Use of precision tools, fixtures and measuring equipment to perform assembly, in-process inspections, calibration, and test of hydro-mechanical fuel controls in an aerospace production/quality environment
- Follows all prescribed Health, Safety and Environmental rules and regulations
- Performs work through the utilization of work instructions
- Visually inspects parts and product for quality
- Detects and reports faulty operation, defective tools and materials
- Initiates action to prevent/correct product/process non-conformity
- Maintain all required documentation and records accurately and in a timely manner
- Maintains work areas and tools according to Visual Management and 5S Standards
- Attend and actively participate in daily Tier meetings
- Participate in continuous improvement and rapid problem solving
- Perform all other related duties as assigned
- Potential move to second or third shift after training is complete
YOU MUST HAVE
- Must be a US Citizen due to contractual requirements.
- High School diploma or GED
- Watchmaker certification from an accredited watchmaker program
- Experience using precision measuring devices (i.e., such as micrometers, dial indicators, dial calipers and depth micrometers)
- Associates degree in Watchmaking (in lieu of Watchmaker Certification)
- Excellent manual dexterity and visual acuity is key to manipulate dozens of extremely small components with precision.
- Ability to work with hand tools of different types.
- Intermediate math skills
- Basic computer skills with ability to navigate internet and MS office.
- Ability to work overtime, including weekends
- Able to work and communicate well with others.
- Excellent troubleshooting skills.
- Ability to work in a dynamic and fast paced aerospace production environment.
- Able to work in a team environment and solve issues at the lowest level.
- Selected candidate will work in a Clean Room environment.
Posted by StartWire