Crane Aerospace & Electronics Assembler Production II - 1st Shift in Lynnwood, Washington
Assembler Production II - 1st Shift
Location WA, Lynnwood
Employment Type Full Time
Do you enjoy working in a fast paced production environment that takes pride in delivering high quality products on time, every time? Crane Aerospace and Electronics is looking for you to help make a difference!
Crane Aerospace & Electronics supplies critical systems and components to the aerospace and defense markets. You’ll find Crane Aerospace & Electronics in some of the toughest environments: from engines to landing gear; from satellites to medical implants and from missiles to unmanned aerial systems (UAS).
Crane Aerospace & Electronics offers a full line of products for sensing bothand pressure of mechanical, flight control and air data systems. All incorporate flight proven, highly reliable technology and are in use on many commercial and military aircraft.
We are committed to operational excellence and world class processes. We employ Lean manufacturing techniques to optimize manufacturing efficiency and accuracy on all product lines. Our products are known for their technical strength, proven reliability and overall value.
We have a unique and exciting career opportunity for Assembler Production II on first shift.
Individuals in this classification must apply considerable knowledge and skill of all common or standard aspects of the assembly and associated processing field applicable to area of assignment. Work situations will typically be varied but of a nature that techniques, methods and procedures standard to most existing products can be applied. Perform proficiently and independently in one or more of the types of operations described in “Responsibilities” and to be sufficiently versatile to work most of the sub-assemblies and/or moderately complex final assemblies in regular production in the area to which assigned. May also work new units of comparable complexity with assistance from employee of higher classification on interpretations or problems. May work under close initial direction to learn more complex operations. Assignments may be in any Division or product area. Work is normally performed under intermittent supervision and in accordance with established or well-known procedures, standards and specifications but requires some judgment and interpretations in application. Most work checked by others in process or at end of assignment. Failure to perform thoroughly and accurately could cause disruption beyond immediate area of operations; cause minor delays in schedules; result in some material costs, time loss and equipment damage.
Coil winding. Hand wind or setup, adjust and operate special purpose wire winding machines to make single or multiple layer, or toroid type coils, using a variety of wire gauges. Adjust machine speeds and wire tensions as appropriate during operation. Assure accurate number of turns. Perform basic continuity, inductance, frequency, capacitance and temperature co-efficient checks of units per specific procedures. Individuals will normally work most items in regular production as well as new or special order units under direction.
Fabrication. Assemble and install mechanical components and hardware in the buildup of any sheet metal, fiberglass, plastic sub-units and final sub-assemblies of relatively standard configuration. Individuals will work most items in regular production and new items under direction. Setup, adjust and operate helicoil gun, alligator squeeze, hand presses, drill presses, select proper dies and fixtures; adjust machine pressure and stroke.
Silk screening. Make metal mesh and silk screens per established procedures and artwork. Mix inks and perform screening to apply identifications, nomenclature, and other information to all types of production parts, including new items.
Experience : 6 months experience in assembly, in specialized area of Assembler - Production I job or equivalent; Crimping background. Requires knowledge and skill in the field of assignment sufficient to perform thoroughly and accurately the full scope of responsibility as illustrated by the above description.
Knowledge : Knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods;
Skills / Abilities :
Ability to read and understand production or engineering prints, production planning information and assembly aids, such as illustrations and wiring diagrams.
Ability to identify electronic, electrical and mechanical components utilized in area of assignment.
Ability to understand oral and written instructions pertaining to work related matter, and to maintain routine records.
Manipulative skills, including finger dexterity and adept hand-eye coordination.
Accurate color vision and depth perception; and other vision capability required by area of assignment.
Near vision (see details at a close range)
Ability to work satisfactorily on a sustained basis within any physical and environmental requirements applicable to area of assignment, e.g., highly repetitive work, hot tools or materials, epoxy or other chemical agents, fumes, noise, oily or similar conditions.
Satisfactory completion of job-related company training courses applicable to skill area.
Education / Certification : Fine soldering certification or equivalent experience
Eligibility Requirement : Must be a US Person (under ITAR rules) to be eligible.
Working conditions are normal for a manufacturing environment. Machinery operation requires the use of safety equipment to include but not limited to safety glasses, heel straps, and shop coats
Sitting for an entire shift
Repetitive motion for an entire shift
Exposure to toxic or caustic chemicals
Adjustments in schedule may be required to accommodate part shipments, including possible weekend shifts
Crane Aerospace & Electronics offers competitive salaries and outstanding opportunities for career growth and development. Visit our website at CraneAE.com for more information on our company, benefits and great opportunities.
In our efforts to maintain a safe and drug-free workplace, Crane Aerospace & Electronics requires that candidates complete a satisfactory background check prior to employment. FAA sensitive positions require employees to participate in a random drug test pool.
This description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work being performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
Crane Co. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, military status, or national origin or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or applicable local law.