Aerospace Manufacturing Engineers - Industrialization - Final Assembly- Sweden
Contract / Fixed-Term Contract
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Aerospace Manufacturing Engineers - Industrialization - Final Assembly- Sweden.
Our Aerospace Client based in Sweden, require the additional support of several Aerospace Manufacturing Engineers. This is a long term contract opportunity to live and work in a nice environment in Sweden.
They seek candidates with the following experience and personality:
Role and Duties:
- +10 years’ experience in aircraft industrialization and manufacturing to Final Assembly.
- Preferably experience in 3DX (Catia V6) / or Delmia.
- Open to work with easy and advanced tasks without questions.
- Trustworthy, Righteous, High Work Ethics and Morals, Social, Communicative, Patient.
- Role includes being an educator, instructor, some mentorship, important is knowledge sharing – so highly social and communicative persons.
- Perform review, sign off, approval, release, and distribution of Final Assembly and partner engineering changes in support of aircraft build requirements in ENOVIA to support consumption and IP definition in DELMIA for Supplied Part product structure.
- Apply technical knowledge to innovate, design, and develop manufacturing and assembly processes, tooling, assembly fixtures, and procedures.
- Collect and analyse production data to identify anomalies and investigate root causes when product first-pass quality and/or production efficiency is outside our standards of excellence.
- Troubleshoots and resolves technical problems that arise during production to ensure integrity of the product and to minimize impact to performance, cost or schedule.
- Integrates across engineering disciplines to manage the implementation of technical solutions into the build plan, ensuring production safety and stability and product reliability.
- Analyses and improves design/build concepts to evaluate a producible product definition (Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA).
- Develops and implements process improvements using Lean production methodologies.
The successful candidates will be working locally in Sweden, 40 hours per week Monday to Friday. Candidates will be working on a military product and under ITAR regulations. You must be able to live and work in Sweden.
Rate is open to negotiation to candidates that can commit to a 1-2 year contract with the required level of experience within Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering.