Miyano Applications Technician / Engineer- M and G code

Miyano Applications Technician / Engineer- M and G code
Company Work Location: Allendale, NJ
Salary: $60,000 - $65,000

We are looking for Precision Machinist candidates. Make sure you must add "Precision Machining experience in your resume before you apply to this job. We prefer experience from "Medical device, dental, orthopedic, Biological, Military related clients/industry experience preferred"
Relocation Expenses is provided.

Job Description:
Seeking qualified individual to set-up, program, operate, test and troubleshoot Miyano CNC machines. Willing to train. Opportunities for growth.

JOB Responsibilities:
Provide customer support via phone on by traveling to customer sites
Perform installation of machines at customer facilities
Align and interface the bar feed unit
Provide customer instruction on programming, setup and operation
Perform first part run off; ensuring machine acceptance
Perform machine programming per customer specifications
Phone support for troubleshooting; daily and heavy at times
Will be trained on applications tasks and responsibilities.
Travel required; typically same day to assist customers. Occasionally overnight or
two day stays required


3-5 years experience in programming, Setup, and operation of machine tools specifically Miyano (Citizen helpful) machines
Knowledge and applications of machine tool products, options and functions
Mechanical and electrical experience preferred in CNC Machine Tools
Independently motivated, collaborative team player
Ability to articulate through example CNC programming process efficiencies implemented in tight-tolerance machining environments.
Prior experience with Esprit and Solidworks (open to consider other CNC and CAD software language experience)
Post processor programming experience for Miyano and Tsugami CNC multi-spindle lathes (Citizens and Mori Seiki - are a bonus!)
In-depth experience with M and G code
Experience with metal machining using multi-spindle lathes (copper, brass, aluminum, and steel alloys)
? Solid on-going commitment to continuous process improvements Candidates needed in New Jersey

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