• Welder

    Job Location US-TX-San Antonio
    # of Openings
    Direct Hire
  • Responsibilities

    Interpret drawings and applicable technical data to use in repairs.


    Use calibrated instruments and tooling to perform critical measurements.


    Inspect parts and sub-assemblies to determine the type of welding process and rods required to perform task.


    Operate oxy-acetylene torch to cut, braze, weld and solder.

    Operate spot welder. 


    Certify weld test plates.


    Make necessary adjustments to welding equipment to ensure satisfactory weld(s).

    Weld parts that are certified by X-Ray (RT) and make necessary adjustments to correct and deficiency. 


    Interpret FPI indications.


    perform quality detailing work (grinding, polishing, etc.).


    Manufacture and modify purging tools as required.


    Produce engine airframe components within airworthiness standards.


    Install fabricated details onto assemblies & sub-assemblies and inspect for proper fit prior to welding.


    May be required to perform other duties as company workload dictates.


    Ideal candidate demonstrates high level critical thinking skills and aptitude for solving complex problems while demanding integrity, sense of urgency, accountability and attention to detail. 


    Successfull foundational skills include leadership, exceptional verbal and written communication ability, working independently and a desire to continuously improve processes while keeping safety paramount. Understanding of 5S implementation, Lean manufacturing, and 8 forms of waste is desired. 



    5 years' proven experience working with super alloys including waspalloy, inconel, rene', titanium metals, etc.


    Knowledge of metal fabrication, equipment operations and aircraft engine repair processes and principles.

    Ability to perform visual inspections.


    Understanding of aviation terms and working knowledge of applicable technical publications.




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