OPR 3346 Plater 2 positions - 1st Shift
Woodward Governor Company - Rockford, IL

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DESCRIPTION

Supervision ReceivedWorks under close supervision.Supervision ProvidedDoes not provide supervision to others.Impact of DecisionResponsible for own work. Decision-making is limited. Impact of decisions is readily apparent. Errors made typically only impact timeline (i.e., require additional time to correct).Communication and InfluenceRequires 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.Physical ActivityModerate to demanding physical activity requiring agility and dexterity, including walking, standing, or bending; and lifting or moving objects.Working ConditionsWork is performed in area with moderate risk or discomfort that may require special safety precautions, such as wearing protective clothing or gear.Related Work Experience Minimum RequirementNo related work experience is required.Driver's LicenseNo.Job ComplexityOperates machines or performs processes; uses limited troubleshooting and problem solving.

DUTIES

Plater Essential Functions Follows appropriate work instructions to complete the coating process; cleans, assembles, coats and inspects parts per applicable work instructions; and conducts tests and inspections by following applicable work instructions.Communicates information to others about project status, updates, specific instructions, etc.Completes necessary paperwork and computer entries accurately and in a timely manner; and writes Non-Conformance Reports (NCR's).Manufactures/inspects production parts using coating (e.g., anodize, hardcoat, passivate, impregnate, sandstrom) processes, per applicable work instructions.Mixes and adds plating solutions, using instruments and chemical test results; and mixes and adds chemicals to tanks per lab recommendations.Obtains necessary certifications for running plating processes.Records parameters to comply with process limits.Performs preventative maintenance using applicable equipment.Uses limited troubleshooting and problem-solving.

QUALIFICATIONS

Plater Other Functions Cleans immediate work area.Deburrs rack marks per applicable work instructions.Examines object visually at end of process to determine thickness of metal deposit or measure thickness, using instruments, such as micrometers, eddy current or calipers.Immerses object in cleaning and rinsing bath as required per instructions.Moves controls on rectifier to adjust flow of current through plating solution from anode to cathode and to permit electrode position of metal on object.Promotes teamwork within the organization.Racks and masks parts per appropriate work instructions.Removes plated object from solution at periodic intervals and observes object to ensure conformance to specifications.Sets or adjusts tank controls for appropriate temperature.Sets and adjusts voltage and amperage based on work instructions.Tracks and records time spent on work activities. Competencies The following list summarizes competencies of the PLATER 1 position. A square (n) identifies critical Competencies that are required to perform critically important parts of the job and a circle (l) identifies important Competencies that are required to perform important parts of the job. Those Competencies considered required upon entry into the job are indicated with a check mark ( ). Required Competencies Upon Entry General Competencies l6 SIGMA: Knowledge of the 6 SIGMA processes and the ability to apply 6 SIGMA principles to production process for continual improvement and operational effectiveness. lArithmetic Computation: The ability to perform arithmetic computations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division correctly using whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percentages. lAttention to Detail: The ability to accomplish a task with concern for all the areas involved, no matter how small. This includes the ability to notice minute inconsistencies/faults in parts, equipment, or production processes in order to prevent faulty products leaving the facility and to prevent further production inefficiencies. lComputer Use: The ability to use computer and web-based systems to input, access, modify, or output information or to execute programs or analyses with a willingness to learn new applications (e.g., PC-based tools, Microsoft applications, Web-based applications). This includes the ability to provide basic written communication in a timely fashion through knowledge of PC functions; access and store data; and quickly enter and retrieve data from computer systems using a keyboard, mouse, or trackball. lCustomer Service Orientation: The ability to provide excellent service to internal customers. This includes seeking to meet customer needs and demands quickly and effectively, remaining calm and professional when dealing with difficult internal customers, reviewing complaints from internal customers and taking action to remedy the complaint, and in general, taking care of the customer. nDepartment Safety Rules: 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. lDependability: The ability and willingness to take ownership of work activities and ensure that they are completed accurately, efficiently, and in a timely manner. This includes being conscientious, committed, reliable (e.g., adhering to the attendance policy), trustworthy, and accountable for completing work activities. lForm, Report, and Log Completion: The ability to accurately provide the information requested on specific forms, reports, and logs. This includes generating or transcribing appropriate words, numbers, or symbols to complete written or computerized forms, reports, or logs. lInitiative: The ability and willingness to take independent action and complete job tasks without being instructed to complete them. This includes the ability and willingness to recognize assignments or tasks that need to be completed, to seek out additional assignments or tasks, and to help others. lLearning: The ability to acquire and apply new knowledge and skills. This includes the ability to study, apply, and master a series of steps, procedures, rules, tools, or guidelines needed to perform a variety of tasks. lListening: The ability to understand key pieces of spoken information, separating relevant from irrelevant information, and following verbal instructions and explanations. This includes listening attentively to spoken information to ensure that the intended message has been accurately received, holding responses until the person has finished making his/her point, and repeating information to ensure accuracy. lMulti-Tasking: The ability to process multiple types of information and/or perform multiple tasks simultaneously. lOffice Equipment: Knowledge and ability to use general office equipment, such as copiers, faxes, printers, computers, etc. lOral Communication: The ability to communicate information clearly and politely to coworkers, supervisors, and guests when speaking. This includes targeting the amount, style, and content of the information to the needs of the receiver. lProblem Solving: The ability to define, diagnose, and resolve problems. This includes seeking, logically examining, and interpreting information from different sources to determine a problem's cause and developing a course of action to resolve the problem and to prevent its reoccurrence. lQuality Awareness: Knowledge of how quality impacts the success of the organization including costs to customers, costs of recalls, and potentials cost due to negative impacts on the company's reputation. This includes taking the necessary steps to ensure quality on a consistent basis and striving for improvements. lReading Comprehension: The ability to read and understand sentences and paragraphs written in work related documents and within the facilities database systems. lSelf Development: The willingness and the ability to develop oneself. This includes identifying own work and career interests, strengths, and limitations; pursuing education, training, feedback, and other opportunities for learning and development; managing and monitoring one's own learning and development; keeping abreast of changes and developments in the profession; maintaining an appropriate work life balance; and keeping skills and knowledge up-to-date. lStress Tolerance: The ability to work productively and effectively when faced with stressful work situations and time pressures. This includes maintaining stamina, patience, and effective interactions with others under stressful working conditions, and maintaining a calm, controlled, professional manner when facing high pressure and demanding situations. lTeamwork: The ability to interact cooperatively and collaboratively with others as a team, including those holding divergent and/or opposing view and goals. This includes the ability to deal effectively with individuals who are difficult, hostile, or distressed. lTechnical Communication: Knowledge of and ability to communicate technical and complex material to individuals in a compelling fashion in order to accomplish work related goals. lWoodward Policies and Procedures: The ability and willingness to learn and understand the company's policies, procedures, and regulations related to operations, guest relations, human resources, safety, security, and loss prevention. lWork Ethic: The ability and willingness to demonstrate eagerness, enthusiasm, optimism, and passion when working. This includes demonstrating persistence, heightening personal effort in the face of obstacles and adversity, pursuing excellence for self and organization, and possessing ambition. This also includes the ability and willingness to take ownership of work activities. lWritten Communication: The ability to write sentences and paragraphs following basic spelling and grammatical rules. Technical Competencies lDrawings and Diagrams: The ability to read, interpret and use the information presented in drawings, diagrams and blueprints to determine appropriate activities, tools, and next steps in the production process. lHand Tools: Knowledge of and the ability to use a variety of basic hand tools (e.g., wrenches, hammers, screwdrivers, scrappers, box cutters). lHand-Eye Coordination: The ability to coordinate one's eyes with one's fingers, wrists, or arms to move, carry, or manipulate objects or to perform other job-related tasks. lHazardous Waste and HAZMAT Procedures: Knowledge of proper handling, transportation, and disposal of hazardous waste within area of responsibility. This includes knowledge of standard operating procedures for handling hazardous materials and knowledge of safety equipment/gear use and requirements, and MSDS. lInspection Techniques and Tools: Knowledge of and ability to apply inspection techniques (e.g., formalized inspection standards, inspection instructions, best practices) and use inspection tools efficiently. The ability to read and use micrometers, functional and cylindrical gauges, comparators, indicator setups, scales. lLean Manufacturing: Knowledge of lean manufacturing techniques (e.g., continuous improvement, waste minimization, pull processing) used to drive improvements in customer value and the ability to integrate those techniques into current production processes. lMachine Knowledge: Knowledge of mechanical components, connections, and interdependencies. This includes knowledge of basic engine operations, gears and drive shafts, basic electrical wiring, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, and required maintenance activities and steps necessary to keep machines in working order. lManual Dexterity : The ability to quickly move your hand, your hand together with your arm, or your two hands to grasp, manipulate, or assemble objects. lMechanical Aptitude: General knowledge of machines and equipment functionality, and how tools could be used on such equipment/machines. This includes the ability to learn new systems quickly, understanding how parts relate, and how they impact system functionality. lNCR: Knowledge of non-conformance procedures and processes when parts fail inspection. This includes knowledge of systems required to log and track failed inspections and associated documentation as needed within area of responsibility. lOSHA: Knowledge of current OSHA recommendations and requirements, including how those requirements impact day to day operations and maintenance activities. lPart Handling: Knowledge of part special handling guidelines and specifications. This includes researching part handling instructions using facility databases or work orders and following the handling procedures required. lProcess Recipe: The ability to read and follow the process recipe for various parts and products. lVisual Acuity: 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 lWISE System: Knowledge of navigation and use of the WISE system for modules relevant to area of responsibility. lWork Instructions: Knowledge and the ability to follow work instructions/order when working on parts or within area of responsibility. Education/Formal TrainingHigh School Diploma or EquivalentExperienceIndustrial Plating and Coating preferred Plater Essential Functions Follows appropriate work instructions to complete the coating process; cleans, assembles, coats and inspects parts per applicable work instructions; and conducts tests and inspections by following applicable work instructions.Communicates information to others about project status, updates, specific instructions, etc.Completes necessary paperwork and computer entries accurately and in a timely manner; and writes Non-Conformance Reports (NCR's).Manufactures/inspects production parts using coating (e.g., anodize, hardcoat, passivate, impregnate, sandstrom) processes, per applicable work instructions.Mixes and adds plating solutions, using instruments and chemical test results; and mixes and adds chemicals to tanks per lab recommendations.Obtains necessary certifications for running plating processes.Records parameters to comply with process limits.Performs preventative maintenance using applicable equipment.Uses limited troubleshooting and problem-solving.

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Woodward (formerly Woodward Governor) likes to remain in control. The company manufactures and services a slew of energy control and...