3rd shift Gritter/General Labor

General Information

United States of America
North Carolina
Rural Hall
Gas and Power
Business Unit
Full Time / Part Time
Experience Level
Early Professional
A Snapshot of Your Day

Overview: The primary purpose of this position is to perform a variety of duties in the Special Process Department with minimal supervision. Assist operators in processes such as furnace, operations, machining, surface treating, cleaning and coating according to manufacturing and customer requirements.

Job Responsibilities:
The following are the major job duties, but this job description does not preclude the performance of other duties by the incumbent. Unless otherwise stated, each employee is responsible for their own work as well as the responsibility of safety for themselves and their co-workers.

Primary Job Responsibilities:
- Grit blast components including removal of TBC, Bond coat, prior to inspection, repair or coating
- Operate shot peen equipment
- Operate and adjust parameters as needed on all manual, walk in, and automatic blast machines
- Move parts in and out of the walk-in blaster using fork lifts or other appropriate means
- Transport components to various workstations within the department and facility
- Assist in performing preventative maintenance of blasting equipment including maintaining records and logs
- Assist in maintaining a clean work environment
- Maintain and replenish department consumable materials such as blasting and peening media used for both blasting and cleaning
- Assist in performing minor adjustment and repairs to various department equipment, tools, and machines
- Retrieve and return tools and fixtures that are used for processing components
- Able to perform and use JHAs related to blasting
- Be able to get certified and maintain forklift license.
- Assist in loading components onto fixtures for processing

Entry level position - requires experience working in an industrial environment.

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