QuEST Global Experienced CMM Programmer in Lafayette, Indiana
Experienced CMM Programmer
Essential Job Functions:
QuEST is seeking an individual to join our team to work remotely as an Offline CMM programmer delivering computer code and other instructions to automated coordinate measurement machines (CMM) run by factory personnel. These deliverables will ensure factory production personnel have the adequate tools to inspect finished product in conformance with engineering requirements. Primary responsibilities include:
Develop inspection strategy for high precision aerospace components to ensure compliance with engineering requirements.
Create and modify CMM off-line program utilizing PC-DMIS .
Output and edit output code to run automatically on requested CMM.
Create setup and supporting documentation to adequately instruct factory personnel on the loading and execution of automated inspection programs.
Organize and plan work effectively to produce output according to budget and schedule constraints.
Troubleshoot programming result errors and work holding issues with production personnel to optimize automated inspection results.
Modification and manipulation of 3D models using Catia V5.
Management of CMM programming data in PLM software, TeamCenter.
Interpreting and creation of ballooned drawings using Inspection Expert .
Secondary Job Functions:
At QuEST, we often challenge our team members to temporarily work outside the scope of their primary job functions to broaden their skills and help the organization. Some of these roles, tasks, and opportunities include:
Execution within multiple services
Project Management: Execution and Support
Onboarding and Professional Development: collaborate and mentor QuEST Team Members
Quality Management and Continuous Improvement
5 years’ manufacturing experience in a technical capacity such as CMM/CNC programmer, manufacturing engineer, tool designer, process planner, etc.
2 years’ Off-Line CMM Programming Experience.
Knowledge of CATIA, PC-DMIS, and TeamCenter or equivalents.
Proficient reading and interpreting blueprints
Proficient with GD&T both ASME Y14.5 1994 and ASME Y14.5 2009 requirements.
Excellent communication and teamwork skills. Must be able to communicate effectively with manufacturing engineering, precision inspection personnel and shop floor employees.
Good computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
Previous experience using SharePoint 2010 and SAP a plus
Ability to develop and present business correspondences required
Experience working in ambiguous situations, such as taking action when all the information is not available, required
Strong communication skills and ability to work well within a team environment but can also be self-directed required
Physical Requirements & Work Environment:
Mostly Office Environments. Occasional Shop Floor involvement
Substantial amounts of telephone and computer work.
Heavily Regulated Industries with strict adherence to procedures.
Flexibility to meet business deadlines by staying late or arriving early.
Typical 8 hour days plus lunch / 40 hour weeks / core (required) hours are 9 AM to 4 PM
Ability to use personal transportation to visit customer locations.
Due to the nature of the work, all candidates must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Location: Lafayette, IN
Compensation Type: Salary
Reports to: Team Lead
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Associate Degree-Mechanical Engineering