You will be responsible for performing intricate electrical installations, repairs, and modifications on aircraft electrical systems. Your ability to interpret blueprints, follow engineering instructions, and select appropriate materials will contribute to the seamless integration of electrical components. Attention to detail, adherence to safety protocols, and maintaining high-quality standards will be key aspects of your role.
• Interpret blueprints, drawings, and schematics to plan and execute electrical installations with precision.
• Select appropriate components, materials, and tools to complete wire provisions, harnesses, power feeders, signal data lines, and fiber optic harnesses installations.
• Identify and report any workmanship errors, defective parts, or discrepancies in procedures according to established guidelines.
• Perform repairs, rework, and authorized changes as needed, including the removal and replacement of installed components.
• Maintain a clean and organized work environment, adhering to exemplary housekeeping and Foreign Object Debris (FOD) standards.
• Demonstrate a basic understanding of computer systems and software applications.
• Stand for extended periods and work in elevated or confined spaces as required.
• Obtain and maintain necessary training certifications to fulfill assignment responsibilities.
• Adhere to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) policies.
• High School diploma or GED required.
• Prior aircraft manufacturing electrical installation experience is essential.
• Preference will be given to candidates with experience in commercial aircraft; DOD experience will also be considered.
• Proficient in reading, writing, and comprehending the English language.
• Physical ability to lift objects weighing less than 25 pounds, occasionally lifting 21-35 pounds.
• Flexibility to bend, twist, crawl, crouch, stand, kneel, reach, and climb/balance as required.
• Willingness to participate in occasional two-person lifts for weights exceeding 50 lbs.
• Comfortable with rotations of head/neck, sitting, crawling, squatting, bending/stooping, lying down, and operating foot controls.
• Familiarity with working with metals and occasional exposure to plastics and solvents.
• Adaptability to varying atmospheric conditions and frequent exposure to noise.
• Must possess a personal set of tools; tools will need to be shadowed upon hire.
• Ability to work overtime on a frequent basis.