Flight Hardware Technicians

Long Beach, CA | Contract

Post Date: 03/30/2017 Job ID: HQ2634 Industry: Technical Pay Rate: Market
Stage, set up, assemble, test and install flight hardware. Areas of work will include structural, mechanical, mechanisms, fluids, avionics, and separation systems. Familiarity with these systems is valuable. As part of final integration and/or launch operations, you will have to check your own work and be certain that it was done perfectly.

Support vehicle checkouts, including leak checks of fluids lines, and power-on full vehicle system checks.

Support payload handling and integration operations, including handling of satellites and fairing/separation system installs.

Support vehicle transports, including loading, shipping, transportation, and post shipment checkouts.

Support launch operations, including launch day operations.

Able to travel for short and extended trips if needed [limited only to incidental trips to Mojave facility].

Must be available for all shifts, overtime and weekends if needed.

Use of mechanical tools and precision calibrated tools- torque wrenches, micrometers.

Hands on operations with both large as well as small fragile assemblies.

Reading and interpreting blue prints and work instructions.

Perform work according to procedures, specifications and test/work instructions.

Collaborate with production/build engineers to develop documentation of work activities.

Ensure all production services are performed on time, safely and in a professional manner.

Present solutions to management/leadership.

Must be a self-starter and previously worked across multiple teams within in a diverse project.

Excellent communication skills are desired.

Assist with transitioning product from engineering development and initial production to full rate production.
Two Roads is an Equal Opportunity Employer: EEO/AA/M/F/Veteran/Disability
Basic Qualifications
High school diploma or GED required.
Minimum of 2 years experience in an aerospace/aviation field (airframe, launch vehicle, military equivalent).
Minimum 2 years in a manufacturing production environment.
History of monitoring, tracking and continually improving production and processes.

Preferred Skills and Experience
Certifications or similar within aerospace, aviation or automotive.
Graduated from a technical college or other recognized apprenticeship (A&P license).
Safety training and/or safety certifications preferred.
Experience with applying Lean manufacturing principles.
Able to adapt to constant change within work assignments and a fast paced work environment.
Excellent concentration and attention to detail with outstanding work efficiency and accuracy.

Kristan Anderson

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