Metal Treatment Operator - 2nd shift
- You will load parts in heat treat basket, load furnaces, operate furnaces, monitor gages, unload furnaces, and perform hardness test.
- You will perform buff, dry blast, degrease and oiling operations on hardware.
- You will set up, operate, monitor, read, interpret, and maintain furnace, atmosphere generation, and quench equipment controls and instruments such as timers, temperature control and monitoring recorder charts, flow scopes, pressure gages, various dial gages. Instruments may be analog or digital (programmable microprocessor) based. Readouts may be scaler (dial or chart) or digital.
- You will set up and operate all equipment with a minimum of assistance, be familiar with work procedures involved with nitride, heat treating, and buffing operations. Frequent changes in set-up and maintenance of close tolerance require constant attention.
- You will be responsible for maintaining accurate lot control (QCP 6.0) traceability, record keeping, log book entries, NCR’s (QCP 11.0) and associated documentation.
- You will mount and accurately align various jig and fixtures, select speeds, and feeds. Load and align tooling working from engineering layouts. Adjust stops and cams to produce finish dimensions to close tolerances. Utilize in process gaging such as indicator arrangements, travel dials, etc., to ensure accurate size control.
- You will be able to understand moderately complicated blueprints. Completed work is checked with a variety of mechanical and electronic gages such as datamyte, electronic bore and O.D. gages, micrometers, indicators, comparators, and various other precision gaging devices.
- High School Diploma or GED from an accredited institution.
- Minimum one (1) year of machining experience.
- This position requires use of information or access to hardware which is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All applicants must be U.S. persons within the meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. person as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or Refugee.
- Must reside within a 50 mile radius of work location; no relocation benefit is provided.
- One year of machining, heat treat, or nitride experience
- Become a Certified Operator within 40 days of becoming active on the code
- Have applicable personal tools and gages
- Pass Eaton vision test if applicable
- Must be capable to shut down all furnaces and associated equipment on an emergency basis
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Job: Manufacturing & Operations
Region: North America – US/Puerto Rico
Organization: AER FMC Fuel Motion Control Systems
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Does this position offer relocation?: No