Cambridge Engineering Careers

CNC Fabricator

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Cambridge Engineering



A family owned and operated business founded in 1963, Cambridge Engineering is the leader in high performance energy efficient industrial heating and ventilation systems.  Cambridge is a manufacturing company that pioneered the development and application of direct gas-fired space heating technology and is the leading expert in this field.


At Cambridge Engineering we understand the value of work/life balance - our family based culture embodies our Core Values of Integrity, Respect, Care and Courage in an environment of unconditional love and high expectations. To learn more about our organization visit us at or our Cambridge Engineering YouTube channel.


We are seeking a CNC Fabricator (Beginning Forming Operator) to join our Sheet Metal department.  Reporting to the Sheet Metal Supervisor responsibilities include:

  • Using production schedule to determine specific programs and/or tooling that is needed
  • Loading material into machine and activating programs
  • Monitoring manufacturing process for errors and taking corrective action as needed
  • Unloading machine and inspects parts
  • Maintaining a clean work area, tooling and laser optics
  • Performing maintenance on the punch or laser
  • When manpower and/or production mandates, working in other departments as assigned by sheet metal supervisor
  • Cleaning, sharpening, and maintaining all tools for punch
  • Supplying customer parts


  • Must have forklift operation experience
  • Must be able to read a tape measure within 1/32”
  • Above average computer and math skills
  • Must be able to pass a drug screen
  • Excellent written and verbal communications
  • Possess an excellent safety track record
  • Must be enthusiastic team player with a strong drive to create a positive work environment.
  • A collaborative resilient attitude with a strong work ethic is necessary.
  • Results oriented with a high level of integrity and character.


  • Available to work any shift.


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