Employment Opportunities


CNC Lathe Machinist - (1st and 2nd Shifts)

A Day in the Life of a CNC Grind Machinist


Your role would be working on the team of one of our two CNC Lathe Departments, setting up and operating a variety of CNC machines (Okuma, Mori Seiki, and others) to produce precision aerospace parts.

  • Reads and interprets blueprint and setup sheets to determine required machining processes, dimensional specifications, setups and operating requirements.
  • Sets up CNC machines by installing and aligning fixtures, tooling, and attachments according to job requirements.
  • Performs first piece article inspections according to specifications and makes offset changes as needed.
  • Loads parts and runs production cycles according to manufacturing priorities, as specified by department lead and management.
  • Inspects parts to print throughout production in order to hold tight tolerances and insure a quality product at all times.
  • Completes required documentation for non-conformance parts and performs root cause analysis to determine corrective or preventive actions.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • What you'll need


  • An ideal team player mindset: people smarts, humility and drive.
  • Minimum 2 years of experience as a machinist. 1 year or more of CNC machining a plus.
  • Experience on Mori Seiki lathes and/or mill-turns with dual spindles, dual turrets and live tooling a plus.
  • Experience on Okuma lathes a plus.
  • Ability to set-up CNC machines.
  • Understanding of CNC programs.
  • Print reading and inspection knowledge a MUST.
  • Effective verbal and interpersonal communication skills with ability to collaborate with others on the team and members of other departments.
  • Understanding of mechanics, shop mathematics, gaging and machining procedures.
  • Self-motivated, energetic, well-organized individual with the ability to operate in a fast moving environment.

  • The 1st shift operates Monday through Friday, from 5:00 a.m. through 3:30 p.m., with Saturday overtime available.


    The 2nd shift operates on a 4/10 work week and runs every Monday through Thursday from 3:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. Additional overtime and Fridays may be required. We offer a 10% wage premium and paid meal breaks for 2nd shift, which provides an additional 2 hours of pay each week!






    Mill-Turn Set-up Machinist (1st and 2nd Shifts)

    A Day in the Life of a Mill-Turn Set-up Machinist


    Your role would be working on our Mill-Turn team, setting up and operating a variety of CNC machines to produce precision aerospace parts.

  • Reads and interprets blueprint and setup sheets to determine required machining processes, dimensional specifications, setups and operating requirements.
  • Sets up CNC machines by installing and aligning fixtures, tooling, and attachments according to job requirements.
  • Performs first piece article inspections according to specifications and makes offset changes as needed.
  • Loads parts and runs production cycles according to manufacturing priorities, as specified by department lead and management.
  • Inspects parts to print throughout production in order to hold tight tolerances and insure a quality product at all times.
  • Loads parts and runs production cycles according to manufacturing priorities, as specified by department lead and management.
  • Completes required documentation for non-conformance parts and performs root cause analysis to determine corrective or preventive actions.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • What you'll need


  • An ideal team player mindset: people smarts, humility and drive.
  • Minimum 5 years of CNC machining with 2 - 3 years of mill-turning, or both lathe and mill experience.
  • Experience on Mori Seiki's and/or mill-turns with dual spindles, dual turrets and live tooling a plus.
  • Ability to set-up CNC machines.
  • Understanding of CNC programs.
  • Print reading and inspection knowledge a MUST.
  • Effective verbal and interpersonal communication skills with ability to collaborate with others on the team and members of other departments.
  • Understanding of mechanics, shop mathematics, gaging and machining procedures.
  • Self-motivated, energetic, well-organized individual with the ability to operate in a fast moving environment.

  • The 1st shift operates Monday through Friday, from 5:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Additional overtime and Saturdays may be required.)


    The 2nd shift operates on a 4/10 work week and runs every Monday through Thursday from 3:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. (Additional overtime and Fridays may be required.*) We offer a 10% wage premium and paid meal breaks for 2nd shift, which provides an additional 2 hours of pay each week!*






    CNC Grind Machinist (2nd Shift)

    A Day in the Life of a CNC Grind Machinist


    Your role would be working on the Grind Department team, setting up and operating a variety of CNC machines (Studers, Shigiyas and others) to produce precision aerospace parts.

  • Reads and interprets blueprint and setup sheets to determine required machining processes, dimensional specifications, setups and operating requirements.
  • Sets up CNC machines by installing and aligning fixtures, tooling, and attachments according to job requirements.
  • Performs first piece article inspections according to specifications and makes offset changes as needed.
  • Loads parts and runs production cycles according to manufacturing priorities, as specified by department lead and management.
  • Inspects parts to print throughout production in order to hold tight tolerances and insure a quality product at all times.
  • Completes required documentation for non-conformance parts and performs root cause analysis to determine corrective or preventive actions.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • What you'll need


  • An ideal team player mindset: people smarts, humility and drive.
  • Minimum 3-5 years of experience as a machinist. 1 year or more of CNC machining a plus.
  • OD and ID grinding experience a plus.
  • Set-up experience a plus.
  • Print reading and inspection knowledge a MUST.
  • Effective verbal and interpersonal communication skills with ability to collaborate with others on the team and members of other departments.
  • Understanding of mechanics, shop mathematics, gaging and machining procedures.
  • Self-motivated, energetic, well-organized individual with the ability to operate in a fast moving environment.

  • This is a 2nd shift position, which operates on a 4/10 work week and runs every Monday through Thursday from 3:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. Additional overtime and Fridays may be required. We offer a 10% wage premium and paid meal breaks for 2nd shift, which provides an additional 2 hours of pay each week!






    CNC Gear Machinist (2nd Shift)

    A Day in the Life of CNC Gear Machinist


    Your role would be working in our Gear Department, setting up and operating a variety of CNC Gear machines to produce precision aerospace parts.

  • Reads and interprets blueprint and setup sheets to determine required machining processes, dimensional specifications, setups and operating requirements.
  • Sets up CNC machines by installing and aligning fixtures, tooling, and attachments according to job requirements.
  • Performs first piece article inspections according to specifications and makes offset changes as needed.
  • Loads parts and runs production cycles according to manufacturing priorities, as specified by department lead and management.
  • Inspects parts to print throughout production in order to hold tight tolerances and insure a quality product at all times.
  • Completes required documentation for non-conformance parts and performs root cause analysis to determine corrective or preventive actions.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • What you'll need


  • An ideal team player mindset: people smarts, humility and drive.
  • 1-2 years of CNC machining experience.
  • CNC shaping and hobbing experience a plus.
  • Understanding of CNC programs.
  • Print reading and inspection knowledge a MUST.
  • Effective verbal and interpersonal communication skills with ability to collaborate with others on the team and members of other departments.
  • Understanding of mechanics, shop mathematics, gaging and machining procedures.
  • Self-motivated, energetic, well-organized individual with the ability to operate in a fast moving environment.

  • The 2nd shift operates on a 4/10 work week and runs every Monday through Thursday from 3:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. Additional overtime and Fridays may be required. We offer a 10% wage premium and paid meal breaks for 2nd shift, which provides an additional 2 hours of pay each week!






    Swiss Machinist

    Swiss Machinist Requirements and Competencies


  • An ideal team player mindset: people smarts, humility and drive.
  • Minimum 5 years of CNC machining with 2 - 3 years of Swiss machining
  • 5 - 9 axis machining experience with various metal materials.
  • Experience on Tsugami machines with dual spindles and gang tooling.
  • Ability to use various instruments to inspect parts in-process. Capable of performing first piece article inspections.
  • Ability to set-up and operate barfeeder and automated unloader.
  • Ability to prove out programs a plus.
  • Understanding of CNC programs.
  • Willingness to run Mill-Turn machines as needed (training available).
  • Print reading and inspection knowledge a MUST.
  • Effective verbal and interpersonal communication skills with ability to collaborate with others on the team and members of other departments.
  • Understanding of mechanics, shop mathematics, gaging and machining procedures.
  • Self-motivated, energetic, well-organized individual with the ability to operate in a fast moving environment.

  • The Benefits


    The 1st shift operates Monday through Friday, from 5:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Additional overtime and Saturdays may be required.)

    ATI offers numerous benefits for its team members:


  • Competitive wages
  • 8 different medical plans under 2 different carriers in order to fit your personal needs
  • Vision and dental coverage (HMO and PPO options)
  • Employer paid life and AD&D insurance
  • Additional voluntary benefits, such as short-term and long-term disability
  • 401(k) plan with matching up to 5%
  • Generous Paid Time Off plan
  • Annual profit sharing
  • Opportunity for future advancement
  • Great work environment!

  • Mill-Turn Machinist Duties

  • Reads and interprets blueprint and setup sheets to determine required machining processes, dimensional specifications, setups and operating requirements.
  • Sets up CNC machines by installing and aligning fixtures, tooling, and attachments, including guide pads and guide bushings, according to job requirements.
  • Performs first piece article inspections according to specifications and makes offset changes as needed.
  • Loads bars into barfeeder and runs production cycles according to manufacturing priorities, as specified by department lead and management.
  • Inspects parts to print throughout production in order to hold tight tolerances and insure a quality product at all times.
  • Completes required documentation for non-conformance parts and performs root cause analysis to determine corrective or preventive actions.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.





  • Calibration Technician

    A Day in the Life of a Calibration Technician


    Your role would be working with our QC Inspection team, performing calibration to ensure gages, instruments, and testing devices are correctly calibrated. Please see more specifics below:

  • Coordinates and schedules calibration of various inspection equipment and gages
  • Reviews calibration specifications and follows all standard calibration procedures
  • Uses ULM 600 machine and other tools to perform calibration of various gages
  • Maintains calibration records in computer system
  • Creates non-conformance reports for gages out of calibration
  • Determines if gages are worn out and initiates order of replacement gages
  • Coordinates with outside vendors for machine calibration
  • Assists in supporting the QC department and other quality processes
  • Other duties as assigned

  • What you'll need


  • An ideal team player mindset: drive, humility and people smarts.
  • 2 years of calibration experience minimum; aerospace industry experience preferred.
  • Strong technical aptitude and willingness to learn.
  • Computer skills (Microsoft Office)
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Attention to detail, attention to accuracy in work tasks, organizational skills
  • Ability to work within a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to be flexible with job duties

  • This position operates every Monday through Friday, from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Earlier start times may be requested with possible overtime hours.






    Quality Assurance Technician - Level I

    A Day in the Life of a QA Technician - Level I


    Your role would be working on the Quality Assurance team, handling various administrative tasks involving supporting documentation for our parts and processes. Although technical knowledge is not required, we are looking for a team member who is enthusiastic in learning aspects of our quality and machining processes.

  • Creates and/or prepares various supporting documentation required by customers for shipment of finished aerospace parts.
  • Prepares inspection reports, reviews reports to verify conformance to requirements, and types final reports for shipment to customer.
  • Reviews material and special process certifications to verify conformance to specifications and determine acceptance or rejection.
  • Reviews customer specifications to ensure all necessary documentation, requirements and processes are being met and/or completed.
  • Serves as a member of the PRB (Preliminary Review Board) team to investigate and disposition non-conformance parts.
  • Participates in departmental meetings and communicates technical information to various departments.
  • Performs data collection and data entry, as needed.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • What you'll need


  • An ideal team player mindset: drive, humility and people smarts.
  • 2+ years of experience in an administrative role.
  • Experience in the aerospace industry or in a manufacturing environment preferred, but not required.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel and Outlook).
  • Effective verbal and interpersonal communication skills with ability to communicate with customers and all levels of an organization.
  • Strong written language skills in both spelling and grammar.
  • Extremely detail-oriented with strong ability to review and analyze data.
  • Strong critical thinking skills with the ability to question information and express when data does not comply with requirements or if there is a risk of non-compliance.
  • Self-motivated, energetic, well-organized individual with the ability to prioritize in a fast moving environment.
  • Willingness to learn the various areas of our company, including a general understanding of our manufacturing processes, quality systems and other supporting functions.

  • This position operates every Monday through Friday, from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Earlier start times may be requested with possible overtime hours.






    Shipping & Receiving Technician

    A Day in the Life of a Shipping & Receiving Technician


    Your role would be working on the Shipping & Receiving Team and responsible for receiving in raw materials, as well as packing finished parts for shipment. You would also help out with final visual inspections on outgoing parts to our customers, so any previous quality control experience is a plus.

  • Wraps and packages product and material to ensure quality while in transit. Oils and preserves materials, as needed, to prevent rust and corrosion during transport.
  • Receives, unloads, examines and counts incoming material and product.
  • Verifies counts of parts against shipping documentation during receiving and shipping processes for accuracy.
  • Maintains accurate records of items shipped and received by completing travelers and other required documentation.
  • Visually inspects inbound and outbound shipments for any damage or defects, and reports it to appropriate Quality personnel.
  • Communicates incoming and outgoing status of parts and material to drivers, production and other personnel.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • What you'll need


  • An ideal team player mindset: people smarts, humility and drive.
  • 2+ years of experience in a Shipping & Receiving or warehouse support role.
  • Visual inspection or quality experience a plus.
  • Forklift certification a plus.
  • Microsoft Windows or other computer experience a plus.
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Must have a positive and friendly attitude.
  • Highly detail oriented
  • Ability to easily understand and carry out instructions well
  • Basic mathematic skills
  • Strong verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work within a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to be flexible with job duties
  • Willingness to learn the various areas of our company, including a general understanding of our manufacturing processes, quality systems and other supporting functions.

  • This position operates every Monday through Friday, from 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Earlier start times may be requested with possible overtime hours.)






    QC Inspector

    QC Inspector Requirements and Competencies


  • An ideal team player mindset: drive, humility and people smarts.
  • 1 - 2 years of inspection experience minimum; aerospace industry experience preferred.
  • Experience using various inspection instruments/tools, such as spline gages, thread gages, ID/OD micrometers, calipers, profilometers, comparator, etc.
  • Strong technical aptitude and willingness to learn.
  • Computer skills (Microsoft Office)
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Attention to detail, attention to accuracy in work tasks, organizational skills
  • Ability to work within a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to be flexible with job duties

  • A Day in the Life of a QC Inspector


  • Inspects finished parts in order to classify products for use, rework or scrap.
  • Measures dimensions of product, using various measuring instruments, such as indicators, calipers, gauges, or micrometers, to verify conformance to specifications.
  • Compares findings with customer specifications to ensure conformance to standards.
  • Reads work orders to determine inspection criteria.
  • Records inspection or test data, such as hardness, size, surface finish, run-out, and quantity inspected.
  • Prepares reports for customers, including defect reports for customer disposition.
  • Other duties as assigned.

  • The Benefits


  • The 1st shift operates every Monday through Friday, from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Additional overtime hours may be requested, as well as Saturday mornings.
  • The 2nd shift operates on a 4/10 work week and runs every Monday through Thursday from 3:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. Additional overtime and Fridays may be required. We offer a 10% wage premium and paid meal breaks for 2nd shift, which provides an additional 2 hours of pay each week!