6 months ago
Assembly Mechanic encompasses all of the duties of the following job
classifications: Inspector Assembly, Sub-Assembly Precision, Mechanic
Aircraft Production, Mechanic Electrical and Radio, Sheet Metal
Assembler and Riveter.
Individual job duties may include:
Assemble precision assemblies, set up and operate ream fixtures to
drill, ream, countersink, spot face, hone and bore for mating major
assemblies. Setup and operate shot peen equipment and accessories for
stress relieving assemblies as required. Install press fit bushings and
force fit bushings. File, fit, hone, ream, drill, tap, saw, burr and
adjust. Assemble a variety of production aircraft and spacecraft parts
and install aircraft equipment, support equipment or power plant
equipment. Install, operationally check out, adjust, rig and pressure
check systems. Perform bench and assembly line operational check out,
troubleshooting, repair and adjustment of electrical and electronic
systems, lighting circuits, power plant systems, wing fold circuits,
missile launch racks, aircraft instrumentation, provide flight test
instrumentation, fire wiring system, fuel system. Assemble, install,
check out physical characteristics and modify wire bundles to aircraft
of aircraft mock ups. Bench assemble electrical or electronic components
and conductors into electrical units and systems before methods and
procedures have been established. Cut, identify, strip, tin, solder,
attach components, and pot to prepare wire for assembly. Tie, seal, and
pack assembled bundles and units. Install wire bundles or other
electrical and electronic components in aircraft, power plants or ground
Assemble aircraft and/or spacecraft
structures or aircraft and/or spacecraft support equipment structures
with or without the aid of jigs and fixtures by drilling, reaming,
countersinking, stop countersinking, dimpling as assigned, burring,
fastening, filing, filling, fitting, aligning, trimming, shimming and
remove surface defects as assigned. Perform skilled assembly operations
such as: shimming, fitting, trimming and aligning which may vary
considerably from one assembly to another as with fairings and the
mating of major assemblies; realigning or replacing ribs, bulkheads or
stringers in skinned assemblies; establishing from blue-prints with or
without firm callouts, butt, center, chord, station and water lines;
blind pick up of hole locations for blank parts from existing structure;
correcting cans, buckles, wrinkles in outer skins and remove surface
defects as assigned.
Boeing is the world's largest aerospace
company and leading manufacturer of commercial airplanes and defense,
space and security systems. We are engineers and technicians. Skilled
scientists and thinkers. Bold innovators and dreamers. Join us, and you
can build something better for yourself, for our customers and for the
Relocation Assistance Available
No. Relocation assistance is not a negotiable benefit.
Basic Qualifications (Requirements):
- Minimum 1 year assembly experience required.
- Minimum 1 year of experience with sheet metal assemblies, drilling, countersinking, riveting, and fastener installation
- Aircraft assembly experience
The selected candidate must be able to work any shift, as assigned.
High school graduate or GED preferred.
Prefer a minimum of one (1) or more years of related work experience.
This is an hourly position governed by the IAM Collective Bargaining agreement.
Hires, as well as employees who transfer from non-union positions, may
be required to attend some type of training upon their start. Once any
required training has been completed all new employees will be
considered on probation for a period of forty (40) working days.
Continued employment is contingent upon successful completion of any
required training and the probationary period.
position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a
“US Person” as defined by 22 C.F.R. § 120.15 is required. “US Person”
includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee.
Contingent Upon Program Award