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Assembly, inspection, disassembly, reassembly, safety wiring, part marking, painting and repair of sub and final assemblies.
Must be able to maintain quality stamp authority.
Must be able to complete necessary documents and records.
Perform to written instructions (i.e. per route card, job instruction sheets (J.I.S.), engineering drawing or work order). Also utilize engineering prints for problem analysis.
Demonstrate general knowledge of operation/function of assemblies, as required, to troubleshoot units.
Proficiently operate departmental machinery, equipment, tooling or gauging as required.
Must be capable of machine brazing, soldering and balancing.
Identify processing changes and method improvements.
Verify current instrumentation calibration and department records (torque wrenches, inch micrometer, gages, etc.).
Works in close cooperation with supervision, Engineering, suppliers and other personnel to resolve problems.
Interface with customer or government personnel as required.
Must be able to use the required inspection equipment to perform visual and/or dimensional inspection of in-process sub-assemblies, assemblies, process piece parts to ensure conformity to blueprints, job instruction sheets (J.I.S.), test specifications and engineering specifications.
Must be able to perform and monitor assembly test set-ups and verify equipment calibrations.
Verify job instructions sheets, blueprints or specifications used in the area to ensure they are to the required revision.
Performs environmental checks on a regular basis to assess temperature, humidity (expect on special programs, i.e. Space Shuttle) and maintain cleanliness of work area.
Verify proper incorporation of engineering changes as required by manufacturing process plan.
Must be able to calculate fractions and decimals and have a working knowledge of shop mathematics.
Monitor department process equipment for acceptance of fluid and gas conditions, temperature and other operating perimeters.
Maintain program and process certifications as needed for the area.
Print process manufacturing documentation as required performing work functions.
Understand hazardous materials used within assembly and proper handling practices.
Proficient at mixing and applying chemical compounds i.e. adhesives, paints and locktites, etc.
Assist supervision with department administrative tasks (i.e. ordering shop supplies, tools, calibration recall, shelf life of material)
Makes proper records of material accepted or rejected.
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