Mechanical Assembler - Monroe, United States - LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions

    LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions
    LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions Monroe, United States

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    Mechanical Assembler

    LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions is seeking an Mechanical Assembler for an opportunity in Monroe, NC.

    Job Duties and Responsibilities:

    The Assember will perform technical and mechanical functions pertaining to the aircraft component assembly. They will be working with assembling with aerospace applications.

    Qualifications and requirements:

    Under direct to moderate supervision, the incumbent uses standard procedures to perform less complex & somewhat repetitive tasks while developing skills & techniques for assembling, disassembling, cleaning, inspecting while performing repair, overhaul & modification operations on components & accessories using approved technical data. Learn to recognize, report, and participate in real time problem resolution initiatives.

    Role Priorities:

    1. Customer Satisfaction/Relations
    2. Employee Training & Accountability
    3. ACE – Continuous Improvement/Involvement
    4. Time Management
    5. Practice Safe & Ethical Work Habits Through Environmental Health & Safety
    6. Cultivate a Quality Culture

    Position Responsibilities: (Some but not limited to. Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs)
    The Technician I must demonstrate the aptitude to learn, retain, recall & perform all of the following:

    • Actively participate in ACE continuous improvement, environmental, health & safety activities.
    • Remain informed of & understand Customer Service Level & Turn-Around Time goals for the team.
    • Comply with & demonstrate adherence to safety policies & procedures to include shelf life procedures.
    • Comply with all site's EH&S Program policies and procedures
    • Demonstrate safe work habits & maintain a clean & professional work area & participate in daily cleaning activities.
    • Utilize various computer systems by entering & retrieving information to perform normal daily activities.
    • Work in close cooperation with your direct supervisor & other support personnel such as the Shop Engineer, Customer Service, Buyer, & Final Inspectors in a professional manner to resolve issues according to FAA & company regulations as directed.
    • May interface with internal & external customers (government personnel or auditors) as necessary.
    • Assume the responsibility of completing the work assigned in a quality & timely manner under direct to moderate supervision.
    • Work with peers to resolve questions & problems, referring complex issues to higher levels as required.
    • Perform other duties as required to achieve team goals.
    • Work to specifications & use all required tools & equipment to perform assigned work according to FAA & company regulations.
    • Assist in the major & minor assembly, disassembly, cleaning, inspection & disposition of various types of components & accessories under direct to moderate supervision as required.
    • Check & validate LRU fit, form & function parameters in accordance with approved technical data.
    • Assist with test, troubleshoot & validate LRU performance in accordance with approved technical data.
    • Assist with minor rework/repair of components & identify scrap components & accessories under direct to moderate supervision as required.

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.