Our Company Filamatic, a division of National Instrument, LLC is a 65-year-old leading manufacturer of packaging machinery for pharmaceutical, cosmetic, biotech, and chemical specialty industries located in Baltimore, Maryland. Our success is attributed to exceeding our customers’ expectations by providing products and services which offer a superior value proposition, striving to create a great working environment for our employees and driving continuous process improvement initiatives. Core Values The culture at Filamatic is built on our shared core values-ethical, team-oriented, continuous improvement, golden rule standard (we treat others as we want to be treated ourselves), excellence- (we strive for excellence individually and expect the same from our colleagues and support our employees to improve their skills and talents), customer centric and a healthy and safe work environment. If you are interested in making an impact with a growing company and want to share ideas and help build a world class organization this is the company to join. Description and requirements Essential Functions • Set up and run CNC machines (lathes, milling) making necessary adjustments to software programs to minimize downtime and errors in parts production. • Finish or deburr manufactured parts using various equipment and devices to ensure a smooth finish and proper fit. • Measure finished parts or those in production to assess progress and ensure match to program to print drawing. • Cut and sand various materials and parts to drawing specifications • Work hours FT 7am-3:30pm • Other duties as assigned or required Filamatic provides reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Education and Experience • High school diploma/GED; Associated degree with course work in automated manufacturing technology preferred • Machinist apprenticeship to journeyman experience; Two (2) years specialized experience preferred. • NC/CNC certification preferred. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities • Ability to read drawings, schematics, sketches and understand oral instructions • Good understanding of all machine shop principles • Ability to edit programs using G-code, troubleshooting programs • Ability to set up and operate CNC lathes and CNC machining centers • Capability of using machine shop measuring tools such as calipers, micrometers, scales, indicators, etc. • Basic math skills in algebra, geometry, trigonometry • Ability to interpret technician drawings and geometric drawings • Ability to set up and operate a full range of machines and equipment in accordance with safety protocols • Ability to measure (where and how) using proper tools. Travel Requirement • No travel is required (% travel) Physical Requirements • Job requires standing, working with hands and lifting up to 50 pounds 75% of the time; walking, sitting, talking/hearing, climbing/balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, or crawling; reaching with hands or arms. • Job requires use of CNC lathe/mill, hand tools, air and surface grinder, belt sander, horizontal band saw, cutoff miter saw, hydraulic and drill press, calipers, micrometers, bore and threaded gauges. Environmental Conditions • Job works near/with moving mechanical parts and machine shop equipment more than 75% of the time; sharp edges/parts and emission of liquid approximately 90% of the time. • Loud noise level. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Benefits include health insurance (medical, dental, vision), life insurance, disability insurance, paid vacations and holidays, 401K plan with match, and bonus plan based on company performance. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, transfer or promotion without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.