Subassemblies/ fuel controls for aircraft
Produce high quality products and services for our customers. You will assemble and inspect product to ensure the highest quality product is provided to our customers. You will be responsible for your work area to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the area. You will set up and monitor the production of product in your area and participate in the continuous improvement process at the site to address safety, production and quality improvements.
• Manual torque wrench usage
• Ability to use of micrometers and calipers
• Knowledge of measurements/place values
• Ability to identify and use basic hand tools
• Knowledge of SAP
• Participate in continuous improvement activities.
• Support the Operating System
• Maintain assigned work areas
• Comply with all safety rules.
• Record and report data.
• Analyze and interpret data
• Perform product changeovers
• Make corrections to the process
• Perform equipment testing
YOU MUST HAVE
• High School Diploma
• Demonstrated ability to learn quickly and communicate effectively
• Ability to analyze information and concepts
• Ability to collaborate with others and work independently
• Ability to identify key details
• Ability to troubleshoot
• Good coordination, motor skills, and dexterity
• Creative thinking and idea generation
• Some experience with calipers, micrometers, torque wrenches and SAP knowledge
• Ability to communicate information clearly
• Performs standard testing processes on a variety of equipment and records and analyzes results.
• Requires knowledge of industry specific tests and testing equipment.
• Requires an associate's degree and 0-2 years of experience in the field or in a related area.
• Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field.
• Relies on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
• Performs a variety of tasks. Works under direct supervision.
• A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required. Typically reports to a supervisor.
• Lifting is generally at or below 30Lbs. without significant repetitions.
• Moderate exposure to machinery, chemical, biological, and physical risks is anticipated.
• Operation of a Powered industrial truck is considered at least Industrial and may be considered Heavy as determined by other exposures.