Cutting Edge Technologies is actively searching for new team members for our Claremore, Oklahoma shop that can help us fulfill the needs of our clients nationwide. We generate CAD models, tool and fixture designs, CNC programming for 3 to 5 axis mills, lathes, and mill-turn centers, CMM programming for coordinate measuring machines, and other manufacturing or machine shop-related documentation and process support.
What Is It Like to Work at Cutting Edge Technologies?
Although we are an Oklahoma-based company, we have secured contracts nationwide to fulfill the needs of several different industries, including aerospace, defense, energy, and automotive. We are constantly taking on new and exciting projects to ensure that our team never gets bored with the work they are completing each day.
All team members at Cutting Edge Technologies are salaried and are given a 50-50 split HRA for health and dental. We strive to offer a relaxed vacation policy as long as jobs are being completed on time and give all of our team members major holidays off annually. Depending on where it falls in the week, this often includes the day after Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve or the day after.
What Positions Are Open for Applications?
Due to the nature of the work that Cutting Edge Technologies provides, we are constantly sourcing new talent as we continue to grow. This includes various positions for CNC and CMM programmers and CAD and Tool designers. We are currently accepting applications for the following positions in our Claremore, OK office.
CNC Programmers use computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software to generate toolpath and NC programs to manufacture parts from customer-supplied engineering and design requirements. CNC programmers report to the CNC Programming Manager. They use various CAD/CAM software programs such as Esprit, Catia, SolidWorks, etc., to generate tool designs and toolpath for manufacturing needs on CNC mills and lathes.
CMM Programmers use computer-aided inspection software such as PC-DMIS to generate CMM toolpath and inspection programs to inspect parts from customer-supplied engineering and design requirements. CMM programmers report to the Programming Manager. They use various CAD/CAM software programs such as PC-DMIS or Calypso to generate inspection programs for use in CMM inspection of manufactured parts.
CAD Designers use computer-aided design software such as SolidWorks or Catia to generate 3D models of parts, fixtures, tools, etc. These models can be created from customer-supplied drawings, reverse engineering techniques, and new design practices. CAD Designers report to the Planning Manager. They use various CAD/CAM software programs such as SolidWorks or Catia to generate models, tool designs, and BOMs for parts.