COMPOSITE TECHNICIANS Aurora Flight Sciences
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Be Part of the Next Generation of Flight
Aurora Flight Sciences is a leader in unmanned aerial systems, with a fleet of innovative aircraft designed to empower small tactical units, and safeguard our borders. Aurora provides the capabilities and process controls of a large company with the ?can do? attitude of a small company. Aurora?s mission is to detect, protect and explore with technology at every altitude. If you feel you are qualified, apply for this position, it could change your future.
Aurora Flight Sciences is seeking an experienced Composite Technicians to join our growing team in Mississippi. This position requires an action and results oriented individual who can effectively achieve demanding development and production goals. This individual must also be able to interact and communicate at all levels of the organization.
Job Qualifications (basic job description):
The Composite Technician under close supervision performs basic lay-up techniques to include pre-preg or wet lay-up, cutting, bagging, basic repair, autoclave, and / or trimming operations. This role must be able to work from work orders, blueprints, and lay-up charts to ensure quality of product. Must also be able to work with basic shop tools and equipment used in composite layup and assembly as well as demonstrates the ability to perform in a team environment and exhibit a willingness to ?do what it takes? to ensure customer expectations are exceeded.
Builds composite components for air vehicles using appropriate lay-up techniques
Prepares composite components for curing process in autoclave and/or oven by applying proper vacuum bagging methods and procedures
Handling, mixing and applying various resin/catalyst materials
Operates a broad variety equipment and hand/power tools in a safe and efficient manner in order to shape and form simple and complex components
Perform self-verification procedure on work orders and other related/required documents
Ensure parts meet all quality standards and guidelines prior to presenting for inspection
Maintains a neat and orderly work area, supports the company FOD (Foreign Object Damage) prevention program and complies with all safety regulations
Demonstrates the capacity to learn to read and interpret blueprints and selected GAC standards. (GAMPS, MEPS, GER).
Must be able to perform math computations, to include adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing whole numbers, fractions and decimals. Convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions.
Demonstrates the capacities to learn and successfully pass a skills evaluation to include a basic composite lay-up / trim for LEVEL I
May work any shift and or overtime
Comply with good housekeeping, quality, FOD, and safety procedures
Supports other Aurora Flight Sciences sites as required
Performs other tasks as required by site leadership
Minimum Requirements (education and experience):
High School Graduate or GED
Must be demonstrate ability to apply basic math, locating information and reading comprehension skills to the work environment by obtaining Silver level on Work Keys assessment.
Ability to use blueprints and other related technical documents
Basic use of computers
Additional Preferred Qualifications (education and experience):
1 year in an manufacturing environment with exposure relative equipment and hand/power tools
Advanced 2 year vocational, technical and/or military technical schooling certifications in manufacturing or related field
Able to lift and transport objects up to 40 pounds as well as consistently stoop, crawl, bend, crouch, climb and kneel
Shift Requirements (specify if irregular work hours or shift work will be required):
Day shift with flexibility to work extend hours or other shifts as needed
||9950 Wakeman Drive |
Manassas, VA 20110
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