Assembly Mechanic – Quality Inspector

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Assembly Mechanic – Quality Inspector Job Highlights

Title Assembly Mechanic – Quality Inspector
Type Full Time
Experience 1 Year
Function Management/Manufacturing
Location Berkeley, MO, United States
Company Boeing

Company Profile

Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company and leading provider of commercial airplanes, defense, space and security systems, and global services.

Job Profile

Boeing Defense, Space, and Security (BDS) is seeking an individual who can encompass all of the duties of the following job classifications such as Inspector Assembly, Sub-Assembly Precision, Mechanic Aircraft Production, Mechanic Electrical, and Radio, Sheet Metal Assembler, and Riveter.

Educational Qualification

  • The applicants may be required a High School Diploma or GED, or Equivalent

Work Experience

  • The candidates should have a minimum of 1 year of assembly experience.
  • Minimum 1 year of experience with sheet metal assemblies, drilling, countersinking, riveting, and fastener installation.


  • Assemble a variety of production aircraft and spacecraft parts and install aircraft equipment, support equipment, or power plant equipment.
  • Assemble aircraft and/or spacecraft structures or aircraft and/or spacecraft support equipment structures with or without the aid of jigs and fixtures by drilling, reaming, countersinking, stop countersinking, dimpling as assigned, burring, fastening, filing, filling, fitting, aligning, trimming, shimming and remove surface defects as assigned.
  • Assemble precision assemblies, set up and operate ream fixtures to drill, ream, countersink, spot face, hone, and bore for mating major assemblies.
  • Assemble, install, check out physical characteristics and modify wire bundles to aircraft of aircraft mock-ups.
  • Bench assemble electrical or electronic components and conductors into electrical units and systems before methods and procedures have been established.
  • Cut, identify, strip, tin, solder, attach components, and pot to prepare the wire for assembly.
  • Electronic data input or retrieval as required in the performance of their assigned duties. Prepare documents incidental to the accomplishment of inspection function. Maintain records, prepare and route documents incidental to the accomplishment of inspection assignment.
  • Inspect bench assembly of wire bundles, electrical components, and electrical panels. Visually inspect wire bundles and other electrical and electronic components and units for proper installation in aircraft, powerplants, and ground support equipment.
  • Inspect supplier furnished and/or Boeing-made parts, subassemblies, and major assemblies, to specification requirements such as drawings, computer models, inspection procedures, and catalogs.
  • Inspect the time, temperature, and results or effect of processes or operations such as pressure testing, weld, anodizing, covering, passivating, primer, and paint.
  • Install press-fit bushings and force-fit bushings. File, fit, hone, ream, drill, tap, saw, burr, and adjust.
  • Install wire bundles or other electrical and electronic components in aircraft, power plants, or ground support equipment.
  • Install, operationally check out, adjust, rig, and pressure check systems.
  • Maintain, operate and control Material Review Crib and Bond Room when and where assigned by supervision and controls non-conforming material to prevent unauthorized use in accordance with Quality Assurance Procedure. Review engineering dispositions for quality and compliance to established standard procedures and specifications.
  • Perform aircraft assembly line operational checkout and inspect the repair and adjustment of systems on aircraft.
  • Perform bench and assembly line operational checkout, troubleshooting, repair, and adjustment of electrical and electronic systems, lighting circuits, power plant systems, wing fold circuits, missile launch racks, aircraft instrumentation, provide flight test instrumentation, fire wiring system, fuel system.
  • Perform skilled assembly operations such as: shimming, fitting, trimming, and aligning which may vary considerably from one assembly to another as with fairings and the mating of major assemblies; realigning or replacing ribs, bulkheads or stringers in skinned assemblies; establishing from blue-prints with or without firm callouts, butt, center, chord, station and water lines; blind pick up of hole locations for blank parts from existing structure; correcting cans, buckles, wrinkles in outer skins and remove surface defects as assigned.
  • Setup and operate shot peen equipment and accessories for stress-relieving assemblies as required.
  • Tie, seal, and pack assembled bundles and units.
  • Use a variety of inspection aids, precision measuring instruments, and electrical testing equipment. Operate automated and electronic equipment as directed in the performance of duties. Operate hardness testing equipment as required. Use a variety of hand and power tools and measuring instruments, such as magnifying glasses, pocket microscopes, scales, magnetic field indicators, gauges, and testing equipment, including, digital caliper, conductivity meter, protractors, squares, fixed and variable gauging as required to accomplish assigned duties.

Preferred Skills/Experience

  • Aircraft assembly experience
  • Experience working as a Quality Inspector
  • The selected candidate must be able to work any shift, as assigned

Note: Currently hold or have held a security clearance in the past 24 months


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Employer’s Statement

Boeing is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military/veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law.

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