Finisher II - DS (FIN2#206-18)

Hanover, PA posted on October 15

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Since its beginnings in 1937, R. H. Sheppard Co., Inc. has grown to be one of the largest employers in South Central Pennsylvania. Today, the company operates 400,000 square foot manufacturing facilities and two state‐of‐the art foundries in Hanover, Pennsylvania, and an additional 69,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Wytheville, Virginia. While our number of employees, facilities and processing equipment has grown over the years, our basic philosophy has remained the same.

Our employees are committed to providing our customers with the best possible product in design, quality, cost and service.

Employees of Sheppard are provided the opportunity to learn and develop new skills to reach their full potential. Our culture is to promote the advancement of employees who achieve results. This environment has helped the company retain many of our employees for the majority of their working careers, creating an overall average length of service that is among the highest in our industry.

Position Overview:

The primary responsibility of this position is to inspect various castings for hardness, visual defects and shift or swell while ensuring all quality standards are met. Incumbent must follow inspection QCI’s (Quality Control Instructions) and process control charts. Performs sample, audit, and 100% inspections as appropriate on in process and final parts. Incumbent will work under moderate supervision. Responsibilities captioned below are considered essential job functions:

Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Adhere to established safety procedures and 5 “ S ” standards (Sort, Set in order, Shine, Standardize and Sustain the cycle) required to perform daily duties in this position, including the proper techniques used in lifting/moving of parts
  • Inspects the quality of the first piece produced by others in the department
  • Perform various inspections in accordance to written instructions
  • Repair small defects in castings by using small hand tools
  • Prepare castings for shipment by placing each casting into a shipping box or on a skid; completes various shipping forms and SPC (Statistical Process Control) charts
  • Responsible for communicating to a grinder and supervisor a defect or unusual condition requiring investigation or corrective action in the form of adjustments, part sorting, etc
  • Verifies castings are released from the lab by utilizing the computer terminal
  • Other duties as assigned; required being very flexible in their daily job assignments

Skills/Qualifications:

 In addition to the knowledge, skills and abilities of the Auditor:

  • PC skills
  • Proficient with mechanical tools and measuring equipment including shop rule, micrometers and indicators

Working Conditions/Physical Requirements:

General shop and machine tool noise, dirt, dust, sand, grease, high temperatures and fumes from the operation of machines and equipment. Normal working position is standing or walking through out the plant. Some repetitive lifting/moving is required, depending on the daily assignment or tasks being performed. Physical ability to wear respirator and safety equipment required. The weight can range anywhere from 1 to 130 lbs in which proper lifting/moving techniques are required.

Standard Shift Hours:

Mon - Fri:  4am - 1:30pm (core hours) + overtime

Benefits:

Paid Time-Off

Paid Holidays

Medical Insurance with Flexible Spending Account

Free Medical Clinic for Employees and Dependents

Dental & Vision Insurance

Life, STD & LTD

Life Assistance Program

401(k)


Wage

DOE

Experience

Any

Type

Full-time