Daniel Jankowski

Posted on: 11/28/2012  at  MilwaukeeJobs.com

Candidate Information

Candidate name: Daniel Jankowski  
Email address: djjsvi38tj@gmail.com
Phone number: 2628440874
Address: 2410 Patrick Lane
Waukesha, WI 53188
 

Candidate Profile and Requirements/Preferences

Current position: Materials Lab Technician
Education: Some College
Experience: 13 years
Military Veteran: No
Security Clearance: None
Clearance Note:
Authorized to Work in U.S.: Yes
Areas of Interest: Production - General
Quality Assurance/Safety
 
Preferred location: Milwaukee, WI; Waukesha, WI; New Berlin, WI
Relocation notes:
Preferred employment: Full-Time Employee
Desired salary: $16.00 - $18.00 Per Hour
Salary/Benefit notes:
 

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DANIEL J. JANKOWSKI
2410 Patrick Lane 262- 844-0874
Waukesha, WI 53188 djjsvi38tj@gmail.com
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/daniel-jankowski/23/950/859

MATERIALS LAB TECHNICIAN
Ability to read microstructures and precision work to customer specifications and
knowledgeable in cast irons and cast steels
Excellent problem-solving skills.
Experienced in repairing, maintaining and cleaning Spectrometers.

EQUIPMENT & MACHINE EXPERIENCE:
Metallography Equipment JY50E Spectrometer ARL 34000 Spectrometer
Brinell Hardness Tester Rockwell Hardness Tester Optical Comparator
Various Measuring Instruments Allen Bradley Datamyte System Statscan Software
Gauge Pro Software Baird DV 2 Jarrell-Ash AtomcompModel 750
Leco CS-300 Baird DV 4 Gorton Milling Machine
Satec 60HVL Tensile Tester Spectro Lab Spectrometer Leco E-12 Carbon Determinator

WORK EXPERIENCE:
Materials Lab Technician, Metallurgical Associates, Waukesha, WI 2011-Present (Part time)
Section samples for mount, polish and chemistry. Operate and maintain a LECO GDS 500A.

Materials Lab Technician Motor Castings, West Allis, Wisconsin 2008-2009
Section samples for mount and polish, read microstructures of grey, compacted and ductile iron casting. Testing of Beta-set, SO2 green sands
testing for tensile, LOI, green strength and moisture.

Sr. Metallographer/ Sr. Materials Lab Technician VOLT Services Group, Caterpillar Company Peoria, IL 2007-2008
Section samples for mount and polish, read microstructures of heat treated alloyed steels to Caterpillar specifications, operate and maintain
micro hardness testers ( Vickers and Tukon), use LRS system to track and record results and operate Wilson 2000 hardness tester ( Rockwell
Hardness), Newage MT-90 Microhardness Tester and Brinell tester.

Materials Lab Technician International (Ductile Iron Foundry) 2006
Operate and maintain Leco GDS 800 and maintain records concerning chemistries and traceability of castings.

Sr. Metallographer/ Sr. Materials Lab Technician VOLT Services Group, Caterpillar Company Peoria, IL 2003-2006
Section samples for mount and polish, read microstructures of heat treated alloyed steels to Caterpillar specifications, operate and maintain
micro hardness testers ( Vickers and Tukon), use LRS system to track and record results and operate Wilson 2000 hardness tester ( Rockwell
Hardness) and Brinell tester.

Materials Lab Technician AMPCO Metals, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2002
Standardize, maintain and run an Angstrom Spectrometer. Calculate additions to chemistries of heats to conform to AMPCO's CDA and
customer specifications. Documented post chemistries of each heat. Prepare samples on a lathe for analysis.

Courier Quick Silver, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2001-2002
Pick-up and delivery of legal documents, packages, medical supplies, specimens, and medications on a timely basis.

Materials Lab Technician Spuncast, Watertown, Wisconsin 1999-2001
Standardize, maintain and run a Spectro Lab and a Leco E-12, Machine Charpy bars and tensile bars, prepare samples for microstructures,
determine if sample is the proper microstructure, check microstructure after proper heat-treating, write procedures for lab technicians, finalize
chemistries to meet proper specifications for ASTM or customer, macro etch on certain alloys to detect imperfections and columnar structure,
write material engineering request forms for documentation of certain in-house or customer specifications, use DIA Light software for printing
final chemistries and tracking certified standards.

EDUCATION:
Waukesha Area Technical College, Pewaukee, Wisconsin
Quality Improvement, Methods and Tools; Development/implement of Planning Process courses

Milwaukee Area Technical College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Material Technology Program
Core Courses: Inspection and Testing; Foundry Practices and Principles; Basic Heat Treating; Principles of Metallurgy; Principles of
Metallography; Advanced Metallography; Advanced Heat Treating; Statistical Process, Manufacturing Processes, Blueprint Reading,