VHR have an exciting opportunity for a number of experienced Aircraft Technicians to work in Munich, Germany on the manufacturing of a revolutionary product.
- Start date: ASAP
- Contract: 4 months
- Rate: To be discussed on application
- Per Diem: Provided
- Hours: 40 per week
- Shift: Mon- Friday
- Flights/Travel: provided at start and end of contract
- Accommodation: Not provided, you must source your own
- Own tools required.
In this position you will report directly to the Production Team Leader Aircraft Assembly and will work on a variety of projects and tasks including:
- Working on subassembly and final-assembly lines and install various components of all aircraft systems
- Assembling, testing and repairing mechanical components
- Assist the engineering teams by providing feedback for design improvements to the product.
- Work in a self-directed team of aircraft technicians and electricians
- Responsible for delivery and quality in all stages of the assembly process
- Follow work instructions and program plans
- Proceeding ground test instructions and failure detection & correction
- Operate a variety of hand tools, power tools, diagnostic and measuring equipment
- Take responsibility for maintaining an inventory of parts, tools and equipment
- Troubleshooting and feedback of errors to the corresponding teams, cooperation for root cause analysis
- Implement and sustain manufacturing data of the production system
- Work with Manufacturing Engineering to improve processes, equipment & tooling, and repair solutions
- Improve manufacturing standards and process requirements
- Support digital improvements and innovations while working with manufacturing execution systems
- Assist technology acquisition and new factory installation & commissioning.
Requirement of the role:
- Educational background as aircraft technician and/or within component manufacturing required
- Must be able to work from complex and detailed documentation and/or verbal and written instructions depending on situation
- Ability to read and understand manufacturing instructions and ply books
- Experience with operating and maintaining a wide variety of hand and power tools, shop tools, test equipment. Experience operating high volume production machinery preferred
- High level of self-reliance with the ability to work both in a team and autonomously
For further information please contact Sarah in the London Office 0203 829 1170.