Prepares parts made of aircraft alloys of nickel, cobalt and magnesium based alloys for weld, braze and other aerospace procedures, deburrs parts after machining, blends welds, removes excess braze alloys, and restores gas turbine airfoils to print contours.
Magellan Aerospace, Euravia North America offers excellent career opportunities, competitive salary, health and pension benefits packages. Starting salary will be based on experience and qualifications.
• Represents Euravia North America in a professional manner.
• Follows policies and procedures established by Euravia North America (ENA), ENA Repair Station Manual, ENA Quality Control Manual, FAR’s, Special Process Supervisor, Chief Inspector and Chief of Engineering.
• Prepares parts made of aircraft alloys of nickel, cobalt and magnesium based alloys for weld, braze and other aerospace procedures.
• Deburrs, blasts parts after machining.
• Blends welds and removes excess braze alloys.
• Restores gas turbine airfoils and contours.
• If authorized removes and applies coatings IAW approved ENA procedures.
• Carries out all operations IAW ENA job instructions and any approved documentation provided; ensuring all previous operations have been completed, signed or stamped off before commencement.
• Ensures completed work is stamped off or signed as instructed.
• Uses measuring, contour and gauging tools, ensures tools used are calibrated (if required) and in good working order.
• Understands work instructions written and verbal, will ask superiors for guidance if there is any uncertainty or ambiguity.
• Ability to relate to others in a courteous manner.
• Ability to learn and adapt to varied work assignments.
• Possesses the practical and technical knowledge required to perform responsibilities.
• Ability to demonstrate proper judgment and decision making skills when necessary.
• Ability to perform work with little or no supervision.
• Ability to produce a significant volume of work efficiently in a specified period of time.
• Ability to produce desired results with a minimum amount of rework.
• Demonstrates a willingness to accept other duties as assigned.
• A High School Diploma (or equivalent) is desired.
• Ability to read and follow work instructions.
• Good manual dexterity.
• Previous blending/deburring experience is desired.
• Good vision and attention to detail.
Magellan Aerospace is a global, integrated aerospace company that provides complex assemblies and systems solutions to aircraft and engine manufacturers, and defence and space agencies worldwide. The organization officially adopted the name “Magellan Aerospace Corporation” in 1996; deriving it from the intrepid explorer Ferdinand Magellan. His global exploits at the turn of the 15th century established a number of firsts, so the company’s vision has been to carry this same legacy into the future of the aerospace industry.
At Magellan we have over 80 years of collective knowledge and experience in the aerospace industry, and believe one truth: People create value. Employees are our greatest resource in working towards a successful future, and together we build professional relationships that thrive. We know that personal development is fundamental to the success of every individual, and every individual is fundamental to the success of our business, so we invest in our employees and provide excellent career progression opportunities. When you are part of Magellan, you are part of the team!
Magellan Aerospace respects the privacy and confidentiality of personal information provided by candidates and shall not disclose to any external parties unless legislated.
Thank you for considering this exciting opportunity. This document is intended to provide the reader with information and is not a contractual document. Some of the material therefore may be subject to change.