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Wyman-Gordon, located in Grafton MA, is a major industrial manufacturer serving a wide range of industries including aerospace, power generation, and industrial businesses. Wyman-Gordon Grafton is a 1 million sq. ft. manufacturing facility with a 50,000 ton press, 35,000 ton press and 18,000 ton press for large titanium, steel and inconel closed die forgings. This growing, $300+ million profit center is part of a highly successful, multi-billion $ (NYSE) diversified manufacturer. Precision Castparts Corporation (PCP).
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Visually inspect in-process forgings to detect surface defects. Remove these defects with air grinder, hi-cycle grinder, swing frame grinder or chipping hammer. Operate blast machine, ceramic, chem mill, Marvel Doall Saws, to clean surface of forgings as required.
1. Receive job assignments and instructions (Process Sheets) from foreman.
2. Inspect forgings for surface defects such as laps, cerrade, peels, etc.
3. Blend ground area on surface of forging.
4. Ask foreman to check work for acceptance or rejection if defect seems to extend beyond tolerance.
5. Remove shims from forgings with chipping hammer if necessary.
6. Operate Blasting equipment, ceramic, chem mill, Marvel/Doall Saws to perform specified operations.
7. Perform any other duties of a similar or related nature as directed by supervision.
8. Maintain work area in a clean and orderly condition.
9. Record and maintain proper paperwork.
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS:
* High School diploma or equivalent required
SPECIAL SKILLS AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
* Occasional heavy work when handling and turning heavy forgings. Has use of electric cranes and hoists for lifting and moving forgings. Stands at bench holding hand grinder much of the time.
* May have to work in awkward, twisted positions on some grinding. Close visual concentration required to observe all defects.
* Must be able to lift 50 lbs. regularly
As an equal opportunity employer, Wyman Gordon is committed to a diverse workforce. In order to ensure reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Veterans’ Readjustment Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, applicants that require accommodation in the job application process may contactfor assistance.