This is a very exciting opportunity to work with one of the world's largest aerospace companies!
The contracts are regularly extended and direct opportunities are often available.
Performs machine set-up, machining, welding set-up, welding, sheet metal fabrication and extrusion, tube bending and fabrication tasks. Performs composite lay-up, fabrication and assembly tasks. Assembles precision mechanical and electro-mechanical components. Assembles, repairs, modifies and installs various power plants and drive trains. Perform soldering on electronic and avionics products. Assembles and installs wire harnesses and avionics products. Prepares test articles, fixtures and data collection devices to perform various tests. Performs basic organic chemical conversion and paint preparation. Applies routine organic coatings for corrosion protection and appearance requirements. Works on articles of moderate complexity using established drawings and requirements.
Perform FOD (foreign object debris) monitoring tasks in support of the SLS
Perform walk downs of the FOD area at the beginning of each shift
Monitor tool controls and provide coaching on tool and part procedures
Monitor personnel entering or exiting FOD critical areas
Log in/out shop consumables, small parts and tools, verify proper tethering and stowage procedures are followed and perform FOD checks at the end of each shift
Perform 5S/area organization tasks as assigned
Escort suppliers and visitors throughout the factory as needed
This position requires the ability to obtain badging for NASA facility access.
This is a sensitive/safety-sensitive position and is subject to NASA (DOT) random drug and alcohol testing.
This position requires everyone to wear steel toed shoes.
This position requires the individual to perform work in an operational complex while maintaining a safe manufacturing environment.
Individuals are required to train, understand, and observe extensive safety and process controls to help protect persons and equipment.
This position may support a 24/7 maintenance operation.
This position requires the ability to perform manual labor inside or outside throughout the year in a variety of extreme weather conditions.
The employee must meet medical requirement for work in geographic areas.
The employee must be able to ascend and descend vertical work ladders, work in confined spaces, and lift loads of
approximately 35 pounds.
Applicant may operate a forklift and mobile crane.
The work shift and baseline work schedule may frequently change to support mission requirements and may include weekends and holidays.
Mission requirements and/or workload may require both scheduled and unscheduled overtime.
Applicant must be available immediately
|Education / Experience: ||Education/experience typically acquired through basic education (e.g. high school diploma/GED). |
The Structures Company is a national staffing firm specializing in contract, contract to hire and direct hire placement opportunities. Our clients rely on us to support their engineering, IT, Production, Maintenance & Repair and support staff. Our niche recruiting team is one of our biggest strengths and is the main reason we are a top provider of talented professionals to the majority of our clients. They will help you identify the opportunity that best fits your interests, while also providing industry leading customer service.
We support the majority of Aerospace OEM's and Tier 1 Suppliers across the United States.
We have a national medical, dental and vision plan with United Healthcare and we also have a 401K offering. In some states and on some openings there is bonus potential, sick pay and holiday pay for those who qualify.
The Structures Company LLC is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer (or AA/ EOE)