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ERA Industries strives to offer a clean and safe work environment for individuals that want to be challenged and to grow professionally. We continue to look to develop the organization, and we understand that this is impossible without people. Our focus is to keep adding to our team of like minded individuals that want to learn a trade and of experienced professionals that want to continue learning. We are looking for individuals that take great pride in quality and who understand the criticality of the work we do to support our troops, people utilizing air travel, medical professionals saving lives, and those advancing technology in the semiconductor world to improve our future.

What we offer:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Short Term Disability Insurance (paid by company)
  • Long Term Disability Insurance (paid by company)
  • 401K
  • Life Insurance
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation time
  • Apprenticeship Programs (both internal and with external partners)
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Internships

Qualifications:

  • Understand the inspection equipment accuracy and repeatability required for use during product verification.
  • Has the ability to interpret customer drawings, parts lists and BOM’s, including GD&T expertise.
  • Good Reporting Skills, including support of the Quality Management System (QMS).
  • Has the ability to communicate with customer representatives (quality and engineering) to address concerns and assist with solving job-related problems, as applicable to quality.
  • Can organize and prioritize job related duties.
  • Has the ability to mentor quality technicians and shop personnel by sharing job related information provided by the customer.

Duties & Expectations:

  • Create balloon drawings utilizing company provided (DISCUS) software.
  • Create First Article Inspection Reports for all required parts using an AS9102 format and provide them to customers for review and approval.
  • Create Designated Inspection Points for final inspections and in-process plans for operator inspections at the machine.
  • Compile shipment documentation, approve jobs for closure (for shipment or move to stock) and issue company Certificate of Compliance for all jobs designated to be delivered.
  • Create and submit Production Part Approval Process plans for all required parts.
  • Support final inspection requirements such as Visual/Dimensional review of product.
  • Coordinate and manage customer source inspections with customer source inspectors, customer service representatives and project engineers.
  • Use customer required documentation formats, including customer internet portals.
  • Report on out of tolerance conditions, assist with the investigation and corrective action activities and complete a Root Cause & Corrective Action (RCCA) report.
  • Issue and manage suppliers’ required corrective actions.
  • Prepare, submit and manage requests for deviation to customer where required.
  • Assist with gage R&R activities and capability studies, as required.
  • Control non-conforming material activities, including documentation and disposal (scrap)/Rework activities.
  • Initiate containment by issuing stock pull tickets for suspect product, issue Quality Alerts and communicate with Manufacturing concerning customer rejects and concerns.
  • Coordinate Return Material Authorization (RMA) process.
  • Issue inspection work instructions to manufacturing and/or inspection as required.
  • Perform other tasks as assigned by the QE Manager.
  • Maintain a positive attitude and punctuality.
  • Maintain a clean and organized workspace.
  • Willing to work in a team environment and interact with departmental and supplier personnel as required.
  • Identify, when applicable, continuous improvement of processes and understand the contribution to the effectiveness of the Quality Management System (QMS).
  • Remain aware of quality policies, procedures, objectives, contribution to conformance of product, safety and ethics.

Qualifications:

  • Mechanical Engineering degree or equivalent experience with manufacturing process engineering.
  • Ability to interpret customer drawings, work instructions, in-process control plans and understand GD&T.
  • Minimum of 4 years’ experience using CAD systems Master Cam, Unigraphics, SolidWorks or similar.
  • Ability to create/design work holding/fixturing and designate tool selection.
  • Ability to sequence process parts to achieve quality and meet financial objectives.
  • Strong trouble shooting ability for work holding, tool selection and machining approach.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience working in a CNC machining or fabrication environment.

Duties & Expectations:

  • Create BOM’s, routings, item masters and store related data in ERP system. Maintain proper sequence and flow downs.
  • Conduct contract review on all new parts utilizing proper documentation. Provide material requirements to purchasing.
  • Analyze print, specifications, and requirements to create the most efficient manufacturing process for a part.
  • Interact with customers on technical items such as clarification of drawings, specifications, and design improvement ideas.
  • Understand customer requirements as they are imposed and their effect on each job.
  • Work with production on resolving process related issues.
  • Create process drawings as required.
  • Create and help design fixtures and work holdings to support production or quality.
  • Support repeat jobs as needed.
  • Support estimating when needed in regards to process or drawing/tolerance concerns.
  • Manage flow down of all internal, customer, and regulatory requirements to vendors.
  • Assist with internal and external corrective actions.
  • Maintain a positive attitude and punctuality.
  • Maintains a clean and organized work space.
  • Willing to work in a team environment and interact with departmental and supplier personnel as required.
  • Identify when applicable, continuous improvement of processes and understand the contribution to the effectiveness of the Quality Management System (QMS).
  • Aware of quality policies, procedures, objectives, contribution to conformance of product, safety and ethics.

Qualifications:

  • Knowledge and ability to properly interpret customer drawings, GD&T, work instructions, and in-process inspection plans.
  • Ability to use measuring tools including, nut not limited to, micrometers, calipers, thread gages, bore gages, dial and test indicators and height gages.
  • Ability to mount and load tooling, fixtures, vises, jaws and touch off all tooling, set offsets and set work zeros.
  • Ability to produce a first piece inspection part.
  • Basic trouble shooting of speeds & feeds, tool application and wear.
  • 2 years minimum experience working on CNC machines.
  • Ability to train operators to run and inspect parts approved for production.

Duties & Expectations:

  • Operate a CNC machine in a manner that is safe, producing quality product and meeting production expectations set forth by management.
  • Utilize CNC programs, set up tools, fixtures, work zeros and set up machines with first piece approval.
  • Work with QC to get the first piece approved and in-process inspection plans in place. Request all inspection or set up gages required to check parts at the machine.
  • Work with programmers for any technical issues or trouble shooting when needed.
  • Ensure that machine access door interlock is operable, as access door should remain locked during machine operation.
  • Mentor operators (all shifts) to properly run production and document inspection, as required.
  • Document work on inspection plans and the ERP system as applicable to maintain traceability and records.
  • Identify continuous improvement of processes and understand the contribution to the effectiveness of the QMS.
  • Communicate any concerns or issues related to production of parts, safety, and quality to supervisor.
  • Ensure that the FOD program is being adhered to during production activities.
  • Have basic measuring tools: Caliper, Micrometer, Test Indicator, ect.
  • Only use calibrated measuring equipment whether personal or company supplied. If not in proper calibration notify quality department to have calibrated immediately.
  • Handle inspection equipment, machines and parts in a manner that will not cause damage or compromise integrity.
  • In the event of lack of work or another department needing assistance, you are expected to do any of the following, not limited to: Cleaning, Operator, Manual Machining, Tool Management, Inspection of ongoing production parts.
  • Maintain a positive attitude and punctuality.
  • Keep work area clean and organized.
  • Be a team player in a team work environment.
  • Aware of quality policies, procedures, objectives, contribution to conformance of product, safety and ethics.

Qualifications:

  • Ability to properly read and interpret drawings, work instructions and in-process inspection plans.
  • Ability to use basic measuring tools (Micrometer, Caliper, Thread Gages, Pin Gages, Bore Gages, Indicators, Height Gages).
  • At least 2-years’ experience working on CNC machines.

Duties & Expectations:

  • Operate CNC machine in a manner that is safe, producing quality product and meeting production expectations as set forth by management.
  • Document work on in-process inspection plans and the ERP system as applicable to maintain traceability and records.
  • Change inserts and make simple offsets.
  • Keep work area clean and organized.
  • Understand and be aware of FOD prevention and report any incidents to the department manager.
  • Communicate any concerns or issues related to production of parts, safety and quality to supervisor for particular machine or project.
  • Look for optimization of production time and understand the contribution to the effectiveness of the QMS.
  • Be a team player in a team work environment.
  • Have basic measuring tools (Caliper, Micrometer, ect).
  • Only use calibrated measuring equipment whether personal or company supplied. If not in proper calibration, notify quality department to have calibrated immediately.
  • Handle machines, parts, and inspection equipment in a manner that will not cause damage or compromise product integrity.
  • In the event of lack of work or another department needing assistance, you are expected to do any of the following, not limited to: Deburring, Assembly, Cleaning, Shipping and Receiving.
  • Maintain a positive attitude and punctuality.
  • Aware of procedures, quality policies, objectives, contribution to conformance of product, safety and ethics.

Interested parties may send their resume to hr@eraind.com.

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