Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES’ new location for their PTECH
The PTECH program at Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES strives
to transform College and Career Readiness by creating new pathways between
education and in-demand, high-tech careers by supporting a culture and learning
environment with the tools and resources necessary to acquire and create
knowledge, collaborate, use creativity and innovate. Our school connects
students with careers through business partnerships with higher education, the
community, the region, and the world.
On September 26, 2019 the Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES
PTECH program will be hosting a Ribbon Cutting Celebration and student led
tours of our new location. Additional details below.
Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES looks forward to utilizing this
new location to continue making success possible for the students they serve
from their 25 Component School District, while working collaboratively with their
CCMI, Inc excels in Machining, Vacuum-Forming, CNC Routing, and Fabrication
of plastics and other materials. The
ideal candidate possesses the abilities to work well with their hands, to work
independently and with a team, with the common goal to find solutions to
produce quality accurate finished products. Candidates who have experience with
working with plastics, wood, metal, or other substrates to fabricate parts or
components are good matches. Candidate should
have above average mechanical aptitude and a can-do attitude.
Job description and responsibilities:
Ability to setup, program, and inspect jobs from start to
finish on CNC Mills and CNC Lathes with limited supervision using Haas
Aligns and secures holding fixtures, cutting tools,
attachments, accessories, and materials onto machines.
Ability to read and interpret detailed shop drawings.
Knowledge of M and G codes.
Mastercam experience preferred, but not required.
Ability to perform complete inspections of parts given a
defined inspection process.
Ability to calculate dimensions, tolerances and machine
offset adjustments using knowledge of mathematics and inspection instruments.
Must have good verbal and written skills.
Being a team member is essential
Must be dependable and display a positive attitude in the
Must have reliable transportation
Minimum two years’ experience operating CNC and manual
CCMI, Inc excels in machining, vacuum-forming, CNC cutting, and fabrication of plastics. The ideal candidate possess the abilities to work well with their hands, to work independently or with a team, with the common goal to find solutions to produce quality accurate finished product. Candidates who have experience with working with wood, metal, or other substrates to build parts or components are good matches. Candidate should have mechanical aptitude and a can do attitude.
Job description and responsibilities:
Highly desired – experience in working with plastic; specifically in fabrication and thermoforming
Must be mechanically inclined
Must have some manufacturing experience
Logical Problem solving – working through a problem and developing a solution
Working independently and with a team
Using basic measuring equipment such as:
Experience working with basic hand tools and power equipment such as;
Hammer, wrench, screw driver, etc.
Must have reliable transportation and be dependable.
Must be able to read general shop drawings such as blue prints.
Must be able to take and follow both verbal and written direction
Lifting, pushing, pulling, climbing, standing, and walking. (weight limit up to 75 pounds)
Hours of Operation are Monday – Friday 7am -3:30
Compensation will be based on previous experience and qualifications
FINGER LAKES WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD 41 Lewis Street, Suite 104 Phone: (315) 789-3131 Geneva, NY 14456 Fax: (315) 789-0163 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 6, 2019 Contact: Jennifer May Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board 315-789-3131
The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board, Inc. Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 8:30 – 10:00 am New York Kitchen 800 South Main St., Canandaigua, NY 14424
For more information please call, 315-789-3131 ext 101.
The mission of the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board is to improve the economic well-being of job seekers and employees in the Finger Lakes region. The goal of the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board is to increase the employment, retention, and earnings of participants, increase occupational skill attainment by participants; and, as a result, improve the quality of the workforce; reduce welfare dependency; and enhance the productivity and competitiveness of the region.
Letter to the Editor of Finger Lakes Times, from Karen Springmeier, Executive Director of the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board, regarding the distinction between the Finger Lakes Works Career Centers and the Finger Lakes Workforce Development Center (MCC, Rochester).