Assembly Mechanic Level 3
Job title/s – Assembly Mechanic Level 3
Client – Honeywell
Industry – Engineering
Day Rate – £15.49 p/h (this will increase to £15.79 p/h after 12 successful weeks have been completed for AWR) PAYE
A drug screening and DBS Check is required on all successful candidates prior to starting assignment
This position will be required to repair, overhaul & modify a variety of Mechanical, Pneumatic, Heat Transfer, Electronic, Air Turbines and Electro-mechanical aircraft components in accordance with the Code of Federal Regulations, European Aviation Safety Agency Regulations & Repair Station Processes. This includes all aspects of the repair process including: Diagnostic fault finding, strip, initial inspection, parts call up, build & Testing of the final units These must be compliant with Component Maintenance Manuals, Engineering drawing requirements and customer requirements for ‘on time delivery’ and ‘contracted turn time’.
Interpret Component Maintenance Manuals Service Bulletins & other Technical data approved by the regulator required to perform the Repair & Overhaul duties.
Perform a preliminary inspection of the unit to include a diagnostic test, disassembly, cleaning & component inspection.
Determine the material required to Overhaul/Repair
Repair/Overhaul & assemble the unit in accordance with approved technical data.
Perform final test of the unit in accordance with approved data to determine eligibility for return to service
Prioritise & process units in order to meet customer due dates.
Process units in accordance with the Quality Management System. & Repair Station Manual & MOE.
A flexible approach to work is required
Lathe and Milling experience – Experience in tool making is desirable.
Welding skills in Tig Welding to fine limits, experience in aerospace desirable.
Experience in heat exchangers for fabrication work would be desirable.
The ability to be able to function as part of a team within a lean manufacturing environment.
Previous experience of precision assembly work is desirable.
A recognised Engineering Apprenticeship is desirable but not essential