Assembly

Montville, NJ 07045

Posted: 09/26/2019 Industry: Industrial Job Number: 9194

A&T Tech II - Marine



Position Profile
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The Assembly & Test Technician II s primary responsibility is to set up and operate all phases of processing pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical and electromechanical assemblies for Marine industry, as well as Space and Aircraft applications. This position focuses on assembling and testing production hardware and their subassemblies by following schematic and other written and/or verbal specifications.



Minimum Required Qualifications
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  • Minimum of a High School Diploma, or equivalent



  • 3 5 years of experience in an aerospace manufacturing/testing environment



  • Mechanical or electro-mechanical products measurement and testing experience required



  • Demonstrated mechanical/technical aptitude and abilities to function test products



  • Knowledge/experience with variety of electronic test equipment



  • Knowledgeable in the areas of high-pressure fluids (Skydrol/red-oil.), gasses and electronic test equipment and ability to work with abrasive chemicals and hydraulic fluids required



  • Knowledge of Lean concepts, ESD, FOD control and personal protective equipment



Essential or Primary / Key Responsibilities
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  • Primary duty is to ensure that products perform their proposed functions in a satisfactory manner



  • Read, interpret documents (i.E. Procedures, schematics/technical drawings, etc.) and use necessary measuring devices/equipment to confirm tooling/fixturing geometries and dimensions



  • Conduct all work in accordance with approved technical data, customer specifications and regulatory requirements including mil-specs



  • Set up and use electronic instruments, load testing devices, microscopes, various measuring instruments



  • Setup and operate tools required for assembly including, but not limited to; standard hand tools, load testing devices, micrometers, depth mics, calipers and microscopes



  • Setup and operate equipment required for testing including, but not limited to; multimeters, ohmmeters, voltmeters, pressure, gauges and transducers, data recorders, load cells, and flow meters



  • Install, operate and maintain high-pressure nitrogen, helium and skydrol test equipment



  • Assemble products, install internal components; use arbor press/fixtures; apply lock wire and torque seal



  • Conduct end-of-line functional testing on valve components and record results



  • Assist with testing equipment maintenance and/or repair



  • Maintain accurate parts and part count for each job



  • Identify causes for test failures, perform rework, and submit suggestions for corrective action to supervisor for approval

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