Carbonizer Job Description Sample
Developer - Carbon Design System
The Carbon Design System is IBM's open-source design system for products and experiences. Taking the IBM Design Language as our foundation, Carbon is working code, design tools and resources, and guidelines. All serving, and served by, a vibrant community of contributors.
As IBM's official design system, Carbon serves a wide range of designers and developers. We help anyone who's building digital products and experiences. Carbon improves the consistency and quality of IBM's user experiences. It makes the design and development process more efficient. It establishes a shared vocabulary between design and developer. And it provides clear guidance around design and development best practice.
Carbon's users are also its makers. We're guided by the principles of the open source movement. As a developer on Carbon's core team, you'll be playing a central role in building our ecosystem. You'll be building components and patterns that are modular and flexible. You'll be making sure accessibility and inclusiveness is central to everything we make. You'll be defining governance and technical specifications. You'll be working with teams throughout IBM to help them not only use Carbon, but contribute back to Carbon, too.
If you write disciplined front-end code, based on principles and philosophies that help you to build exceptional experiences, then we have a place for you. Everything you write will be open source. Check us out: http://www.carbondesignsystem.com/
Work with designers and stakeholders to build a comprehensive, evolving, design system for use at enterprise scale.
Help product teams use Carbon to build what they need, and help them contribute back to the system, too.
Be a technical leader, driving architectural improvement, and demanding excellence in the product and in the team.
Build components, templates and workflow patterns that are consumable and reusable.
Pair program, and review other developers' code.
Foster a culture of collaboration and contribution across a global community of developers.
Required Technical and Professional Expertise
- HTML and CSS standards, structure and usage.
- 3+ years demonstrable delivery of high-performing, accessible, responsive web products, apps, or systems.
Preferred Tech and Prof Experience
React development experience.
Previous development work on component libraries and design systems.
Experience with accessibility, and integrating a11y considerations into development practices.
Usage of CSS preprocessors (Less or, preferably, Sass).
Knowledge of performance optimization (load times, run times, analyzing/auditing to identify bottlenecks).
NodeJS development environments.
Understanding build tooling (Webpack, Rollup, Babel, etc)
Experience using testing tools for both low-level unit tests, and e2e testing strategies.
Familiarity with ESLint, Prettier.
Experience setting up, managing, and using CI/CD toolchains.
IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
Preferred Education: Bachelor's Degree Commissionable: No
Key Job Details
Category:Software Development & Support
Required Education:High School Diploma/GED
Location:AUSTIN, TX US
Gel-Coat Fiberglass Technician
Universal Orlando Resort® is a universe of opportunities for people who have a lot to offer. It takes a special kind of person to work at Universal Orlando.
An individual who knows how to be part of a team. Someone with a sense of fun who's serious about their work. A person who knows it doesn't take magic to put a smile on a guest's face... it takes hard work, dedication, knowledge and just the right amount of Universal attitude.
Whether you're serving food, working in an office, maintaining equipment, performing in costume or operating a ride, you won't just be 'doing a job.' You'll be creating memories for our guests that will last a lifetime. Are YOU that kind of person?
JOB SUMMARY: Composite Technicians are responsible for fabricating and repairing fiberglass and carbon fiber items.
This includes designed modifications, both structural and cosmetic of ride vehicles, show figures and other props and products as directed by both Engineering and Management directives. This position is detailed orientated and involves crafting, cutting, trimming, sanding, assembly, vacuum bagging among other operations involved in the successful production of composite materials. It is essential to have a complete understanding of 'Lay Up Charts', drawings, blueprints, and engineered specifications to insure the quality and structural integrity of parts that are being repaired and manufactured.
Performs structural and cosmetic fiberglass and carbon fiber repairs to ride vehicles which may include direction of Management, Quality Control and the engineering group. Suggests optional procedures for repairs on new and damaged parts and implements changes as needed or directed.
Performs structural and cosmetic fiberglass and carbon fiber repairs to a variety of props, show figures and miscellaneous animation parts. Determines type of resin and catalyst and accurately measures predetermined amounts required for saturation and adhesion of material for the application.
Selects precut layers of mat, cloth, carbon fiber and wood bracing if required for projects being repaired or manufactured.
Applies multiple layers of mat / fiber to surfaces assuring adhesion and repeating the process until the desired thickness, contour and strength is achieved.
Performs gel coating as needed on ride vehicles, props, materials, and miscellaneous parts using spray and brush techniques which may include direction of Management, Engineering and the Quality Control Dept.
Hand lays sections of saturated mat or cloth into place on molds, using proper tooling to insure placement of material is correct. Uses brushes, rollers and squeegees as needed to smooth out air pockets, air bubbles and wrinkles to achieve full contact and proper adhesion.
Design, manufacture and repair both hard and soft molds for composite material products that are used throughout the venues.
Performs hand sculpting of different materials for a variety of props, show figures and miscellaneous parts utilizing catalyzed foam, clay, latex and foam sheets and blocks.
Safely and properly create a vacuum bag barrier on repaired parts and operate a vacuum pump to evacuate all air from the repair area.
EDUCATION: High school degree or GED is required while a completion of a related technical school course is preferred. Previous training in automotive body work, marine or aerospace industries is essential.
EXPERIENCE: 5-7 Years: Structural lay up of composite matting materials as well as grinding and prep for repairs of finished products required.
Additional experience of properly preparing indications and feathering composite materials to insure all affected areas of discrepancies have been removed. Knowledge of spraying and brushing of gel coatings is required.
CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Valid Florida Drivers License/ required to operate company vehicles.
Your talent, skills and experience will be rewarded with a competitive compensation package.
Universal is not accepting unsolicited assistance from search firms for this employment opportunity. All resumes submitted by search firms to any employee at Universal Orlando via-email, the Internet or in any form and/or method without a valid written Statement of Work in place for this position from Universal Orlando HR/Recruitment will be deemed the sole property of Universal Orlando. No fee will be paid in the event the candidate is hired by Universal Orlando as a result of the referral or through other means.
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Director Of Government Programs
LanzaTech is turning our global carbon crisis into a feedstock opportunity, with the potential to displace 30% of crude oil use today and reduce global CO2 emissions by 10%. LanzaTech's carbon recycling technology is like retrofitting a brewery onto a steel mill's emission source, and instead of using sugars and yeast to brew beer, bacteria ferments pollution into products! Imagine a day when you can power a plane by recycled carbon emissions and when your yoga pants or sneakers started life as pollution from a steel mill. This future is possible using LanzaTech technology. The world's first commercial facility converting steel mill waste gases to fuels started operations in China in 2018 and LanzaTech has an additional 4 commercial projects in the pipeline, in India, Belgium, South Africa, and California. In 2018, Virgin Atlantic used LanzaTech fuel in a world first commercial flight from Orlando to London.
In 2019, LanzaTech was named to Fast Company's prestigious annual list of the World's Most Innovative Companies for 2019. Ranking #1 in the Energy Category and #27 overall. In addition, LanzaTech was recognized as the #1 Hottest company in the Advanced Bioeconomy for the fourth time by Biofuels Digest, the world's most widely-read bioeconomy daily. The company has also been inaugurated into the Cleantech100 Hall of Fame, having been listed in the top 100 cleantech companies for 7 years straight. LanzaTech was also the top biofuels company in the 2018 CNBC Disruptor 50 Companies list.
LanzaTech has developed an extensive portfolio of technology research, development, demonstration, and deployment projects funded by government agencies in the U.S. and elsewhere. We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Manager or Director of Government Programs to assume leadership across the portfolio. The individual selected for this position will own strategic direction and process for LanzaTech's government-funded project portfolio. They will oversee the current portfolio and lead cross-functional teams of U.S. and global stakeholders in developing proposals for new projects, with the goal of advancing LanzaTech technologies. They will be work closely with the VP of Government Relations and will be supported by contracts, project accounting, and project management staff. This position will interface with Government Relations, Business Development, Engineering Development, Catalysis and Fuels, Synthetic Biology, Fermentation and Engineering to ensure successful project execution and expansion of the project portfolio, in alignment with LanzaTech's business and technology objectives.
Specific Job Functions:
Coordinate with Management Team to develop and update strategic priorities for government funded RD&D
Proactively identify and evaluate potential funding opportunities
Work with internal stakeholders on improved and streamlined proposal and project management processes.
Coordinate with Management Team, Team Leaders, and Project Managers to ensure resources are available to meet government proposal and project timelines and deliverables
Provide summary reports of portfolio status for Management Team
Lead cross-functional teams to prepare applications for projects funded by U.S. and non-U.S. governments, states, and international agencies
Establish requirements for proposal contributions from universities, national labs, and other companies
Organize and lead preparation of all proposal documents, including technical and business documents, work plans, schedules, and budgets
Monitor and maintain snapshots of project status (schedule, milestones, deliverables and spending) across portfolio
Lead preparation of pre-award documents, contracts, and subcontracts, with support from Legal and other staff
Work with Project Managers and Finance to develop contract-compliant spending plans that ensure full cost recovery and cost share credit for all government-funded projects
Review project invoices for compliance with funding entity requirements and contract-specific constraints
Participate in all aspects of a safe work environment
Ph.D. in biological or chemical sciences, or related discipline, strongly preferred; other degrees with commensurate experience will be considered.
Experience in the field of alternative fuels and/or chemicals produced via biological and/or thermochemical processes.
5+ years experience conducting basic or applied R&D desired, preferably in an industrial setting; comparable experience will be considered.
Experience in project management and project management infrastructure for work funded by agencies such as the US Departments of Energy, Defense, and/or Agriculture.
Demonstrated experience and success in leading applications for $1M to $20M+ in government RD&D funding.
Ability to lead multi-disciplinary teams to develop high-quality proposals and reports.
Experience preparing and tracking budgets for government-funded projects.
Familiarity with government cost accounting principles and their application for RD&D projects.
Strong writing and document preparation skills.
Excellent quantitative and analytical skills.
Detail-oriented and experienced in communicating instructions to individual contributors and team leaders.
Team player that thrives in a cutting edge, fast paced, entrepreneurial environment.
Strong organizational, time management, and communication skills.
Self-motivated with the ability to take initiative and work independently.
Advanced MS Office skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
This position is open to candidates authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer. LanzaTech is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
Lokey Fellow, Carbon Pricing Systems, Climate
With world attention on both the environment and the economy, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) is where policymakers and business leaders turn for win-win solutions. By focusing on strong science, uncommon partnerships and market-based approaches, we tackle urgent threats with practical solutions.
We are one of the world's largest environmental organizations, with more than two million members and a staff of approximately 630 scientists, economists, policy experts, and other professionals around the world. We operate in 22 geographies with unique projects running across four programs. You will be part of a vibrant workplace that welcomes diverse perspectives, talents and contributions, where innovation and results are a way of life.
Are you interested in exploring a career at an internationally-recognized environmental organization? By joining EDF as a Lokey Fellow, you too can be part of a vibrant workplace that welcomes diverse perspectives, talents and contributions, where innovation and a focus on results are a way of life.
The Lokey Fellowship welcomes intellectually hungry leaders to join us, advance our work, and cultivate the skills and relationships needed for a successful career working for the environment. Lokey Alumni have gone on to important leadership positions, both within and outside of EDF.
Lokey Fellowship Overview
The Lokey Fellowship program started in 1992 as an internship opportunity. Since then, the Lokey endowment has added over 22 interns and 18 fellows to Environmental Defense Fund. Their accomplishments have been far-reaching and some of the fellows continue their work on our staff - for example, Lisa Moore started as a Lokey Fellow and now works as a Senior Scientist in the Office of the Chief Scientist.
Climate Program Overview
EDF's Climate program works to promote ambitious, well-designed market-based climate policies around the world, with a focus on the top-emitting countries and sectors, as well as those projected to rise the most in the future. We focus on market-based approaches, as they tend to achieve the biggest bang-for-the-buck in reducing emissions.
By harnessing markets to drive down emissions, carbon markets and other pricing approaches can build the ambition needed to turn the corner toward climate safety. The good news is that carbon pricing is gaining momentum around the world: over 50 jurisdictions (home to nearly one billion people) are implementing emission trading programs, and several others are pursuing carbon taxes. Ninety countries identified using markets/carbon pricing as a means to achieve the targets they agreed to during the international climate conference in Paris. In December 2017, China launched the initial phase of a nationwide emissions trading system (ETS), which will become the world's largest as it begins operating across the country's power sector.
Under its strategic plan, Pathways 2025, EDF's climate goals include having half of all global carbon dioxide emissions on track to be covered by durable, declining limits achieved with a carbon price by 2030. Work to promote ambitiousm well-designed market-based climate policies around the world includes efforts at state and federal levels in the United States and across international forums such as the United Nations climate talks and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), set to launch a market system to achieve carbon neutral growth for international aviation as of 2021.
Priority work also includes supporting development of a national carbon market in China in partnership with EDF's China program; creating economic incentives to reduce tropical deforestationl and shifting India's economy to a low-carbon development trajectory. Central to all our work is in-depth economic and financial analysis.
The Lokey Fellow will work as part of a team of economic and policy experts within a Carbon Market Design Center under development in EDF's Climate program to help address global climate change by supporting economic model development and policy outreach on carbon market design and implementation. In particular, the Fellow will contribute to economic research aimed at helping design and implement well-designed carbon market policies in the US, China and/or other major emitting countries and sectors, such as international aviation. The Fellow's responsibilities will include contributing to all aspects of planning, conducting, and communicating current and future climate economics research on carbon market development.
The Fellow's research will focus on helping to develop "hybrid" modeling frameworks that combine top-down and bottom-up modeling approaches to analyze market-based policies at national as well as subnational levels. Climate policies often focus on reducing emissions from the electric power sector, coupled with other policies that promote electrification of other sectors (e.g., incentives for electric vehicles). Assessing the impacts of such policies requires a model framework that can capture both the detailed impacts on the electric sector from policies such as renewable portfolio standards as well as spillover effects on the rest of the economy conveyed through changes in electricity prices.
Top-down macroeconomic (computable general equilibrium; CGE) models are able to capture such interlinkages, but are unable to account for investment options which are central to energy policy design. Only bottom-up models can quantify the tradeoffs presented by alternative investments in generating capacity, transmission and storage choices that affect hour-to-hour system operation, but such models lack linkages with the broader economy. To address this challenge, we are working with leading research partners to develop novel databases and hybrid approaches to create linked top-down/bottom-up energy-economic models at national and subnational levels.
This work will help to inform new climate policies and also to build open-source resources that foster transparency and collaboration across the broader climate policy community. The Fellow's work will include:
Supporting novel modeling framework and quantitatively assessing alternative carbon pricing policy scenarios and policy designs. This will build on EDF's experience and modeling tools on US, China, and other regional and global carbon pricing systems.
Compiling and sharing lessons learned from practical experiences with key carbon pricing policy design choices under the Kyoto Protocol, EU ETS, California, China, Korea, and other carbon market jurisdictions to assemble and evaluate the evidence base on the performance of carbon markets and carbon market linkages to date. This will build on an EDF co-authored handbook on carbon market design to help make the case that carbon markets are an effective policy tool and to support effective policy designs under new circumstances.
The Fellow will contribute to a variety of research outputs including peer-reviewed papers and presentations and gain experience on how economic analysis and modeling can influence policy development in US and other countries. The Fellow will also have the opportunity to participate in policy outreach and training efforts, including using EDF's carbon market simulation tool CarbonSim. The Fellow's individual work program will be developed based on EDF's policy priorities and the Fellow's experience, skills and interests.
The Fellow will gain technical skills and practical knowledge working closely with EDF economists and other experts at the interface of environmental economics research and international climate policy development. In particular, the Fellow will work with a dynamic team of economists and legal, policy and finance experts in a new Carbon Market Design Center under development within EDF's Climate program.
The Fellow will work closely with Chief Natural Resource Economist and with economic modelers and policy experts across the Climate, Energy and China programs, as well as Office of the Chief Economist. The Fellow will also have opportunity to collaborate with EDF experts and external research partners, including at the University of Wisconsin, Tsinghua University, and Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics.
Help to design and implement a range of quantitative analysis and economic model development projects to analyze carbon pricing policies in major economes at national and subnational levels;
Coordinate with partners at other organizations outside EDF (e.g. universities and outside contractors) to conduct these analyses;
Assist in writing EDF research papers, reports, and advocacy products to communicate analytical results;
Present results and recommendations at meetings with policy makers, technical conferences and workshops, and fora with advocacy organizations and the general public;
Conduct outreach and capacity building activities with businesses, investors, and public and multilateral donors, to drive effective policy designs.
PhD from Stanford University in economics, finance, engineering, or other field with strong quantitative methods is preferred; exceptional candidates with a Stanford Master's degrees will be considered.
Economic, financial, or related modeling experience. Experience with GAMS or R is a plus.
Excellent data management and econometric/statistical analysis skills.
Exceptional attention to detail and organizational skills.
Strong written and verbal communications skills.
Strong interest and background in policy, research or business related to environmental or sustainable development issues.
Ability to work well with diverse colleagues in fast-paced environment
Willingness to travel when necessary.
Foreign language skills are a plus.
Boston, MA, New York, NY or Washington, DC.
Full-time (35 hours/week)
Interested applicants should attach their cover letter and resume to the EDF application, together with a transcript, list of three references, and an example of research work or other writing sample.
Environmental Defense Fund is an equal opportunity employer where an applicant's qualifications are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other basis prohibited by law.
Product & Process Engineer
Creating Long-Term Value Thru Relentless Innovation®
ATI is a global manufacturer of technically advanced specialty materials and complex components. Our products support diverse markets and industries such as aerospace and defense, oil & gas, electrical energy, medical, automotive, and other industrial markets.
We are seeking a Product & Process Engineer for our Hot Rolling Processing Facility in Brackenridge PA. This position reports to the Manager, Operations and is primarily responsible for all areas of our carbon steel hot rolling conversion process. Our hot rolling and processing facility's (HRPF) unique power, size card and technology creates significant opportunities for our conversion customers. A successful candidate will need to link the capabilities of HRPF to the needs of our customers to drive a total lower cost and inventory outlay for our customers - This includes hot mill set up and data interpretation, specification review, minimization of SKU's, leaning chemistries while achieving higher mechanical properties and toughness levels, customer contact, knowledge and issue resolution, building customer requirements into ATI business and technical systems and developing an excellent knowledge of carbon steel hot roll requirements and opportunities.
Accountability & Ownership of assigned products from inquiry through shipment.
Be the expert in all facets of carbon steel hot rolling as well as any other assigned products. This includes flow path, manufacturing set ups and controls, specifications, technical characteristics and customer requirements.
Develop, document and implement manufacturing, customer and product trials to continuously improve product attributes, tighten tolerances or reduce cost and flow time.
Interface with customer to improve product, resolve issues and grow our business.
Identify and develop opportunities for new grades/products or alterations of existing grades to meet new customer business specifications and opportunities.
Review customer inquiries to determine lowest total cost capabilities of assigned products to meet the requirements then design and implement a flow path to do this.
Partner with Marketing & Sales to evaluate new customer opportunities and then develop a cost competitive method to manufacture the material and win the business.
Occasional travel required - approximately three days per month.
ATI and its subsidiary companies will provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants without regard to applicant's race, color, religion, sex, gender, genetic information, national origin, age, veteran status, disability status, or any other status protected be federal or state law. The company will provide reasonable accommodations to allow an applicant to participate in the hiring process if so requested.
BS in Materials or Chemical Engineering is required. Materials Engineer is preferred.
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) to all levels of the organization.
Ability to effectively interact with our customers is essential.
Proficient computer background with the Microsoft Office suite (especially Excel and Power Point) and ability to adapt to company and job related systems.
Proven experience in a manufacturing environment. Carbon steel manufacturing experience is preferred. Experience with carbon hot roll processing
Knowledge of how processing variables determine microstructure and mechanical properties
Knowledge of the root causes of carbon surface quality issues and associated corrective actions
Experience with carbon API grades and hot roll products (including specs, applications and customers) is preferred
Ability and knowledge to utilize the HRPF's unique capability to target markets, end users and customers is highly desired.
Area of Interest
Energy & Mechanical Design
REPORTS TO: Architecture Discipline Leader
Perform design of HVAC and plumbing systems for buildings including calculations, specification and Revit modelling.
Perform detailed energy, daylighting, thermal comfort and life-cycle cost analyses of building designs through all stages of the design process.
Perform design of HVAC and plumbing systems for buildings including calculations, specification and Revit modelling.
Perform detailed energy, daylighting, thermal comfort and life-cycle cost analyses of building designs through all stages of the design process.
Quantify and analyze energy efficiency improvements, energy use reduction strategies and designs for envelope, HVAC, lighting and plug load systems.
Assess alternative daylighting strategies including controls, shading, glare and daylight penetration.
Track emerging technologies related to low energy building design.
Model whole building performance and on-site renewable energy generation.
Conduct lifecycle cost analysis for alternative efficiency measures and packages.
Good working knowledge of IESVE software.
Provide LEED-required Energy and Atmosphere design and modeling documentation for new and existing building projects.
Develop and document project specific LEED modeling and calculations as they pertain to Energy & Atmosphere and Indoor Environmental Quality requirements.
Document Carbon footprints for existing buildings and project carbon footprint information for new construction.
Generate strategies to reduce carbon footprints for both new and existing construction.
Work with design teams with Net Zero Energy goal.
Provide sustainable design including equipment selection, load calcs, Revit modeling, for HVAC and plumbing systems for new and existing building projects.
Prepare and monitor project status reports.
Attend project meetings as necessary.
Interface with project design team members.
Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Masters DEGREE in Building Science or equivalent preferred
Two years of experience in A/E industry.
Understanding of local mechanical and plumbing codes ASHRAE Standards 90.1 (Energy Efficiency), 55-2004 (Thermal Comfort) and 62.1 (Ventilation) is required.
Energy modeling experience is required (EnergyPlus, DesignBuilder, IES Virtual Environment, TRANSYS or eQuest preferred)
Equipment sizing and code compliance modeling experience is preferred (Trane Trace, Energy Pro or E-Quest preferred)
Daylighting and shading analysis modeling is highly desirable (Ecotect, Radiance, IES Virtual Environment, Daysim)
Familiarity with computational fluid dynamics airflow modeling is highly desirable
Familiarity with renewable energy technologies, system designs and their applications
Familiarity with building commissioning, retro-commissioning, measurement and verification
Good written and verbal communication skills
Strong organizational skills
Very detail-oriented, self-motivated, enthusiastic and flexible
Ability to work well with others under deadline situations
LEED Accreditation or ability to become accredited within 6 months of hire
Capable of traveling to and from project sites for attending client and project meetings.
Ability to access project sites for observation, investigation and evaluation purposes.
Ability to use equipment for communication and documentation purposes.
Visual acuity to perform responsibilities.
Other Job Information (if applicable):
Manufacturing Team Member - Denison, IA
Continental Carbonic Products, Inc. specializes in the manufacture and distribution of dry ice and liquid carbon dioxide. The company is also the nation's largest distributor of dry ice blasting equipment.
Continental Carbonic maintains a reliable network of 40 dry ice distribution facilities located strategically throughout its service area. This integrated distribution network ensures that Continental Carbonic can quickly react to customers' needs.
MANUFACTURING TEAM MEMBER - DENISON IA
Continental Carbonic is looking for Team Members for our new manufacturing plant in Denison, IA. Our Team Members are responsible for providing support to achieve optimal levels of productivity, quality, and safety. This position is a 12 hour shift.
Starting Wage: $16.54/hour with $0.75/hour Night Shift Differential.
Packing and wrapping ice to customer specifics
Shoveling and packaging dry ice during the manufacturing process
Labeling, strapping, and staging of dry ice for loading
Cleaning and sanitizing large industrial containers
Safe forklift operation
General industrial housekeeping activities
Safety for yourself and others
Observation of 5s Safety Principles
Other manufacturing/production-related duties as assigned
Able to frequently/continually lift 30lbs while twisting, reaching and bending
Able to stand for a 12-hour shift in non-climate-controlled environment
Demonstrated ability to work on a team
Attention to detail with a focus on quality
Must be able to successfully pass pre-employment drug screen and background check
Benefits for full time employees include Paid Vacation, Holidays, 401k, Group Insurance including Dental, Vision and Life, Wellness Benefit, Tuition Reimbursement, and Opportunities for Advancement.
For more information about our organization, visit our website at www.continentalcarbonic.com.
Continental Carbonic is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or status as a qualified individual with a disability or protected veteran status.
TrinityRail Maintenance Services is searching for a Entry Welder in our Hamlett, NC plant. We provide a complete array of railcar maintenance Services.
As an Entry Welder you will be using jigs/holding fixtures to lay out pieces to be welded according to blueprints, layouts, schematics or work orders and uses welding equipment to join, surface, fabricate and repair parts using weldable materials. You will also Inspect completed work for conformance to specifications and performs minor maintenance to equipment.
What you'll do:
Applies appropriate welding processes to join, surface, fabricate and repair parts using weldable materials.
Complete 1-2 week training in GMAW, FCAW, Torch, Grinder, and Air carbon arc gouging before being moved into welder 2 position.
Some technical knowledge required
Requires basic skills to perform routine tasks
Works on routine manufacturing assignments that have clear goals and standard procedures
Receives detailed instructions and close supervision
Learns job skills, company policies and processes to do routine tasks
Ability to follow verbal or simple written instructions and procedures
May need to complete an apprenticeship and/or formal training in area of specialty
Problems are not very complex and do not need a lot of judgment
Allows higher levels to handle more complex issues
Serves as team member
Qualifies in FCAW and GMAW welding processes
Oxy Fuel, Carbon arc, and Plasma cutting
Observes all standard safety practices and maintains and completes all required records.
Follows all safety rules and practices
May be involved in safety committees or initiatives
Performs other duties as assigned
What you'll need:
Once hired must complete 1-2 week training in GMAW, FCAW, Torch, Grinder, and Air carbon arc gouging to show ability to meet the requirements to transition into welder 2 position
100% Attendance highly recommended for completion of training program
Basic knowledge of hand tools
The ability to read and follow written instructions
Route Delivery Driver
Are you a Class B driver looking for better compensation? Does late model equipment, 40 hours guaranteed, and 401k with 50% company match sound attractive to you? Is work-life balance, Monday – Friday schedule and nights at home something you've been missing? If you answered yes to these questions, we may have just the role you are looking for!
Airgas is currently recruiting for a Route Delivery Driver with Hazmat and Tanker endorsements to support our National Carbonation Division in West Chicago, IL.
What will I be doing?
As a Class B Driver operating our 3½ ton CO2 Delivery Truck, you'll be responsible for making 15 – 20 deliveries of CO2 product and related supplies to established customers along assigned routes covering suburban West and Northern Chicago within a 75 mile radius. Additionally, you'll also assist field service technicians with CO2 tank installation and repair work as required.
Area of Coverage:
Deliveries and service provided to local customers on a scheduled route. Based out of West Chicago, IL and covering the surrounding areas within a 75 mile radius.
What's in it for me?
3:00pm start time Wednesday - Saturday, with on call work some weekends and holidays.
On call pay and safety incentives.
40 hours weekly guaranteed, with opportunity to work up to 50 - 55 hours per week.
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, AD&D, Short Term and Long Term Disability Insurance, 2 weeks' vacation, 1 week paid sick days, paid holidays, Tuition Reimbursement, 401(k) with a 50% match.
At least 21 years old.
Class B CDL minimum with at least 1 year CMV experience — experience must be within the last 4 years and tanker/hazmat endorsements are required before hire date.
Graduation from an accredited truck driving school with diploma will count as 1 year of required experience.
No preventable accidents of any kind in the last 3 years.
No more than 2 minor tickets in the last 3 years.
No serious violation ticket (speeding 15 , reckless driving, etc.) in the last 3 years.
No suspensions of CDL in the last 3 years except for "Failure to pay child support".
No DUI in the last 7 years.
High school diploma or equivalent (GED) preferred.
Must be able to lift up to 60 pounds.
Who is Airgas National Carbonation?
Airgas National Carbonation, an Air Liquide company, makes beverage carbonation supply and service refreshingly easy. For over 20 years, we've provided single-source efficiency for the purchase, installation and servicing of our customer's beverage carbonation needs. We work with them to provide a custom program for all types of beverage carbonation applications and processes. We also offer the ability to grow and adapt to their changing gas supply needs with our specialized technical support, making deliveries that fit their schedule.
Airgas National Carbonation is committed to providing quality products, safe on-time deliveries and exceptional customer service that exceed expectations.
For immediate consideration please call or text Recruiter, Cheryl Austin at (470) 330-4916 or send email to email@example.com
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Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or disability
Carbon Quality Manager
Roles and Responsibilities
- Overall management and technical leadership of the quality processes and procedures in the Carbon factory
- Process change management (DVI/qualification) in conjunction with Carbon Engineering
- Implementation of statistical controls for manufacturing processes and material characteristics
- Establish a comprehensive cross-training program for quality department personnel to ensure team flexibility
- Develop, track, and communicate relevant performance metrics for carbon material, manufacturing processes, and suppliers. Management of cross-functional bridge plans and Lean projects leading to the improvement of key KPI's.
- Develop and maintain effective, collaborative working relationships with both internal and external customers
- Management of the laboratory, ensuring equipment is properly maintained/updated as required
- Build positive employee relationships based on defined measurable goals, open communication, and participative management
- Management of Tiscam and Omnis technical databases
- Responsible for the Repair Station quality system compliance; primary liaison between Safran Landing Systems Kentucky and the FAA
- Non-conformance management, including approval of Category 1 non-conformances and establishment of corrective action plans to address the root cause of non-conformances
- Manage staffing of the quality organization
- Coordination at the Division level on Business Team-wide qualifications, projects, and committees
- Perform other related duties as required
- B.S./B.A. degree in Engineering or a related physical science or technology field
- Minimum of three years experience in manufacturing quality control/assurance or a technical field
- Working experience with AS9100 quality system
- EASA Part 21G and FAR 145 quality system experience
- Strong knowledge and experience with Lean tools. Greenbelt certification preferred
- Experience or training in statistical tools and analysis
- APICS certified preferred
Candidates for positions with Safran Landing Systems must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Employment eligibility verification will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. This description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by an employee within this position. The actual duties, responsibilities and qualifications may vary based on assignment or group. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic data or other legally protected status. Safran Landing Systems is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with physical and mental disabilities. To verify the information in the job listing or if you need special assistance or an accommodation while seeking employment, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 859-817-2947. We will make a determination on your request for reasonable accommodation on a case-by-case basis.
Company information Safran Landing Systems
Safran is an international high-technology group, operating in the aircraft propulsion and equipment, space and defense markets. Safran has a global presence, with more than 92,000 employees and sales of 21 billion euros in 2018. Working alone or in partnership, Safran holds world or European leadership positions in its core markets. Safran undertakes Research & Development programs to meet fast-changing market requirements, with total R&D expenditures of around 1.5 billion euros in 2018.
Safran is ranked among the Top 100 Global Innovators by Thomson Reuters and is featured on the "Happy at work" rankings. The Group places fourth on the Universum ranking for the favorite companies of newly-qualified engineers in France.
Safran Landing Systems is the world leader of aircraft landing and braking systems. The company has partnerships with 30 airframers in civil, regional, commercial and military transport, and supports 27,000 aircraft that operate around 70,000 landings daily.
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