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CNC Machinist-Manufacturing Support

Phillips Corporation's US Federal Government Division is looking for an experienced CNC Machinist. We have been supplying manufacturing technology to the US Federal government since 1948. To attract, hire and retain virtuoso performers, we offer highly competitive compensation and benefits, a unique, collaborative philosophy and the opportunity to contribute mightily to a growing and dynamic organization.
This position will be based at Picatinny Arsennal in Wharton, NJ.
The ideal candidate will perform the following duties:
Provide waterjet and laser fabrication support for the manufacture of metal components such as prototype gunner protection kits as well as other ongoing and future programs.
Provide programming, setup, and operation of government owned equipment such as waterjet equipment manufactured by Flow IFB and laser cutting equipment manufactured by Trumpf, vertical machining centers and other CNC machining equipment.
Operate one (1) piece of equipment continuously full time during normal duty hours.
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
5 years of experience with Waterjet and Laser Manufacturing, general shop practices, and the use of manufacturing tools and technologies
Journeyman, Machinist, Tool and Die maker, or fifty (50) credits of relevant training and education
Based on the nature of our customers facilities, you must be a U.S. citizen and successfully pass a full background check. You must also have a current, valid drivers license and good driving record.
If you see yourself working on a great team of people who love what they do, please apply on our website today www.phillipscorp.com/usa/careers-us
Phillips Corporation is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer. We give equal consideration to all qualified candidates without regard to race, color, gender, nationality, disability or protected veteran status. Phillips Corporation is an E-verify participant.


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