Watts Water Technologies Jobs in Amherst
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Summary of Position: Maintains, troubleshoots and repairs CNC machine tools and other electromechanical production equipment. Applies knowledge of electronics, controls, hydraulics, pneumatics and mechanical principles in determining equipment malfunctions and applies skills in restoring equipment to operation Specific Duties: • Troubleshoots and repairs CNC, PLC, servo and relay controlled pro...
Watts Water Technologies, a world leader in valve technology has an immediate opening for a CNC Program, Setup & Operate on 3rd shift. Responsibilities include CNC programming, set-up, operation of, adjustments of manual and multi-axis CNC machining centers, CNC lathes, and drill presses. Preferred to have material experience with cast iron, carbon and stainless steel, bronze, ductile iron. Focuse...
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