Structures- Fighter Jet- Secret Clearance
Performs a variety of Depot Level operations to assemble and repair major assembly structures such as fuselage panels and bulkheads, and structural sub-assemblies such as rudders, flaps, and stabilizers. Aligns parts on jigs using templates and fixtures. Performs such minor part-fitting operations as filing, sawing, burring, crimping, trimming, framing, riveting, drilling, and reaming. Measures parts with micrometers and calipers to verify dimensions. May modify incomplete and complete assemblies to incorporate changes to structure. May monitor and verify quality in accordance with statistical process or other control procedures. Plans, lay's out, fabricates, assembles, install and repairs both internal and external aircraft structures at the Depot level. Close tolerance drilling and cold working experience is recommended. In addition, must be: Able to read and interpret schematics, assembly drawings, process specifications, technical manuals, written instructions, test procedures, etc. Able to setup and use a variety of precision measuring instruments such as: dial indicators, micrometers, gauges, protractors, and calipers, etc. Able to use common hand tools such as: drills, reamers, deburrers, files, rivet guns, bucking bars, etc. Able to assemble aircraft structures and associated components with the aid of jigs and fixtures by drilling, filing, filling, honing, reaming, counter-sinking, dimpling, burring and fastening. Able to perform close tolerance assembly operations such as: shimming, fitting, trimming, and aligning where variances may occur considerably from one assembly to another as with fairings and the mating of major structural assemblies. Able to assemble aircraft structures and associated components with the aid of jigs and fixtures by drilling, filing, filling, honing, reaming, counter-sinking, dimpling, burring and fastening. Able to perform close tolerance assembly operations such as: shimming, fitting, trimming, and aligning where variances may occur considerably from one assembly to another as with fairings and the mating of major structural assemblies. Able to replace ribs, stiffners, stringers in skinned assemblies establishing from blueprints with firm callouts, butt, center, chord, station and water lines. Able to blind pickup of hole locations for blank parts from existing structure. Also able to correct cans, buckles, wrinkles in outer skins Able to operate such equipment as brakes, grinders, band saws, and presses. Able to identify different types of corrosion, clean and treat corrosion, remove damaged areas, fabricate parts to repair damaged area, determine rivet patterns, layouts, etc. Able to effectively communicate, orally and written, with other employees, members of supervision, and others, as required in their duties. Able to clearly document maintenance and repair actions, equipment status tags, logs, parts requests, etc. Able to perform assigned duties while wearing required safety equipment. Able to perform assigned duties on all shifts without encumbrances due to weather or physical location and conditions. Order parts, check stock, tools, materials, and equipment as required to perform assigned duties. Responsible for complying with all rules and regulations concerning health and safety, tool control, contracts, facilities and other pertinent coverage. Performs other duties as directed by supervision and management for the benefit of the company, program, or employee(s)
PDS Tech, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or other legally protected status.