The Manufacturing Motor Assembler II must have a strong mechanical aptitude and expertise in the assembly of motors and controller boards. This role will assemble electro-mechanical equipment assemblies for environmental control systems using various methods/techniques as required. The Motor Assembler must also have strong troubleshooting and testing experience. This role is accountable for assembling, testing, and troubleshooting on average 6 motors and controller boards weekly.
Duties and Responsibilities:
85% Production and Assembly
o Replace or repair worn or defective mechanical or electromechanical assemblies, including but not limited to: bearings, brushes, brush holders, motor leads, gears, seals, impellers, mechanical switches, brakes, clutches, clutch rotors, tachometers, fans, end shields, etc.
o Assist other mechanics or other shop personnel in skilled or non-skilled duties as directed by the Production Control Manager.
o Complete documentation as needed during the assembly and after assembly process is finished.
o Performs quality checks as required to ensure adherence to quality standards.
o Able to operate specialized repair and testing equipment such as dynamometers and motor software.
o Work in a clean environment to prevent FOD (Foreign Object Damage).
10% building and troubleshooting test boxes and fixtures for other Production and Engineering assemblies and prototypes.
o Must be able to test electro-mechanical equipment to troubleshoot known or suspected problems using various methods.
5% Other duties as assigned
• High school diploma or GED required.
• Minimum 5 years of experience in a manufacturing environment or mechanic experience required.
• Experience in fabrication and aviation airframe strongly preferred.
• Positive attitude and patience are a must for new assemblers learning the ACC way and work.
• Strong mechanical and electrical mechanical aptitude required.
• Demonstrated ability reading schematics, prints, drawings, etc for part assembly required.
• Must have strong attention to detail and ability to follow directions.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills required.
• Self-motivated and able to work independently.
• Aptitude to learn additional product lines that ACC manufactures.
• Ability to pass initial and random FAA Drug/Alcohol screening requirements.
• Ability to understand, perform and retain various skill related training and operational and safety procedures demonstrated by the Production Control Manager.
• Ability to interact in a positive, respectful manner and maintain cooperative working relationships.
• Excellent customer service skills for both internal and external customers.
• Commitment to quality, safety, and ethical behavior.