Turning Operator

Company Name:
American NTN Bearing Mfg. Corp.
## Description
Machine Operators
NTK Precision Axle Corporation, located in Frankfort, Indiana, is a leading manufacturer of constant velocity joints and hub bearings for the automotive industry. NTK was previously named the Clinton County Company of the Year for 2011 and we take great pride in our people and our precision processes. We are in search of candidates to fill our CNC Turning Machine Operator positions. These are _direct hire/full-time_ positions available in our Constant Velocity Joint (CVJ) department and our Hub Bearings (HUB) department.
Job Expectations:
Machine Operations - Check specs, load/unload production lines, use measurement tools, 100% manual inspection of parts, change/adjust production tooling, completion of production paperwork. Additional Duties - Daily preventative maintenance, remove and dispose of chips/shavings, replenish fluids/lubricants, and 5S cleaning responsibilities.
Position Hours:
2nd shift; 2:50pm - 11:00pm
3rd shift; 10:50pm - 7:00am
Applicant Requirements:
Must have manufacturing experience, be a self-motivated individual, demonstrate strong mechanical aptitude, have a great attendance record, enjoy a fast-paced work environment, possess an innate drive to excel, and be able to work a 2nd or 3rd shift position. Candidate must be able to work weekend overtime as required.
NTK offers competitive compensation and benefits to include health, dental, vision, life, 401(k), and paid vacations and holidays. We provide an on-the-job training program to acclimate employees to our highly automated process. If you enjoy working in a team environment and like a challenging opportunity then NTK is the place for you.
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## Qualifications
## Job
## Primary Location
Russell Kelley
Job: Turning Operator
Primary Location: Indiana-Frankfort-741 S County Rd 200 West
Organization: Operations
Job Posting: Feb 26, 2013, 11:00:00 PM
Req ID: 741102

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