Company Name:
United Technologies Corporation
In this role the individual will work on a manufacturing team to assemble, disassemble and rework electric brake actuators using established production methods and quality standards. Perform various functions to build hardware from the lowest level (i.e., component preparation and kitting) to the highest level (i.e., final assembly and test) of assembly, including mechanical assembly, electrical assembly, testing and limited analytical troubleshooting.
Physical Requirements:
Occasional Lifting up to 36 lbs
Frequent Standing, sitting, walking, stooping, reaching, handling, gripping, squatting
The successful candidate must have at least a High School Diploma or equivalent.
Basic computer skills such as log on, data entry and data retrieval.
Obtain certifications and qualifications required to perform job.
Internal candidates should have or be able to obtain T211 Basic Mechanical Assembly and T201 Electrical Soldering or higher.
Knowledge of one piece flow line working to takt time/pitch is a plus.
This position falls under the FAA Drug and Alcohol Program. FAA regulations require that the the candidate identified for this position will be subjected to random drug and alcohol testing while in this role.
Position is NOT for ITAR hardware.
Minimum qualifications
Years of Experience - 0 years experience
Education - High School Diploma or GED
Industry - No industry experience required
United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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