Dry hone parts as needed, operate furnaces to heat treat aerospace components, read, check and complete proper documentation for each part run.
Coatings Furnace Operator I Duties:
+ Load and unload furnaces, read and check furnace charts.
+ Pack and unpack parts in retorts.
+ Must understand where coating samples are placed in coating runs and perform duty.
+ Dry hone components.
+ Complete log books accurately and thoroughly.
+ Change thermocouples as needed.
+ Sift and blend powders to create new powder(s).
+ Provide coating samples to the Metallurgy lab with accurate information/data.
+ Obtain coating cycles from the Metallurgy lab.
+ Document travelers correctly after operations have been performed.
+ Follow and utilize lean manufacturing principles.
+ Maintain, implement and improve 5-S Principles.
+ Perform general departmental housekeeping.
+ Sustain production standards and quality.
+ Regular attendance and punctuality required.
+ Adhere to and promote Corporate Code of Ethical Standards.
+ Ensure compliance with Company IPM/QPM and ISO quality requirements along with NADCAP.
+ Perform other duties as assigned.
+ Vacuum coating powder from behind sifters and V-blenders as needed.
+ Assist in surveying when needed.
+ Ability to accurately read and monitor furnace charts and related equipment
+ Ability to read and interpret blueprints
+ Ability to read, interpret and understand work in-process documents
+ Knowledge of chemicals powders processing required
+ Ability to transfer information and data accurately
+ Basic computer knowledge
+ Self-motivated with a high level of ownership and accountability
+ Provides accurate feedback to the department supervisor pertaining to quality issues
+ Lean skills continually drives process improvement.
+ Must be fluent in English, i.e. speaking, reading, writing
+ High School diploma or equivalent
+ Ability to pass various tests including annual furnace exams
+ Must perform duties correctly and meet performance standards within first six (6) months of position and become a certified working furnace operator
+ Move loaded retorts (up to 35 lbs) onto grids of furnace
+ Lift parts on and off small heat-treat furnace
+ Carry components (10-35 lbs) at waist level up to an approximate distance of 10 feet
+ Proper usage of die jack and following of company safety procedures when lifting items in excess of 35 lbs
+ Items weighing more than 35 lbs (when equipment cannot be used), employees are required to have assistance moving items
Req ID No.: 2018-4417
External Company Name: Allied Reliability, Inc.
External Company URL: www.alliedreliability.com
Street: 5161 W POLK ST