Job ID #:
12136 Location: Newport News, VA
Misc./Trades Division: Accelerator Ops, R & D
Term Education Required: Associates Degree
6+ years Relocation Provided: No
ONE YEAR TERM POSITION
MARCH 17, 2020
$54,500 - $74,100 (T/D II)
You ‘matter’ to us! Our diverse team at Jefferson Lab includes more than 700 people, including physicists, engineers, computer professionals, technicians and more. From probing the basic building blocks of matter to performing advanced computing and applied research, we are on the leading edge of science and technology. If you are looking for a great job in a unique place where your contributions truly matter, consider Jefferson Lab!
We are currently seeking a CMM Programmer/Operator QC Technician
As a member of the Accelerator SRF Operations Department the incumbent will be responsible for a wide variety of inspections using CMM and other instruments for accelerator components to be used in fabrication of cryomodules in several major Accelerator Projects in the DOE complex including projects such as LCLS-II, and SNSPPU.
The ideal candidate will have a strong mechanical aptitude, detail-orientation, teamwork, time management and interpersonal skills, and would coordinate work with peers, Engineers, Physicists and other customers as appropriate.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Strong interpersonal /communication skills to work effectively with management, engineering, suppliers and customers
Extensive documented experience in Programming and operation of a Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) using PC DMIS Software including the use of CAD models in the program to measure/layout components to engineering requirements
Use of basic hand tools along with dimensional inspection tools such as Micrometers, Calipers, Vernier , Height Gages , Gage blocks , Pin Gages and Thread Gages
Surface finish measurements using tools such as Mitutoyo, Taylor Hobson, Etamic instruments or similar
Document work in JLAB Documentation System (Written, electronic, photographic), follow up as needed with Engineers and Physicists to disposition non conformances
Maintain gage calibration system, including scheduling of calibration services, sending instruments for calibration and replacement of instruments and/or purchase of new instruments.
Plans their own work for short term and intermediate assignments and can coordinate work with others in the group. Responsible for the organization and quality of their own work. Frequently assigned multiple tasks and accomplishes them simultaneously
High level of problem solving skills to support root cause analysis on manufacturing and/or supplier related issues and offer recommendations for resolution
May be required to work shifts
Additional (Non-Essential) Job Functions:
Ability to work Overtime
Potential for up to 5% travel
Advanced training in PC DMIS is a PLUS
Experience with other precision measurement tools such as a ROMER ARM is a PLUS
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
CMM Programming (PC-DMIS) and inspection layout
Ability to read Engineering Drawings and Specifications
Understanding of Geometric Dimensioning GD&T ANSI14
Writing, review and Approval of Quality Documentation, which may include Non Conformance Reporting , Travelers and Procedures
Education and Experience
Associate’s Degree in Engineering plus 3 years experience, or High School Graduate with 6 years revelant experience or equivalent combination of education and experience
CMM Operation (PC DMIS) :
2 years minimum
Quality or Engineering Technician :
2 years minimum
- Ability to comprehend and follow instructions
- Ability to understand, remember, and communicate highly technical information and make decisions
- Ability to organize, prioritize and complete complex and varied tasks
- Ability to traverse across various locations on the laboratory site and access work areas
- Ability to stoop, kneel, bend over and climb ladders and work at heights
- Ability to work in confined spaces
- Ability to stand and work for extended periods
- Ability to carry up to 40 lbs and lift 15 lbs above head frequently
- Ability to perceive temperatures and work in both hot and cold conditions.
- Ability to identify and distinguish colors
- Manual capability to pick, pinch, or otherwise work with fingers; seize, grasp, hold, turn, use hand tools and other equipment
- Visual capabilities sufficient to use computer workstations, read drawings and other documents and see safety alarms
- Auditory capabilities to hear safety alarms
Jefferson Science Associates, LLC (JSA) manages and operates the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab). JSA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, or veteran status or on any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law. As part of the JSA’s equal employment opportunity policy, we also take affirmative action as called for by applicable laws and Executive Orders to ensure that minority group individuals, females, disabled veterans, recently separated veterans, other protected veterans, Armed Forces, and qualified disabled persons are introduced into our workforce and considered for promotional opportunities.
Employment with JSA is conditional upon DOE approval if at any time during your employment you are participating in a Foreign Government Talent Recruitment Program. Generally, such programs include any foreign-state-sponsored attempt to acquire U.S.-funded scientific research through programs run or funded by the government that target scientists, engineers, academics, researchers, and entrepreneurs of all nationalities working or educated in the United States.