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Assembly Technician II/III
COLUMBUS MS 39701
Category: Aerospace
  • Your pay will be discussed at your interview

Job code: lhw-e0-88331520

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Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation

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  Job posted:   Sun Apr 15, 2018
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Assembly Technician II/III
Assembly Technician II/III


Location:
Columbus, MS


Job Code:
1862


# of openings:
1





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POSITION SUMMARY


This position will perform complex and advanced fabrication and assembly of detail parts, subassemblies and final assemblies. This includes the building of adhesive bonded assemblies of metallic and non-metallic composite materials. The level of work performed is moderately advanced to complex requiring crafts level skill and experience in the aerospace industry and an understanding of aircraft mechanics. Candidate must be willing and capable to review production and process documentation and production scheduling and planning and assist in expediting the flow of material, parts and assemblies. Position requires a person who can work with minimum supervision.


JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

+ Use of hand and power tools such as routers, drills, die grinders to complete the required operations. called out within the work instructions and all blue print requirements. Use close tolerance measuring tools such as scales, micrometers, calipers, and bore mics.

+ Use and maintain customer supplied tooling in proper working order.

+ Follow engineering planning and accurately fill out and complete work orders.

+ Keep a clean work area and demonstrate good work habits.

+ Participate in projects developing process improvement methods, solutions and procedures to enhance program quality, cost and scheduling.

+ Perform other duties as assigned and may be required to cross train to additional work centers and skill sets.

+ Train junior employees in assigned area.




EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

+ High School graduate or equivalent and/or technical school.

+ Five (5) years of experience in aircraft maintenance, fabrication and assembly of metallic and non-metallic parts used on operational aircraft or equivalent combination of education and experience.

+ Ability to use computers and equipment that utilizes computer software technology for assembly aids and allocating proper time for work orders.

+ Demonstrated ability to apply math, locating information and reading comprehension skills to the work environment.




MINIMUM REUIREMENTS



+ Advanced 2-year vocational, technical and/or military technical schooling certifications in manufacturing or related fields.

+ A&P License.

+ Must be a U. S. Person or Permanent Resident Green Card Holder




PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

+ Ability to work in a manufacturing environment and wear proper PPE.

+ Lift and transport objects up to 40 pounds as well as consistently stand, stoop, crawl, bend, crouch, climb, and kneel.

+ Flexibility to work shift work and/or extended work hours.




Aurora Flight Sciences is an Equal Opportunity Employer






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