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Moog Space and Defense Group in Chatsworth is looking for a Assembler Technician. Moog produces mechanisms for spacecraft motion control with design and flight heritage expanding over 45 years. With origins from historic programs such as Apollo and Pioneer to present-day satellite programs, Moog brings heritage-based solutions to spacecraft mechanisms technology. The spacecraft mechanisms facility in Chatsworth, California includes a fully-integrated engineering/design, manufacturing and test capability. Moog spacecraft products are flexible to meet customer requirements for a wide breadth of applications ranging from commercial to government flight programs
Here's what you can expect on a day-to-day basis:
Performs precision assembly on complex production and repair actuators.
Adjusts or aligns through shimming and other means of mechanical adjustments specified by blueprint or other specification limits.
Utilizes a variety of mechanical measuring equipment such as: Dial indicators, calipers and indicating micrometers to obtain proper assembly-build requirements.
Maintains dimensional accuracy on assemblies utilizing torque wrenches, fixtures, tooling, gages and other measuring devices. Required to work from assembly instructions, both written and oral.
Performs various test operations on production or repair mechanical actuators using necessary, mechanical and electronic test equipment, fixtures and tools.
Diagnoses common test failures and recommends or performs rework to' correct discrepancies.
Holds problem units for engineering disposition.
Ensures that units are set up and tested in conformance with current revision letters and brings to the Supervisor's attention any condition that is abnormal.
Responsible for testing repair models for conformance to acceptance test procedures that are normally part of his/her expertise.
Utilizes mechanical or electronic measuring equipment and performs tests to validate the acceptance of the model to current test requirements.
Responsible for proper documentation of parts replaced and work performed on data sheets.
We'll be looking for you to have the following:
High School Diploma or GED.
Preferred to have trade certificate from Aerospace Trade School
Prior experience in aerospace mechanical assembly
Strong mechanical aptitude
Ability to learn quickly, work well under pressure, and lead others to do the same
EOE/AA Minority/Female/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Disability/Veteran