Optics Fabrication Technician CWW Front End Night Shift- Guaranteed sign on bonus and relocation
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An Optical Fabrication Technician will be responsible for:
- Complying with safety requirements and participating in safety improvements within your work center.
- Maintaining area, tooling, and equipment to 5S area standards.
- Identifying and escalating any unsafe conditions.
- Strictly adhering to processing standards and work instructions to obtain consistent quality results.
- Actively monitoring optical processing equipment and responding as appropriate to ensure desired results.
- Handling delicate optical components and visually identifying any abnormal characteristics.
- Identifying and escalating any product or process quality concerns in a timely manner.
- Performing assigned work content to support area and factory schedule execution.
- Learning and applying skills to tackle progressively more challenging products.
- Identifying and contributing to continuous improvement initiatives in how your work is defined and performed, and more broadly within your area, to improve safety, quality, output, and cycle time.
- Collaborating with production engineering and manufacturing management to improve operational efficiencies and effectivity.
- Accurately recording time and attendance.
- Transacting work activity in shop floor control system including documenting processing delays or quality issues.
- Adhering to company policies and procedures.
- Learn to inspect and create map of glass surfaces showing all minute defects
- Learn to clean optical surfaces of all particles and contaminants
- High school diploma. Associates degree in a vocational trade preferred.
- Previous experience working in a manufacturing facility or completion of a vocational certification.
- Use of some of the following: measuring equipment desirable: microscopes, calipers, micrometers, coordinate measuring machine (CMM), interferometer.
- Data collection and record keeping.
- Transacting work activities in a shop floor control system.
- Participating in continuous improvement efforts (quality circles, kaizen events, etc)
- Work experience or active hobbies that translate to stated job responsibilities and desired personal skills.
- Commitment to task and results orientation to complete scheduled activities and report status throughout your shift.
- Attention to detail to deliver quality results from your processing step, including visually inspecting your work to detect and report any abnormalities.
- Organization of information and materials.
- Ability to read and understand gages and other measuring devices.
- Ability to interpret mathematical and geometrical data. An example would be experience reading and interpreting topographical maps.
- Ability to effectively communicate written and verbal information.
- Demonstrated ability to clearly document a problem using facts and data.
- Accountable for your actions and willingness to engage in problem resolution.
- Constructively challenge the status quo in search of a better way.
- Care for yourself and others by confronting unsafe behaviors or conditions.
- Take pride in your work and speak up when observing abnormal conditions in process or product.
- Self-motivated learner.
- Dexterity to handle optical components with care.
- May be exposed to moving mechanical parts, solvents and tooling.
- May also be exposed to laser energy and magnetic fields.
- May be required to handle chemicals including HF (Hydroflouric Acid)
- Production areas are maintained at 70 to 75 degrees and 35-55% relative humidity.
- The noise level in the manufacturing areas is usually moderate.
- Ability to lift 35 lbs
- May be required to wear Class 10,000 cleanroom garments.