New Hampshire Ball Bearings, Inc. (NHBB)

  • Machine Set Up I: Heat Treat

    # Positions
    Job Location: State/Province
    Regular Full-Time
    Monday-Friday 3:30pm-12:00am
  • Description



    Job summary

    Set up, adjust and operate machinery in a functional area to internal specifications.

    Summary of essential job functions

    Set up and operate equipment following standard procedures or certified processes if available to prepare for production runs (certified process is required if available)

    Follow standard procedures and all quality requirements including verifying process integrity through gaging of product

    Maintain all necessary documentation in a clear and accurate manner

    Follow any requirements for plotting or other SPC requirements -delete

    Work as a team to achieve desired production quality and output

    Handle parts according to established procedures

    Follow all prescribed safety rules and regulations

    Keep work area clean and orderly

    Performs related duties as assigned by leadership


    Additional job responsibilities could include: hardness testing (preparation of samples and performing of testing), basic metallographic sample preparation (Met Lab), and assist with processing and transaction of parts through the heat treat area.


    Minimum requirements

    High School diploma or equivalent

    Once trained, must maintain certification through written and practical testing

    Experience with aerospace manufacturing and/or materials is preferred

    Strong work ethic & good communication skills

    Abilities required

    Must be able to understand and perform to quality standards, methods, usage of inspection devices and reporting as required

    Attention to detail

    Ability to work independently

    Able to understand gaging requirements; good math skills are necessary

    Able to set up multiple machines in a fast paced environment

    Able to be flexible and respond to the changing needs of the organization

    Ability to lift 40 lbs.


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