Monday - Thursday, 10 hour shifts with OT.
Qualified candidates will operate one or more induction machines to heat treat metal objects according to specifications. This position may require set up of induction machines. Perform all work in accordance with plant safety rules. Read work order to determine size and grade of work piece to be processed. Determine frequency of current, time cycle and induction hardening coil to be used for each job, using knowledge of induction machines, heat-treating methods and property of metals. Position and fasten induction coil and fixture on machine. Adjust controls to set frequency of current and automatic timer. Position and fasten part in fixture and start machine to heat treat sample part. Adjust frequency of current, automatic timer and fixture on machine until sample meets specifications. May set up induction machines. Maintain daily production records. Responsible for cleanliness and housekeeping of work area. Inspect and verify that finished product is in conformance with specification on blueprint and is properly identified. Performs other related duties as assigned or directed. High School diploma, GED or equivalent. Two (2) years experience in a heat treating environment as an Induction-Machine Operator or equivalent experience in manufacturing. These requirements may be waived upon demonstration of knowledge or skills. Induction machines, Rockwell hardness tester, cutoff saw and calipers. Possess sufficient visual acuity to perform visual and mechanical inspection of heat treated parts. Possess sufficient manual dexterity and mobility to operate equipment, stock parts and moved processed parts. Be capable of standing at workstations for up to twelve (12) hours and lift in excess of 50 pounds in a high temperature environment.