Provides support for and/or assistance with products or engineering processes. Technicians at this level typically perform appropriate tests using existing procedures for process control and failure analysis.
Provides routine analysis for materials, manufacturing process and methods, assist with problem identification and resolution, root cause analysis, corrective action tracking, reliability analysis and verification/validation test plan development.
Provides guidance on test procedures to engineers and support personnel. Requires knowledge and understanding of lab testing equipment and technologies.
Operates and/or calibrates analytical equipment to perform a variety of routine chemical, physical or metallurgical tests.
Maintains production tooling system and completes shop orders to ensure that tooling is produced for production use.
Monitors and participates in the implementation of improvements for cutting, stamping, welding, machining and assembly processes.
Maintains the dimensional control of purchased components through measurements with support of electronic three-dimensional or other instruments of similar precision.
Creates manufacturing programs for Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machines or others of similar nature.
Maintains chemical concentrations in paint washers to ensure that painted parts meet desired specifications.
Supports the metallurgy lab and assists the failure analysis process by cutting parts, ordering supplies, maintaining equipment, performing paint tests and testing oil samples to ensure compliance to quality standards. Inputs, communicates and/or maintains engineering change or other manufacturing information to the appropriate personnel and/or database.
Specific Position Requirements
- Spill response follow-up lead for environmental
- Respond to onsite spills as needed
- Investigate and conduct RCAs on all significant reported spills
- Track reported spills for environmental metrics
- Chemical SDS coordinator
- Manage and keep current SDS system
- RCRA (Hazardous waste) compliance inspections
- CAA (air permit) audits
- Storm water and SPCC audits
- Weekly opacity observations of exhaust stacks
- Solid and hazardous waste audits
- Environmental audits
- Monthly PowerPoint preparation for operations environmental metrics
- 90-day (Hazardous waste storage areas) management
- Routine and/or non-routine environmental projects as assigned
Skill sets and experience required:
- Minimum of associates degree in a technical environmental or related field of study with some experience working in a manufacturing environment. Related degree to environmental engineering is desirable
- Proficient at Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, Calendar and Power Point
Additional skill sets and experience desired:
- Solid and hazardous (RCRA) waste compliance experience (1 plus years)
- Environmental industrial experience in a labor union environment
- SDS management
- Auditing experience
- Spill response experience
- Supplier management experience
- Air emission data management experience
- SharePoint website experience
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