Shift C: Week 1: Wed – Sat; Week 2: Wed-Fri 6pm to 6am (flexibility outside of these hours is required).
The Production Novice is an entry level manufacturing position in the Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) production of Client, Trabecular Metal Technology. This position must be able to work with and around hazardous process chemicals, and induction heating equipment, associated with the CVD Process. This position requires the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), such as respirators, safety glasses, safety shoes, and proper gowning (when necessary).
This position requires rotations through different areas of the CVD process. This person should be able to perform intricate detailed work on a repetitive basis.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
General Cleaning (requires PPE)
Glassware Pot Cleaning
Clean dirty glassware, remove used tantalum from glassware.
Clean used tantalum and place back in the pot station.
Dry clean glassware and place back in the pot station.
Glassware Chamber Cleaning
Clean dirty chamber and dry and put back in the chamber station.
Set up booster area with clean canisters.
Complete appropriate lockout tag out/procedures for area.
After properly shutting down equipment, remove dirty canister from the booster.
Insert clean canisters and restart equipment.
Maintenance Turnaround (MTA)
Disassemble, clean, and assemble table per work instructions.
Make material (biscuits) out of recycled parts.
Obtain materials and tools to perform task.
Follow proper loading procedures for material.
Complete weighing and recording for material being produced.
Enter work order information into JD Edwards, the Data Acquisition Recording System (DARS), and process records.
Weighing Parts, Visual inspection, Loading, and Unloading (Shake and Bake)
Unload parts from the reactor table.
Load parts back into reactor table.
Able to perform visual Inspection.
Able to perform visual confirmation with template
¿ Able to setup complex parts
¿ Able to run idles under supervision.
Daily Maintenance Sheet
Verify status of the CVD equipment and report maintenance issues.
100% Total Percent (not to exceed 100%)
This is not an exhaustive list of duties or functions and may not necessarily comprise all of the “essential functions” for purposes of the ADA.
Expected Areas of Competence (i.e. KSAs)
Knowledge and compliance to all quality and operational specifications outlined for the CVD production area.
The ability to work in a manufacturing environment while maintaining confidentiality. This position interfaces with personnel and other areas of management.
Must demonstrate the ability to work in a team environment by communicating effectively, being alert to helping others, and participate in problem solving and process improvement activities across all shifts.
Knowledge of 5S procedures and execution of each area.
Ability to perform work under minimal supervision.
Able to use precision measuring equipment as necessary to perform inspections
Education/ Experience Requirements
High School Diploma or GED required.
Must be able to read and communicate in English.
Previous production experience or experience with good manufacturing practices is preferred.
Must be able to work a variety of different shifts including weekends.