1212 N. Hercules Ave Clearwater, FL 33765 US
Summary of Position:
Perform a variety of operations to assemble Probes, sensors, booms, and other products used on and in aircraft. Assemblies include parts from sheet metal, wiring, and other components. Tasks include aligning and assembly of parts, cutting material to specific dimensions, use of hand tools and templates work from diagrams, drawings, specifications, and shop orders. Assembly may include other operations such as sawing, burring, crimping, trimming, drilling, reaming, and riveting. Measure parts with a variety of methods to verify dimensions. May modify incomplete and complete assemblies to incorporate changes and perform reworks. Performs other duties as assigned. Work performance is directed by a Production Manager and is reviewed through reports and effectiveness of results obtained.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Essential functions of the position include, but are not limited to:
-- The assembly technician will work from manufacturing instructions, diagrams, drawings, as well as verbal instructions, using a basic array of hand tools, including wire strippers, crimpers, torque wrenches, multi-meters, microscopes, soldering, and/or brazing equipment
--May disassemble, modify, rework, reassemble, and test prototype and production released assemblies and subassemblies according to instructions and specifications
--Performs a variety of assembly operations on complex units or sub-units of precision production parts and components involving precision fittings and tolerances.
--Perform the assembly of tools according to their specifications and instructions including using test instruments for calibration and advanced adjustments.
--Identify and defective items and handle them according to established procedures.
--Collect material and equipment needed to begin the process
--Work from layouts, prints, specifications, route sheets and general instructions
--Ability to shift between different activities and work tasks in a fast paced and exciting environment
--Maintain equipment in good condition and check for calibration due
--Report on issues, malfunction, defective part, or defective equipment
--Test finished products for defects
--May operate machinery such as sand blaster, press, and laser welder
--Perform general departmental housekeeping regularly
--Sustain production standards and quality
--Perform in-process visual inspections, dimensional inspections and cosmetic final clean up
--Regular attendance and punctuality required
--High school diploma or equivalent education, training, and/or related work experience.
-- 0-2 years of work experience in a manufacturing environment
--Must be able to work with ITAR products and related data without restriction.
Skill Set Required:
--Use of basic hand tools and measuring devices (calipers, etc.)
--Basic understanding of blueprint and process sheet interpretation
--Basic computer skills
--Basic math skills (i.e., may have to do conversions to decimals)
--Basic verbal and written communication skills Physical Requirements:
--Restrictions limited only by individual’s inability to perform essential job duties and where an unsafe condition would result for the individual or surrounding employees.
--Required lifting weight: 50 lbs. Lifting Frequency: Daily
--Sitting, standing, reaching, bending, and moving for extended periods of time.
--Ability to work in a Manufacturing environment.
--Completes Soldering, Brazing, and Polishing as needed
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