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A Machinist is a person who operates machinery, like CNC machines, and creates mainly metal parts. Machinists should have a strong background in math and enjoy solving math problems. They may need to learn to operate several different types of machines throughout their career. Also, following safety protocols and procedures are critical for a machinist.
Employers looking to hire Machinist will search for candidates with a strong mechanical work experience. If a candidate has educational experience running CNC machines, that will be a huge benefit to the candidate. Employers will want reliable workers and may even call references to discover their work reputation. Your ability to get along with others is also crucial. Often, machinist works swing shifts and hand over the keys to the next worker on duty. Being able to get along with fellow employees is important in a machine shop. The interviewer will question how you have handled past co-worker disputes.
Succeeding at a machinist interview will require you to know the machines in need of operators. Do not overreach your abilities or the interviewer will see through it. List your skills and experiences running the machines enumerated in the job description. Explain to the interviewer how you handle co-worker disputes, how you are a reliable worker, your strong work ethic, and your desire to get the job done.