Posted on Jan 15, 2019 by Boeing
As an Assembler Installer you will work within a final assembly environment by drawing on knowledge acquired from training and certification classes to complete your daily assigned work. By interpreting drawings and reading/comprehending work instructions you will be responsible for identifying your work (task) location on the airplane/part/tooling and identifying all required hand tools, parts and equipment to accomplish defect-free work.
For an Assembler, daily assigned work could include: Within the Final Assembly environment:
Use a computer in a production environment.
Look up/read/comprehend technical work instructions, drawings and/or specifications.
Install various parts and assemblies such as landing gear, aircraft control surfaces, exterior panels, carpets, blankets, roller trays/ball mats, stowbins, sidewalls, ceiling panels, lavatories, galleys, doors, and seats.
Install various aircraft system components such as tubing, valves, regulators, actuators, compressors, and ducts.
Depending on your work environment and assigned work the following tools and materials might be used:
1. Appropriate protective clothing/equipment determined by the task you are performing.
2. Operate mechanical lifts of various types (e.g. ladders, tiger and snorkel lifts).
3. Various tools such as Rivet gun and bucking bar, screwdrivers, lock bolt puller, power screwdriver, C-squeeze, ratchet wrench, nut runner, Winslow, 90-Degree Power Vane, or Quackenbush and various other hand tools.
4. Chemical solvents, sealants, coatings, primers, adhesives, paints and special finishes once your work is completed per drawing requirement you ll inspect your work quality and check for FOD (Foreign Object Debris).
The daily Physical Demands experienced are dependent upon your work environment, but most Assembler Installers can experience:
1. Carrying/Lifting up to 10-35 pounds.
2. Flexion/Extension (head bent down, head bent back), Handling, Kneeling, Bending at the waist, Reaching (overhead), Rotation of head/neck, Standing, Twisting at the waist and walking.
3. Use of high impact vibratory tools (bucking/riveting).
4. Climbing/balancing (stairs, ladders, poles, scaffolding, inclined surfaces), Crawling, Crouching (squatting).
5. Working around energized sources (electrical equipment and hazards/shock, e.g. circuit breakers and wiring) and exposure to constant noise.
6. Finger manipulation (keyboarding, other).
7. Reading from a computer screen, printed drawings or documents.
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- Experience or training in reading and interpreting drawings or blueprints
- Experience using a computer such as internet navigation, email, Microsoft Office and/or other specialized computer applications
Resumes of current Puget Sound Boeing employees submitted via Careers at Boeing will not be considered
This is an hourly position governed by the IAM Collective Bargaining agreement. High school graduate or GED preferred
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Associated topics: assemble, assembler, assembly, installation, reassemble, re assemble