The primary purpose of this position is to perform assembly / disassembly operations on Industrial Gas Turbine Engines. Some grit blast, prepare for coating, blend, cold and hot work metal as required
What are my responsibilities?
- Performs routine and repetitive assembly / disassembly operations and processes.
- Prepare parts for coating, heat treat, weld, and shipment
- Hand blend weld & braze repairs to contour to meet process requirements
- Belt sand/blend production components.
- Requires use of a few simple hand and machine tools
- Test and calibrate parts
- Some grit blast required
- Able to load parts as required in vacuum furnace
- Operate material handling equipment, including crane.
- Accurately read and follow work instructions
- Accurately read and interpret blueprints
- Able to use measuring tools accurately
- Ability to handle multiple task
- Comply with safety rules and follow hazardous waste disposal procedures
- Participate in cost and scrap reduction process improvement efforts
- Perform in-process inspection of parts.
What do I need to qualify for the job?
- 3+ years of experience preferably in a manufacturing environment with assembly and part preparation processes
- Applicants must be able to demonstrate their skills and experience in a similar role.
- Previous experience in the Oil & Gas sector or aerospace is desirable but not essential.
- A history of “hands-on” approach to problem solving and counter measure implementation within own areas of responsibility.
- Demonstrated understanding of tooling and fixtures for manufacturing and its impact to quality.
- Requires the ability to read, write, and complete simple forms, and to understand written instructions
- Requires the ability to perform math skills such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division; also requires the simple use of formulas, charts, tables, drawings, specifications, schedules, or diagrams
Organization: Gas and Power
Company: Siemens Technologies S.A.E.
Experience Level: Experienced Professional
Job Type: Full-time