Lockheed Martin Ordnance Assembler in Santa Cruz, California
Description: IAM Hourly represented employees who currently work at the main (Sunnyvale/Palo Alto) unit, Santa Cruz, VAFB or Eastern Range facilities must apply to open requisitions on Brass Ring to be considered for the position.
This is a Santa Cruz Facility position: Perform assembly operations such as cutting to proper length and preparing sleeving and detonation cords, mixing and applying potting compounds, trimming and surfacing molded surfaces, measuring and loading charge caps, and assembling parts into completed assemblies using tooling when required; weighing, mixing and applying adhesives to metal and non-metal surfaces. Set-up and operate a variety of Semiautomatic machines such as laser welders, presses, strippers, crimpers, drills, stampers, cutters, hydrostats and curing equipment. Perform rework of the same level of difficulty as other work described. Use all the tools, such as knives, torque wrenches, diagnols, tweezers, simple measuring devices and potting gun. Materials and equipment necessary to complete the job.
Ability to read and understand work authorizing documents. Knowledge of assembly shop practice. Must be able to use basic arithmetic.
Ability to communicate effectively. Basic computer skills such as Word, Excel and email. Knowledge of basic shop math and ability to read blueprints.
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