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  • The repair machinist repairs damages on centrifuge parts by machining using manual machine tools such as lathes, mills or drill press
  • Independently sets up and machines centrifuge parts for repair purposes
  • Inspects all repair parts for damages, repairs damages as necessary
  • Sets up measuring tools and checks pertinent dimension. Responsible for own quality
  • Reviews and completes required documentation and administrative paperwork such as repair documentation, quality documents or daily labor sheets. Forwards daily labor sheets in a timely manner
  • Maintains a clean and organized work environment. Follows all applicable QHSE rules and regulatory requirements
  • Fulfills additional duties as assigned by supervisor
  • Profile And Qualifications
  • Profile And Qualifications

Basic Qualifications:

  • High School degree or equivalent
  • Experience setting up and operating manual machine tools
  • Reading and interpreting documents such as safety rules, inspection reports, procedures and manuals. Able to write basic reports
  • Performing calculations and applying mathematical concepts such as geometry, basic algebra and basic trigonometry
  • Detail oriented

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Completed a 3-to-4-year formal apprenticeship as machinist with specialization in lathe machining
  • 3 to 5 years’ experience in manual machining of large diameter, stainless steel precision parts using engine lathes, preferably machining of parts from high-speed centrifuges
  • Experience working with the metric system, including use of metric measuring tools and reading / understanding of metric drawings
  • Experience in evaluating and identifying part failures such as corrosion, erosion, cavitation or fatigue in stainless steel parts.
  • Self-motivated, dependable and able to work with little direction
  • Adaptable to changing work demands and desire to learn new skills
  • Good social skills and able to work in a team

Physical Requirements: 

  • Sit, stand, bend, reach, walk for long periods of time
  • Must be able to lift/carry up to 50 lbs. 
  • Use of steps, stairs, lifts routinely
  • May be required to work extended hours which may include weekend and holidays
  • Regularly exposed to manufacturing areas that may require personal protective equipment
  • Regularly exposed to a manufacturing work environment that may be dirty, greasy and noisy


  • Our benefits include Retirement Plan, Dental Insurance, Medical Insurance, Disability Benefits, Health Spending Account, Life Insurance, paid statutory Holidays, and paid time off.
  • We are a member of the international GEA Group. For additional information about the GEA organization, please access our website  

 *GEA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment contingent upon successful completion of background investigation and Pre-employment drug screening