Process Tech I - PAD AssemblyBusinesses Collins Aerospace Job ID 01473288 Most Recent Date Posted 10/11/2021 City Fairfield State California Country United States
Country:United States of America
Location:HCA09: Interiors (Propulation) -Fairf 3530 Branscombe Road, Fairfield, CA, 94533 USA
The B-21 Process Tech performs varying tasks in a fast-paced, quick changing environment. This position is a highly technical position, which requires working with hazardous propellant and transforming it into propellant and propellant actuated devices. There is a variety of equipment and set ups to operate and maintain. Operator must have a degree of experience assembling critical explosive actuated devices. Operator must have a degree of experience utilizing a complex series of HMI systems to perform the many remote operations required.
This position will initially be a 1st shift position, changing to a 2nd shift role in early 2022. Candidates must be willing and able to work 2nd shift if necessary.
Ample prep work and critical set up and tear down of casting tubes and tooling.
Operate numerous and differing complex equipment both manually and remotely via HMI.
Routine daily setup of complex casting equipment, casting tooling, liner machines, and tube prep.
Must conduct routine TPM, basic maintenance, and careful logging of process parameters on work orders, data sheets and propellant job travelers (PJT’s).
Make precise measurements with standard measuring instruments and balances, remote monitoring software perform basic calculations and record on proper documentation. Be alert to recognizing problems with any of this equipment and notify their group leader or supervisor as tolerance limits are approached to avoid making defective parts.
Communicate potential mechanical and safety problems effectively and immediately.
Handle very large amounts chemicals and energetics in accordance with safety regulations, while maintaining exact inventory.
Perform all production-related work assigned by supervisor or group leader in strict accordance with written procedures
Inventory control of large quantities of chemicals and propellants, upwards of 1000’s of pounds of movement in a single shift.
Identify, control and dispose of hazardous and non-hazardous waste including solvents, explosives, and lead.
Read and operate per Manufacturing Procedure, Propellant Job Traveler, and Drawings with guidance from engineering and the chemistry departments.
Cleanup of various machines, tooling, and areas from chemicals and propellants.
In-plant transportation, storage, and disposal of hazardous materials.
Understands document revisions and standards governing documenting procedures. Stamps operations, reads MP prior to starting work and any other documented instructions without oversight.
Complete documentation of work (i.e. marriage log, data sheet, etc.) without oversight.
Work while wearing a respirator for certain operations as required.
Must be capable of adapting to changing situations upon the direction of supervision and be able to thoroughly document variations from standards.
Willing to cross-train and work in all areas of operations.
High School Diploma or AA/AS degree or other 2-year post high school training with less than 2 years of relevant experience
Must be a U.S. Citizen
Able to lift and carry up to 35 pounds several times per hour.
Able to become respirator fit tested for safe operations
Able to concentrate on the task at hand for extensive periods of time.
Minimum 1 year of explosive or chemical manufacturing or handling experience is preferred.
Basic mathematics, reading and comprehension, and written and oral communication skills.
At least two years energetic materials processing, manufacturing, and/or assembly experience.
Mathematical aptitude (good working knowledge of basic math.) and mechanical aptitude.
Basic computer tasks with knowledge in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word preferred.
Ability to understand verbal and written instructions, and simultaneously maintain proper documentation.
Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment.
Can perform basic functions with the assistance of a certified trainer.
Performs other duties as required and available for overtime as needed.
Experience with operating human machine interface (HMI) software to operate equipment and monitor control bands to detect and prevent defects from occurring in real time a plus.
Frequent work with average to heavy-weight materials, and frequent standing/sitting for long periods.
Frequent exposure to chemicals, noise, oils, solvents, greases, and energetic materials used in conjunction with the casting processes.
Some exposure to potential hazards due to the relatively large quantity of chemicals, explosives and other materials used, and occasional hand-processing of raw explosives and chemicals while wearing a respirator.
Overtime frequently required on short notice in order to meet business demands.
Collins Aerospace, a Raytheon Technologies company, is a leader in technologically advanced and intelligent solutions for the global aerospace and defense industry. Collins Aerospace has the capabilities, comprehensive portfolio and expertise to solve customers’ toughest challenges and to meet the demands of a rapidly evolving global market.
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Some of our competitive benefits package includes:
Medical, dental, and vision insurance
Three weeks of vacation for newly hired employees
Generous 401(k) plan that includes employer matching funds and separate employer retirement contribution, including a Lifetime Income Strategy option
Life insurance and disability coverage
Optional coverages you can buy: Pet Insurance, Home and Auto, additional life insurance, accidentinsurance, criticalillness insurance, group legal
Ovia Health, fertility and family planning
Employee Assistance Plan, including up to 5 free counseling sessions
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Doctor on Demand, virtual doctor visits
Best Doctors, second opinion program
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Drug Screen only performed on re-hires who have been gone for more than 1 year
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