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50% - Oversee and troubleshoot critical weldments ensuring best practices for weld fit-up, cleanliness requirements and weld parameters are followed.
15% - Develop weld parameters and document best practices to support production.
15% - Perform statistical process analysis of welding processes.
10% - Define weld machine/specification requirements.
5% - Perform root cause analysis and disposition discrepant hardware.
5% - Accurately report problems, solutions, and results, in concise written and oral communications. Communicate effectively between team members and customer counterparts.
Experience working with Torch Weld Jigs (TWJ), setting weldments up for exact shrinkages to fit TWJ post weld.
Experience dispositioning hardware and performing root cause analysis.
Process capability and statistical analysis experience.
Previous experience developing weld parameters for manual and In-Place-Tube or Automatic G.T.A. welding or E.B. welding.
Familiarity working with electronic planning, drawings, and pertinent documents such as weld parameters.
Demonstrated teaming skills.
Strong analytical and communication skills (written and oral) are required, along with the ability to lead teams and work in a collaborative team environment.
Experience using appropriate PPE.
Experience with the following are a plus:
Working with D17.1 or Journeyman Weld certifications.
Writing weld machine specifications.
Using electronic planning and drawings.
Moving large structures or hardware.
Education: Requires a Bachelor's degree in Weld Engineering, Mechanical Engineer, Industrial Technology and 5 years of experience in aerospace working with nickel, stainless, ferrous and aluminum alloys, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.