- Perform skilled bench work to manufacture complex parts with tight tolerance to customer specifications through the use of common hand and power tools used by the aerospace industry.
- Drill, countersink, rivet and mechanically assemble parts to close tolerance.
- Utilize precision measuring devices to ensure conformity of manufactured parts, as well as determine necessary steps to correct any non-conformance parts processed.
- Work with engineers, managers and quality personnel to resolve problems and confirm part conformance.
- Use and interpret complicated prints, drawings and process sheets to perform a variety of layouts, in addition to the proper completion of job orders and detailed part or assembly documentation.
- Learn and adhere to required safety standards and procedures.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- 1-2 years of manufacturing background, preferably in Aerospace assembly working with various sheet metal and machined components.
- Ability to read, interpret and understand complicated blueprints, engineering drawings and documents.
- Ability to pay exceptional attention to detail and have the capacity to handle multiple tasks effectively under deadline pressures while following direction and completing assignments accurately and on time.
- Proficient computer systems skills.
- Ability to operate a variety of handheld pneumatic tools, Drill Press, Rivet guns, Brake Press, and torque wrenches.
- Familiarity with calipers and micrometers.
- Previous resistance welding experience or willingness to be trained.
- Ability to work with lab equipment (i.e. microscope and cut-off saw) to evaluate resistance welding parameters.
- Learn to plan and perform difficult work processes.
- Interact and communicate in a professional and effective manner with all levels of employees.
- Schedule and organize time and tasks effectively.
- Ability to work in a challenging and schedule driven environment
- Strong organizational skills.
- Experience with the application of braze pastes and foils a plus.
- High School Diploma
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