A 100-year tradition of quality
Cretex is a diversified family of manufacturing companies serving the medical market. Our companies share a common set of values, a common management system, and a pervasive focus on quality, customer service and responsiveness. We've been around for 100 years and by doing the right things well, we plan to be around for many more.
Upholding a true standard for ethical excellence
For nearly a century, Cretex has earned a reputation for consistently holding true to the core principles of honesty and integrity. Our employees take great pride in their work and the level of service they offer our customers. Because of this, our companies continue to earn the highest level of confidence and loyalty from our customers, suppliers, employees, owners and stakeholders.
Bringing the best together through technology and talent.
The Cretex Medical family of companies provide a broad range of contract manufacturing solutions to medical device OEMs. Our private ownership, long-term perspective and strong financial portfolio allow us to invest in the leading-edge manufacturing technologies and engineering resources required to meet the most exacting requirements of the medical device industry. Our growing portfolio of companies include rms, rms Surgical, Meier, JunoPacific, Spectralytics and QTS; providing manufacturing capabilities that include precision machining, plastic injection molding, micro stamping, metal forming, laser micromachining, surgical instruments and clean room assembly and packaging.
rms Surgical is a single-source provider of custom instrumentation and sterilization cases and trays for the medical device market. Complete design capability complements the sterilization case and tray manufacturing with an emphasis on fast turnaround of prototype and production requirements. The instrumentation manufacturing is supported by dedicated prototype capability and design for manufacturability support.
rms Surgical, a Cretex Medical Company, emerged from rms and JunoPacific, leading medical device manufacturing companies with a worldwide reputation for providing precision machined implants and other devices to the medical device industry. Join our dedicated team of professionals!
We are looking for a Machinist Intern to join our team. We are flexible with the work schedule/hours.
The Machinist Intern is a learning production position responsible for keeping the CNC machines maintained and producing quality parts. This machinist intern will perform standard and repetitive sequences of operations where programs are provided and setups are made and maintained by others. Operations include drilling, boring, milling and turning, requiring employees to be familiar with tooling and procedures and work with parts where tolerances are close, but not difficult to maintain. At this level the operator needs to be able to check parts for conformance to specifications.
Essential Job Functions
- Be able to learn a basic level of machining techniques; make offsets, tool changes, tool pre-setting and read layouts to understand the machining process
- Uses measuring tools to inspect parts; Caliper, Micrometer, Bore Gage, Thread Gage, Indicators, Gage Pins, Gage Rings, Pressure Mic, Profilometer
- Uses automated inspection equipment; CMM, Mirco-Vu, and Contracer
- Typically runs one CNC machine while being shadowed by a Machinist level II or III. (The goal is to run multiple machines for 2nd year student)
- Provides machine maintenance by checking the way lube, coolant/oil levels, inspecting the doors, guards and shields, and removes chips from the machine
- Locates, reads and understands the Inspection Plan (IP)
- Inspects parts to the Acceptable Quality Limit (AQL) frequency set in the Inspection plan
- Reads, understands and follows work instructions
- Understands sample sizes and frequencies
- Completes daily production sheets
- Understands how to buff and deburr product
- Identifies parts with the proper tags (Green, Yellow, Red), follows line clearance procedure
- Understands basic blueprint reading and geometric tolerancing well enough to manufacture and measure parts
- Understands basic shop math skills
- Enters production information into the ERP system and fills out tally sheet daily
- Punch in and out of ADP time clock per company policy breaks and start & end times
- Maintains an organized work area (5S) and cleans up work station, locker, etc
- Participates in the Operational Excellence Program Common Cent$
- Understands and complies with the Cretex Professional Competencies, company policies, and employee manual
- Adheres to all safety policies; includes wearing personal protective equipment when required
- Supports and complies with the company's Quality System, ISO, and medical device requirements
- Completes all other work duties as assigned
Minimum Requirements, Education & Experience (incl. KSA's and certifications)
- Enrolled in a machining related program from a technical or trade school
- High School diploma or equivalent
- Ability to read, comprehend, follow and document work instructions, standard operating procedures, and training documents
- Mechanical Aptitude
- Dexterity and hand and eye coordination
- Attention to detail
- Strong problem solving skills
- Ability to prioritize work and manage multiple tasks
- Ability to take direction from the area manager
- Ability to collaborate and assist team members, provide input to the area lead, and attend and participate in meetings
- Ability to cross train in other areas of production when required
- Ability to work in a manufacturing environment
Applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran status, marital status, family status, status with regard to public assistance, or any other protected status as required by law.
Our company uses E-Verify to confirm the employment and eligibility of all newly hired employees. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, please visit www.dhs.gov/E-Verify