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Furnace Melter

Company Name:
Newton International

Newton International is looking for qualified candidates to fill an Induction Furnace Melter position in Bay City, MI.
Responsibilities for this position include:
Pouring stainless steel, carbon steel, aluminum, and bronze.
Operate the induction furnace according to the ISO 9000, operator level instructions.
Operate the preheat furnace according to the ISO 9000, operator level instructions.
Operating the knock out, table blast, and the defoaming process according to the ISO 9000, operator level instructions.
Performing basic melting procedures with consistency and precision daily.
Perform operator level scheduled preventative maintenance on equipment in the melting department (Induction Furnace and Preheat Furnace)
Requirements for this position include:
Must be mechanically inclined.
Perform operator level scheduled preventative maintenance on equipment in the melting department (Induction Furnace and Preheat Furnace).
Must be able to take, understand, and perform the instructions given for the day.
Must follow and enforce safety rules and procedures.
Must understand alloy sequencing.
Use time wisely and work efficiently unsupervised.
Ability to interpret the production schedule and plan accordingly.
Ability to provide instructions to others and lead a small production team.
Basic understanding of the chemistry involved in melting alloys.
Basic math (proportions, percentages, and averages).
Ability to lift 100 pounds.
Ability to stand all day.
Ability to work in hot and cold conditions.
Must pass physical, be drug free, and be able to wear and use a respirator.
Quality:
Must understand how you affect the quality of castings.
Needs a basic understanding of the entire production process.
Must be able to fill out quality documents legibly.
Must inspect and patch shells according to the ISO 9000, operator level instructions.
Must perform basic melting procedures with consistency and precision every day.
Must be a team player, accept instructions from others and contribute to problem solving, continuous improvement and product quality improvement.

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