GE Aviation is Hiring Aircraft Engine Mechanic (Fresher’s & Experienced), Pay Rate $32.00 – Apply Now

Aircraft Engine Mechanic

GE Aviation Aviation Supply Chain 
Category Manufacturing & Logistics

Job Description Summary

Perform complete assembly, disassembly, test set up, adjustment, inspection, of aircraft engines and major components, in accordance with assembly, test or engineering instructions, specifications, drawings. Set up and operate a variety of standard and specialized tools, setup and operate a variety of balance machines to perform all types of balancing operations. This position will pay $32.00 plus a $1.00 shift differential if offered a position on 2nd or 3rd shift.

Job Description

About GE Aerospace 

If you want to do work that really matters among a team of spirited and collaborative individuals, you need to know more about GE Aerospace.  We’ve become a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of advanced aviation technologies including jet engines, components, and integrated systems for commercial and military aircraft.  We’re a people-first organization that will bring out your best ideas and performance as part of our on-going LEAN transformation.  We believe that the world works better when it flies.  Do you?  If so, come aboard.  

Working at our Lynn Facility 

Come and elevate your career in a facility that combines a rich tradition of aviation technology with a deep commitment to the future of flight.  The GE Aerospace manufacturing site in Lynn designs, produces, assembles, and tests military and commercial aircraft engines and components.  With more 2,500 employees and 1.6 million sqft of manufacturing space, we’re making a huge contribution to the future of flight. And, considering that very first jet engines were born here in 1942, we clearly are the career home of people who are deeply knowledgeable about building quality engines.  What’s more, GE Aerospace has invested more than $100 million in our facility in the last five years alone. 

By engaging with highly collaborative teams, we’re reaching for new Sustainable Aviation Fuel milestones every year.  And by encouraging our teams to join us in extensive community service and volunteerism, we’re making a difference in all the ways that matter.  

Here are just a few of the best reasons you will want to consider us: 

  • Do work with a real purpose helping to solve the global challenge of how the world flies more sustainably. 
  • Be a part of a global workforce of diverse backgrounds, perspectives, ideas, and experiences where everyone feels supported and respected. 
  • Earn merit-based rewards and incentives. 
  • Free Onsite Parking. 
  • Set work schedule with no mandatory overtime. 
  • Work in a climate-controlled building out of the elements. 
  • Have opportunities for continuous learning and development. 

Job Overview 

This is a challenging opportunity that involves complete assembly, disassembly, test set up, adjustment, and inspection of aircraft engines and major components in accordance with assembly, test or engineering instructions, specifications, and drawings. You’ll do set-up and operate a variety of standard and specialized tools and a variety of balance machines to perform all types of balancing operations. 

Essential Responsibilities: 

  • Perform comprehensive examinations of hardware for serviceability and airworthiness certification. 
  • Provide, routing. and the movement of assemblies, hardware, tooling, and other material in support of assigned area. 
  • Operate balance equipment and perform functional component and accessory tests as assigned. 
  • Troubleshoot in-process problems, malfunctions, or component failures using relevant technical procedures. 
  • Verify work performed is in accordance with technical specifications, manuals, or other quality verification criteria. 
  • Use all types of precision measuring instruments and devices, hand and power tools, shop equipment, and machinery. 
  • Maintain records and perform related duties. 
  • Perform complete and complicated operations in the cleaning, processing, repair, rework, or modification of engine hardware, tools, and fixtures. 
  • Perform functional tests and maintain process controls.  
  • Help provide materials, hardware, or supplies to a variety of in-shop and external operations. 
  • Verifying material to specific process requirements, receiving, storing, disbursing, moving, packaging, receiving, and accumulating. 
  • Report, monitor, and maintain control or status of material. 

Desirable qualifications: 

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills. 
  • Proficient in the use of basic hand and power tools. 
  • Experience in the use of precision measuring instruments. 
  • Experience with computers, applications, and keyboarding. 

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