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CNC Machinist Intern

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9d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


AI generated summary

  • You must be 18+, have a high school diploma or GED, be enrolled in a machine tool technology program, understand metalworking safety, possess a driver’s license, and have relevant work experience.
  • You will machine metal parts using manual and CNC equipment, convert models to machine code, and perform other mechanical tasks in support of welding operations.

Off-cycle Internship



  • This position is part of the Jacobs Space Exploration Group (JSEG) support to the NASA EM32 Welding & Manufacturing team under the Engineering Services and Science Capability Augmentation (ESSCA) contract to the NASA MSFC Engineering Directorate.


  • Candidate must be at least 18 years of age to start this position. Educational requirement is a high school diploma or GED or equivalent with successful participation in a high school machining technology program or equivalent. Active enrollment in and continued participation in an advanced manufacturing vocational program focused on machine tool technology leading to an associate degree is required.
  • The selected candidate must:
  • Understand basic metalworking shop safety as well as basic and safe operation of manual and CNC machine tools.
  • Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license, automobile liability insurance and successfully complete a company defensive driving training class.
  • Relevant candidate work experience will be evaluated against ESSCA contract engineering technician labor categories.

Area of Responsibilities



  • The primary responsibilities of the CNC machinist intern are to:
  • Machine parts to print using manual machining equipment such as band saws, power hack saws, drill presses, knee mills and manual lathes.
  • Convert models to numerically controlled machine code using programs such as SURFCAM.
  • Machine parts to print using CNC machining equipment such as CNC mills, lathes or turning centers.
  • The selected candidate will be trained in exposure to normal metal working materials and hazards as well as being trained in and expected to perform other mechanical technician tasks required to support Advanced Manufacturing Welding Capabilities Facility work such as operating cranes and rigging loads for lifting, operating forklifts and aerial lifts, and working around welding operations as needed.


Work type

Full time

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