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operations technician

  • Setting up and running a CNC S33 Studer (O.D. grinding).
  • Testing matched fuel plunger and sleeve assemblies for leakages and pressures. 
  • Setting up and running a myford (side grinding).
  • Setting up and running a Laser Marker.
  • Final bench inspections.
  • Gage lapping.
  • Familiar with using “Go” and “No Go” plugs.

operations technician

  • Adjust controls to generate specified electrical power, or to regulate the flow of power between generating stations and substations.
  • Control and maintain auxiliary equipment, such as pumps, fans, compressors, condensers, feedwater heaters, filters, and chlorinators, to supply water, fuel, lubricants, air, and auxiliary power.
  • Control generator output to match the phase, frequency, and voltage of electricity supplied to panels.
  • Make adjustments or minor repairs, such as tightening leaking gland and pipe joints; report any needs for major repairs.
  • Monitor and inspect power plant equipment and indicators to detect evidence of operating problems.
  • Open and close valves and switches in sequence upon signals from other workers, in order to start or shut down auxiliary units.
  • Operate or control power generating equipment, including boilers, turbines, generators, and reactors, using control boards or semi-automatic equipment.

operations technician

  •  When I worked at CSC my job there was to ensure that the racks where the products(goods) were being kept were operational and make sure that the ice build up was managed. I also had to ensure that systems room was operational and clean where the refrigeration process started. 
  • When I was working as CSC another job of mine was to make sure that if anything was broken on the property between the loading yard, storage facilities or the office blocks I would be responsible for fixing it, also replacing outdated items and replacing and recharging the fork lift batteries. 
  • Familiar with using O.D. micrometers, depth micrometers, and dial calipers.
  • Familiar reading tolerances to a millionth of an inch.
  • Training new hires on O.D. and side grinding, testing, laser marking, and other support jobs.
  • Have stockroom experience. 
  • Experience in making continuous improvement projects for the department.