Career Opportunities

This is your lifeWe consider our employees our greatest resource and support the highest level of integrity and work ethics.  As a member of our team, you will be challenged, develop valuable skills and be part of our family.  We offer excellent benefits with lower premiums than the industry standard.  Paid vacation time, 401k matching and educational reimbursements are just some of the benefits of working with us.

We believe in a healthy work / life balance and want you to feel fulfilled both at work and at home.  You will love your job, love your life, and feel like you are making a difference.

 

Open Career Opportunities

  • Job Summary

    Responsible for following instructions on Final Inspection Plans and measure part features using various gages to validate product conformance to the customer drawings and necessary standards. Must be proficient with all precision hand tools and have basic to intermediate understanding of drawing interpretation, including GD&T.

    Core Skills

    Attendance

    Understands that attendance and punctuality affect team morale, and the confidence people have in co-workers (particularly in a multi-shift production environment). Is consistently present, and ready to begin work activities, at the start of any shift or workday, while staying within established break periods, and arriving on time for meetings. Schedules personal appointments, or requests adjustment to schedules, with the least amount of disruption to existing business needs.

    Dependability

    Consistently reliable, accountable and trustworthy. Meets pre-established deadlines, even when unforeseen obstacles or setbacks are encountered. Consistently accepts accountability for any actions that may have contributed to a failure to deliver on a commitment. Offer honest details about events, even when there are incentives for doing otherwise.

    Safety

    Makes sure to understand every safety practice expected by the organization. Takes no shortcuts that increase the risks of accidents, personal injuries or equipment failures. Looks for unsafe practices in the workplace and takes responsibility to ensure that others are aware of the potential impact. This is distinctly different from those who are unaware of many safety expectations, take shortcuts that increase safety risks, and/or fail to recognize and take timely action to increase safe practices by others.

    Teamwork

    Is a valuable asset on any team. Accepts a fair share of the workload, pulling own weight and delivering on commitments. Expresses differences of opinion in a respectful manner, and resolves interpersonal conflicts constructively. Does what is best for the team, putting overall production/results ahead of personal accomplishments/recognition.

    Ability to Learn New Skills

    Tends to learn new skills quickly on his/her own AND apply them both quickly and effectively to work situations. This is in distinct contrast to those who struggle when asked to learn or embrace new skills, or who fail to quickly and proactively apply new skills back on the job.

    Application of New Skills

    Makes it a point to put new skills and knowledge to use on the job in a timely and effective manner. Applies new skills on the job before forgeting what was learned, and ensures that these skills are used to create a positive impact on a day-to-day basis. This is in direct contrast to those who delay efforts to apply new skills or knowledge or who allow themselves to get discouraged when new skills feel awkward or when they do not achieve immediate results. Such individuals typically fail to achieve the benefit of new skills and knowledge back on the job and frequently go back to their old ways of doing things.

    Quality of Work

    Consistently follows product/work specifications, paying close attention to the smallest details. Demonstrates personal pride in work quality, checking own work for accuracy and correcting own errors or mistakes. Reports quality issues promptly, taking appropriate steps to prevent continued production of a sub-standard product.

    Quantity of Work

    Under typical operating conditions, work output levels consistently meet expectations for someone at this job level, with comparable time/experience in the position. Consistently works at a pace that ensures that an acceptable quantity of work is produced, without sacrificing quality or safety objectives. Steps-up the pace, and delivers needed results, when customer\deadlines require an especially high volume of work output.

    Position Specific Skills

    Uses time effectively

    Uses touch screen work center load to determine next assignment and logs in to selected work order. Pulls Final Inspection Plan (FIP) folder, review work order requirements, and gather gages prior to inspection.

    Work Area

    Maintains a clean and organized work environment. (clean work bench, return Final Inspection Plan (FIP) folder and gages to their proper location prior to starting next job, practices 5S activities)

    ANSI/ASME Y14.5

    Basic understanding of ANSI Y14.5 symbology, interpretation and application. Has attended B&B's GD&T training course & demonstrated ability to apply all concepts.

    Work Order Processing

    Able to read & understand job step information, WIP move, complete quantity accept/reject and create NCMR's.

    Documentation Accuracy

    Information is accurate, legible and complete on inspection reports i.e. work order number, serial number, revision, dimension results, check methods, quantity, Final Inspection plan (FIP) report and inspector/s name/stamp.

    Available Benefits

    Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Overtime, Training

    Experience and Education

    Years of Experience: Entry Level

    Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Sitting  X
    Standing  X
    Walking  X
    Climbing / Balancing
    Reaching with arms and hands  X
    Stooping / Kneeling / Crouching / Crawling
    Hearing
    Feeling / Touching  X
    Vision - close, peripheral, depth, ability to adjust focus  X

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Lifting / Moving up to 10 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 25 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 50 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 75 lbs





  • Job Summary

    Responsible for performing a variety of basic mechanical tasks, including, assembly hand tools, Hydraulics, part marking, installation of fasteners, fittings and bench assembly in accordance with military specifications. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.

    Core Skills

    Growth Mindset

    • Demonstrates learning is a life-long journey
    • Seeks feedback
    • Grows from feedback
    • Learns from problems
    • Challenges the status quo by proposing “a better way”

    Effective Communication

    • Creates safe dialogue (pool of meaning)
    • Asks questions
    • Listens
    • Separates fact from story
    • Develops mutual understanding
    • Provides relevant information to others quickly and accurately
    • Maintains confidentiality

    Problem Solving (PDSA i.e. Plan, Do, Study, Act)

    • Separates opinion from fact
    • Utilizes theory and data for problem solving
    • Focuses on the root cause, not the symptom
    • Goes an inch wide and a mile deep when problem solving
    • Seeks collaboration (believes two minds are better than one)
    • Understands the difference between common and special cause
    • Separates what must be done well now, and what can be improved later
    • Thinks strategically, and can articulate what you are (and are not) trying to do

    Accountability

    • Takes actions consistent with our values
    • Takes responsibility for results (no blame)
    • Team members can rely on you
    • Self motivated
    • Self disciplined
    • Accepts responsibility for self improvement
    • Appreciates and supports Systems: Policies, Standards, Safety, Quality

    Collaboration/Teamwork

    • Treats team members with respect
    • Provides positive reinforcement
    • Contributes ideas
    • Actively participates
    • Fulfills commitments
    • Achievement driven

    Position Specific Skills

    Uses time effectively C-Level
    Uses touch screen work center load to determine next job and logs in to selected work order. Review current work load for same part numbers that have expedite status and include these with current job. Understands current time standards and works to improve them. Makes productive use of available time.

    Work Area C-Level
    Work area is organized, clean and meets the departmental FOD requirements. Notifies supervisor/lead of maintenance needs.

    Communication Skills C-Level
    Effectively communicates verbally and has clear/legible writing.

    Work Order Processing C-Level
    Able to read & understand job step information and perform WIP moves

    Inspection C-Level
    Able to read & understand work instructions. Able to learn the use of the following tools: O.D.micrometers, depth micrometers, pins, travel indicators, calipers, and pressure gages. Checks expiration dates for the following: gages, sealants, primers, etc. Uses platoon style inspection, reads and understands monthly quality data, knows department monthly quality rating

    Assembly Duties C-Level
    Ability to learn the following: helicoil installation per BPS 4318, part marking per BPS4106, basic hydraulic testing, bushing/pin installation, time standards, basic wiring assemblies, and participates in CI.

    Safety C-Level
    Safety glasses must be worn at all times while in the department. Safety concerns/issues must be reported immediately to your supervisor or HR.

    Available Benefits

    Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Overtime, Training, Tuition Reimbursement, Work Boot Allowance

    Experience and Education

    Years of Experience: 0-1

    Type of Experience:

    Related experience and/or training


    Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent

    Program of study: General Studies

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Sitting  X
    Standing  X
    Walking  X
    Climbing / Balancing
    Reaching with arms and hands  X
    Stooping / Kneeling / Crouching / Crawling  X
    Hearing  X
    Feeling / Touching  X
    Vision - close, peripheral, depth, ability to adjust focus  X

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Lifting / Moving up to 10 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 25 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 50 lbs
    Lifting / Moving up to 75 lbs





  • Job Summary

    Responsible for operating one or more CNC machines to produce parts to company specifications and quality standards.  Responsible for following procedures to; mount fixtures, load tools in magazine, load program tape and makes required control settings. Changes setups and tooling as specified in program instructions. Positions material, checks machine operation and then machines parts to the specifications provided in engineering documents. Replaces dull or broken tooling as required. Checks own work for conformance to specifications.

    Core Skills

    Growth Mindset

    • Demonstrates learning is a life-long journey
    • Seeks feedback
    • Grows from feedback
    • Learns from problems
    • Challenges the status quo by proposing “a better way”

    Effective Communication

    • Creates safe dialogue (pool of meaning)
    • Asks questions
    • Listens
    • Separates fact from story
    • Develops mutual understanding
    • Provides relevant information to others quickly and accurately
    • Maintains confidentiality

    Problem Solving (PDSA i.e. Plan, Do, Study, Act)

    • Separates opinion from fact
    • Utilizes theory and data for problem solving
    • Focuses on the root cause, not the symptom
    • Goes an inch wide and a mile deep when problem solving
    • Seeks collaboration (believes two minds are better than one)
    • Understands the difference between common and special cause
    • Separates what must be done well now, and what can be improved later
    • Thinks strategically, and can articulate what you are (and are not) trying to do

    Accountability

    • Takes actions consistent with our values
    • Takes responsibility for results (no blame)
    • Team members can rely on you
    • Self motivated
    • Self disciplined
    • Accepts responsibility for self improvement
    • Appreciates and supports Systems: Policies, Standards, Safety, Quality

    Collaboration/Teamwork

    • Treats team members with respect
    • Provides positive reinforcement
    • Contributes ideas
    • Actively participates
    • Fulfills commitments
    • Achievement driven

    Position Specific Skills

    Work Area A-Level

    Maintains a clean and organized work environment. (floors are clean and oil spills/leaks are addressed immediately, chips are removed from machines regularly, machines are wiped down daily, all tools are maintained clean, orderly, and stored on shadowboards). 5S Score:

     Uses time effectively A-Level

    Inspects parts during auto cycle. Has next part ready for loading in advance. Uses available time to do additional inspection/tool maintenance. Assist team members when current responsibilities have been completed. Identifies and suggest areas for improvement.

    Basic CNC Maintenance A-Level

    Verifies and maintains proper coolant levels & concentration. Able to check waylube, hydraulic & spindle oil levels. Able to enter machine downtime request using the touchscreen.

    Part Loading A-Level

    Able to ensure surfaces are free of chips and load parts in standard fixtures, vise, chucks, qualify fixtures, and perform multi station loading. Can identify a defective fixture via wear, damage, loose pins, and poor part fit on fixture. Has attended B&B's part loading training course & demonstrated ability to apply all concepts.

    Tool Maintenance A-Level

    Able to change tools via MDI, visually inspect tool for sharpness, enter tool request/down time, input offsets correctly, indicate drill/reamer/form tool, change inserts, adjust boring bar, tool mounting and tool presetting, follows tool change process with inspection. Monitor carousel for chipped or broken tools and remove chips from cutting tools. Identifies and suggests improvements/adjustments: tool life & cutting tool selections

    Inspection Skills A-Level

    Able to use and set OD Micrometer, depth micrometer, indicating micrometer, intertest, OD test, Diatest, dial bore, inter micrometer, calipers, height gage, height master, indicators, drop indicators, gage pins, deltronic pins, air gaging, functional gaging, thread gages, comparator, gage blocks, muller gage, indicator/surface plate to inspect flatness, centerline, height, and Vblock inspections. Able to inspect parts for visual defects and required surface finishes. Intermediate understanding of ANSI 14.5 symbology and interpretation. Able to interpret DCC/CMM report. Follows inspection procedures and completes required inspection check lists. Red-tags and initiates NCMR for non-conforming product. Has attended B&B's GD&T training course & demonstrated ability to apply all concepts.

    Work Order Processing A-Level

    Able to read & understand job step information, analyze W/C priorities and schedule, WIP move, maintain material lot integrity.  Identifies & communicates work order errors (wrong fixture #s, work centers, nc program #s etc.). Stamps and dates work order per requirements (minimal errors)

    Problem Solving Skills A-Level

    Understands that a problem or undesired result exists; gathers data and develops corrective/preventive actions (individually or as a group). Ensures the actions are implemented and monitors the process to prevent future problems.

    CNC Skills A-Level

    Perform re-occurring set-ups, mill vise jaws, bore chuck jaws, understands G & M codes, program up-load/down-load, supervised editing (home number adjustment, tool life & speeds/feeds)

    Available Benefits

    Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Overtime, Training, Tuition Reimbursement, Work Boot Allowance

    Experience and Education

    Years of Experience: 5 Years

    Type of Experience:

    Related experience and/or training: or equivalent combination of education and experience.  5 Years of experience required


    Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Sitting  X
    Standing  X
    Walking  X
    Climbing / Balancing  X
    Reaching with arms and hands  X
    Stooping / Kneeling / Crouching / Crawling  X
    Hearing  X
    Feeling / Touching  X
    Vision - close, peripheral, depth, ability to adjust focus  X

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Lifting / Moving up to 10 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 25 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 50 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 75 lbs





  • Job Summary

    Responsible for performing general maintenance of facilities and production equipment. May be required to assists CNC maintenance technicians with troubleshooting and repair of equipment.

    Core Skills

    Growth Mindset

    • Demonstrates learning is a life-long journey
    • Seeks feedback
    • Grows from feedback
    • Learns from problems
    • Challenges the status quo by proposing “a better way”

    Effective Communication

    • Creates safe dialogue (pool of meaning)
    • Asks questions
    • Listens
    • Separates fact from story
    • Develops mutual understanding
    • Provides relevant information to others quickly and accurately
    • Maintains confidentiality

    Problem Solving (PDSA i.e. Plan, Do, Study, Act)

    • Separates opinion from fact
    • Utilizes theory and data for problem solving
    • Focuses on the root cause, not the symptom
    • Goes an inch wide and a mile deep when problem solving
    • Seeks collaboration (believes two minds are better than one)
    • Understands the difference between common and special cause
    • Separates what must be done well now, and what can be improved later
    • Thinks strategically, and can articulate what you are (and are not) trying to do

    Accountability

    • Takes actions consistent with our values
    • Takes responsibility for results (no blame)
    • Team members can rely on you
    • Self motivated
    • Self disciplined
    • Accepts responsibility for self improvement
    • Appreciates and supports Systems: Policies, Standards, Safety, Quality

    Collaboration/Teamwork

    • Treats team members with respect
    • Provides positive reinforcement
    • Contributes ideas
    • Actively participates
    • Fulfills commitments
    • Achievement driven

     

    Position Specific Skills

    Uses time effectively B-Level
    Evaluate, prioritize, and plan workload according to needs. Completes task in a timely manner. Assist team members when current responsibilities have been completed.

    Work Area B-Level
    Maintains a clean and organized work environment. (clean work bench/scooter, return tools and supplies to their proper location prior to starting next task)

    Maintenance B-Level
    Has basic mechanical skills and is able to perform the following: Service A/C units (change filters/belts/motor brackets/clean coils), Ultrasonic cleaning system, Anderson parts washers, Toyoda wash booth, and smog hogs. Cutting fluid maintenance (coolant production, concentration, and tank cleanings). Scrap metal maintenance (dump chips, drain dumpster, keep material type separate, make sure machinist have empty barrels, notify supervisor two days before pick-up is needed). Assist CNC maintenance technicians with equipment repairs. Empties shop floor trash, addresses emergency spills/sewer issues, baits squirrels/gophers, identifies irrigation issues, repairs exterior lights, and notifies supervisor/lead of maintenance issues. Reports oil leaks to Facilities Manager.

    Maintenance Equipment B-Level
    Able to properly and safely use forklift, scissor lift, scooter, and other maintenance equipment.

    Available Benefits

    Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Training, Tuition Reimbursement, Work Boot Allowance

    Experience and Education

    Years of Experience: 2 years

    Type of Experience:

    Basic maintenance in manufacturing industry


    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Sitting  X
    Standing  X
    Walking  X
    Climbing / Balancing  X
    Reaching with arms and hands  X
    Stooping / Kneeling / Crouching / Crawling  X
    Hearing  X
    Feeling / Touching  X
    Vision - close, peripheral, depth, ability to adjust focus  X

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Lifting / Moving up to 10 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 25 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 50 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 75 lbs  X





  • Job Summary

    Responsible for custodial duties of manufacturing and some administrative facilities.

    Core Skills

    Growth Mindset

    • Demonstrates learning is a life-long journey
    • Seeks feedback
    • Grows from feedback
    • Learns from problems
    • Challenges the status quo by proposing “a better way”

    Effective Communication

    • Creates safe dialogue (pool of meaning)
    • Asks questions
    • Listens
    • Separates fact from story
    • Develops mutual understanding
    • Provides relevant information to others quickly and accurately
    • Maintains confidentiality

    Problem Solving (PDSA i.e. Plan, Do, Study, Act)

    • Separates opinion from fact
    • Utilizes theory and data for problem solving
    • Focuses on the root cause, not the symptom
    • Goes an inch wide and a mile deep when problem solving
    • Seeks collaboration (believes two minds are better than one)
    • Understands the difference between common and special cause
    • Separates what must be done well now, and what can be improved later
    • Thinks strategically, and can articulate what you are (and are not) trying to do

    Accountability

    • Takes actions consistent with our values
    • Takes responsibility for results (no blame)
    • Team members can rely on you
    • Self motivated
    • Self disciplined
    • Accepts responsibility for self improvement
    • Appreciates and supports Systems: Policies, Standards, Safety, Quality

    Collaboration/Teamwork

    • Treats team members with respect
    • Provides positive reinforcement
    • Contributes ideas
    • Actively participates
    • Fulfills commitments
    • Achievement driven

     

    Position Specific Skills

    Uses Time Effectively

    Able to establish a routine that allows you to make best use of your time. Evaluate and prioritize workload.  Able to effectively communicate with dayshift on any issues or needs.

    Storage Areas

    Maintains a clean and organized work environment. Ensure supplies are labeled, identified and properly stocked using Kanban.

    Facility Maintenance Skills

    Cleans floors, restrooms, inside/outside lunch areas, conference rooms, lobby, exterior of lockers, interior/exterior doors, empties trash, addresses emergency spills and stocks restrooms/lunchrooms supplies as needed. Identifies items in need of repair or damaged immediately to Supervisor or Human Resources.

    Available Benefits

    Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Overtime, Training, Tuition Reimbursement, Work Boot Allowance

    Experience and Education

    Years of Experience: 3-5 Years

    Type of Experience:

    Custodial Experience in an Industrial/Manufacturing Setting

     

     


    Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Sitting  X
    Standing  X
    Walking  X
    Climbing / Balancing  X
    Reaching with arms and hands  X
    Stooping / Kneeling / Crouching / Crawling  X
    Hearing  X
    Feeling / Touching  X
    Vision - close, peripheral, depth, ability to adjust focus  X

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Lifting / Moving up to 10 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 25 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 50 lbs
    Lifting / Moving up to 75 lbs





  • Job Summary

    Responsible for operating one or more CNC machines to produce parts to company specifications and quality standards.  Responsible for following procedures to; mount fixtures, load tools in magazine, load program tape and makes required control settings. Changes setups and tooling as specified in program instructions. Positions material, checks machine operation and then machines parts to the specifications provided in engineering documents. Replaces dull or broken tooling as required. Checks own work for conformance to specifications.

    Core Skills

    Growth Mindset

    • Demonstrates learning is a life-long journey
    • Seeks feedback
    • Grows from feedback
    • Learns from problems
    • Challenges the status quo by proposing “a better way”

    Effective Communication

    • Creates safe dialogue (pool of meaning)
    • Asks questions
    • Listens
    • Separates fact from story
    • Develops mutual understanding
    • Provides relevant information to others quickly and accurately
    • Maintains confidentiality

    Problem Solving (PDSA i.e. Plan, Do, Study, Act)

    • Separates opinion from fact
    • Utilizes theory and data for problem solving
    • Focuses on the root cause, not the symptom
    • Goes an inch wide and a mile deep when problem solving
    • Seeks collaboration (believes two minds are better than one)
    • Understands the difference between common and special cause
    • Separates what must be done well now, and what can be improved later
    • Thinks strategically, and can articulate what you are (and are not) trying to do

    Accountability

    • Takes actions consistent with our values
    • Takes responsibility for results (no blame)
    • Team members can rely on you
    • Self motivated
    • Self disciplined
    • Accepts responsibility for self improvement
    • Appreciates and supports Systems: Policies, Standards, Safety, Quality

    Collaboration/Teamwork

    • Treats team members with respect
    • Provides positive reinforcement
    • Contributes ideas
    • Actively participates
    • Fulfills commitments
    • Achievement driven

    Position Specific Skills

    Work Area A-Level

    Maintains a clean and organized work environment. (floors are clean and oil spills/leaks are addressed immediately, chips are removed from machines regularly, machines are wiped down daily, all tools are maintained clean, orderly, and stored on shadowboards). 5S Score:

     Uses time effectively A-Level

    Inspects parts during auto cycle. Has next part ready for loading in advance. Uses available time to do additional inspection/tool maintenance. Assist team members when current responsibilities have been completed. Identifies and suggest areas for improvement.

    Basic CNC Maintenance A-Level

    Verifies and maintains proper coolant levels & concentration. Able to check waylube, hydraulic & spindle oil levels. Able to enter machine downtime request using the touchscreen.

    Part Loading A-Level

    Able to ensure surfaces are free of chips and load parts in standard fixtures, vise, chucks, qualify fixtures, and perform multi station loading. Can identify a defective fixture via wear, damage, loose pins, and poor part fit on fixture. Has attended B&B's part loading training course & demonstrated ability to apply all concepts.

    Tool Maintenance A-Level

    Able to change tools via MDI, visually inspect tool for sharpness, enter tool request/down time, input offsets correctly, indicate drill/reamer/form tool, change inserts, adjust boring bar, tool mounting and tool presetting, follows tool change process with inspection. Monitor carousel for chipped or broken tools and remove chips from cutting tools. Identifies and suggests improvements/adjustments: tool life & cutting tool selections

    Inspection Skills A-Level

    Able to use and set OD Micrometer, depth micrometer, indicating micrometer, intertest, OD test, Diatest, dial bore, inter micrometer, calipers, height gage, height master, indicators, drop indicators, gage pins, deltronic pins, air gaging, functional gaging, thread gages, comparator, gage blocks, muller gage, indicator/surface plate to inspect flatness, centerline, height, and Vblock inspections. Able to inspect parts for visual defects and required surface finishes. Intermediate understanding of ANSI 14.5 symbology and interpretation. Able to interpret DCC/CMM report. Follows inspection procedures and completes required inspection check lists. Red-tags and initiates NCMR for non-conforming product. Has attended B&B's GD&T training course & demonstrated ability to apply all concepts.

    Work Order Processing A-Level

    Able to read & understand job step information, analyze W/C priorities and schedule, WIP move, maintain material lot integrity.  Identifies & communicates work order errors (wrong fixture #s, work centers, nc program #s etc.). Stamps and dates work order per requirements (minimal errors)

    Problem Solving Skills A-Level

    Understands that a problem or undesired result exists; gathers data and develops corrective/preventive actions (individually or as a group). Ensures the actions are implemented and monitors the process to prevent future problems.

    CNC Skills A-Level

    Perform re-occurring set-ups, mill vise jaws, bore chuck jaws, understands G & M codes, program up-load/down-load, supervised editing (home number adjustment, tool life & speeds/feeds)

    Available Benefits

    Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Overtime, Training, Tuition Reimbursement, Work Boot Allowance

    Experience and Education

    Years of Experience: 5 Years

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Sitting  X
    Standing  X
    Walking  X
    Climbing / Balancing  X
    Reaching with arms and hands  X
    Stooping / Kneeling / Crouching / Crawling  X
    Hearing  X
    Feeling / Touching  X
    Vision - close, peripheral, depth, ability to adjust focus  X

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Lifting / Moving up to 10 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 25 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 50 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 75 lbs





  • Job Summary

    Responsible for operating CNC machines to perform various machining processes such as: milling, drilling, boring, reaming, of various materials. Inspects finished products to ensure they meet the required dimensions.

    This position includes work affecting conformity to product requirements.

    Core Skills

    Growth Mindset

    • Demonstrates learning is a life-long journey
    • Seeks feedback
    • Grows from feedback
    • Learns from problems
    • Challenges the status quo by proposing “a better way”

    Effective Communication

    • Creates safe dialogue (pool of meaning)
    • Asks questions
    • Listens
    • Separates fact from story
    • Develops mutual understanding
    • Provides relevant information to others quickly and accurately
    • Maintains confidentiality

    Problem Solving (PDSA i.e. Plan, Do, Study, Act)

    • Separates opinion from fact
    • Utilizes theory and data for problem solving
    • Focuses on the root cause, not the symptom
    • Goes an inch wide and a mile deep when problem solving
    • Seeks collaboration (believes two minds are better than one)
    • Understands the difference between common and special cause
    • Separates what must be done well now, and what can be improved later
    • Thinks strategically, and can articulate what you are (and are not) trying to do

    Accountability

    • Takes actions consistent with our values
    • Takes responsibility for results (no blame)
    • Team members can rely on you
    • Self motivated
    • Self disciplined
    • Accepts responsibility for self improvement
    • Appreciates and supports Systems
    • Policies
    • Standards
    • Safety
    • Quality

    Collaboration/Teamwork

    • Treats team members with respect
    • Provides positive reinforcement
    • Contributes ideas
    • Actively participates
    • Fulfills commitments
    • Achievement driven

    Position Specific Skills

    Work Area C-Level

    Maintains a clean and organized work environment. (floors are clean and oil spills/leaks are addressed immediately, chips are removed from machines regularly, machines are wiped down daily, all tools are maintained clean, orderly, and stored on shadow boards).

    Uses time effectively C-Level

    Inspects parts during auto cycle. Has next part ready for loading in advance. Uses available time to do additional inspection/tool maintenance. Assist team members when current responsibilities have been completed. Consults with Cell Leader/Supervisor for assignments during free time.

    Basic CNC Maintenance C- Level

    Verifies and maintains proper coolant levels. Able to check waylube, hydraulic & spindle oil levels. Notifies cell leader of maintenance and safety concerns.

    Part Loading C-Level

    Able to ensure surfaces are free of chips and load parts in standard fixtures, vise, and chucks. Has attended B&B's part loading training course & demonstrated ability to apply all concepts.

    Tool Maintenance C-Level

    Able to change tools manually, enter tool request/down time, perform supervised: offset entry, indicate drill/reamer/form tool, and change inserts. Monitor carousel for chipped or broken tools and remove chips from cutting tools.

    Inspection Skills C-Level

    Able to use pins, calipers, micrometers, indicators and have basic drawing reading ability. Able to inspect parts for visual defects and required surface finishes. Follows inspection procedures and completes required inspection check lists. Red-tags and initiates NCMR for non-conforming product. Has attended B&B's GD&T training course & demonstrated ability to apply all concepts.

    Work Order Processing C-Level

    Able to read and understand job step information, W/C priorities. Can perform WIP moves, and maintains material lot integrity. Identifies & communicates work order errors (wrong fixture #s, work centers, nc program #s etc.). Stamps and dates work order per requirements (minimal errors).

     

    Available Benefits

    Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Overtime, Training, Profit Sharing, Work Boot Allowance

    Experience and Education

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Sitting  X
    Standing  X
    Walking  X
    Climbing / Balancing
    Reaching with arms and hands  X
    Stooping / Kneeling / Crouching / Crawling  X
    Hearing  X
    Feeling / Touching  X
    Vision - close, peripheral, depth, ability to adjust focus  X

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Lifting / Moving up to 10 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 25 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 50 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 75 lbs





  • Job Summary

    Responsible for the development, and virtual validation, of CNC programs used in 2, 3, 4 and 5 axis machining centers. Required competencies include; usage of MasterCam X2 software, cutting tool design, work holding fixture design, and the adherence to B&B standard practices. CNC engineers work closely with Technical Illustrators, CNC Program Proofers, Manufacturing Engineers, Tool & Cutter grinders, and First Article Inspection.

    This position includes work affecting conformity to product requirements.

    Core Skills

    Growth Mindset

    • Demonstrates learning is a life-long journey
    • Seeks feedback
    • Grows from feedback
    • Learns from problems
    • Challenges the status quo by proposing “a better way”

    Effective Communication

    • Creates safe dialogue (pool of meaning)
    • Asks questions
    • Listens
    • Separates fact from story
    • Develops mutual understanding
    • Provides relevant information to others quickly and accurately
    • Maintains confidentiality

    Problem Solving (PDSA i.e. Plan, Do, Study, Act)

    • Separates opinion from fact
    • Utilizes theory and data for problem solving
    • Focuses on the root cause, not the symptom
    • Goes an inch wide and a mile deep when problem solving
    • Seeks collaboration (believes two minds are better than one)
    • Understands the difference between common and special cause
    • Separates what must be done well now, and what can be improved later
    • Thinks strategically, and can articulate what you are (and are not) trying to do

    Accountability

    • Takes actions consistent with our values
    • Takes responsibility for results (no blame)
    • Team members can rely on you
    • Self motivated
    • Self disciplined
    • Accepts responsibility for self improvement
    • Appreciates and supports Systems
    • Policies
    • Standards
    • Safety
    • Quality

    Collaboration/Teamwork

    • Treats team members with respect
    • Provides positive reinforcement
    • Contributes ideas
    • Actively participates
    • Fulfills commitments
    • Achievement driven

    Position Specific Skills

    Uses time effectively

    Stays on task and completes projects in a timely manner.

    Work Area

    Maintains an organized cubicle environment. (desk is free of clutter, job documentation stored in individual file folders, soft documents are stored in their proper locations, email folders are organized by customer/subject).

    Critical Thinking

    Recognize problems and collects appropriate data to clearly present the problem. Involves the necessary resources to resolve the problem. Understands the importance of prioritization and order of precedence in problem solving. Recognizes the existence (or non-existence) of logical relationships within the data. Tests the conclusions to validate resolution of the problem. Applies lessons learned.

    Manufacturing Planning

    Able to plan manufacturing process, design cutting tools & user friendly holding fixtures with poke-yoke devices, and efficiently create effective CNC program/s that need minimal edits during the proofing process.

    ANSI/ASME Y14.5M

    Intermediate understanding of ANSI 14.5 symbology and interpretation.

    Programming

    Advanced use of MasterCam X2 (create 2D & 3D geometry, generate 2D & 3D cutter path), manual programming (complete understanding of G & M codes, use of custom macro routines including tool life, follows B&B program structure and naming conventions), and use of Vericut. Able to create probing routines to establish home positions, part alignment, and part dimensional inspection.

    Documentation

    Complies to Guide-75-01

    Tooling U

    Has completed and passed all 23 segments of the Tooling U program.

    Available Benefits

    Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Tuition Reimbursement

    Experience and Education

    Years of Experience: 5-10 Years Required

    Type of Experience:

    Related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.


    Program of study: Engineering General

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Sitting  x
    Standing  x
    Walking  x
    Climbing / Balancing  x
    Reaching with arms and hands  x
    Stooping / Kneeling / Crouching / Crawling  x
    Hearing  x
    Feeling / Touching  x
    Vision - close, peripheral, depth, ability to adjust focus  x

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Lifting / Moving up to 10 lbs  x
    Lifting / Moving up to 25 lbs  x
    Lifting / Moving up to 50 lbs  x
    Lifting / Moving up to 75 lbs





  • Job Summary

    Responsible for facilitating the continuous improvement of manufacturing processes by improving process efficiencies, identifying training needs of manufacturing personnel, and performing random (informal) audits of manufacturing processes. PE's are the primary point of contact for manufacturing personnel with issues related to production processes. Additional activities include active involvement in the Material Review Board (MRB) process, assisting in the design of cutting tools, work holding fixtures, and assembly / test stations.

    This position includes work affecting conformity to product requirements.

    Core Skills

    Growth Mindset

    • Demonstrates learning is a life-long journey
    • Seeks feedback
    • Grows from feedback
    • Learns from problems
    • Challenges the status quo by proposing “a better way”

    Effective Communication

    • Creates safe dialogue (pool of meaning)
    • Asks questions
    • Listens
    • Separates fact from story
    • Develops mutual understanding
    • Provides relevant information to others quickly and accurately
    • Maintains confidentiality

    Problem Solving (PDSA i.e. Plan, Do, Study, Act)

    • Separates opinion from fact
    • Utilizes theory and data for problem solving
    • Focuses on the root cause, not the symptom
    • Goes an inch wide and a mile deep when problem solving
    • Seeks collaboration (believes two minds are better than one)
    • Understands the difference between common and special cause
    • Separates what must be done well now, and what can be improved later
    • Thinks strategically, and can articulate what you are (and are not) trying to do

    Accountability

    • Takes actions consistent with our values
    • Takes responsibility for results (no blame)
    • Team members can rely on you
    • Self motivated
    • Self disciplined
    • Accepts responsibility for self improvement
    • Appreciates and supports Systems
    • Policies
    • Standards
    • Safety
    • Quality

    Collaboration/Teamwork

    • Treats team members with respect
    • Provides positive reinforcement
    • Contributes ideas
    • Actively participates
    • Fulfills commitments
    • Achievement driven

    Position Specific Skills

    Uses time effectively

    Evaluate and prioritize tasks according to demand. Utilizes project management tools to monitor progress of major activities.

    Quality

    Ensures best known practices are in place for; fixtures, tooling, cutting tools, etc. Identifies inspection points, method of inspection, reviews quality reports, performs visual spot checks, communicates quality, training needs and any quality related concerns to the appropriate leader. Investigates NCMR’s on real time basis, establishes cause, implements corrective action with cell team members, and quality engineering. Participates in regular manufacturing quality review meetings.

    Manufacturing Knowledge

    Advanced understanding of machining and tools related to manufacturing. Pursues continued education (courses, seminars, trade shows, plant tours, reading materials) in order to maintain industry knowledge of the latest manufacturing processes.

    Process Development

    Ensures processes are efficient, ergonomically designed and productive e.g. reviews daily production/yield, identifies need for improvement and/or changes to obtain lowest possible labor content.

    Intermediate Inspection Knowledge

    Able to use OD Micrometer, depth micrometer, indicating micrometer, intertest, OD test, Diatest, dial bore, inter micrometer, calipers, height gage, height master, indicators, drop indicators, gage pins, deltronic pins, air gaging, functional gaging, thread gages, comparator, gage blocks, muller gage, indicator/surface plate to inspect flatness, centerline, height, and V-block inspections. Intermediate understanding of ANSI Y14.5 symbology, interpretation and application.

    Tooling

    Analyzes tool consumption including, broken tools, poor tool life/performance, speeds & feeds, perishable tool costs, incorrect applications and assists team members in development of proper tool selection/application.

    Documentation

    Ensures W.I.’s, BOO’s, BOM’s, sketches, drawings, tool list, program readout, etc. are available as required, properly documented and reflect the actual process.

    Problem Solving

    Effectively and efficiently uses resources to investigate and analyze data to find permanent solutions. In addition, uses problem solving tools such as, fish bone diagram, Pareto, 5 whys, etc.

    Available Benefits

    Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Tuition Reimbursement

    Experience and Education

    Years of Experience: 2 Years

    Type of Experience:

    Manufacturing related experience and/or Engineering specific certifications/education


    Program of study: Engineering General

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Sitting  X
    Standing  X
    Walking  X
    Climbing / Balancing  X
    Reaching with arms and hands  X
    Stooping / Kneeling / Crouching / Crawling  X
    Hearing  X
    Feeling / Touching  X
    Vision - close, peripheral, depth, ability to adjust focus  X

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Lifting / Moving up to 10 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 25 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 50 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 75 lbs





  • Job Summary

    Responsible for operating CNC machines to perform various machining processes such as: milling, drilling, boring, reaming, of various materials. Inspects finished products to ensure they meet the required dimensions.

    Core Skills

    Growth Mindset

    • Demonstrates learning is a life-long journey
    • Seeks feedback
    • Grows from feedback
    • Learns from problems
    • Challenges the status quo by proposing “a better way”

    Effective Communication

    • Creates safe dialogue (pool of meaning)
    • Asks questions
    • Listens
    • Separates fact from story
    • Develops mutual understanding
    • Provides relevant information to others quickly and accurately
    • Maintains confidentiality

    Problem Solving (PDSA i.e. Plan, Do, Study, Act)

    • Separates opinion from fact
    • Utilizes theory and data for problem solving
    • Focuses on the root cause, not the symptom
    • Goes an inch wide and a mile deep when problem solving
    • Seeks collaboration (believes two minds are better than one)
    • Understands the difference between common and special cause
    • Separates what must be done well now, and what can be improved later
    • Thinks strategically, and can articulate what you are (and are not) trying to do

    Accountability

    • Takes actions consistent with our values
    • Takes responsibility for results (no blame)
    • Team members can rely on you
    • Self motivated
    • Self disciplined
    • Accepts responsibility for self improvement
    • Appreciates and supports Systems: Policies, Standards, Safety, Quality

    Collaboration/Teamwork

    • Treats team members with respect
    • Provides positive reinforcement
    • Contributes ideas
    • Actively participates
    • Fulfills commitments
    • Achievement driven

    Position Specific Skills

    Work Area C-Level
    Maintains a clean and organized work environment. (floors are clean and oil spills/leaks are addressed immediately, chips are removed from machines regularly, machines are wiped down daily, all tools are maintained clean, orderly, and stored on shadow boards).

    Uses time effectively C-Level
    Inspects parts during auto cycle. Has next part ready for loading in advance. Uses available time to do additional inspection/tool maintenance. Assist team members when current responsibilities have been completed. Consults with Cell Leader/Supervisor for assignments during free time.

    Basic CNC Maintenance C- Level
    Verifies and maintains proper coolant levels. Able to check waylube, hydraulic & spindle oil levels. Notifies cell leader of maintenance and safety concerns.

    Part Loading C-Level
    Able to ensure surfaces are free of chips and load parts in standard fixtures, vise, and chucks. Has attended B&B's part loading training course & demonstrated ability to apply all concepts.

    Tool Maintenance C-Level
    Able to change tools manually, enter tool request/down time, perform supervised: offset entry, indicate drill/reamer/form tool, and change inserts. Monitor carousel for chipped or broken tools and remove chips from cutting tools.

    Inspection Skills C-Level
    Able to use pins, calipers, micrometers, indicators and have basic drawing reading ability. Able to inspect parts for visual defects and required surface finishes. Follows inspection procedures and completes required inspection check lists. Red-tags and initiates NCMR for non-conforming product. Has attended B&B's GD&T training course & demonstrated ability to apply all concepts.

    Work Order Processing C-Level
    Able to read and understand job step information, W/C priorities. Can perform WIP moves, and maintains material lot integrity. Identifies & communicates work order errors (wrong fixture #s, work centers, nc program #s etc.). Stamps and dates work order per requirements (minimal errors).

    Available Benefits

    Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Overtime, Training, Tuition Reimbursement, Work Boot Allowance

    Experience and Education

    Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent

    Program of study: General Studies

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Sitting  X
    Standing  X
    Walking  X
    Climbing / Balancing
    Reaching with arms and hands  X
    Stooping / Kneeling / Crouching / Crawling  X
    Hearing  X
    Feeling / Touching  X
    Vision - close, peripheral, depth, ability to adjust focus  X

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Lifting / Moving up to 10 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 25 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 50 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 75 lbs





  • Job Summary

    Responsible for ensuring that external sharp edges are deburred to company specifications. Reviews work order, work instructions, and blue print for edge break requirements. Performs the following operations: parts cleaning, tumble deburr, bench kellering, jitter bug finish, buffing, glass bead blasting, and lapping. Operates precision air tools/ electrical motor Foredom. Performs inspection of deburring operations using appropriate instruments and gages to ensure quality standards are met.

    Core Skills

    Growth Mindset

    • Demonstrates learning is a life-long journey
    • Seeks feedback
    • Grows from feedback
    • Learns from problems
    • Challenges the status quo by proposing “a better way”

    Effective Communication

    • Creates safe dialogue (pool of meaning)
    • Asks questions
    • Listens
    • Separates fact from story
    • Develops mutual understanding
    • Provides relevant information to others quickly and accurately
    • Maintains confidentiality

    Problem Solving (PDSA i.e. Plan, Do, Study, Act)

    • Separates opinion from fact
    • Utilizes theory and data for problem solving
    • Focuses on the root cause, not the symptom
    • Goes an inch wide and a mile deep when problem solving
    • Seeks collaboration (believes two minds are better than one)
    • Understands the difference between common and special cause
    • Separates what must be done well now, and what can be improved later
    • Thinks strategically, and can articulate what you are (and are not) trying to do

    Accountability

    • Takes actions consistent with our values
    • Takes responsibility for results (no blame)
    • Team members can rely on you
    • Self motivated
    • Self disciplined
    • Accepts responsibility for self improvement
    • Appreciates and supports Systems: Policies, Standards, Safety, Quality

    Collaboration/Teamwork

    • Treats team members with respect
    • Provides positive reinforcement
    • Contributes ideas
    • Actively participates
    • Fulfills commitments
    • Achievement driven

    Position Specific Skills

    Work Area B-Level
    Maintains a clean and organized work environment. (clean work bench and return tools to their station at end of shift)

    Uses time effectively B-Level
    Always return tools to their station after deburring part, maintain correct stock levels, make sure to use the right tool to ensure the quickest cycle time (rough/smooth grit, high speed/carbide ball burr, rough/fine ball burrs)

    Air Tool Maintenance B-Level
    Air tools that require oil must be oiled daily (make sure not to oil tools that do not need oil)

    Cutting Tool Maintenance B-Level
    Identifies and changes tools when dull.

    Work Order Processing B-Level
    Able to read and understand job step information and W/C priorities. Can perform WIP moves, work center transfers, and maintain material lot integrity.

    Inspection B-Level
    Inspect part for any missing deburring completion (sharp edges, burrs, missing holes) before starting another part/job.

    External & Blending B-Level
    Able to use speed cutter, angle grinders, straight grinder, orbital sander, buffer, burr knifes, chamfer tools, belt sanders, tumbler, part cleaning, drill press. Knows correct tool to use. Able to deburr outside surfaces, create edge breaks & radius, measure radius with gages & visual, and inspect deburred areas. Read and understand monthly quality data, know department weekly ratio and
    monthly quality rating.

    Available Benefits

    Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Disability Insurance, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Training, Tuition Reimbursement, Work Boot Allowance

    Experience and Education

    Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Sitting  X
    Standing  X
    Walking  X
    Climbing / Balancing  X
    Reaching with arms and hands  X
    Stooping / Kneeling / Crouching / Crawling  X
    Hearing  X
    Feeling / Touching  X
    Vision - close, peripheral, depth, ability to adjust focus  X

    Physical Demands - General Activities

    Regularly Frequently Occasionally
    Lifting / Moving up to 10 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 25 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 50 lbs  X
    Lifting / Moving up to 75 lbs