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Manufacturing Engineer, Process Engineer, Aerospace Structures

Date Posted:

October 17, 2001

Job Category:

Engineering Production

Company Division:

Aerospace Manufacturing


, Mississippi, USA

Job Description:

About The Company: This company is a supplier of aerospace and defense products to the U.S. Government and its allies and major prime contractors. This company holds market leadership positions in munitions, smart weapons and precision capabilities, propulsion, and composite structures. Approximately 6500 Employees. The Aerospace Division is in the development and production of large solid propulsion rocket motors for space and strategic applications and a provider of space launch services. A major supplier of composite structures for space launch vehicles, military and commercial aircraft, government and commercial satellites, and spacecraft. Fiscal year 2000 sales: $436 million. Great Benefits + Relocation Negotiable Salary Range: $65-$75K+ U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident Required DESCRIPTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES Provided engineering support for Delta IV and Atlas post cure operations. Maintenance of shop floor procedure documentation and operating instructions. Coordinate with tooling fabrication to meet design criteria specified by customer. Perform liaison duties in coordination with customer design engineers, materials group, tooling and shop floor to ensure parts are built to print. Create entire Inspection Procedure system for Atlas Boattail. Appointed as sole post cure engineering representative on Configuration Control Board to approve proposed design changes for all parts in plant, ensuring feasibility of design, cost and schedule impacts, and plant capability to perform work. Utilize troubleshooting skills to aid shop floor technicians with manufacturing difficulties. Blueprint reading, GD&T, Unigraphics, Interacted with assembly shops for extensive repairs at detail and assembly level. Write authorized repairs for defects involving industrial coatings, chemical treatments, penetrant and ultrasonic inspection rejections, surface conditions, heat treatments. EXPERIENCE & SKILLS REQUIRED Minimum 5 yrs experience in the manufacturing and assembly of graphite composite structures. BSME or related engineering field and/or equivalent experience in related field Must have working knowledge of graphite/epoxy component layup, cure, machining, and assembly. Familiarity with machining, pattern cutting, autoclave operation, and large gas ovens Experience with tool development/manufacturing procedures/work instructions for sandwich composite structures Experience with laser projection systems Experience in the manufacture of aircraft components a plus, but not required. Demonstrated experience in the use of statistical process control (SPC) Requires excellent computer skills Requires good verbal and written communication skills Ability to handle changing priorities in a fast paced environment Position is in Iuka, Mississippi � tri-state area (Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi) � relocation is negotiable. Responsibilities: Process Engineering responsibilities. Provide technical support for new product process development and proposal input Responsible for process readiness prior to operations start Technical interface with customers on design and manufacturing issues Provide technical input to all customer required reviews Responsible for meeting manufacturing build schedules Responsible for the development of manufacturing processes Responsible for the development of tooling and equipment

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