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164884,  Integration Specialist Technician - (15) - AL -

Category: MAN
Job Title: Integration Specialist Technician - (15) - AL
Region: AL-Alabama
City: Huntsville
State: AL
Rate: $DOE
Duration: 6 MONTHS
Description: Chipton-Ross is seeking 15 Integration Specialist Technicians located in Huntsville, AL

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Need to be able to perform Wire harness assembly integration, install instrumentation including Strain Gauges

Perform assigned duties as an individual or as a member of a cross functional High Performance Work Team (to include supplier and customer representatives), during all phases of assembly, integration and test from developmental prototyping to the execution of production integration activities. Meet customer satisfaction requirements for quality, performance and reliability. Possess technical skills necessary to perform work using detail work instructions & other released planning documentation and a variety of other supporting technical documentation as required including but not limited to: technical drawings, 2D & 3D models, schematics, circuit/wiring diagrams, process and equipment specifications, photographs, illustrations and sketches. Perform all elements of mechanical, electrical and electronic assembly, integration and test from detail fabrication, buildup of assemblies & subassemblies, through final integration. Perform functional checkouts and system testing of electrical, electronic, mechanical systems and ground support equipment. Troubleshoot, fault isolate and document nonconformance's to correct malfunctions, to component level, with minimal technical support. Perform, as required, approved rework, modification, repairs and incorporation of changes per technical documentation and formal direction to electrical, electronic and mechanical systems. Assist in defining, implementing, completing and monitoring the execution of the work scope. Make recommendations for refinement to equipment and integration processes by conducting studies and evaluations that result in product and process improvements. Analyze product, process & test data, and rejection history to identify root cause for problems and assist with developing corrective action. May be required to perform duties in and around ordnance or other hazardous materials while maintaining a safe working environment.
1. Work from detail work instructions & other released planning documentation and a variety of other supporting technical documentation as required including but not limited to: technical drawings, 2D & 3D models, schematics, circuit/wiring diagrams, process and equipment specifications, photographs, illustrations and sketches.
2. Select correct parts, materials and tools to perform assigned duties.
3. Duties may include the handling of hazardous waste (if qualified).
4. Handle and protect components and assemblies in accordance with proper practice and procedures.
5. Move materials from place to place within the work area.
6. Perform critical handling tasks and operate special electrical, electronic, mechanical and support equipment.
7. Use and operate shop tools and equipment including precision measuring instruments and equipment including optics and lasers.
8. Operate various types of shop equipment such as band saw, drill press, sander, bench grinder, metal bending equipment and other related machinery on a variety of materials.
9. Perform assembly work to complete assignments. Related tasks may include fabrication, installation, adjustment, fit check, fastener alignment, connections, and subassembly integration of parts and materials.
10. Perform chemical cleaning, surface finishing, painting, marking in accordance with specifications and procedures.
11. Use any electrical and electronic test equipment, instruments and tools required to perform assigned work, including precision measuring instruments and equipment.
12. Connect, operate and/or verify support equipment, set up and check out of electrical, electronic and mechanical systems.
13. Troubleshoot, fault isolate and document nonconformances.
14. Perform related rework and approved repair necessary to accomplish assignments
15. Devise, develop and assemble approved shop aides and devices that may be required to adjust, test or maintain electrical and mechanical systems equipment.
16. Perform self-examination and inspection as certified and required.
17. Plan, sequence and organize work operations to meet production schedules and expedite special jobs.
18. Coordinate information to advise others of situations or conditions that will delay work progress and suggest corrective action.
19. Assist others in the performance of their assigned work giving technical assistance to specifications and requirements as required.
20. Set up and maintain charts, logs, records and reports.
21. Maintain licenses, permits and certifications required to perform assigned work.
22. Perform other duties as assigned within the general job classification
23. Maintain a safe clean and orderly work area.

EDUCATION:
Accredited High School Diploma/GED

WORK HOURS:
Full-Time/First Shift
6 AM -2:30 PM

MISCELLANEOUS:
Travel Required - ONGOING TRAVEL REQUIREMENT: Candidates must be able to travel to New Orleans (28 days), return to Huntsville (7 days).

Candidates responding to this posting must currently possess the eligibility to work in the United States. No third parties please.

Chipton-Ross is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Women/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veterans.

Contact:
Andrew Craft at acraft@chiptonross.com
CHIPTON-ROSS, INC.
11832 Fishing Point Drive, Suite 100
Newport News, VA 23606

Phone: (757) 595-0005 x173 or (877) 244-5418 x173


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