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Employee Type - Full-Time EmployeeExperience - Not SpecifiedIndustries - Management



  • Set up and operate CNC Milling machines using information sheets and direction given by the CNC programmers.
  • Manual operation of milling machines
  • Cutting operations on table saw to cut epoxy blocks to size.
  • Prototype and Final tool finishing, sampling, and testing (Includes drilling, grinding, sanding, polishing, sample machine operation, and product fit testing)
  • Epoxy casting (includes weighing, mixing, pouring and curing of epoxy resin to create work pieces for mills)
  • Drill and tap operations when required to mount tools on plates for production
  • Machine maintenance (includes scheduled cleaning, oiling, greasing of moving parts, and repairs when necessary)
  • Ensures that 5S housekeeping practices are followed
  • Builds quality into all aspects of work

Skills Required:

  • Minimum high school diploma and one year certificate from college or technical school;  1 year experience or a combination or education and experience
  • Experience in set up and operation of CNC milling machines a definite asset
  • Experience in use of table saw.
  • Experience in Vacuum Forming is an asset
  • Proficient with 2D and 3D set-ups
  • Aptitude for operating all mold shop machinery (mill, table saw, router, drill press, band saw etc.)
  • Experience reading mechanical drawings
  • Proven ability to measure to 3 decimal places using vernier calipers
  • A mechanical aptitude is preferred
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Computer literacy, basic Windows navigation required
  • AutoCAD / SolidWorks software experience a definite asset
  • General fabrication experience is an asset
  • Available to work extra hours to meet production deadlines as required
  • A solid understanding of Health & Safety regulations
  • Must have a strong sense of urgency
  • 5S experience an asset
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • May be required to work some afternoons based on business requirements

The Array way

Whether you are working in the engineering department in Long Island, the design studio in Toronto or around the world on the manufacturing floor, Array is a place that invests in our people and recognizes their success. We believe in open, honest communication and the input of all of our employees.

At Array, we foster a culture of mutual respect, innovation, collaboration and pride. From encouraging calculated risks that lead to innovation to providing access to education, on-site learning and the best technology and materials, we promise to provide a safe, creative, ethical and nurturing environment to build a dynamic career.

Diversity and Equal Opportunity Employment

Array is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, Aboriginal/Native American status or any other legally-protected factors. Disability-related accommodations during the application process are available upon request.

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