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• In-depth familiarity with manufacturing and machining processes and standards
• mechanical fabrication experience in machining, assembly, construction
• familiarity with Inconel and other specialty metals
• experience in fabrication tooling and machining
• Familiarity with google products, Excel, and zoom a plus
This work shall be principally guided by standards and practices in the industry of industrial controls. The subcontractor will:
• Provide a single point of contact for any communication between the lab and the Subcontractor
• Provide all labor necessary to complete the proposed work in accordance with the Statement of Work, the referenced standards and the project requirements. Reviewed procedures, specifications, drawings
• Monitor procedure compliance
• Witness hold points and provide approval to proceed with Princeton Technical Representative concurrence
• Facilitate issues raised by the subcontractor that require action by lab
• Stop work if necessary at factory if sub is non-compliant with procedures and standards
• Maintain photographic record and lab Daily Log and provided daily reports.
• Participate in weekly status meetings with sub and lab
• Be available on-site during working hours in conjunction with the subcontractor fabrication efforts at least full time, 5 days per week with the potential of additional weekend work.
• Participate in weekly lab CSC status meetings and daily coordination meetings.
• Participate in remote training at the beginning of the project
Minimum 10 years of experience as a machine shop supervisor with high school diploma; OR 5 years as an engineer, with experience in large fabrication and CNC machining with Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering
The incumbent shall have fabrication and engineering experience and be knowledgeable in the monitoring of fabrication and machining, adherence to quality attributes and standards, and coordination of information