OMNI Human Resource Management

CNC Machinist III

Job ID
Brunson Instrument Company
Job Location(s)
US-MO-Kansas City
Technology - Specialty Manufacturer
Position Category


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Brunson Instrument Company is an industry leader with 90 years of experience in the development and creation of industrial alignment and measurement products. Brunson provides manufacturing and engineering solutions to measurement problems faced by people who build, inspect or maintain large machines – including aircraft, paper mills, satellites, ships, machine tools, particle accelerators and automobiles.  


This well-established organization is currently seeking a CNC Machinist III who will be responsible for complex production and programming responsibilities and handles a variety of tasks including leading the work of others.   


  • Selects appropriate settings and makes adjustments as necessary.
  • Operates manual machines as required.
  • Uses standard inspection tools (ring, plug, micrometers, calipers, bore gages, optical comparator).
  • Write programs as required.
  • Performs a variety of complicated tasks.
  • Designs, fabricates and verifies new tooling and fixturing.
  • Runs prototypes.
  • Participates in lean events, design reviews, cost reductions, cycle time savings, training.
  • Directs and leads the work of others.
  • Understands and follows established quality and safety standards.


  • High school diploma or its equivalent and at least 7 years of experience in the field or in a related area.
  • Familiar with a variety of the field’s concepts, practices, and procedures.
  • Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
  • Works under minimal supervision. A high degree of creativity and latitude is required.
  • Proven programming skills.

OMNI and our clients are Equal Opportunity Employers and seek diversity in candidates for employment. EEO Employer W/M/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.



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