11 months ago
The Welder is responsible for the fabrication and welding procedures on aircraft and non-aircraft structures.
* Interpret drawings and applicable technical data to use in repairs
* Use calibrated instruments and tooling to perform critical measurements
* Inspect parts and sub-assemblies to determine the type of welding process and rods required to perform task
* Operate oxy-acetylene torch to cut, braze, weld and solder
* Operate spot welder
* Make necessary adjustments to welding equipment to ensure satisfactory weld(s)
* Repair engine and airframe components within airworthiness standards
* Install fabricated details onto assemblies & sub-assemblies and inspect for proper fit prior to welding
* Produces replacement parts and new parts in making repairs of metal parts of mechanical equipment.
* Work with Engineering and Quality Control
* Other duties as assigned
* High school education required, college degree through a technical/vocational school is preferred
* Knowledge of metal fabrication, equipment operations and aircraft engine repair processes and principles
* Ability to perform visual inspections
* Ability to follow instructions
* Must be able to pass AWS 17.1, 2001 welding certification test
* Ability in TIG welding on thin gauge aluminum, 4130 steel, and stainless steel
* Understanding of aviation terms and working knowledge of applicable technical publications
* Ability to:
* Lift, balance and carry up to 50 lbs.
* Work in enclosed hangars and exterior weather conditions
* Work in close proximity to other people
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Dynamic Aviation Group, Inc. offers a competitive salary and an excellent work environment. No calls or agencies please. If you have any questions or are having difficulty submitting your information, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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