Perform analyses according to established methods including operation of analytical equipment, calibration checks, calibration adjustment, recording and reporting results, and release of product and parts.
Perform a variety of lab preparation, testing, and support activities, including:
Sample receiving (identify test requirements and enter specimen into tracking system)
Specimen preparation (abrasive cutting, turning, milling, grinding, CNC operation, etc.)
Mechanical testing (hardness, tensile, rupture, impact, etc.)
Metallographic preparation and evaluation
Maintain quality system compliance (calibration checks, self-audits, etc.)
Perform maintenance and troubleshooting on lab equipment.
Review industry and customer specifications and help develop, write or update procedures.
Rotate hours as needed to support production or department needs. Daily or weekend O.T. may be required.
Strong mechanical, math, and writing ability.
Strong communication skills.
Ability to work and learn independently with minimal supervision.
Capable of mistake-free work in a fast-paced work environment.
Computer skills are required (working with Microsoft Windows-based systems, creating spreadsheets for calculations, entering and reviewing data in databases).
Minimum of high school education in math and science (chemistry, physics, general) is required. Additional technical classes or associates degree an asset.
Demonstrated excellent attendance
Experience operating and maintaining chemical and/or physical testing equipment (microscopes, tensile testing, spectrometers, etc.) is preferred.
Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females,
Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities
Drug Free Workplace