Assembler 1

Company Name:
Aerojet Rocketdyne
Performs tasks required to produce solid propellant and assembles rocket motors to a point where they are ready for shipment. Works with direct supervision, following formal written procedures and detailed verbal instructions.
80% - Performs pressure tests and bonds; assembles and package parts. Cast propellant, clean and assemble equipment, cleans tools, parts, and work area.
10% - Maintains records related to rocket manufacture and performs environmental duties listed below:
10% - Line motor cases.
ENVIRONMENTAL DUTIES 1. Collect, containerize, and label waste chemicals generated as part of production operations. 2. Maintain satellite accumulation areas in a safe and orderly manner and in compliance with environmental regulations. 3. Ensure that Hazardous Waste Control Technician is contacted to have non-energetic chemical wastes moved to the chemical waste handling area (CWHA), and energetic wastes (waste explosives) moved to the energetic waste accumulation areas or the thermal treatment units. 4. Immediately report spills of chemicals and/or process waters to the Environmental department. 5. In the event of an emergency incident, implement the facility Emergency Procedures/Contingency Plan. SECONDARY FUNCTIONS: Perform other duties as assigned to support production demands.
Graduation from high school or equivalent and 0-1 year of directly related experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of this position.
Previous Mechanical experience is desired.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a U.S. Security Clearance at the appropriate level (requires U.S. Citizenship).
Arkansas Career Readiness Certificate-Silver Level is required for this position.
Will be exposed to chemicals/propellant. Workplace may involve a variety of conditions including but not limited to: outdoor environments, elevated structures and excavations, areas where chemical materials may be encountered, shop environments and construction sites. Must customarily have a high consciousness for personnel and equipment safety. May be required to utilize a variety of personal protective equipment.
Date: 2013-05-09
Country: US
State: AR
City: Camden
Postal Code: 71711-1036
Category: Technicians - Other

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