Induction Brazer reports to the manufacturing supervisor and is responsible for brazing, assembling, cleaning, joining and inspecting parts, using appropriate tools and equipment, in an industrial setting. The position works under close supervision, limited decision-making and limited contact with external suppliers or customers.
Communicates information to others about project status, updates, specific instructions, etc.
Completes necessary paperwork and computer entries accurately and in a timely manner.
Obtains certifications in order to perform necessary processes.
Adjusts electrical current for type and thickness of metal, as computed from data charts.
Adjusts and records parameters to comply with process limits.
Verifies the calibration of equipment and expiration dates.
Uses limited troubleshooting and problem solving.
Cleans, assembles, joins and inspects parts per applicable work instructions; and conducts tests and inspections by following applicable work instructions.
May anneal or heat process parts when equipment is shared for furnace brazing operations.
Work Envrionment/ Physical Activites:
Moderate physical activity requiring agility and dexterity, including walking, standing, or bending; and lifting or moving objects.
Work is performed in area with moderate risk or discomfort that may require special safety precautions, such as wearing protective clothing or gear.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
The ability to accomplish a task with concern for all the areas involved, including the ability to notice minute inconsistencies/faults in parts.
The ability to use computer and web-based systems to input, access, modify, or output information.
Requires verbal and written communication skills to convey basic, routine factual information about day-to-day activities to others who are fully knowledgeable in the subject area.
The position requires manual dexterity ort the ability to work quickly with hands and strong hand-eye coordination.
The ability and willingness to demonstrate eagerness, enthusiasm, and optimism for work activities. This includes the ability and willingness to take ownership of work activities, to learn and understand company policies and procedures.
Knowledge of and the ability to adhere to department safety rules regarding eye and ear protection, personal protection, hazard labeling, MSDS sheets, evacuation procedures, and emergency phone numbers.
The ability to perform simple arithmetic computations including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division correctly using whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percentages.
Knowledge of how quality impacts the success of the organization including costs to customers, costs of recalls and potential costs due to negative impacts on a company's reputation. This includes taking the necessary steps to ensure quality on a consistent basis and striving for improvement.
The ability to see details (e.g., letters, numbers, codes, color, symbols, marks, labels, signs) clearly to accomplish work tasks in a safe and efficient manner.
Education or Formal Training:
Woodward is an independent designer, manufacturer, and service provider of control solutions for the aerospace and energy markets. Our aerospace systems and components optimize the performance of fixed wing and rotorcraft platforms in commercial, business and military aircraft, ground vehicles and other equipment. Our energy-related systems and components enhance the performance of industrial gas and steam turbines, reciprocating engines, compressors, wind turbines, electrical grids and other energy-related industrial equipment. The company's innovative fluid energy, combustion control, electrical energy, and motion control systems help customers offer cleaner, more reliable and more efficient equipment. Our customers include leading original equipment manufacturers and end users of their products.
Woodward is an Equal Opportunity Employer