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Bench Technician

Cleveland, OH

Industry: Aerospace/Defense Job Number: 44249 Pay Rate: $60 - $70k
Are you mechanically-inclined and looking for a challenging and rewarding career opportunity? Have you considered a career in the Aerospace industry? Imagine the rewards of applying your background to a field that will allow commercial planes to keep flying.

- Well-lit, clean work environment
- Competitive pay with $2 shift premiums for off shift.
- Fully paid health Insurance
- Profit sharing bonuses
- Paid tuition for job-related courses and programs on-site and at area colleges
- State-sponsored apprenticeship programs

Nicotine free workplace. The company pays health insurance premiums for its employees and their families and that's how they can afford it by having a nicotine free workforce. Not smoke free, nicotine free, so no dipping or chewing tobacco either. Company drug tests check for nicotine to make sure they are in compliance with their insurance policy.

Typical responsibilities:

Perform a wide variety of shop tasks such as deburring, assembly/disassembly, light machining and assembling fasteners on various aerospace and marine and industrial components. The chosen candidate will also perform bench level troubleshooting, breakdown, repair and overhaul in compliance with industry standards and regulatory requirements.

Use a variety of hand power and non-power tools to perform various shop operations. Use fixtures and stationary equipment provided. Acquire personal tool list of standard non-power tools such as files, hammers and wrenches.

Perform disassembly and assembly of turbine engine components. Assembly and installation methods include press-fit bushings and inserts, rivets, self-locking nuts, helicoils, lock wiring, etc. Determine proper torque when required.

Use power and non-power tools to deburr after machining operations. Deburr various metals, plating, and thermal spray coatings.

Remove nicks and high metal; blend to create smooth transitions or return parts to original contour.

Drill, tap, re-drill holes. Use hand drills, reamers, chamfer tools, and taps.

Operate small machines (surface grinder, drill press, hone, lathe, Bridgeport) to manufacture or modify parts. Size and cut bushings, pins, or other small parts for proper fit for installation.

Cut, blend, and fit patches.

Apply various compounds such as RTV and epoxy coatings to bond parts during assembly or to seal joints.

The unmodified base pay for this role starts at $18 - $20/hr but since these current openings are off shift, the real base is $20 - $22/hr. At an average of 50 hours a week, base pay is $52 - $57k and that is before all bonuses and the benefit of free health insurance.
Highly respected aerospace company. Great benefits. Great total comp package. Extreme job security. Last layoff was in 2001 and only due to the situation brought about by the stock market bubble and 9/11.

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