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​Machinist Tasks:
•    Calculate dimensions or tolerances, using instruments such as micro meters or dial calipers.
•    Machine parts to specifications, using machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, or grinders.
•    Set up, adjust, or operate basic or specialized machine tools used to perform precision machining operations.
•    Align and secure holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, or materials onto machines.
•    Measure, examine, or test completed units to check for defects and ensure conformance to specifications, using precision instruments, such as micro meters.
•    Monitor the feed and speed of machines during the machining process.
•    Maintain machine tools in proper operational condition.
•    Study sample parts, blueprints, drawings, or engineering information to determine methods or sequences of operations needed to fabricate products.
•    Operate equipment to verify operational efficiency.
•    Check work pieces to ensure that they are properly lubricated or cooled.
•    Program computers or electronic instruments, such as numerically controlled machine tools.
•    Diagnose machine tool malfunctions to determine need for adjustments or repairs.
•    Confer with engineering, supervisory, or manufacturing personnel to exchange technical information.
•    Lay out, measure, and mark metal stock to display placement of cuts.
•    Fit and assemble parts to make or repair machine tools.
•    Generate contacts to increase production and efficiencies, via CNC machinery.
•    Conduct and log weekly R&D time in regards to implement Circular Interpolation and G-codes.
•    Cross train with Processing to learn equipment to assist and/or backup department, when needed.
•    Responsible for house-keeping in area you are working in, to ensure it remains neat and clean. At the end of the day, the last 15 minutes is dedicated to picking up and putting away tools and sweeping the floor.

Processing Tasks:

  • Repair or maintain the operating condition of industrial production or processing machinery or equipment.

  • Disassemble machinery or equipment to remove parts and make repairs.

  • Observe and test the operation of machinery or equipment to diagnose malfunctions, using voltmeters or other testing devices.

  • Clean, lubricate, or adjust parts, equipment, or machinery.

  • Study blueprints or manufacturers' manuals to determine correct installation or operation of machinery.

  • Cut and weld metal to repair broken metal parts, fabricate new parts, or assemble new equipment.

  • Enter codes and instructions to program computer-controlled machinery.

  • Demonstrate equipment functions and features to machine operators.

  • Efficiently, burn out component parts accurately from supplied blueprints and/or electronic files.

  • Productively, operate all corresponding Processing equipment.

  • Keep accurate electronic records of parts produced to maximize production.

  • Extend knowledge and expertise to other members of the material processing team; cross training.


  • Adaptability:

    • Able to deal with frequent changes, delays, or events that may modify the tasks or scope of work for projects as directed.​

  • Attendance & Punctuality:

    • Standard working hours are from 7:00am to 3:00pm or as required to accomplish project goals and expectations.

    • Is punctual when attending meetings, when necessary.

  • Dependability:

    • Completes tasks in a timely manner.

    • Takes responsibility for own actions.

    • Accepts designated responsibility and follows through on commitments.

    • Commits to additional hours when necessary to accomplish project goals and expectations.​

  • Initiative:

    • Volunteers readily.

    • Undertakes self-development activities.

    • Seeks increased responsibilities.

    • Asks for and offers help when needed.

    • Invests in Talent Investment training, when opportunities arise.

  • Organizational Support:

    • Follows the organizational chain of command.

    • Supports organization's goals and values.

  • Professionalism:

    • Approaches others in a tactful manner.

    • Reacts well under pressure.

    • Treat others with respect and consideration, regardless of their status and position.

  • Quality:

    • Looks for ways to improve and promote quality.

    • Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness.

    • Complies with internal in-process and final inspection processes.​


As a dynamic company serving a global market, Moran Iron Works is always on the lookout for knowledgeable, highly skilled, professional people who share our passion for quality.

We are a drug free, Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) committed to providing equal opportunity for the participation of all qualified persons in all job classifications without regard to race, color, sex, marital status, age, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other factor, the consideration of which is prohibited by law.

Moran Iron Works values people as individuals, not as “workers” or “staff.” We create goals and plans for professional and personal growth, recognizing that not everyone is the same…and there’s greatness in differences. We believe our company’s success is a direct result of our passion for doing great work and taking on the responsibility and accountability to do what it takes to have our customers be more than satisfied with their projects.

When clients choose to work with us, they know they’re getting the professionalism, experience, knowledge, and skill that Moran Iron Works is known for. Simply stated, we’re a close-knit group of Passionate People @ Peak Performance.

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