Manufacturing Engineer 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. If you feel you are qualified, apply for this position, it could change your future.
The Manufacturing Engineer will be responsible for product line fabrication activities. Primary product lines are unmanned aerial vehicles, commercial and military aircraft including composite and metallic structure, mechanical system components/routings and electrical/avionics systems component installations.
Activities include writing and updating shop routings, drawing/specification reviews and approval, material review and selection, shop support, and providing training to others in approved processes. The Manufacturing Engineer will also act as the interface between Manufacturing and Design Engineering for M&P, composite fabrication, and assembly operations, as well as define tooling, shop floor tools, and support the AS9102 FAI process through shop support and documentation of requirements.
Support the resolution of technical problems at the direction of engineering management.
Create part fabrication documentation as required to support manufacturing and quality.
Recommend and implement process improvements to improve part quality and reduce cycle time and cost.
Reviews engineering drawings and specifications to develop planning documents for part fabrication and assembly.
Develops equipment, material, and process performance requirements, performs vendor searches and equipment evaluations.
Develops process specifications, and designs and procures process tooling. Develops process documentation and trains personnel on new processes, materials, and equipment.
Interface with customer engineering and part/raw material suppliers to resolve technical problems.
Perform red-line duties to parts on shop floor and implement engineering changes to parts in process. Address MRB conditions and recommend and implement corrective actions.
Supports management in assuming all safety regulations are met and maintain safe working environment.
Supports other Aurora Flight Sciences sites as required.
Ability to accurately deal with multiple tasks ensuring timely completion.
Prepares documentation to support design decisions and resolve issues. Prepares presentations for PDRs and CDRs. Assists the project engineer in preparing for technical interchange meetings and technical program reviews.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: (Education and Experience)
BS Degree in Manufacturing, Industrial, Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering
5 to 10 years of experience in the aerospace/manufacturing industry.
Intermediate to advanced experience with GD&T (ASME 14.5) and blueprint reading.
Proficient with Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Hands-on composite part fabrication experience.
Metal part fabrication experience.
ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: (Education and Experience)
Working level experience with Visual Manufacturing program
Basic CAD experience in any software package (CATIA preferred).
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 extended hours or other shifts as needed
||Columbus, MS |
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