Required to work from assembly drawings, manufacturing outlines, worksheets, parts lists and other
instructions, both written and oral.
Perform in-process motor/actuator screening using knowledge of basic electricity and electronics and applicable
test equipment, such as: Torque transducers, electronic brakes, power supplies, multi-meters, x-y recorders,
oscilloscopes and function generators. Follows proper ESD requirements as required.
Establish setups for performance tests for assemblies and subassemblies and systems. This includes necessary
fixtures, tooling and equipment. Some setups may require the use of temperature chambers capable of providing
hot and cold environments based on individual job requirements.
Must be familiar with computers and software such as: Lotus 1-2-3 or Excel. Spreadsheet formulation and data
tabulation are major components of this position.
Utilizes a variety of mechanical measuring equipment such as: Dial indicators, height gauges, dial calipers and
indicating micrometers as required.
Utilizes a variety of tools and equipment such as: Torque wrenches, arbor presses, vises, microscopes and hand
Works with Project/Product/Quality Engineering to diagnose common test failures and recommends or
performs rework to correct discrepancies while maintaining the integrity of the unit.
This position could be required to do both assembly and test.
Review build schedule with Assembly Supervisor and/or Assembly Department Lead. Consistently meets
established time standards on work assignments. Maintain production schedules or priorities established by
In accordance with strict Federal Aviation Agency (F.A.A.) regulations regarding Safety Sensitive Work (S.S.W.), employee enrollment & participation in the company's "F.A.A. Drug & Alcohol Program" is a requirement for this position
Moog, Inc - 16 months ago