Fabrication Structures Developmental Mechanic - U2

Lockheed Martin
Job Type: 
United States

Description:PERFORMS SUCH TYPICAL DISTINGUISHING DUTIES AS:Develops and performs experimentally, the bench and ship layout, fabrication of parts from raw stock, and the assembly, installation and mating operations required for the building of prototype product structures such as airframe, for the purpose of creating or proving engineering design, to the point where sufficient information is gathered and the work may be delegated to others such as production bench, fabrication, assembly and/or installation personnel, or to subcontractors.Incorporates major revisions in prototype structure on the level of difficulty of the work described herein, by developing and performing experimentally, the required layout, fabrication, assembly, installation and mating operations.Works closely with authorized liaison personnel, and suggests, orally or by sketches, design changes for engineering approval, when part of assembly cannot be made or installed as designed, or does not seem to meet functional demands, or where such changes will simplify fabrication, assembly, installation or maintenance of product.Determines, or physically projects or lays out from loft, the coordination points required for building of tooling or parts, so as to insure subsequent mating of fabricated or installed parts and assemblies, and/or to determine location, or to prevent interference with other systems, structures, or installations.Performs all necessary operations to prove completion and coordination of prototype product structure.Works from general configuration and preliminary engineering design data, oral or written.PERFORMS SUCH RELATED DUTIES AS:Improvises shop aids or works without tooling in fabricating, assembling, installing and mating product structures. Develops information required to build necessary tooling.Instructs and works with production personnel as required in the initial production run, including fabrication, assembly, installation, mating and completion of the developed product.Assists in static testing of structural parts or assemblies as required.Performs satisfactorily any function of Metal Worker/Fitter, Senior and General Modification Mechanic and Assembler-Installer classifications.May possess certifications required by the Company; must have completed training or demonstrated skills equivalent to Blueprint Reading II; must have knowledge of Basic Computer Operations.HourlyProductionOperations


Basic Qualifications:Must possess a minimum of 4 years of experience in fabrication, assembly and installation of development parts.May possess certifications required by the Company; must have completed training or demonstrated skills equivalent to Blueprint Reading II; must have knowledge of Basic Computer Operations.MUST BE ABLE TO WORK ANY SHIFT.

First posted: 
12/1/2019 12:00:01 PM

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