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CNC Operator or Machining Technician Level 3

Aliases: Assistant Machinist, Junior Machinist, Lathe Operator, Apprentice Machinist, Semi- skilled Operator

Industry/Sector(s): Automotive


JOB DESCRIPTION 1

The tasks a CNC Operator or Machining Technician Level 3 is expected to perform include:

  • Setting up base level operations of different machine tools
  • Supporting the Machine Operator in all pre-machining activities
  • Machining of the actual part
  • Performing repair work
  • Gauging, de-burring and inspecting activities
WORK ENVIRONMENT 1, 4
  • It is a field job.
  • Need to handle a team of Technicians or Assistants
  • Local travelling is not a part of this job role
  • Part-time work and contractual jobs maybe available
  • Work from home option is not available
Working hours
  • Organizations usually work for 5/6 days a week for 8/9 hours everyday. This may vary from organization to organization
  • Shift system maybe applicable
  • Overtime is common
Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?

This may vary from organization to organization

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING 1
  • Preferably, 10th
  • Certified training for CNC Operator or Machining Technician Level 3 (programme aligned to ASC/Q 3501 released by Automotive Skills Development Council) 
KEY COMPETENCIES 1
  • Skilled in carrying out pre-machining activities
  • Ability to support the Operator in performing machining operations
  • Efficient in supporting the Operator in conducting all post machining operations
  • Proficient in maintaining a healthy, safe and secure working environment
  • Efficient in maintaining the 5S activities at the work premises
  • Knowledge of basic arithmetic skills
  • Knowledge of the latest technological advancements
DESIRABLE COMPETENCIES 1
  • Training in different types of simple machining activities and usage of fixtures, tools, etc.
  • Quality training
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to work in a team
  • Good communication skills
AVAILABLE SKILL TRAINING AND LEARNING INSTITUTES 
  • ITIs across India
     
  • Free CNC Turning and Milling Training
    www.doccnc.com/

     
  • Millwright Technologies
    http://www.milltech.co.in/
AVAILABLE SKILL TRAINING SCHEMES/SCHOLARSHIPS 

For scholarship and schemes, use further links like:

  • https://scholarships.gov.in/​
  • http://pmkvyofficial.org/ExploreSectorSkillCouncilDetail.aspx?SSC=OQ%3d%3d
SAMPLE OF TRAINING AND LEARNING COURSES 

http://dget.nic.in/upload/uploadfiles/files/CITSCourses/PM/CITS/CITSMachinistOAMT.pdf

CAREER PROGRESSION PATH 5, 2, 1

CNC Operator CNC Operator or Machining Technician Level 3 → Workshop Manager

The progression is indicative

EXPECTED EARNINGS 3

  • For candidates with experience - Rs 25,000 to Rs 33,000 per month
These figures are indicative and subject to change

REQUIRED WORK EXPERIENCE 1

Generally, experience of 2-3 years in different machining activities is required

PROBABLE EMPLOYERS 3
  • Self-employed
  • Manufacturing industries
  • Light engineering industries
  • Pump industries
  • Automobile manufacturers across the country
KEYWORDS 
  • CNC Operator Machining Technician
  • CNC Technician
OCCUPATIONAL CODES AND STANDARDS 
StandardCodeDescription
NCO 20157223.5002CNC Operator or Machining Technician Level 3
ISCO 20087223Metal Working Machine Tool Setters and Operators
NIC 200829301, 29302Manufacture of diverse parts and accessories for motor vehecles sucs as brakes, gearboxes, axles, road wheels, suspension shock absorbers, radiators, silencers, exhaust pipes, catalysers, clutches, steering wheels, steering columns and steering boxes etc. Manufacture of parts and accessories of bodies for motor vehicles such as safety belts, airbags, doors, bumpers
QP ReferenceASC/Q3501CNC Operator - Machining Technician L3
NSQF3Not Available
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