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Role Summary: The Additive Technician is responsible for manufacturing operations involving a variety of hand and/or machine operations. You will carry out repairs on a variety of parts, use small power hand grinders, hand tools & other equipment, keep records & perform related tasks. Other duties may include the preparation of metallurgical samples & set up activities on additive machines. You will need to have specialized knowledge, skills, & abilities relating to the production process and procedures.
Follow work procedures and schematics including complex instructions regarding duties to be performed
Perform manufacturing/assembly operations and various tasks following procedures, bills of materials, work instructions, and process aid sheets
Work independently and complete basic troubleshooting
Set up complex machines such as DMLM additive machines, hot wire laser machines.
Participate in quality control inspections when required
Work with team leaders, engineers, supervisors, and managers to improve quality and process efficiency, as well as the development of process parameters
Other duties as assigned, and may be asked to be included in quality activities, training sessions, and employee activity teams
Performing more advanced and complex assembly and testing when required
Trains other team members when required
Comply with EHS regulations and policies
High School Diploma/GED or local equivalent
2-3 years of experience involving complex hand operations such as fine arts metal working or sculpting, welding and finishing or similar complex hand activities
Ability to communicate, receive and understand instructions regarding duties to be performed
Demonstrated ability for detailed work and quality-minded work habits
Demonstrated ability to communicate with co-workers and leadership
Ability to lift 20+ lbs on a regular basis
Associates degree or local equivalent in Fine Arts or Mechanical Technology
Team player with strong interpersonal skills
Independent and energetic self-starter
Openness to diverse work assignments with limited structure
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