Aerospace Assembler
Job Type

Operate all relevant machinery, tools, and equipment and undertake standard and complex assembly and production tasks safely and in accordance with instructions. Perform basic maintenance on equipment, troubleshoot problems, or arrange for supervisor to have equipment repaired or serviced by appropriate technicians. Ability to set up and operate machinery in the Aerospace department, produce parts to blueprint specifications and see that the quality standards are met. Assist and help train less skilled and experienced operators.



· Demonstrate a high standard of work ethics, by example.

· Promote methods for efficient operation.

· Use standardized guidelines for setups, tooling, fixtures and equipment.

· Promote a safe, clean work environment. 

· Maintain the necessary paperwork.

· Ability to make setups (methods, tooling, and fixtures to assure proper methodology). 

· Input to revise methods (setups and fixturing to correct deficiencies).

· Check and report repairs and make necessary adjustments to tools and fixtures before

returning to assigned storage area. 

· Suggest improvements to implement cost reductions.

· Ability to use and understand inspection tools and equipment.

· Knowledge of blueprints and tolerancing.

· Experience setting up and operating various equipment for Aerospace products.

· May be required to work overtime.

· Meet assembly time lines for on time deliveries.

· Must be self sufficient, team oriented. 

· Other duties as assigned.


Skills and Competencies: 

· Decision making

· Drive for results

· Continuous Improvement

· Effective Communication

· Perform inspection on parts being assembled.

· On the job training.


Education and Experience: 

High school diploma or equivalent. Previous assembly experience required.


Physical Demands

· Able to sit or stand doing assembly work for long periods of time.

· Able to lift 30 lbs.

· Able to sit, stand 4 – 8 hrs at a time.