Fanuc Robotics Authorized Integrator
5800 Harper Road
Solon, OH 44139
(440) 498-5800 (p)
(440) 498-2001 (f)


Hours: Mon-Fri
7:30 am - 4:30 pm EST
 
Employment Opportunities

Bardons & Oliver offers the opportunity of working at a growing, mid-sized machine tool manufacturer and machine shop known for its ability to produce CNC turning machines and precision machined, quality products. We offer a competitive benefits package, a clean, air-conditioned environment and opportunities for training and advancement. If you are looking for a quality company in northeast Ohio where you share in the success of the company as you learn and grow, Bardons & Oliver is the place for you. Our Solon plant, just 15 miles from downtown Cleveland and 20 miles from downtown Akron, is a great location for those who live in the Cleveland/Akron area.



Summary:

Inspects shipment documentation of incoming and outgoing shipments to verify information. When shipping: selects appropriate packing method, provides packing material, labels containers, selects carrier and schedules pickups. When receiving: examines shipment for damage and unpacks product to verify identity and quantity. Uses appropriate information systems to find and record needed information regarding incoming and outgoing materials. Rejects damaged goods and corresponds with shipper to rectify damages and shortages. Routes incoming items to departments. Uses appropriate material handling equipment such as hoists, hand trucks, and forklift trucks to load and unload trucks and move and store materials.

Common Duties:
  • Applies Lean principles, Bardons & Oliver Quality Policy and Quality System, and Safety Procedures.
  • Maintains orderliness, cleanliness, security and functionality of work area and equipment used
  • Can navigate Computerized Manufacturing System to find all data needed and to report labor and production information.
  • Responsible for participation in ADP program, including goals establishment and skills development.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities - Includes the following (other duties may be assigned):
  • Counts, weighs, or measures items of incoming and outgoing shipments to verify information against bills of lading, invoices, orders, or other records.
  • Determines method of shipment, prepares paperwork such as bills of lading and customs documentation, determines shipment weight versus load limits.
  • Selects, packs and loads appropriate boxes or shipping containers. Uses hand and power tools as needed to make boxes and crates suitable for handling anticipated shipping conditions. Binds containers, or objects on skids, using steel banding. Protects shipment from rust.
  • Stamps, stencils, or glues identifying labels, information and shipping instructions onto crates or containers.
  • Posts weights and shipping charges, and affixes postage.
  • Unpacks and examines incoming shipments, rejects damaged items, records sho1tages, and corresponds with shipper to rectify damages and shortages.
  • Routes items to departments.
  • Maintains inventory of shipping materials and supplies.
  • Operates hoists, hand trucks or forklift truck to load and unload trucks and move and store materials.

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Summary:

Cleans floors, machines, building surfaces and restrooms. Separates and moves material, waste and chips. May have duties such as mixing, distributing and recycling coolant. Operates equipment such as manual and powered hand trucks, snow blowers, powered floor sweepers, and trash compactors.

Common Duties:
  • Applies Lean principles, Bardons & Oliver Quality Policy and Quality System, and Safety Procedures.
  • Maintains orderliness, cleanliness, security and functionality of work area and equipment used
  • Can navigate Computerized Manufacturing System to find all data needed and to report labor and production information.
  • Responsible for participation in ADP program, including goals establishment and skills development.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities - Includes the following (other duties may be assigned):
  • Mixes and adds coolant to machine coolant reservoirs. Maintains coolant percentage at various machines per instructions. Maintains written records of coolant concentrations at each machine. Leaves extra coolant at end of his shift sufficient to cover coolant needs occurring prior to his return to work.
  • Mixes and adds coolant to machine coolant reservoirs. Maintains coolant percentage at various machines per instructions. Maintains written records of coolant concentrations at each machine. Leaves extra coolant at end of his shift sufficient to cover coolant needs occurring prior to his return to work.
  • Cleans shop floors, restrooms, walls and shelving. Uses a powered floor scrubber, or a mop and bucket, to clean floors. Carries out a periodic cleanup of the area outside the building. Cleans machines and equipment after using appropriate lockout procedures. Removes dirt, metal chips and shavings from floors, coolant tanks and machine pits using dust mops, magnetic sweepers and/or shop vacuums.
  • Informs supervisor or purchasing department of impending shortages of coolant concentrate, floor cleaner, RO or DI water for making up coolant, oil absorbent, restroom supplies or any other materials or equipment they need to carry out their duties. Reports nonfunctioning coolant system pumps, switches and filters and does basic replacements as needed.
  • Empties trash receptacles. Transports trash to compactor or outside receptacles.
  • Uses manual and powered hand trucks to move drums, materials and coolant.
  • Oversees the accumulation and storage of waste water and waste oil. Assists in and signs for the pickup of waste water from drums and tanks. Prevents the addition of flammable or hazardous materials to waste water containers. Maintains proper labeling of chemical containers and waste containers.
  • Oversees the segregation and stacking of various types of barrels.
  • Distributes and collects shop rags and RAS absorbent rugs.
  • Plugs in powered hand truck and floor scrubber for re-charging as required
  • Uses snow blower, snow shovel and salt to clear snow and ice from sidewalks and areas the snow plow can’t reach.

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Summary:

Works with minimal supervision to efficiently set up and operate CNC Lathe. Works to close tolerances machining parts of moderate to high difficulty and weighing up to several thousand pounds. Uses part drawings, routers, setup drawings and instructions for guidance in setting up workholding devices, steady rest, tail stock and standard tooling as needed. Uses overhead cranes and appropriate equipment and techniques to load parts. Establishes part alignment, data and tooling offsets. Loads and runs provided CNC program. Monitors the machining processes (turning, facing, boring, cutting internal and external threads, turning ID and OD tapers, and grooving) and checks dimensions with precision gages. Makes tooling adjustments as required to meet customer part specifications. Works with programmers and other production personnel to refine the CNC program and other supplied information. Uses time during machining cycle to perform other duties such as operating other equipment, deburring parts, and preparing for the next setup.

Common Duties:
  • Applies Lean principles, Bardons & Oliver Quality Policy and Quality System, and Safety Procedures. Maintains orderliness, cleanliness, security and functionality of work area and equipment used.
  • Can navigate Computerized Manufacturing System to find all data needed and to report labor and production information.
  • Responsible for participation in ADP program, including goals establishment and skills development.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Includes the following (other duties may be assigned):
  • Reads process sheets, blueprints, and sketches of part to determine machining to be done, dimensions and tolerances of finished work piece, and set up and operating requirements.
  • Installs standard and special tooling in tool holders, turrets, and automatic tool change magazines per instructions. Can identify and use tooling required for boring, facing, turning, cut-off, threading, drilling, tapping, and grooving operations.
  • Is able to correctly use hard jaws along with boring and turning soft jaws. May also select, align, and secure work-holding fixtures.
  • Uses overhead cranes in lifting or flipping items weighing up to several thousand pounds. Mounts work piece between centers, in chuck, or to fixture. Checks work piece to ensure sufficient stock and correct positioning to perform required operations.
  • Selects, sets and verifies measuring gages used to check product dimensions.
  • Has machining and programming knowledge sufficient to optimize the machining process.
  • Can prove out and troubleshoot new CNC programs.
  • Adjusts the machine controls or program as required. Inspects first run piece and spot checks succeeding pieces for conformance to specifications.
  • Leaves sufficient stock for subsequent operations.
  • Can use a tool dispenser machine.
  • Can correctly input and adjust "fixed" and "wear" offsets to achieve and maintain part tolerances.
  • Monitors tool cutting performance and wear, replacing cutting tools such as inserts, drills, taps, etc. to maximize production and minimize tooling costs.
  • Makes use of time during cutting cycles to do additional tasks such as setting up and operating another machine, preparing for the next job or deburring parts.
  • Performs basic maintenance on machine per instructions.
  • Troubleshoots problems.
  • Confers with supervisor, engineers, production personnel, programmers, or others as needed to resolve problems and make improvements.
  • Reports non-conformances.
  • Labels finished parts for movement to next operation.
Potential Duties
  • Prioritizes work load and assigns tasks within the lathe department

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A CNC Horizontal Milling machinist works with minimal supervision to efficiently set up and operate a 4-axis CNC Horizontal Machining Center. Works to close tolerances machining parts of moderate to high difficulty and weighing up to several thousand pounds. Uses part drawings, routers, setup drawings and instructions for guidance in setting up the fixture elements and installing pre-set tooling. Uses overhead cranes and appropriate equipment and techniques to load parts. Establishes part alignment, data and work piece offsets. Loads and runs provided CNC program. Monitors the machining processes (face milling, slot milling, side milling, boring, drilling, tapping, and reaming) and checks dimensions with precision gages. Makes tooling adjustments as required meeting customer part specifications. Works with programmers and other production personnel to refine the CNC program and other supplied information. Uses time during machining cycle to perform other duties such as operating other equipment, deburring parts, and preparing for the next setup.

Common Duties
  • Applies Lean principles, Bardons & Oliver & Quality Policy, Quality System & Safety Procedures
  • Maintains orderliness, cleanliness, security and functionality of work area and equipment used.
  • Can navigate computerized manufacturing system to find all data needed and to report labor and production information.
  • Responsible for participation in ADP program, including goals establishment and skills development.
  • Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following (other duties may be assigned).
  • Reads process sheets, blueprints, and sketches of part to determine machining to be done, dimensions and tolerances of finished work piece, and set up and operating requirements.
  • Installs preset tooling in spindle or automatic tool change magazine per instructions. Can identify and use tooling such as face milling, slot milling, side milling, boring, drilling, tapping, and reaming operations.
  • Uses set up information to mount, position and align work-holding fixtures and devices on machine table.
  • Uses overhead cranes in lifting or flipping items weighing up to several thousand pounds. Mounts work piece in fixture or on table per set up instructions. Establishes part alignment, data and work piece offsets using devices such as a probe, edge finder, center finder or dial indicator. Checks work piece to ensure sufficient stock and ensure correct positioning to perform required operations.
  • Selects, sets and verifies measuring gages used to check product dimensions.
  • Has machining and programming knowledge sufficient to optimize the machining process. Can prove out and trouble shoot new CNC programs. Adjusts the machine controls or program as required. Inspects first run piece and spot checks succeeding pieces for conformance to specifications. Leaves sufficient stock for following operations.
  • Can use a tool dispenser machine.
  • Can correctly input and adjust tool offsets to achieve and maintain part tolerances.
  • Monitors tool cutting performance and wear, replacing cutting tools such as inserts, drills, taps, etc. to maximize production and minimize tooling costs.
  • Makes use of time during cutting cycles to do additional tasks such as setting up and operating another machine, preparing for the next job or deburring parts.
  • Performs basic maintenance on machine per instructions.
  • Troubleshoots problems. Confers with supervisor, engineers, production personnel, programmers, or others as needed to resolve problems and make improvements.
  • Reports non-conformances.
  • Labels finished parts for movement to next operation.
Potential Duties
  • Prioritizes work load and assigns tasks within the milling department.

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Do you like to travel?

If so, we have an immediate need for a Field Service Technician
to travel nationally and internationally to our customers’ facilities for
installation, updating and repairing of CNC turning machines.


This position requires extensive travel and the ability to professionally represent Bardons & Oliver. Travel is national and international. Candidate must have or be able to obtain a passport.

This position may require weekends and evening travel in order to meet service deadlines. Candidate should have strong mechanical, electrical and hydraulic / pneumatic skills, with experience reading ladder logic diagrams, and trouble-shooting motor drives and CNC machine controls. Candidate must also have the ability to read blueprints and use measuring tools.

Job Details:
  • Design electrical control panels and systems, including electrical schematics, in CAD
  • Create PLC programs in Allen-Bradley, Siemens, and/or equivalent platforms for these systems
  • Commission or assist in the commissioning of these systems
Minimum Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s or Associates degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Drafting and Design, or similar (equivalent experience considered)
  • PLC programming experience (equivalent training considered)
  • Ability to select panel components, develop schematics, and create bills of material for advanced control panels
  • Ability to travel nationally and internationally for extended periods of time
  • Eagerness to learn and grow with the position
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About Bardons & Oliver

Our company is an ESOP with 100% associate ownership. We have ESOP accounts, and a bonus plan based on profit sharing. Our exceptional benefits package includes hospitalization, voluntary dental, 401(k), tuition reimbursement, life insurance, short-term disability pay, and 11 holidays per year.  When participating in our Wellness Program, 2015 monthly premiums for medical coverage are $78.55 for single coverage, $148.72 for two-person and $237.83 for family coverage. Bardons & Oliver is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and is a drug-free, smoke-free workplace.