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CNC Machinist - 1st Shift Mesa, Arizona
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Candidate will report to the Machining Supervisor and perform machining duties with the manufacturing environment.The RoleAmphenol Aerospace Operations is seeking aCNC Machinistto work out of its brand new, state-of-the-art facility in Mesa.The key responsibilities of thisCNC Machinistinclude, but are not limited to: Is knowledgeable in CNC machining and secondary equipment Assists Production Supervisors with all aspects of KPI requirements (Safety, Quality, Delivery, Inventory and Cost) Active participant and advocate of Lean & 5S culture company wide Follows "in-process" quality inspections and works with team members to ensure total quality Aids in feedback to planning & engineering to optimize productivity Provides translation service for team members when required Ensure usage of correct gaging, hand measuring tools & metrology equipment to deliver the highest possible quality components for our customers Support preventative maintenance of equipment and report machine issues to production supervisorThe Location Mesa, AZ 25 minutes from Phoenix, AZThe PersonThe key skills and qualities of aCNC Machinistat Amphenol Aerospace Operations: Minimum 2 years of lathe production experience on CNC & related production equipment Read and understand job layouts, blueprints, schematics and work from written and verbal job instructions on operations Strict time management with self and other employees to support a productive work environment. This includes providing hourly production stats to shift supervisor & implementing quick corrective actions to help team members reach their goals Excellent attendance Ability to communicate with and collaborate with team members Intermediate computer skills Ability to work on a busy manufacturing floorAmphenol Aerospace requires documentation that you have been or have started the vaccination process for COVID-19 within 30 days of hire. Accommodations will be considered for candidates with disabilities a
CNC Machinist - 2nd Shift Mesa, Arizona
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Candidate will report to the Machining Supervisor and perform machining duties with the manufacturing environment.The RoleAmphenol Aerospace Operations is seeking aCNC Machinistto work out of its brand new, state-of-the-art facility in Mesa.The key responsibilities of thisCNC Machinistinclude, but are not limited to: Is knowledgeable in CNC machining and secondary equipment Assists Production Supervisors with all aspects of KPI requirements (Safety, Quality, Delivery, Inventory and Cost) Active participant and advocate of Lean & 5S culture company wide Follows "in-process" quality inspections and works with team members to ensure total quality Aids in feedback to planning & engineering to optimize productivity Provides translation service for team members when required Ensure usage of correct gaging, hand measuring tools & metrology equipment to deliver the highest possible quality components for our customers Support preventative maintenance of equipment and report machine issues to production supervisorThe Location Mesa, AZ 25 minutes from Phoenix, AZThe PersonThe key skills and qualities of aCNC Machinistat Amphenol Aerospace Operations: Minimum 2 years of lathe production experience on CNC & related production equipment Read and understand job layouts, blueprints, schematics and work from written and verbal job instructions on operations Strict time management with self and other employees to support a productive work environment. This includes providing hourly production stats to shift supervisor & implementing quick corrective actions to help team members reach their goals Excellent attendance Ability to communicate with and collaborate with team members Intermediate computer skills Ability to work on a busy manufacturing floorAmphenol Aerospace requires documentation that you have been or have started the vaccination process for COVID-19 within 30 days of hire. Accommodations will be considered for candidates with disabilities a
EHS Specialist Mesa, Arizona
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Provide support in environmental, health, and safety programs, by complying with regulatory and operating standards.The RoleAmphenol Aerospace Operations is seeking an EHS Specialist to work out of its brand new, state-of-the-art facility in Mesa. The key responsibilities of an EHS Specialist include(s), but are not limited to: Uphold and improve safety policies and procedures to meet regulatory requirements and ensure a safe work environment for all team members Maintain expertise on interpreting federal, state, and local EHS regulations Lead the company EHS Committee Conduct OSHA required safety trainings Lead EHS audits and inspections to support compliance certification as required Facilitate the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) program Manage and maintain the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) system Implement incident reporting and participate in accident investigation and root cause identification for work-related injuries and illnesses, on-the-job accidents, or near misses as required Manage Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and safety equipment ordering, stocking, alternate/new PPE evaluations, PPE trials Manage chemical inventory Uphold hazardous waste regulations specific to ADEQ and EPA Provide new hire safety orientation, and general training to include: general safety awareness, machine guarding, hand and powered tool safety, ladder safety, lock out tag out (LOTO), forklift, etc. Manage and Develop EHS and Medical Surveillance Programs Facilitate compliance driven projects through identification, evaluation, equipment selection, purchasing, installation and training/new policy implementation Develop and manage key metrics related to EHS performance including Leading Indicators Establish strong relationships with leadership to ensure EHS is considered in all business aspects Interface with regulatory and public sector EHS agencies and authorities as appropriate Oversee and assist plant leadership during facility restructuring projects/major process changes to verify t
Engineering Co-Op/Internship Mesa, Arizona
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The successful candidate will report to the Assembly Engineering Lead and learn valuable skills to progress a career in engineering. The RoleAmphenol Aerospace Operations is seeking an Engineering Co-Op/Internship to work out of its brand new, state-of-the-art facility in Mesa.  The key responsibilities of this Engineering Co-Op/Internship include, but are not limited to: Design of tools and fixtures utilizing traditional machining and additive manufacturing methods. Identification and implementation of continuous improvement opportunities in a manufacturing setting. Lean/5S activities such as tool presentation and component organization. Assist in the implementation of new assembly lines and layout of factory floor. Assist in creating tools for planning and operations to more effectively schedule jobs. Contribute to other current engineering projects from design to implementation.The Location Mesa, AZ 25 minutes from Phoenix, AZ The PersonThe key skills and qualities of an Engineering Co-Op/Internship at Amphenol Aerospace Operations: 2D and 3D CAD design experience; Solidworks and AutoCAD preferred. Knowledge of basic hand and power tools with applicable experience. Have a hands-on attitude with a goal of actively identifying and solving problems. Enrolled in a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering The Co-Op pays $18/hour, the hours are Monday through Friday 7am – 4pm. The Co-Op runs from January - JuneAmphenol Aerospace requires documentation that you have been or have started the vaccination process for COVID-19 within 30 days of hire. Accommodations will be considered for candidates with disabilities and/or sincerely held religious beliefs.The CompanyWith manufacturing sites in Sidney, NY, Mesa, AZ, Nogales, MX, and a Design Center in Pasadena, CA, Amphenol Aerospace Operations has been a leader in designing and manufacturing electrical components for the aviation and commercial airplane industry for over 85 years.Focusing on serving the needs of advanced and chall
Machining Production Trainee - 2nd Shift Mesa, Arizona
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The successful candidate will report to the Production Supervisor and perform machining duties within the manufacturing environment.The RoleAmphenol Aerospace Operations is seeking aMachining Production Trainee 2nd Shiftto work out of its brand new, state-of-the-art facility in Mesa.The key responsibilities of thisMachining Production Traineeinclude, but are not limited to: Is knowledgeable in CNC machining and secondary equipment Assists Production Supervisors with all aspects of KPI requirements (Safety, Quality, Delivery, Inventory and Cost) Active participant and advocate of Lean and 5S culture company wide Follows "in-process" quality inspections and works with team members to ensure total quality Aids in feedback to planning and engineering to optimize productivity Provides translation service for team members when required Ensure usage of correct gaging, hand measuring tools and metrology equipment to deliver the highest possible quality components for our customers Support preventative maintenance of equipment and report machine issues to production supervisorThe Location Mesa, AZ 25 minutes from Phoenix, AZThe PersonThe key skills and qualities of aMachining Production Traineeat Amphenol Aerospace Operations: Be familiar with layouts/blueprints/schematics Able to work from written/verbal instruction Strict time management with self and other employees to support a productive work environment. This includes providing hourly production stats to shift supervisor and implementing quick corrective actions to help team members reach their goals Ability to communicate with and collaborate with team members Ability to work on a busy manufacturing floorAmphenol Aerospace requires documentation that you have been or have started the vaccination process for COVID-19 within 30 days of hire. Accommodations will be considered for candidates with disabilities and/or sincerely held religious beliefs.The CompanyWith manufacturing sites in Sidney, NY, Mesa, AZ, No
Manufacturing Facilities Technician Mesa, Arizona
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Support manufacturing, provide general maintenance for equipment, tools and furnishings, and work with the manufacturing team to perform regular preventative maintenance on equipment/tooling.The RoleAmphenol Aerospace Operations is seeking a Manufacturing Facilities Technician to work out of its brand new, state-of-the-art facility in Mesa, AZ.The key responsibilities of this Manufacturing Facilities Technician include, but are not limited to: Helps provide preventive maintenance for equipment and tools Help troubleshoot and resolve equipment issues Performs maintenance repairs on machinery, tools and furnishings, including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and painting Helps perform general maintenance on machines, including cleaning, greasing, and servicing of manufacturing equipment to prevent breakdowns and malfunctions Is responsible for wire/cable managementThe Location Mesa, AZ 25 minutes from Phoenix, AZThe Person The key skills and qualities of a Manufacturing Facilities Technician at Amphenol Aerospace Operations: HS diploma or GED Experience in a manufacturing maintenance role Ability to climb ladders, lift / move heavy objects, and stand for majority of working dayThe CompanyWith manufacturing sites in Sidney, NY, Mesa, AZ, Nogales, MX, and a Design Center in Pasadena, CA, Amphenol Aerospace Operations has been a leader in designing and manufacturing electrical components for the aviation and commercial airplane industry for over 85 years.Focusing on serving the needs of advanced and challenging market segments, we pride ourselves on our consistent ability to innovate and provide the markets with new creative solutions.Working at Amphenol means you are recognized and valued for your contributions because we believe that our human capital is the most valuable asset we have. We support and encourage career development for all employees and have ample opportunities for advancement.We pride ourselves for being customer-centric, accountable, relia
Materials Specialist Mesa, Arizona
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The Materials Specialist reports to the Assembly Operations Lead and Department Team Lead and works with peers and management to facilitate and ensure timely processing of parts and materials.The RoleAmphenol Aerospace Operations is seeking a Materials Specialist to work out of its brand new, state-of-the-art facility in Mesa. The key responsibilities of this Materials Specialist include, but are not limited to: Monitor, order, and mix perishable material for manufacturing operations Maintain accurate cycle counts and records of daily transactions of materials Drive Lean and 5S culture across responsible areas Accurately mix, label, and weigh perishable items such as epoxies, adhesives, oils, RTV, and others as required by manufacturing requirements Work with peers and management to facilitate and ensure timely processing of parts and materials Work with all tools, gauges, hoisting, weighing equipment, and automated equipment necessary to complete tasks Support preventative maintenance of equipment and report machine issues to production supervisor Support management with meeting deadlines to customers as needed Prepare spaces and areas to store all materials Gathers hourly shipment stats and quick corrective actions to help team members reach their goalsThe Location Mesa, AZ 25 minutes from Phoenix, AZ The PersonThe key skills and qualities of a Materials Specialist at Amphenol Aerospace Operations: High school diploma Experience with hazardous shipments a plus Experience with import/export materials procedure and customs regulations Capable of identifying parts and materials from specifications, drawings, or instructions Excellent organizational skills to prioritize daily actions Motivated self-starter, possesses abilities to work under general supervision Strict time management with self and other team members to support a productive work environment Intermediate computer skillsAmphenol Aerospace requires documentation that you have been or have started the vacc
Quality Inspector Mesa, Arizona
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The successful candidate will report to the Quality Manager and monitor the manufacturing and inspection processes within the facility.The RoleAmphenol Aerospace Operations is seeking a Quality Inspector to work out of its brand new, state-of-the-art facility in Mesa.The key responsibilities of this Quality Inspector include, but are not limited to: Monitoring of manufacturing/inspection processes for components, sub-assemblies, assemblies that are highly diversified and both mechanical and electrical in nature AS9100 Source Inspections GD&T Incoming Receiving Inspection and understanding of material certification review for assembly components Inspection and acceptance of raw materials (rubbers and metals) J STD certifications or ability to become certified for harness assembliesThe Location Mesa, AZ 25 minutes from Phoenix, AZThe PersonThe key skills and qualities of a Quality Inspector at Amphenol Aerospace Operations: Must be at least 18 years of age High School or equivalent diploma Familiarity with manufacturing and production of electrical components Ability to read, interpret, and work to blueprints, drawings, and process and design specifications Experience doing First Article Inspections and Source Inspections Ability to run and interpret results on CMM or other optical measuring systems. Programming experience a plus Ability to understand and inspect to workmanship standards A minimum of three years of experience in equal or related field Physical requirements include frequent and repetitive use of hands; ability to push, pull or lift up to 35 pounds; vision acuity 20/25 (with or without corrective lenses)Amphenol Aerospace requires documentation that you have been or have started the vaccination process for COVID-19 within 30 days of hire. Accommodations will be considered for candidates with disabilities and/or sincerely held religious beliefs.The CompanyWith manufacturing sites in Sidney, NY, Mesa, AZ, Nogales, MX, and a Design Center in Pasadena,