11 months ago
The plating operator will
follow a plating repair outlined in a traveler to meet the customer’s
requirement. The plating operator must handle aircraft parts to ensure there is
no damage to the parts during the plating process. The plater will have to
follow the instructions in the repair to include where to mask and how to
fixture the part to have a successful outcome of the plating process. The
plater will first inspect the part to make sure it is run ready for the plating
process and they will compete a final inspection after the plating process
verifying that it meets the requirements outlined in the traveler.
A. Careful handling of all components and parts to guard against
damage or loss.
B. Obtain general Plating Masking knowledge through Able Engineering
Training Modules, on the job training, and SOPM manual.
C. Read, comprehend and navigate through Work Instructions.
D. Develop an understanding on how to navigate through Filemaker to
include, clocking in on a job, moving a job to the next operation, and
logging a job in and out of the oven.
E. Safely work with various hand tools (exacto knife) to mask and
de-mask aircraft parts.
F. To successfully blast parts using the plastic media and aluminum
oxide blast cabinets.
G. Performs a visual inspection on the part to determine whether the
part needs additional preparation prior to the masking step. Will ask a
senior operator or lead for advice before continuing, if unsure whether or
not the part should move to the next process step.
H. Work with chemistry and equipment to facilitate the plating
I. Adhere to all safety practices.
· High School Diploma or equivalent
· Ability to life 50 lbs.
· Ability to adapt to surroundings
· Strong communication skills
· Critical thinking skills
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Recruiting Company: ABLE
: Individual Contributor
: Third Shift
: 03/23/2018, 2:36:06 PM