Essential job functions:
Perform precision assembly on complex production and repair actuators.
Adjust or align through shimming and other means of mechanical adjustments specified by blueprint or other specification limits.
Utilize a variety of mechanical measuring equipment such as: Dial indicators, calipers and indicating micrometers to obtain proper assembly-build requirements.
Maintain dimensional accuracy on assemblies utilizing torque wrenches, fixtures, tooling, gages and other measuring devices. Required to work from assembly instructions, both written and oral.
Perform various test operations on production or repair mechanical or hydraulic actuators using necessary hydraulic, mechanical and electronic test equipment, fixtures and tools.
Diagnose common test failures and recommends or performs rework to' correct discrepancies.
Hold problem units for engineering disposition.
Ensure that units are set up and tested in conformance with current revision letters and brings to the Supervisor’s attention any condition that is abnormal.
Responsible for testing repair models for conformance to acceptance test procedures.
Utilize mechanical or electronic measuring equipment, and perform tests to validate the acceptance of the model to current test requirements.
Order parts as necessary utilizing the RUR and WDS systems. Responsible for proper documentation of parts replaced and work performed on data sheets
Performs various precision assembly and test operations on hydraulic, pneumatic, and electromechanical valves, actuators and systems.
Assembly activity utilizes a variety of mechanical measuring equipment such as dial indicators, calipers and precision micrometers to obtain proper build requirements.
Works from assembly drawings, worksheets, parts lists, test specifications, and other instructions, both written and oral. Diagnoses test failures and perform necessary rework in order that the unit will pass test requirements.
Cleans components to required cleanliness levels.
May be required to work on repair units normally run with production units.
Positively contribute to the teamwork environment in terms of productivity, initiative, cooperation, data collection and attitude.
On occasion, the Assembler/Technician may be required to travel to customer facilities and service Moog hardware.
Basic (Minimum) Qualifications:
High School Diploma or GED
Minimum 1 year of Assembly experience (mechanical, hydraulic, electromechanical or electronic)
Preferred Qualifications Include:
Assembly experience in the Aerospace industry
Significant hydraulic experience is a big plus
Experience performing precision assembly and test of hydraulic, mechanical and electromechanical flight actuators
Experience with precision measuring equipment such as dial indicators, calipers and micrometers
Experience with diagnosing/troubleshooting mechanical components and test failures.
Strong mechanical aptitude
Ability to learn quickly, work well under pressure, and lead others to do the same
Ability to read blueprints
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Basic computer program skills (Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook)
Minimum Years of Experience: 1