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Assembler (2nd Shift)
- Follow print specifications and build sheets to perform a variety of assembly, subassembly, and disassembly operations to build aircraft engine booster, transfer and gear fuel pumps.
- Perform a variety of operations on pump components, subassemblies and support equipment.
- Perform visual and dimensional inspections and maintain accurate documentation on a variety of parts in accordance with ANSI Y14-5 and the certified operator program.
- Perform assembly soldering to SOP 52-08-0000-00-003 and associated specified requirements.
- Assistance may be given to other operators on proper operational procedures.
- Perform 5S and other job related duties as assigned by supervisor.
- Build subassemblies for a variety of aircraft engine booster, transfer, and gear fuel pumps.
- Includes operations such as setting up jobs by taping wires, unpacking boxes, etc.; assembling stators into fuel pump housings; heating housings in oven to specified temperatures; inserting bearings, studs, keys, helicoils, valves, hinge plates, etc.; freezing parts together using liquid nitrogen; assembling electrical wires and aircraft and transfer receptacles, gluing as necessary; preparing potting mixture to insulate wires from moisture by combining several compounds.
- Assemble fuel pumps using components such as bearings, connectors, covers, housing, impellers, rotors, screens, shafts, stators, valves, etc.
- Obtain Soldering certification prior to performing soldering operations.
- Size bearings to close tolerances in assembly of gear pumps.
- Shim fuel pump covers, impellers, etc. using special gauges and micrometers.
- Disassemble fuel pumps and component parts to rebuild to customer specifications and/or to identify and repair malfunctions. May require finished product to be completed, disassembled and rebuild.
- Perform Test operations as needed.
- Maintain all required logs, documents, and records as required by the certified operator
- Constantly visual all assembled units to detect any irregularities.
- Ball burnish and lap face of bearings when necessary as a secondary duty to maintain parts flow.
- Chart and plot data per SPC requirement.
- Move material within the cell.
- Perform minor equipment maintenance.
- Perform more than one operation at a time as directed by the supervisor.
- Burr work internal to the cycle as needed.
- Conduct tests on aircraft fuel pump subassemblies to determine percentages, degrees, and angles of imbalance to blueprint requirements.
- Perform such activities as checking incoming parts against bills of material; stripping wires, measuring and numbering wires and placing them in staging containers; degreasing parts; attaching wires in proper sequence.
- Solder wires to switches, motors, stators, and other connections for aircraft fuel pump components.
- Prepare and attach parts using a variety of hand tools including wire cutters, screwdrivers, strippers, wrenches, and soldering equipment.
- Visually inspect all connections for defects. Repair defective solder joints following specified instructions.
- High School Diploma or equivalent from an accredited institution
- Minimum six (6) months experience in comprehensive, customized mechanical or electrical assemblies, or electromechanical soldering.
- This position requires use of information or access to hardware which is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All applicants must be U.S. persons within the meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. person as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or Refugee.
- No relocation benefit is being offered for this position. Only candidates that currently reside within the immediate geographical area of Euclid, OH will be considered
- Become a certified operator within 40 days of becoming active on the code.
- Pass Eaton vision and lifting tests, if applicable.
- Complete an Eaton approved training program within 120 days of becoming active on the code.
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Job: Manufacturing & Operations
Region: North America – US/Puerto Rico
Organization: AER FMC Fuel Motion Control Systems
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Is remote work (i.e. working from home or another Eaton facility) allowed for this position?: No
Does this position offer relocation?: No