Sr. Gauge Technician

Date: Jul 21, 2022

Location: Eaton, OH, United States, 45320

Company: TimkenSteel

How do you manufacture the world’s cleanest alloy steel? How do you help your customers push the bounds of what’s possible? With a smart and passionate team of people who are focused on a strong set of core values, on giving their best every day, and who are proud of the contributions they’re making to our company and community. People who want to make a difference.



The Sr. Gauge Technician is on afternoon shift, 11:30 am to 8:00 pm.  


Some benefits of joining the team include:

•            $5000 first year bonus

•            Three (3) weeks of paid vacation, 10 paid holidays

•            Benefits available on first day of employment; no waiting period

•            Tuition Reimbursement

•            Monthly and annual bonus programs

•            Climate controlled environment


The Gauge Technician will serve as the quality lead for all production personnel regarding the upkeep, troubleshooting, maintenance, reliability, and training for all in-line and spare autogauges, equators, and eddy current gauges.

Additionally, the gauge technician will serve as a back up to the quality technicians for vacation and leave coverage as needed across all three shifts.



  • Online troubleshooting of autogauges, equators, and eddy current machines with operators.
  • Recommend updates and additions to troubleshooting guides for autogauges, equators, and eddy current machines.
  • Performs offline repair of autogauges.
  • Assist maintenance with swap out of autogauge heads.
  • Assist Senior Master Technicians with line changeovers.
  • Ensure spare autogauges are clean, functioning and protected prior to returning to service.
  • Order and maintain all critical spares inventory for autogauges, equators, and eddy current machines.
  • Train operators on proper cleaning, mastering, verification, and operation of the autogauges, equators, and eddy currents.
  • Read and understand technical procedures, standards and engineering drawings, reports, and documentation.
  •  Track gauge activities on a computerized asset management system including equipment records, event history, and out of tolerance conditions.
  • Maintain all controlled document files and records for autogauges, equators, and eddy currents in a timely and accurate manner.


Technical / Functional Skills:

  • Must have good English written and verbal communication skills
  • Good arithmetic skills are required
  • Mechanical aptitude desired
  • Working knowledge of measurement instruments: i.e., calipers, OD micrometers, ID micrometers, etc.
  • Computer literacy and general proficiency of Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Ability to read and understand technical procedures, documentation, reports, and engineering drawings.
  • Ability to train and communicate written and verbal instructions and concepts.


Minimum Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • 1 year of experience as a CNC operator or 1 year of experience as a Quality Technician.


Preferred Requirements:

  • 2+ years of experience as a CNC operator or 2+ years of experience as a Quality Technician.
  • Experience training shop floor associates.


Physical Demands & Frequency Requirements:

  • Continuous standing, walking, kneeling, stooping, reaching and manual manipulation of parts.
  • Regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.  Occasionally lift and/or move 50 pounds.
  • Hearing at a conversational level.
  • Required to wear protective safety glasses, hearing protection where required and safety shoes where required.


All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.