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Manufacturing Mechanic - Interior Fabrication


HAECO Americas
Location: Greensboro, North Carolina
Job type: Contract/Locum
Contact: No Name
Category: Mechanic
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Overview:

APPRENTICE LEVEL:
The Mfg Apprentice (IF) is an entry level position that to be utilized as a training role for inexperienced employees hired to learn the Interior Fabrication craft. The goal of the Mfg Apprentice will be to learn to basic Interior Fabrication functions within budgeted time and at "HAECO Americas" standards of quality.
MECHANIC I: 
Perform Interior fabrication and/or repairs within budgeted time and to HAECO, FAA, and customers' standards of quality. Organizes work plan in an efficient and resourceful manner. The Interior Fabrication Mechanic is responsible to work in a safe manner eliminating waste and delivering a quality product on time. Duties include Panel Prep as well as working towards learning higher level skills.
MECHANIC II:

Perform Interior fabrication and/or repairs within budgeted time and to HAECO, FAA, and customers' standards of quality. Organizes work plan in an efficient and resourceful manner. The Interior Fabrication Mechanic is responsible to work in a safe manner eliminating waste and delivering a quality product on time. Includes Mechanic I duties as well as bonding assemblies and composite work.
MECHANIC III:

Perform Interior fabrication and/or repairs within budgeted time and to HAECO, FAA, and customers' standards of quality. Organizes work plan in an efficient and resourceful manner. The Interior Fabrication Mechanic is responsible to work in a safe manner eliminating waste and delivering a quality product on time. Includes Mechanic II duties as well Finish Assemblies.
MECHANIC IV:

Perform Interior fabrication and/or repairs within budgeted time and to HAECO, FAA, and customers' standards of quality. Organizes work plan in an efficient and resourceful manner. The Interior Fabrication Mechanic is responsible to work in a safe manner eliminating waste and delivering a quality product on time. Includes Mechanic III duties as well as being capable of planning work for other employees within any area of the Interior Fabrication shop including resource allocation, work flow, and related issues.

 

JOB DUTIES:
LEVEL ESSENTIALS:
APPRENTICE LEVEL:

1. Manufacture interior parts and components utilizing engineering drawings and specifications.
2. Perform work as assigned utilizing printed OPS and travelers within established budgeted hours and within FAA and HAECO standards of quality.
3. Maintain HAECO and customer production documents accurately.
4. Promote a culture of safety by monitoring self and others to assure all duties are performed within the guidelines as specified by the HAECO Team Member Safety Manual.
5. Learn basic functions of panel preparation, reading and interpreting of blue prints, engineering process and material specifications. Learn proper paperwork and documentation procedures.
6. Keep own and adjacent work areas clean.
MECHANIC I:
1. Perform lower level Mechanic duties in addition to following duties
2. Proficient in panel preparation function
3. Accurately read and interpret blue prints, engineering process and material specifications. 
4. Properly complete paperwork as applicable.
MECHANIC II:
1. Perform lower level Mechanic duties in addition to following duties
2. Read and use blue prints, engineering process and material specifications, OEM process and material specifications and service bulletins to perform assigned work. 
3. Will be trained and expected to perform Composite lay-up and bonding assemblies per engineering drawing and specification requirements.
4. Responsible for the proper execution of travelers, printed OPS, and MRB process to manufacture and repair any component of the interior product being fabricated.
5. Assist in the training of lower grade mechanics as well as assisting them in the performance of their job assignments.
MECHANIC III:
1. Perform lower level Mechanic duties in addition to following duties
2. Will be trained and expected to perform Finish Assemblies per engineering drawing and specification requirements.
3. Responsible for the proper execution of travelers, printed OPS, and MRB process to manufacture and repair any component of the interior product being fabricated.
4. Assist in the training of lower grade mechanics as well as assisting them in the performance of their job assignments.
MECHANIC IV:
1. Perform lower level Mechanic duties in addition to following duties
2. Will be trained and expected to plan work per engineering drawing and specification requirements within Interior Fabrication. Planning functions include planning work for other employees within any area of the Interior Fabrication shop including resource allocation, work flow, and related issues.
3. Responsible for the proper execution of travelers, printed OPS, and MRB process to manufacture and repair any component of the interior product being fabricated.
4. Assist in the training of lower grade mechanics as well as assisting them in the performance of their job assignments.

Qualifications:

MINIMUM:
1. High School Diploma or equivalent.
2. Must have own tools as required by company tool list.
3. Read, write and understand the English language.
4. Must be able to learn to read and interpret blueprints, schematics, repair manuals, etc.
5. Proficient in use of hand tools such as drill motors, screw gun, die grinder and routers.

ADDITIONAL JOB QUALIFICATIONS - BY MECHANIC LEVEL
Mechanic I - Minimum of 1 year shop experience in similar environment
Mechanic II - Minimum of 2 years shop experience in similar environment
Mechanic III - 1 - 2 years Composite experience in similar shop environment
Mechanic IV - Significant planning experience in similar shop environment

Overview:

APPRENTICE LEVEL:
The Mfg Apprentice (IF) is an entry level position that to be utilized as a training role for inexperienced employees hired to learn the Interior Fabrication craft. The goal of the Mfg Apprentice will be to learn to basic Interior Fabrication functions within budgeted time and at "HAECO Americas" standards of quality.
MECHANIC I: 
Perform Interior fabrication and/or repairs within budgeted time and to HAECO, FAA, and customers' standards of quality. Organizes work plan in an efficient and resourceful manner. The Interior Fabrication Mechanic is responsible to work in a safe manner eliminating waste and delivering a quality product on time. Duties include Panel Prep as well as working towards learning higher level skills.
MECHANIC II:

Perform Interior fabrication and/or repairs within budgeted time and to HAECO, FAA, and customers' standards of quality. Organizes work plan in an efficient and resourceful manner. The Interior Fabrication Mechanic is responsible to work in a safe manner eliminating waste and delivering a quality product on time. Includes Mechanic I duties as well as bonding assemblies and composite work.
MECHANIC III:

Perform Interior fabrication and/or repairs within budgeted time and to HAECO, FAA, and customers' standards of quality. Organizes work plan in an efficient and resourceful manner. The Interior Fabrication Mechanic is responsible to work in a safe manner eliminating waste and delivering a quality product on time. Includes Mechanic II duties as well Finish Assemblies.
MECHANIC IV:

Perform Interior fabrication and/or repairs within budgeted time and to HAECO, FAA, and customers' standards of quality. Organizes work plan in an efficient and resourceful manner. The Interior Fabrication Mechanic is responsible to work in a safe manner eliminating waste and delivering a quality product on time. Includes Mechanic III duties as well as being capable of planning work for other employees within any area of the Interior Fabrication shop including resource allocation, work flow, and related issues.

 

JOB DUTIES:
LEVEL ESSENTIALS:
APPRENTICE LEVEL:

1. Manufacture interior parts and components utilizing engineering drawings and specifications.
2. Perform work as assigned utilizing printed OPS and travelers within established budgeted hours and within FAA and HAECO standards of quality.
3. Maintain HAECO and customer production documents accurately.
4. Promote a culture of safety by monitoring self and others to assure all duties are performed within the guidelines as specified by the HAECO Team Member Safety Manual.
5. Learn basic functions of panel preparation, reading and interpreting of blue prints, engineering process and material specifications. Learn proper paperwork and documentation procedures.
6. Keep own and adjacent work areas clean.
MECHANIC I:
1. Perform lower level Mechanic duties in addition to following duties
2. Proficient in panel preparation function
3. Accurately read and interpret blue prints, engineering process and material specifications. 
4. Properly complete paperwork as applicable.
MECHANIC II:
1. Perform lower level Mechanic duties in addition to following duties
2. Read and use blue prints, engineering process and material specifications, OEM process and material specifications and service bulletins to perform assigned work. 
3. Will be trained and expected to perform Composite lay-up and bonding assemblies per engineering drawing and specification requirements.
4. Responsible for the proper execution of travelers, printed OPS, and MRB process to manufacture and repair any component of the interior product being fabricated.
5. Assist in the training of lower grade mechanics as well as assisting them in the performance of their job assignments.
MECHANIC III:
1. Perform lower level Mechanic duties in addition to following duties
2. Will be trained and expected to perform Finish Assemblies per engineering drawing and specification requirements.
3. Responsible for the proper execution of travelers, printed OPS, and MRB process to manufacture and repair any component of the interior product being fabricated.
4. Assist in the training of lower grade mechanics as well as assisting them in the performance of their job assignments.
MECHANIC IV:
1. Perform lower level Mechanic duties in addition to following duties
2. Will be trained and expected to plan work per engineering drawing and specification requirements within Interior Fabrication. Planning functions include planning work for other employees within any area of the Interior Fabrication shop including resource allocation, work flow, and related issues.
3. Responsible for the proper execution of travelers, printed OPS, and MRB process to manufacture and repair any component of the interior product being fabricated.
4. Assist in the training of lower grade mechanics as well as assisting them in the performance of their job assignments.

Qualifications:

MINIMUM:
1. High School Diploma or equivalent.
2. Must have own tools as required by company tool list.
3. Read, write and understand the English language.
4. Must be able to learn to read and interpret blueprints, schematics, repair manuals, etc.
5. Proficient in use of hand tools such as drill motors, screw gun, die grinder and routers.

ADDITIONAL JOB QUALIFICATIONS - BY MECHANIC LEVEL
Mechanic I - Minimum of 1 year shop experience in similar environment
Mechanic II - Minimum of 2 years shop experience in similar environment
Mechanic III - 1 - 2 years Composite experience in similar shop environment
Mechanic IV - Significant planning experience in similar shop environment

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