Employment

We, as employees of Deringer-Ney Inc., are very proud of our Company and the value of the products we manufacture. It is our belief that Deringer-Ney Inc. is only as good as the people we hire; therefore, we take great pride and value in the individuals we select for employment. We promote a very friendly, pleasant, fair, and safe work environment for all. We are open to new ideas and better ways of servicing our customers and our employees. Finding improved ways of doing business is the key to continued growth and success for the Company as well as for you. Deringer-Ney Inc. has enjoyed continued growth and we plan to continue that trend. If our culture sounds like something you would enjoy being a valuable part of, please review our job opportunities and we would like to hear from you.

Screw Machine Setup A -  Bloomfield, CT
1st and 2nd Shift needed

 

Essential Job Functions:

  • Assembles shop order, tooling and materials required for the next run to be set up.
  • Verifies current Rev levels on all shop order documentation.
  • Assess all tool change-outs required to convert existing set up to the next job. This includes material handling equipment, collet and guide bushing.
  • Removes previous tooling and installs new tools according to the shop order department set-up sheet.
  • Up loads both front and back programs per the item to be manufactured.
  • Performs any adjustments necessary to the program to meet all dimensional and surface requirements per the quality documentation.
  • Provides Inspection with First Piece samples upon completion of the set-up.
  • Monitors the production of parts from all operating machines during the course of the run to identify tool wear conditions.
  • Works with the department engineer on part and process development for continuous improvement and cost reductions.
  • Performs a thorough clean out of the machine at the end of the run to keep material issued to the job identified with the job.
  • Records any pertinent notes on the set up sheet requiring investigation by the department engineer for process or program modifications.
  • Maintains the machines for clean, safe operation by the operator. This includes fluid levels and solution densities where appropriate.
  • Keeps tooling and workstation in a neat and orderly manner.
  • Performs any external set-up tasks available to minimize machine down time between set-ups.
  • Performs any and all of the operator’s functions in the absence of the operator or during lunch and breaks.
  • Attains and prepares additional rod stock utilizing the department lathe.
  • Assembles shop packets including tooling, blue prints, and the shop order and travelers.
  • Performs the process of cleaning of scrap turnings generated by the screw machines.
  • Responsible for maintaining a safe and clean work environment.
  • Responsible for ensuring all costs, tooling, material, and labor, associated with a shop, order are properly applied.
  • Responsible for notifying the department supervisor of any supply shortages, safety hazards, or machine related problems, requiring attention.

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Knowledge of safe operation of CNC machines including all key functions of the control panel.
  • Thorough understanding of machining process for the purpose of trouble shooting and correcting surface defects.
  • Ability to perform program offsets to maintain part integrity.
  • Ability to work on more than one machine simultaneously taking advantage of cycle time to do other functions.
  • Functional knowledge of MeasureLink.
  • Ability to perform dimensional measurements utilizing Shadowgraphs, Micrometers, Calipers, Pin Gages, and Depth Gages.
  • Thorough understanding of the shop order and QAP requirements.
  • Ability to differentiate minute imperfections in the inspection process.
  • Understanding of specific customer requirements through the use of blueprints and item QAP’s.
  • Ability to maintain all documentation requirements.
  • Knowledge of M2M functions as they pertain to inventory transactions and labor ticket entry.
    Capable of making dependable judgement decisions of quality aspects not related to quantitative measurement.
  • Ability to communicate with and participate with team members.
  • Ability to modify or sharpen tooling as required

Training and Experience:

  • High school education
  • Blue print reading. Understanding of Geometric Tolerance a plus.
  • Thorough understanding of customer requirements as they pertain to surface and dimensional differences.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Minimum 2 years machining experience.
  • Minimum 1-year set-up experience.

For all positions at the Bloomfield Connecticut facility contact:
email: Resumes@DeringerNey.com
or
Apply On-Line

Deringer-Ney Inc.
Human Resources
353 Woodland Ave
Bloomfleld, CT 06002
Fax: 860-286-6113

ITAR/EAR Requirements:

Presently, all positions at Deringer Ney, Inc. require access to information or technology that is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and/or other US government security regulations. These regulations do not permit access rights to non-US citizens or to other unauthorized individuals. Therefore, all applicants must be US Citizens or US Permanent Residents ("green card holders") to be considered for a position.