Ilmor Engineering is a globally recognized leader in high-performance racing and recreational marine engines.
We provide design, development, testing, and manufacturing of performance engines and parts for major manufacturers and racing teams throughout the world.
Our clients include IndyCar, ARCA, NASCAR, SRX, Mastercraft, Formula, among others. All of our high-performance engines and components are precision engineered to the highest standards utilizing the latest manufacturing technologies and quality systems.
We are looking for a skilled machinist to join our elite Motorsports Build Shop team. In this important role, you will work with a supportive team and use your experience with manual machining techniques to deliver extraordinary quality.
Block prep for our 396 racing engine program and 7.4L marine engines, including honing of cylinders, measuring of critical dimensions, inspections of blocks and any related tasks asked to perform.
Manufacturing of specialized tools and equipment needed for the Build Shop.
Machining of engine components as required.
Any tasks asked to perform by Build Shop Manager.
Perform any preventative maintenance required on machines or equipment.
Ensure completeness of all required documentation records.
Assist in any areas needed for the completion of engine components in the build shop
Major Equipment : Sunnen Cylinder Hone, Bridgeport Vertical Mill & Lathe, DCM Surfacing Machine
Desired Qualifications :
Interest and experience in engine machining
Passion for racing or marine engines
Positive can-do attitude
Nuts & Bolts
Overtime : Eligible & occasionally mandatory
Benefits : Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k
Uniforms : Provided
Tools : Provided
Shift : First Shift / Days
Physical Requirements / Work Environment :
The employee must frequently lift and / or move up to 30 pounds and occasionally lift and / or move up to 30 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus .
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit or stand. The employee is frequently required to use their hands and fingers to handle, feel objects, use tools or controls and climb or balance.
The employee is occasionally required to walk, reach with hands and arms, kneel crouch, crawl and talk or hear.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electric shock and explosives.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. However, some instances of this job may require work in areas where ear protection is necessary.
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