FPI - OPS.GENERAL PRODUCTION.Operator. in Winsted, CT at Arconic

Date Posted: 11/3/2019

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This position has two main requirements: 1) perform inspection operations including receiving, final and all in-process inspections on all part types. 2) Process material through pre-clean operations prior to FPI. Process material through FPI line and perform process checks. Perform daily and weekly calibration checks. Both requirements will require following operational sheets and maintaining all quality records. Resolving problems as they arise in both areas. Individual will also be trained and responsible for heat treat furnaces. Essential Functions
Inspect material to operation sheet requirements.
Actively participate, promote and comply with all EHS, Quality programs and policies.
Maintain all quality records.
Gage, set-up and run airflow, waterflow and moment weigh.
Operate shotpeen.
Pack, unpack and load material, review and replace totes and liners if necessary.
Process parts through powerwash, ultrasonic clean, FPI line and pre-etch.
Train new inspectors and FPI personnel.
Perform daily and weekly systems and calibration checks on each shift. Restock penetrate supplies and materials and department supplies.
Assist Level II inspectors with parts handling.
Maintain FPI Level I certification. Assist in training of new inspectors and FPI personnel. Perform inspections of high visual concentration for a period of 2 hours continuously. Resolve problems as required; contact Quality Engineer or FPI Level 3 as needed. Final inspection of parts to OP sketch requirements. Split routers.
Perform TPM.
Perform 6S audits and other area requirements including end of shift clean up. Pack parts according to OP sketch.
Maintain acceptable attendance.
Input serial list numbers into heat treat data base.
Must have 160 hours of Level I processing and on the job training in addition to 20 classroom hours to meet the requirements as a certified FPI Level I. Must continue to progress to the FPI Level II role through on the job training and classroom hours.
Follow policies and procedures as outlined in Employee Handbook.
Perform all other job duties as assigned.


Job Specifications 1. Education: High School diploma 2. Skills and Abilities: • Basic understanding of addition, subtraction, multiplication and the division of numbers including decimal and fractions; simple use of formulas, charts tables, drawings, specifications, schedules, writing diagrams, computer scanning devices. • Basic skills and knowledge using adjustable measuring instruments for checking of reports, forms, records and comparable data; where interpretation is required involving basic skills knowledge.