Remains Lighting is always looking for reliable team players who are eager to contribute to the growth and success of our company.
We are an equal opportunity employer.
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Responsible for all work associated with the electroplating shop working directly for the Production Foreman to maintain a steady workflow and a quality job.
Duties Will Encompass: 1. Evaluate incoming parts and determine what cleaning, plating, and other operations are required. 2. Prepare and verify the necessary set up including the plating baths, the current density, the conductivity, temperature, metal concentration, agitation and any other related parameters. 3. Clean parts of any oil, grease, or other organic material using various cleaning methods and solutions. 4. Select and set up necessary racks and fixtures for the processes being performed on jobs. 5. Plate two metals one over the other using copper, nickel, brass, and other materials. 6. Produce quality work – the platter is responsible for the quality of the work. 7. Perform in-process maintenance of operating conditions and for any equipment used. Order repairs to equipment that is beyond ordinary maintenance. 8. Design and have fabricated any new racks and fixtures required. 9. Identify and implement continuous improvement projects. 10. Maintain clean and efficient working areas. 11. Record, submit and maintain Hazard Communications documentation. 12. Arrange for and oversee disposal of Chemical remains.
Requirements: 1. 2-3 years Electroplating experience in a manufacturing environment. 2. Experience doing analytical tests of electroplating solution.
This is a full time hourly position with heath, dental, 401K, & PTO benefits.
3 years skill and experience in milling and turning operations as well as jig and fixture making is required.
Solidworks proficiency is required. Familiarity with metalworking processes is recommended.
Fine manual control required.
Knowledge of all copper and nickel processes is required. Safety, EPA, and OSHA experience is a requirement.
Knowledge of a wide range of hot-joining techniques in brass is recommended.