Becoming a 34107 Aircraft Test Technician at The Boeing Company is an exciting opportunity to fly each airplane on the ground through testing of all systems and aircraft functions.
As a 34107 Aircraft Test Technician you will work within a final assembly environment by drawing on knowledge acquired from training and certification classes to complete your daily assigned work. By interpreting drawings, reading/comprehending work instructions and testing data/requirements you will be responsible for identifying your work (task) location on the airplane/part/tooling and identifying all required hand tools, parts and equipment to accomplish defect-free work.
For an Aircraft Test Technician, daily assigned work may include:
Within the Final Assembly environment:
- Use a computer in a production environment.
- Look up/read/comprehend technical work instructions, drawings and/or specifications.
- Perform operational/production testing, troubleshooting and rework/repair of all aircraft systems before, during and after final assembly. These tests will include electrical/electronic, pressure (positive and negative), hydraulic and mechanical systems using airplane diagnostic systems and PC based and non PC based tests equipment.
- Technicians will be working on a live aircraft and will be exposed to airplane and facilities hazardous energy levels (e.g., electricity, fluid and gaseous pressure, noise, etc.).
Depending on your work environment and assigned work the following tools and materials may be used:
- Appropriate protective clothing/equipment determined by the task you are performing.
- Mechanical lifts and material handling devices of various types (e.g., "tiger" and "snorkel" man lifts, boom hoists, electric tugs, BOTS, etc.).
- Various tools such as rivet gun and bucking bar, screwdrivers, lock bolt puller, power screwdriver, c-squeeze, ratchet wrench, nut runner, drills, wire cutters, wire crimps, soldering gun and various other hand tools.
- Chemical solvents, sealants, coatings, primers, adhesives, paints and special finishes.
- Once your work is completed per testing requirement youll inspect your work for quality and check for FOD (Foreign Object Debris).
The daily Physical Demands experienced are dependent upon your work environment, but most Aircraft Test Technicians can experience:
- Frequent (3-6 hrs) finger manipulation (keyboarding, other).
- Working around energized sources (electrical equipment and hazards/shock, e.g. circuit breakers and wiring) and exposure to constant noise.
- Flexion/extension (head bent down, head bent back), handling, kneeling, bending at the waist, reaching (overhead), rotation of head/neck, standing, twisting at the waist, walking.
- Lifting and carrying up to 10 pounds.
- Use of high impact vibratory tools (bucking/riveting).
- Reading from a computer screen, printed drawings or documents.
Job ID 00000124875
Date posted 08/09/2019
Location Renton, Washington; Everett, Washington