• CNC Programmer

    Job Locations US-IL-Oswego
    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(6/27/2018 9:57 AM)
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  • Overview

    Radiac Abrasives, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of conventional bonded and superabrasives. For more than 100 years, Radiac has delivered industry leading technology and quality products and service to the metal finishing industry.


    We are currently looking for experienced CNC Programmers to join our manufacturing team in Oswego, IL.


    We offer competitive wages and excellent insurance benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability and Life) plus a 401(k) retirement savings plan after 30 days of employment.


    1. Write programs for wheel manufacturing according to a given blueprint.
    2. Create, read, understand, and modify existing Mazatrol Conversational programs.
    3. Implement process to ensure programs are correct.
    4. Run machine programs producing to pre-established rates.
    5. Resolve day-to-day issues by working effectively with others.
    6. Other duties required to meet company needs as assigned by Supervisor.



    1. Ability to communicate read and write in English.
    2. Ability to write programs for Mazak lathe machine using conversational language.
    3. Ability to follow written and verbal instruction.

    Experience and Education:

    1. Minimum of 3 year experience programming Mazak machine using Cam software.
    2. High School Diploma or GED.
    3. Basic math skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.


    Essential Physical Requirements:

    1. 20/20 vision required with or without correction.
    2. Ability to use hands 100% of the workday.
    3. Ability to stand and or walk 100% of the workday.
    4. Ability to bend, stoop or twist 50% of the workday.
    5. Ability to exert physical force to push, pull, lift or carry 50 pounds occasionally.
    6. Ability to work in shop environment 


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