, Manufacturing, Industrial or similar engineering field with (5) five years of Manufacturing Engineering experience in a CNC machining environment or (10) ten years of Manufacturing Engineering experience in a CNC machining environment (without a degree) is required
- Demonstrates proficiency with CAD (solid modeling) and CAM software
- Previous experience with SolidWorks, CATIA, Mastercam and/or Vericut
- Proficient with GD&T
- Demonstrates a professional and positive attitude as well as a passion for continual improvement
- Demonstrates strong time management skills with the ability to effectively coordinate multiple projects
- Aerospace experience a plus
- CMM experience a plus
- Must be able to communicate effectively with customers, management, and co-workers
Under moderate supervision, inspects work for defects in all phases of the process. Checks first and last parts produced and subsequent spot checks. Responsible for inspecting quality of work produced on machines or assembly process. This hands-on position requires skills and experience working with high precision machined parts and assemblies. Our focus is the government and industrial sectors as well as the U.S. Arms line of high-end patented components.
- Performs first article inspections and documents in Net-inspect software.
- Performs receiving inspection on assembly hardware and raw materials and verifies certifications and compares to purchase orders.
- Inspects contract machining and/or outside processing work and verify the certifications.
- Read and interpret blue prints and mechanical drawings
- Complete in-process inspections daily
- Complete inspection audit of finished parts to send to special processing.
- Read, interpret, and document on job work order router.
- Ensure identification and traceability of product from receipt of materials through shipment to customer
- Inspection of tooling from the Tool Room.
- Calibrate inspection gages and tooling and enter into calibration software.
- Writing of “Rejection Tags” for discrepant parts from Thomson and suppliers.
- Work with Purchasing, Engineering, and Production Control to complete inspections so that finished product may be shipped.
- Train inspectors, machine operators, and others in the proper use and calibration of gages, fixtures, and tooling.