Aircraft Assembler A
Apollo Professional Solutions, Inc. •
- Performs all fabrication tasks in any assigned cell(s), project or functional area and is capable of operating all workstations/equipment within any assigned cell/program.
- Tasks will be performed within full-scale production manufacturing operation and may include tasks with unusual and diverse fabrication, mechanical assembly, and quality assurance processes following established methods, policies and procedures.
- Working from complicated drawings, specifications and charts, assembles or disassembles a wide variety of complex aircraft mechanical and/or structural details, subassemblies and/or assemblies, including installations and riggings related to safety of flight, to required standards.
- Is responsible for maintaining production output of cell(s) to schedule, ensuring tact time is attained with a minimum of scrap, waste or downtime.
- Help control costs and conformance of parts to appropriate quality standards within an assigned cell(s).
- Maintains familiarity with company/customer blueprints, technical drawings, specifications, etc.
- Maintain records, data, logs, etc., as necessary or required.
- Detects and reports any unusual circumstances and/or defective material or tooling.
- Capable of performing all of the standard work required in assigned cell(s)/programs.
- Capable of performing all of the complex fabrication tasks using equipment such as hand and power tools common to the craft, jigs, fixtures and assembly aids as well as precision measuring instruments.
- Maintains a high degree of accuracy and integrity while working to close tolerance levels.
- Participates in cell fabrication projects and assists with process improvement methods, solutions and procedures to enhance program quality, cost and scheduling.
- High school diploma or GED required. Minimum of 5 years of aircraft structures experience required.
- Ability to effectively use hand/power tools common to the manufacture of aircraft sheet metal and structural parts.
- Ability to use precision measuring instruments.
- Must be able read and interpret complex blueprints, specifications, charts and tables.
- Ability to effectively use intermediate shop math.
- Ability to drill close tolerance holes.
- Ability to perform electrical bonding.
- Must be able to apply torque to screws and bolts.
- Ability to layout hole locations and hand locate parts.
- Ability to perform click bonding, apply cold hole working and perform dimpling (hot and cold).
- Ability to help provide skills training and proper guidance to others as assigned.
- Ability to read 3-D drawings.
- 3 years of applied trades training a plus
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