Millennium Precision is seeking team oriented people to help in our manufacturing operations.
We are a growing, employee focused contract manufacturer of Precision Swiss style machined components for multiple markets.
Please submit your resume to jobs@millenniumprecision.com

Careers With Millennium Precision

Current Available Positions

Manufacturing Engineer

Requirements:

  • Primary responsibility is to the manufacturing floor. Daily awareness of all jobs running and where/if there are any manufacturing or setup issues.
  • Responsible for direct involvement with the cell leads to define and solve issues that are inhibiting the ability for jobs to be efficient and profitable.
  • Assures and works with the cell lead machinists on trouble shooting and reducing setup times.
  • Develops and improves manufacturing processes of product and manufacturing methods including CNC programming, as it relates to efficient and effective machining processes, maximize tool life, eliminate risk of defect and improve equipment uptime.
  • Responsible for performing necessary tasks using Solid Works / CAD software.
  • Responsible for preparing production with programming and tooling for released work orders.
  • Responsible for minimizing/eliminating any secondary work by way of tooling / programming.
  • Responsible for the development of optimal and efficient operation of equipment to achieve customer and company objectives.
  • Assures product and process quality by designing testing methods; testing finished product and process capabilities, establishing standards and confirming manufacturing process.
  • Completes design and development projects by training and guiding employees.
  • Responsible for understanding the company’s Quality Management System and utilizing it as a tool for compliance and continual improvement.
  • Responsible for reporting any issues, problems, abnormalities, needs, etc. immediately to management that may be detrimental to the goals of the customer and company; including, but not limited to, material, tooling, maintenance, safety, etc.
  • Responsible for immediately communicating any issues or perceived issues of product non-compliance to management.
  • Responsible for following and adhering to all company policies, procedures and ethics.
  • Responsible for engineering requirements that may arise from the developments of products.
  • To perform other duties as stated by management.

Education:

  • 2-4 year technical degree, or equivalent, in programming / machining
  • 5-10 years of experience in Swiss machining

 

Cell Lead Machinist


Description:

Responsible for set-up (including programming if needed) and/or manufacturing (production) of part to the supplied customer print to achieve total print compliance. The development of optimal and efficient operation of equipment to achieve customer and company objectives.

Requirements:

  • Experience with Citizen CNC Swiss Machines required and Mitsubishi controls.
  • Knowledge of advanced set up, machine speeds and feeds for materials and tools.
  • Ability to lead a team of operators who require technical assistance and to know what operators are doing at all times.
  • Work closely with Manufacturing Engineer Tech to optimize tooling, reduce scrap, and improve efficiency.
  • Experience with the selection and use of the measuring tools required to inspect product.
  • Must be able to work independently, but demonstrate the ability to work productively in a team environment.
  • To be responsible for good, quality parts from his/her team of operators. Quality, no exceptions, builds it right the first time and does not deviate from the process.
  • Adhere to company policies and escalate nonconformance to your supervisor.
  • Ensure team of operators are doing due diligence with in-process inspection reports.
  • Ability to cross-train your team of operators to allow for flexibility.
  • Familiar with ISO requirements and understand company’s quality management system and utilizing it.
  • Ensure all tools, measuring devices, etc. used to verify customer parts compliance are calibrated and fit for service.
  • Organization skills key to managing multiple tasks and being successful.
  • Maintains safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations.
  • Positive morale, which is very important to a team leader.
  • Shows ownership.  Take it and run with it.  Enjoy it!

Education:

  • Minimum Requirements: HS Diploma or equivalent
  • Preferred: Two-year certificate in machine trades.
  • Required: Experience in CNC Swiss machining and set-up
  • Required: One-year experience guiding a team of individuals

1st & 2nd Shift – Swiss CNC Operator/Setup Machinist


Description:

This position is responsible for the daily set up and operation of their assigned machines.

Requirements:

  • Experience with Citizen CNC Swiss Machines preferred and Mitsubishi controls.
  • Knowledge of advanced set up, machine speeds and feeds for materials and tools.
  • Understand how to read, write and edit G&M Codes.
  • Able to read and interpret drawing requirements, including the interpretation and meaning of GD&T.
  • Able to use simple math to perform basic calculations.
  • Experience with the selection and use of the measuring tools required to inspect product.
  • Must be able to work independently, but demonstrate the ability to work productively in a team environment.
  • Familiar with ISO requirements
  • Maintains safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations

Education:

  • Minimum Requirements: HS Diploma or equivalent
  • Preferred: Two-year certificate in machine trades.
  • Required: Experience in CNC Swiss machining and set-up

Secondary Operations – 2nd Shift

Requirements:

  • Ability to work with basic hand tools (hand grinders, deburring tools).
  • Ability to run drill presses, sanders and, at times, a pedestal grinder.
  • Ability to lift up to 40-50lbs. at times.
  • Ability to multitask between assignments.
  • Deburring very small parts under a microscope is a plus.
  • Ability to spin metal chips with Millennium’s chip spinner.
  • Prepare bar stock for the Swiss machines on the shop floor.
  • Someone who comes to work on time every day, who can be trusted to complete the jobs that are assigned daily with no issues.
  • Be a team player.
  • Ability to work unsupervised

Education:

  • Minimum Requirements: HS Diploma or equivalent

Benefits
Package

  • 100% Company paid Medical
  • 100% Company paid Dental
  • 100% Company paid Vision Care
  • 100% Company paid Life Insurance
  • Company matched Retirement Plan
  • Paid vacation / Sick time
  • Vacation time buyback program
  • Paid holidays
  • Tool purchase program
  • Clean, Safe, Enjoyable place to work!