10 months ago
Job ID #: 10230
Location: US - Pennsylvania - Robesonia
Functional Area: Operations
Division: EMG - Specialty Metals
Position Type: Full-Time Regular
Education Required: GED
Experience Required: Less than 1 year
Hours of Work:
Travel Percentage: 0
Do you have experience in a manufacturing or production facility environment? Do you know how to operate machinery to produce quality results? Are you reliable and able to learn from instruction?
Are you looking to join a Company that is thriving in today's economy and known to be a world leader in delivering high purity metals and superior expertise?
If you answered, "Yes!", then AMETEK Reading Alloys, Inc. has just the opportunity that you seek. Our business continues to grow and we need you to help us keep up with our continued demand to deliver our metal powders, master alloys, and advanced engineered materials throughout the globe.
Located in Robesonia, PA, we pay among the highest entry-level wages in Berks county and surrounding areas. Unique to our facility we offer 100% Tuition Reimbursement among other generous benefits including: Health, Dental, Vision, Company-paid Life Insurance, 401k, Paid Time Off after six months, and even more.
In an assigned manufacturing area, the employee follows defined Work Station Procedures to manufacture, inspect, package and ship master alloys, metal powders, sintered materials, induction melted products and other similar materials. Observes all applicable safety practices/procedures and operate 100% in compliance with the Company Quality System. Maintain all documents, records and files to support Manufacturing activities.
1. In an assigned work area, performs the following tasks associated with the manufacturer of Company products:
a. Operates mix station equipment, lift truck and hand tools to assemble and create raw material mixtures. Follows mix instructions to ensure 100% accuracy of mix. May operate equipment to create compacted Cold Isostatic Pressed (CIP) materials.
b. Operates thermite melt line equipment, electric furnaces and similar equipment to react, melt and/or sinter raw material mixtures.
c. Operates lift truck, sizing equipment, wheelabrator and hand tools to clean, crush, mill, screen and inspect (white light, UV light and automated x-ray) work in process to create finished product.
d. Completes and maintains all records and documents to support work area operations.
e. When the assigned work area changes to manufacture another product, operates a forklift and uses a variety of hand tools to clean the work area to prevent the cross-contamination of product. Disassembles and reassembles work area equipment. Thoroughly cleans all equipment, work surfaces and the work area for inspection by a Crew Leader or Supervisor.
f. Continually monitors the condition and operation of the work area lift trucks, lifting devices, manufacturing equipment, building and hand tools. Perform defined daily maintenance and properly stores all hand tools and equipment. When repairs or added maintenance is required, promptly notifies a Crew Lead to generate a Maintenance Work Order. Contacts a Crew Leader to replace expendable hand tools and to suggest changes and upgrades to work area equipment.
2. Learns and follows all Company and work area safety procedures and practices. Responsible for personal work safety and the safety of the other employees in the assigned work area.
3. Learns and follows all Company quality system standards to ensure finished product meets customer specifications. Is accountable to know the Company Quality Policy and the work area quality systems.
4. Based on experience in a work area, trains new or less experienced employees in all work area procedures and practices. Monitors employee performance and compliance with safety program, Work Station Procedures and Company quality systems. Guide, coach, mentor and correct as needed. Advise Crew Leader of any performance issues.
5. Maintains a self-improvement program through the attendance at Company provided training programs and the completion of course work to develop individual skills, knowledge and expertise.
The ideal candidates for this position will have experience in manufacturing/production facility environments and know how to operate machinery. They will be available for multiple shifts (1st, 2nd, and/or 3rd) as well as weekends and are able to learn from instruction.
High School or Graduate Equivalency Diploma (GED). Experience in a manufacturing environment desired. The demonstrated ability to perform effectively as a member of a work team and to work individually to accomplish assigned tasks.
This position requires the ability to successfully complete a pre-employment physical abilities test consistent with the physical requirements of the job. This includes a lifting ability of at least 65 pounds and a push force of 100 pounds, among other essential physical requirements. The ability to regularly wear a respirator is also required.
There may be temperature extremes consistent with outdoor conditions; above 100 degrees and below 32 degrees.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.