Autocam Medical Filling Dozens of CNC Machinists Positions

KENTWOOD, MI—(NOVEMBER 13, 2020)—Autocam Medical, a global contract manufacturer of precision surgical and medical components and devices, announced that they are looking to hire dozens of full-time CNC machinists to work the night shift in their Kentwood location.

Applicants are required to have four or more years of CNC experience. They must also be capable of setting up and operating single and/or multiple spindle machines as well as monitoring and controlling the quality of machining practices by utilizing process control tools. Proficiency in maintaining production procedures, and working within the expected quality standards and established efficiencies are also necessary. Autocam Medical’s night shift runs from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday through Friday.

“As our sales have continued to accelerate, so has our need for CNC machinists,” said Kristy White, Human Resources Manager, Autocam Medical. “While there may be similar opportunities out there, the work environment and benefits that we are offering for these positions really sets us apart,” she added.

An employee-centered workplace, Autocam Medical, offers a pristine, air conditioned, work environment that’s outfitted with the most innovative equipment and managed according to the latest principles of good practice, trust, fairness and respect for the individual. CNC machinists can also look forward to receiving a generous compensation package including a premium-free health plan that rewards employees for positive lifestyle choices. Vision insurance, dental insurance, quarterly incentives, a 401K match of $3,000.00, and tuition reimbursement. The company also provides a shift pay differential for this position that increases the employee’s hourly base wage by 10 percent.

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About Autocam Medical
Autocam Medical is a global contract manufacturer of precision-machined drill bits, drivers, screws, plates, cutting tools and other complex, highly engineered surgical implants, instruments and handpieces, as well as other device components. Clients are involved with instruments and devices used in procedures including the foot and ankle, hand and wrist, hip and knee, shoulder and elbow, spine, as well as ophthalmology and craniomaxillofacial procedures. The company offers a value-added approach to high-precision manufacturing with specialties in CNC milling, turning and cutter grinding. The company has achieved ISO 13485:2016 certification. They also have facilities in the U.S., China and Brazil.