QUALITY AEROSPACE FABRICATED SOLUTIONS
 

 

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN (3rd Shift)

Primarily responsible for Preventive Maintenance (PM's), Understanding and support of the Work Order system Maintenance, event planning along with continuous improvement of equipment. This person will be also be responsible for identification of minor and major defects, and inputting of defects into WO system. Maintains equipment, ability to make mechanical adjustments and repairs, make basic electrical repairs such as replacing a motor or sensor and able to plan and perform major overhauls. Must be able to diagnose equipment failures and determine root cause of failures and implement corrective action. Understanding and application of pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical and power transmission principles and practices fabrication of components and devices using manual machine shop equipment. Must have 5-7 years’ experience or equivalent combination of education and experience in technical disciplines of electrical or mechanical production machinery maintenance.  Fabrication, electronics or facility maintenance skills a plus.  Basic PC Computer Skills required.  Minimum composite score of 240 on the Wonderlic Basic Math Skill Test is required. 

 

PRECISION PROCESS TECHNICIAN

Operates metal working equipment and other related facilities to machine and form honeycomb materials to specified dimensions and tolerance.  Responsible for finish, quality, packaging, labeling, and any other attributes necessary to ensure that only highest quality product is delivered to the next worker and to the customer. Manufactures parts to customer specification with the use of work orders, sketches and process sheets. Documents process steps specified by the Special Process part traveler. Layout and planform parts by using templates and mylars. Layout and rout pockets, chamfers, and undercut within work order tolerance. Proficient with the use of precision measuring tools (micrometers, calipers, depth gauges, height gauges, tapes, scales and protractors.)  Operates saws, expanders, hand routers, slotter, sealers, roll formers, and ovens. Stabilize core in accordance with established procedures. Layout, planform, dryfit, layup and bond per established procedures. In the absence of the oven operator, operate oven per established procedure. Basic PC Computer Skills required.  Minimum composite score of 240 on the Wonderlic Basic Math Skill Test is required. 

 

BONDING TECHNICIAN (2nd Shift)

Operates metal/Nomex working equipment and other related machinery to form honeycomb materials to specified dimensions and tolerance.  Responsible for finish, quality, packaging, labeling, and any other attributes necessary to ensure that only highest quality product is delivered to the next worker and to the customer. Manufactures parts to customer specification with the use of work orders, sketches and process sheets. Documents process steps specified by the Special Process part traveler. Bond parts by using templates and mylars to produce finished product and part assemblies within work order tolerance prior to oven, rework, finishing and final inspection operations. Proficient with the use of precision measuring tools (micrometers, calipers, depth gauges, height gauges, tapes, scales and protractors.) High School diploma or GED is required.  One to three years of similar work in a manufacturing environment where hand forming, carving, or hand tool machining of light gauge or delicate materials is required.  Minimum composite score of 240 on the Wonderlic Basic Math Skill Test is required. 

 

Training Facilitator

The Training Facilitator is responsible for improving the productivity of an organization’s employees.  This position is responsible for the effective development, coordination and presentation of training and development programs for all employees.  The Training Facilitator assesses companywide development needs to drive training initiatives and identifies and arranges suitable training solutions for employees.  This position actively creates, designs, and implements effective training methods to educate employees and to enhance and recognize performance. Bachelor's degree in a relevant field (B. S or B.A.) from four-year College or university; and five years related experience and/or training. Must possess excellent reasoning ability and problem solving skills. Good computer skills (MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Good understanding of continuous improvement.

 

 

Working with Us

Alcore offers careers in manufacturing, research and development, sales/marketing and administration. Our historical stability, integrity, the informal climate of our privately owned company, competitive employment benefits and long term growth make us an employer of choice for people who seek careers in composites manufacturing primarily related to aerospace.
Benefits

Medical
Dental
Vision
Basic Life/AD&D and supplemental Life AD&D
Short Term Disability
Voluntary Long Term Disability
Employee Assistance Program
Healthcare and/or Dependent Care Reimbursement Accounts
Paid vacation and holidays