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Contractor - Assembler Calibrator

Requisition ID:  95972
Business Unit:  Airframe Systems Fareham (1200)
Location: 

Fareham, HAM, United Kingdom, PO15 5TT

 

Meggitt is a global engineering group specializing in extreme environment products and smart sub-systems for aerospace, defense and energy markets. We employ over 12,000 people across manufacturing facilities in Asia, Europe, North America, with regional bases in India and the Middle East.

Role Summary

The work is intricate mechanical assembly work, that requires a level of calibration and fitting.  

The person ideally will be competent in reading drawings and working to build procedures and ideally possess skills around basic engineering competencies, basic soldering, fine assembly, calibration and test procedures.

Diagnose, repair and overhaul mechanical instrumentation to component level using mechanical assembly first principles.

Familiar with the use of a wide range of mechanical tools, test and measurement equipment

Able to follow written repair, overhaul and general test procedures to determine the serviceability of any electro-mechanical product at Final Assembly and Sub-Assembly levels with the minimum of supervision & training.

Core Responsibilities

Performs a range of routine mechanical and/or electromechanical assembly of small parts or components in accordance with company instructions and procedures.

To calibrate and conduct test routines at sub-assembly and GA levels.

To carry out fault finding activities on electro/mechanical sub-assembly and GA.

To carry out rework and modifications in accordance with relevant standards.

To compile test reports, input data with regards to work into electronic database and compile other relevant documentation.

To maintain input to business information systems as appropriate.

Carry out “housekeeping” of own working area.

Demonstrates all safety policies and procedures, identifies any unsafe conditions that may arise.

Key Skills and Attributes

High Level of Manual Dexterity 

NVQ Level 2 or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering or related field, or extensive proven experience in a similar assembly role

Able to read and interpret technical data including assembly diagrams, assembly drawings, basic wiring and circuit diagrams and technical publications.   Ability to carry out survey and test then record findings on the FRACAS system history documentation.

Good written communication and verbal communication skills / Good interpersonal skills

Strong prioritization skills / Well-organized, detail-oriented, and ability to multi-task 

Ability to ensure a high level of service and quality is maintained

Ability to work independently and prioritize duties with minimal supervision, in order to meet deadlines

Basic Understanding of Microsoft Windows and Outlook.

               

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