Technician - 185892
Duration 4 MonthsChipton-Ross is seeking a Technician for an opening in Littleton, CO. RESPONSIBILITIES:Working from engineering drawings, written work instructions and process specifications, employee will assemble structural and precision mechanical components in a shop environment. Tasks will include but are not limited to: -Installation and torqueing of fasteners, drilling, installation of rivets, adhesive bonding, measurement and shimming interfaces to close tolerances - Assembling, disassembling, and precision cleaning of flight hardware. -Tooling fabrication from various materials such as aluminum, composites, and wood. -Working with small shop power tools (saws, routers, sanders, and grinders). - Instillation and removal of inserts such and Keenserts and Helicoils for higher level assemblies. -Assembly of builds including setup, bonding, and fastener applications. -Operation of measuring devices such as calipers, height gages, micrometers, and torque wrenches. - Packaging of completed production orders
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:0 - 3 years work experience• Desire to learn or develop basic skills within the technician job scope and ability to demonstrate learning agility to pass both written and hands-on certification requirements.• Ability to understand read engineering and installation drawings.• Possess an understanding and safe use of hand tools such as Torque Wrenches, Sharps, Hand Drills, Small presses, Pneumatic tools etc.• Ability to use and understand calibrated hand tools and equipment such as calipers, micrometers and gages in a production environment.• Ability to perform bonding operations with various adhesive materials. PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:• Must be able to work flexible shifts, provide afterhours support, and work overtime as required.• Ability to work in a clean environment that involves wearing smocks and gloves for extended periods of time. This includes working at flow benches to assemble very precise Mechanisms.• Previous Assembly experience in quality regulated environment.• Experience working to engineering drawings/schematics and manufacturing work instructions.• A P License• Ability to do light manual machining work for the creation of shop aids and tools to support build efforts is a plus.• Experience with electrical harness assembly (splicing/soldering/crimping) in a quality controlled environment. EDUCATION:Accredited High School Diploma/GED WORK HOURS:9/80, 1st ShiftFull-TimeEmployment will be contingent on clearing a drug screen and background check. Both must clear prior to start date.