R= Required, P=Preferred
Business Purpose: To provide production-related and administrative task support to the supervising Process Engineer; To assist (as directed by the supervising Engineer) in providing technical support to Manufacturing and Quality in aspects of process monitoring/control, quality control, test sampling; and to work weekends as necessary to support business needs.
Education: A.S. in Engineering/Industrial Technology/Supervision/other (R); B.S./B.A. in Engineering or
Experience: 1-3 years with A.S./B.S. or other degree, in a manufacturing/processing environment (P)
Areas of Knowledge: Manufacturing processes and equipment (P) Mechanical Technology (P), Mechanical or Lab experience (P).
Skills: Organization, effective communications both written & verbal (R), Computer Literacy in Microsoft Office Applications (R), Math Proficiency (R); First Aid, CPR (P).
Global Accountabilities for the Role:
1. Safety: Support our corporate policy of prioritizing safety and environmental excellence through proactive, personal focus on safe conduct and behavior, proper use of PPE, and persistent efforts to seek improvements in safety and environment protection in all manufacturing processes.
2. Environmental: Give full support to the function, interactions of the managements systems subscribed to by the facility (i.e. AS 9100, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, BSI 18001).
3. Quality: Ensure that quality is second only to safety in all decision-making processes; demonstrate importance of Quality through careful focus on identifying process/control problems, clear communication to responsible individuals and direct manager, and persistent follow-up to ensure that remedial actions are effective and complete.
4. Productivity: Meet commitments and complete assignments within the established time frame. Use time to maximize benefit to company.
5. Costs: Optimize resources and exercising good judgement in its use. At direction of the supervising engineer, observe and recommend ways to improve cost effectiveness of the tubular manufacturing organization.
Specific Accountabilities for the Role:
1. Observation of Manufacturing Processes: At the direction of the supervising Engineer, monitor processes, equipment, and product to assess conformance to SOP’s, QCI’s, and Routings. Observe and identify opportunities for process improvements to improve equipment uptime, increase yields, rates and efficiencies.
2. Systems: Learn and use the required systems and procedures for accomplishing tasks including Shop Floor System, Product Review procedure, AX, MS Office tools, and any others as directed by the supervising Engineer.
3. Communication: Clearly provide process quality feedback to Engineering, Manufacturing, and Production Control.
4. Engineering Daily Tasks. Assist Process Engineers with completion of daily tasks. Gain proficiency in established procedures for accomplishing daily tasks. Collect information from the shop floor as needed by engineering staff to assist in dispositioning of non-conforming material and improvement of work flow.
5. Safety/Environmental: Ensure that processes and procedures comply with environmental requirements and follow best safety practices.
6. Relations: Conduct duties professionally, ethically, and consistently. Recognize responsibilities based on organizational structure, and communicate/cooperate with appropriate individuals.
7. Metallurgical: Develop metallurgical knowledge and understanding for processing Hastelloy and Titanium alloys.
Working Relationships: (Roles/Titles)
1. Manager-once-Removed: Director of Operations – Tubular Products
2. Manager: Engineering Manager, Process Engineers
3. Direct Reports: None
4. Colleagues: First-line Supervisors, Lab Technicians
5. Key Cross-functional Relationships: Production Supervisors, Lab & Testing Supervisor, Inspection Supervisor, Production Control Planners, Maintenance Supervisors & Planner, Cost Accounting
Proud to celebrate more than 100 years of alloy innovation.
Haynes International is one of the world’s largest developer, manufacturers, and distributors of high-performance nickel- and cobalt-based alloys for use in high-temperature and corrosion applications. Our standard product forms include sheet and plate, bar and billet, seamless and welded pipe and tubing, wire and welding consumables, fittings and flanges.
Our Markets and Alloys
High-temperature alloys are used by manufacturers of equipment that is subjected to extremely high temperatures, such as jet engines for the aerospace market, gas turbine engines used for power generation and waste incineration, and industrial heating equipment.
Corrosion-resistant alloys are used in applications that require resistance to very corrosive media found in applications, such as chemical processing, power plant emissions control, hazardous waste treatment, sour gas production and pharmaceutical vessels.
Haynes International currently maintains a total of approximately 23 published U.S. patents and applications and approximately 223 foreign counterpart patents and applications targeted at countries with significant or potential markets for the patented products. We continue to develop, manufacture and test high-performance nickel- and cobalt-based alloys. Since fiscal year 2000, our technical programs have yielded nine new proprietary alloys, five of which are currently commercially available and four of which are being scaled-up to be brought to market.
Haynes International has manufacturing facilities in Kokomo, Indiana; Arcadia, Louisiana; and Mountain Home, North Carolina. The Kokomo facility specializes in flat products, the Arcadia facility specializes in tubular products and the Mountain Home facility specializes in high-performance wire products. Our products are distributed primarily through our direct sales organization, which includes service and/or sales centers in the United States, Europe and Asia. All of these centers are company-operated.