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LEAD VALVES FACTORY TECHNICIAN - ASSEMBLY

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1 Rocket Rd
Hawthorne, CA 90250

Overview :

In an era when most technology based products follow a path of ever-increasing capability and reliability while simultaneously reducing costs, launch vehicles today are little changed from those of 40 years ago. SpaceX aims to change this paradigm by developing a family of launch vehicles which will ultimately reduce the cost and increase the reliability of space access by a factor of ten. …

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LEAD VALVES FACTORY TECHNICIAN - ASSEMBLY

Hawthorne, CA, US

 

SpaceX - Full-Time | Job date : 07-06-2018

Description

The lead valves technician is responsible for leading a crew of technicians in the assembly and testing of mission critical spacecraft and launch vehicle components. This is a dynamic position that requires the flexibility to work on different systems, the ability to troubleshoot anomalies, and the ability to work autonomously to defined schedules while keeping safety and quality at the forefront of everything that is done.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Use product and process expertise to train new technicians on team processes, understanding the resources required to meet deliveries and work with engineering teams to improve the products and process on the assemblies they are responsible for. Aid in development of production processes, tooling and training to improve product yield and labor efficiency.

Identify and execute actions to ensure the valves factory is producing at desired rate on each component assigned to the team while ensuring work is performed according to approved procedures, specifications and test instructions. Set the daily operating rhythm in the assembly area to ensure sub-level and final delivery commitments are made on time.

Ensure seamless shift handovers and prompt shift starts through clear pass down communication and direct interaction working with opposite shift counterparts, lining work up ahead of time for the crew each day.

Minimize production interruptions through coordinating with engineering and other support organizations.

Minimize and eliminate quality defects through training, tracking, and executing corrective actions on all escapes and workmanship errors.

Maintain tools and product specific process kits in the assembly area, ensuring calibration is up to date and tools are available in serviceable condition. Monitor consumable usage and ensure consumables are adequately stocked at all times.  

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

 

High school diploma or GED.

4 years of experience working in a detailed mechanical assembly and/or test environment.

PREFERRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

 

Experience with pressure testing and all safety precautions on low/med/and high-pressure systems.

Knowledge of pressure, temperature and flow measurement devices; mechanical and electrical systems; and propulsion engines.

Aircraft mechanic airframe & power plant (A&P) license.

Knowledge of aerospace flight hardware policies.

Strong mathematical, computer, problem solving and decision-making skills.

Strong written and verbal communication skills.

The ability to work independently or as part of a team to meet aggressive schedules.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

 

Must be willing to work significant overtime.

Must be able to stand for extended periods.

Must be able to work in tight spaces.

Must be able to lift 25 lbs. unassisted.

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