Job Qualifications

  1. Must be able to read and write English.
  2. Must be capable of: (100-400 times per shift)
  3. Lifting and carrying of parts (with a partner) that may weigh as much as 150 lbs. (average parts weigh 40-60 lbs.)
  4. Stooping, climbing, or crouching with some frequency.
  5. Repetitive movements (grasping, pushing, and pulling)
  6. Must be on your feet all day (standing or walking)
  7. Must be able to visually inspect parts and read hazardous labels on chemical containers.
  8. Will receive training to become qualified for job.
  9. Must be able to operate a forklift
  10. Must be able to operate an overhead hoist/crane
  11. Ability to work in a team.
  12. Must have full knowledge of safety rules and procedures and be capable of instructing other employees.
  13. Visual inspection of parts for small defects, use of precision measuring instruments, and recording of data.
  14. Reliable attendance and punctuality are a must.
  15. Ability to work overtime, as needed (This to includes scheduled days off and up to 10-hour shifts with little notice to complete production).


  1. Assist in opening the plating department.  Check the facility for leaks in tanks, hoses, and equipment condition.
  2. Maintain/facilitate communication with the previous/next shift.
  3. Personally put loads into plating solutions.
  4. Inspect for proper cleaning.
  5. Run through proper pre-treatment, initialing and timing the steps as listed on the batch traveler.
  6. Verify the initiation of plating.
  7. Assist Chemical Process Technician operation of plating baths throughout the day and maintain within the predetermined operating parameters.
  8. Monitor and assist in completing plating production batches throughout the day.
  1. Visually monitor solution circulation; rack functions, pumps, and plumbing during the day.
  2. Attend to thread masking per manufacturer’s specifications.
  1. Report and/or perform necessary repairs and maintenance on plating tanks, plumbing lines, and filters.
  2. Ensure that the forklifts are regularly serviced and any repairs necessary are carried out.
  3. Load and unload chemicals and supplies from trucks, as needed.
  4. Move and relocate materials to the warehouse storage area.
  5. Remove waste from the production floor to dumpsters.
  6. Any other duties as assigned by management.