COMPANY OVERVIEW: Symetrics Industries, a subsidiary of Extant Components Group, manufactures and supplies complex electronic assemblies to the DOD and international customers for military and commercial applications. The company offers digital communications solutions including a full line of Improved Data Modems (IDM) in various hardware form factors with optional imagery transmission capabilities, or as software-only versions; imagery solutions with a TVDS / DVR (Tactical Video Data Server / Digital Video Recorder); and an Electronic Warfare (EW) product line highlighted by the AN/ALE-47(V) Countermeasures Dispenser System (CMDS). Symetrics also provides licensing and obsolescence management services for legacy electronics systems. Symetrics has been manufacturing high reliability electronic assemblies and sophisticated EW and Communication systems of superior quality for over 50 years and is an FAA Part 21, FAA Part 145, ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100:2009 (Rev C) Certified Company. For additional information, please visit our website at www.symetrics.com
The primary responsibilities will involve the alignment, balancing, assembly, testing, calibrating and troubleshooting and repairing of complex Aviation electro mechanical assemblies, such as turn & slip indicators, pitch & bank indicators, attitude Indicators and gyroscopic assemblies in support of FAA manufacturing.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Follows instructions on lot travelers, work orders, flow tags, operational instructions, engineering drawings, manuals, formulas, process charts and following verbal instructions to determine specifications and sequence of operations.
Assemble, align, adjust, measure, balance, test, disassemble and repair product as required.
Using the appropriate specifications and required hand, power or automated tools: Assemble together components such as gears, shafts, spacers, locking pins, bolts, screws, retainers, bezels, housings, chassis, circuit boards, electronic displays, wiring harness, subassemblies, etc.
Adjust, trim, balance or calibrate materials or hardware to achieve specified electrical or dimensional characteristics.
Perform assembly tasks such as: crimping, staking, screwing, torque, press fit, bolt, rivet, drilling, reaming, countersink, bond potting, encapsulation, sanding, cleaning, curing, stamping, etching, labeling, taping, balancing, marking & color-coding parts.
Operate equipment and tools relative to accomplishing assembly.
Examine components already installed to verify accuracy of items such as: polarity, value and positioning according to specifications. Also identify component problems such as damaged components or poor solder or electrical connections.
Perform mechanical inspections using measuring equipment (calipers, scales, feeler gauges etc.) when required.
Perform electrical tests in accordance with ATP, CMM or other documented procedures using equipment such as power supplies, volt meters, current meters, precision balance machine, Skorsby table etc.
Troubleshoot defective electro mechanical assemblies and repair, replace, balance or calibrate, worn, defective or damaged components such as: gears, shafts, gimbals, rotors, rotor housings, electronic circuit cards or displays.
Maintain cost awareness of the components being consumed during rework.
Documentation preparation, such as but not limited to: Production reports, Discrepant Material Reporting (DMR), Customer Rework documentation, etc.
Cooperation with Design Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering, perform non-routine assembly operations such as pre-production runs to assist in determining the manufacturability of the products.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or equivalent, four years experience in an electro mechanical assembly environment, understand and demonstrate ability to perform precision assembly of complex electro mechanical assemblies and gyros.
Must have in depth knowledge of the proper use of production tools and machinery required performing routine operations.
LANGUAGE SKILLS: Must be able to communicate effectively with others, and be able to follow written and verbal instructions.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Will be required to pass certifications specific to the job. Any previous FAA mechanical instrument experience a plus.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must have excellent manual dexterity and hand/eye coordination, able to sit and/or stand for long periods at a time, at times handle stressful situations and multi-tasking, work under time constraints, work some overtime as required, and work with some chemicals and bonding agents. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EOE/AA/Drug Free, VEVRAA Federal Contractor
Fax Resume to: Human Resources Fax: 321-308-4209 1615 W NASA Blvd Melbourne FL 32901 or visit the “Careers” tab on our Symetrics website: www.Symetrics.com