The aircraft assembly mechanic will primarily work in confined spaces, lifting less than 25 pounds, bending and twisting at the waist, walking, crawling, crouching, standing, kneeling, reaching, climbing/balancing, flexion/extension, contact with sealants and solvents, exposure to noise, working on elevated platforms and the use of personal safety gear for faces, eyes, hand/arms, and ears.
Global Superior Personnel will provide appropriate assistance in job training to enable employees to perform all necessary job functions including the following:
- Work with blueprints, changes, specifications, work orders, etc. to assemble and install to quality requirements parts and assemblies.
- Complete required data gathering transactions to facilitate assembly progression.
- Setup and perform all manual and automated assembly operations, and portable machine functions required to accomplish assignments.
- Perform any and all required pickup, rework, fabrication, change incorporation, functional testing or check during or after final assembly and/or assembly progression.
- Move and/or obtain correct parts, materials, tools, assemblies, etc.
- Use precision measuring instruments required to accomplish work assignments.
- Report and/or investigate job handicaps such as: errors in parts, assembly procedures, tools, sequences, etc.
- Perform routine minor machine maintenance as part of their daily work duties (e.g., where applicable, replacing machine filters, changing standard light bulbs on machines and equipment, maintaining lubrication/coolant levels, etc. as related to basic Total Preventative Maintenance duties).
- Routinely move product within the immediate manufacturing work area, including across aisle, using shop assigned equipment as required, and complete transactions necessary to move product to the next operation. On an exception basis, move product to the next operation within a building.
- Support the continuous flow of product within the manufacturing process by training, coaching and assisting employees of all classification levels.
- Document any discrepancies according to specification, process, and procedure.
- Cross train in inspection and become SIA qualified.
- Lift less than 25 pounds (Occasional lifting of 21-35 pounds), bend and twist at the waist, walk, crawl, crouch, stand for long periods, kneel, reach, climb/balance, flexion/extension
- Contact with sealants and solvents, exposure to noise, working on elevated platformsUse personal protective gear for face, eyes, ears, hand, and arms as required.
- Read, write, and comprehend the English languageHandle, use, and dispose of hazardous material
- Obtain & maintain training certifications as required to support assignment responsibilitiesOccasional (1 to 3 hrs) finger manipulationOn occasion, a 2-person lift may be necessary for weights greater than 50 lbsFrequent reaching overhead (3 to 6 hrs)Frequent balancing on a ladder, steps, or uneven surfaces
- Contact with metals
- Exposure to plastics and solvents to atmospheric conditions
Employee must have the skill and knowledge to perform in all of the general functions of the Assembly Technician:
Employee must have the skill and knowledge to perform one or more of the specialty skills listed below:
Precision Bench Assembly
Pressure and vacuum testing
- Minimum 3 years of experience with 1 year of tank sealing
- High School Diploma or GED
- Must be Available to work ANY shift