Aircraft Structural Assemblers - Contract - Montreal

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Aircraft Structural Assemblers - Contract - Montreal

#1 Post by portia » Wed Aug 02, 2017 12:41 pm

We are currently looking for Aircraft assemblers for a temporary assignment to join a great aircraft assembly project in Montréal, QC.

Hourly Rate: Maximum $30.00/hour employee status (according to experience)
Hourly Rate: Maximum $40.00/hour Incorporated (according to experience)
Per Diem 100$ per day (you will have a 100$ Per Diem for the weekend if you work on the Friday and on the Monday). PER DIEM IS ONLY FOR THOSE WHO LIVE OUTSIDE OF THE QUEBEC AREA

Job Duties and Tasks

Installs units, parts, equipment, and components in structural assembly, according to blueprints and specifications, using hand tools and power tools.
Bolts, screws, or rivets accessories to fasten, support, or hang components and subassemblies.
Drills holes in structure and subassemblies, and attaches brackets, hinges, or clips to secure installation or to fasten subassemblies.
Locates and marks reference points and holes for installation of parts and components, using jigs, templates, and measuring instruments.
Inspects and tests installed units, parts, and equipment for fit, performance, and compliance with standards, using measuring instruments and test equipment.
Positions and aligns subassemblies in jigs or fixtures, using measuring instruments, following blueprint lines and index points.
Qualifications :

5+ years experience in Aircraft assembly
Certification or diploma in Aircraft assembly
Familiar with Bombardier’s products (is an asset)
Fluent in English and French (asset)

Please send a Word version of your CV to Karen Roe - karenr@tes.net
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