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Perform an extensive and wide variety of duties within an Engineering Prototype environment. Follow Engineering work orders to perform the following: fabricate, structurally assemble, and install aircraft component systems. Work performed can be of a prototype or conformity article in nature, and in accordance with sketches and sealed drawing lists respectively.

Performs a wide variety of complex trouble shooting and general maintenance; millwright duties including carpentry, welding, plumbing, Machining, installing, constructing, dismantling, assembling, etc.; maintain complicated plant mechanical and structural equipment to eliminate down time and maintain an uninterrupted flow of production.

Perform diversified hand welding on a wide variety of complex assemblies, structures or products to produce clean fusion welded parts of metal and alloy to be used in aircraft production. Lay out, fit, and weld fabricated, cast, and forged component to assemble structural form such as airframe, tank, and pressure vessel.

Summary:Plan and perform a wide variety of complex planning, fabricating, installing, balancing, and repairing of air conditioning and refrigerant systems including, but not limited to, water chillers, cooling towers, roof top and split package units, walk-in and roll-around freezers, ice makers, drinking fountains, chemical testing, etc.

Performs a wide variety of complex planning, trouble shooting, preventive maintenance, installation, and repair on mechanical, electrical, Electronic, air, and hydraulic components of CNC production machines and equipment such as metal fabricating machines, material handling Systems, chilled water systems, high voltage motor control panels, fire protection devices, freeze protection devices, pn

Perform diverse and difficult visual, mechanical, and functional inspection duties on aircraft in the assembly process including but not limited to systems checks, testing, calibration, verification, measuring, and documentation of mechanical and cosmetic acceptance or rejection of components/systems; verify the aircraft has been manufactured to the latest aircraft production order, engineering

Maintain, repair, troubleshoot, modify and install various types of electronic equipment as well as related devices including but not limited to; radars, radio telecommunication, sonar and navigational systems. Apply technical knowledge of electronic principles in determining equipment malfunctions and maintain equipment operation.

SummaryPerform a variety of complex inspections on fabricated sheet metal parts and bonded structures to meet customer and Piper quality standards. Use various tools specific to trade such as calipers, micrometers, height gauges, depth gauges, and other equipment. Work independently or with minimal direction from Supervisor.Required SkillsEssential Duties and Responsibilities

Perform a wide variety of complex operations in support of the flight testing of aircraft; install, adjust and troubleshoot aircraft systems including but not limited to engine set up, fuel calibrations, avionics and engine instrumentation packages, etc.; fueling and de-fueling procedures on both piston and turbine engines; set-up and adjust aircraft flight control systems to obtain optimum fli

Summary:Plan and perform a wide variety of complex planning, fabricating, installing, balancing, and repairing of air conditioning and refrigerant systems including, but not limited to, water chillers, cooling towers, roof top and split package units, walk-in and roll-around freezers, ice makers, drinking fountains, chemical testing, etc.

Plan, lay out, repair parts, and perform limited rework for close fit to any routine sheet metal assembly and installation work of products on aircraft, utilizing acquired knowledge of assembly methods/techniques, and knowledge of sheet metal properties.

Plan, lay out, repair parts and perform limited rework for close fit; any complex and intricate sheet metal assembly and installation work of products on aircraft, utilizing excellent knowledge of assembly methods and techniques, and knowledge of sheet metal properties.

New product development and provide technical expertise in the area of avionics/electrical systems equipment specification and installation on all products manufactured by the Company.Required SkillsTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

Instrument panel build-up consisting of set up, operation, analysis, inspection of complex productions electronic components and systems to ensure compliance with Piper/FAA regulations.

Structures Mechanic**Paid Flight** LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking Structures Mechanics with experience performing body and structural repairs on commercial aircraft for an opportunity in Puerto Rico.

Position Summary: Responsible for completing electrical installations and connections which include Basic Aircraft installation, Cabin Installations, Cockpit and Cargo and Ground Test. Primary Responsibilities:

The RS Sheetmetal Technician II works under general supervision to safely layout, fabricate and install parts, equipment and fabricated items on aircraft following established operating procedures. All work performed should be in accordance with company design specifications, quality standards and completed work should meet customer expectations.

Under minimal supervision, repair and overhaul internal and external aircraft assemblies, subassemblies and components in accordance with Repair Station requirements. Principal Duties and Responsibilities:Essential Functions: 1. Apply advanced skills in administration and use of procedures, techniques, tools, materials and/or equipment, as appropriate to area of specialization. 2.

PAY and BENEFITS:$27/hour OT available. Great Per Diem PackageHealth, dental and vision insurance offered. Contract is open-ended and expected to be long term. Cash Advances offered. (Must be on the job for at least 3 days, $300 max)Weekly pay. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:Must have at least 2 years of Structures experience. Must have experience in MROs. Must be able to obtain a SIDA badge.

Talentscale is currently hiring several Wire Harness Technicians for a top Aerospace company near the Conifer Colorado area. Temp to hire, salary is $25 an hour with potential increases after 90 day evaluation. Split per diem!! $$$. Ideal for an Aircraft Electrician or Avionics Technician who has built Wire Harnesses Responsibilities:

Talentscale is currently hiring several Wire Harness Technicians for a top Aerospace company near the Conifer Colorado area. Temp to hire, salary is $25 an hour with potential increases after 90 day evaluation. Split per diem!! $$$. Ideal for an Aircraft Electrician or Avionics Technician who has built Wire Harnesses Responsibilities:

Under minimal supervision, assists in the removal/installation of avionics electrical components, fabrication of wire harnesses, installations, terminations, ring-out, and functional tests of avionics/electrical systems.Principal Duties and Responsibilities:Essential Functions:1.

Position Title: Test Technician Department/Location: R D/Pennsylvania Reports to: Engineering Manager Position summary: Carson Helicopters is looking for a motivated technician to setup, run and analyze results for various types of mechanical testing in support of on-going aviation R D program.

Entry level Aviation TechnicianIf you have your A P license, willing to work hand to hand with your colleagues or on your own, then look no further. AirNet II, a full service 145 repair station located in Columbus Ohio who understands the vital importance of expert timely service and aircraft maintenance is looking for an entry level aviation technician to work a day shift, Monday - Friday.

POSITION PURPOSEPerforms preventive maintenance, repair, modifications and other maintenance of aircraft, components and related equipment in accordance with standards and regulations.ESSENTIAL DUTIES To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

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