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Keyword :
Request Number :
PPL- Monteur
Number of positions to fill :
Location :
Longueuil (Quebec), St-Hubert (Quebec)
Organisational Unit :
9552-Pw100-150 Main Line
Division :
Customer Service
Sector :
Service Center
Level required :
Posting Start Date :
Organization Profile :
Pratt & Whitney is a world leader in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft engines powering commercial, regional, and general aviation aircraft and helicopters. With more than 60,000 engines in service in over 200 countries and territories, we are proud to be responsible for powering an aircraft that takes off or lands somewhere in the world every second of every day.

We are known for our culture of innovation and investment in R&D, our commitment to employee career advancement, and for giving our experts an excellent work-life balance. We offer a highly competitive salary, benefits package and rotating work hours in accordance with the terms of the collective agreement in force.

Power your life. Go Beyond with a career at Pratt and Whitney.
General responsibilities of the position :
As an assembler at Pratt and Whitney Canada, you play an essential role in ensuring quality control and engine preparation for shipment to customers in nearly 200 countries around the world. You are the last stop before the customer and you are a stickler for detail. You love coming up with new ideas to make a process more effective and efficient and being part of a large innovative organization.

You love seeing a structure come to life. You get excited about doing it right; you are a perfectionist about seating parts specifically according to tolerances. You are always ready to learn more, and ask when you’re not sure. You are a people person and you know that working together delivers better results. After all; you want to make a difference, but you know you can’t do it alone!
Specific responsibilities of position :
As an assembler you will be responsible for placing, fixing and seating parts, disassembling and preparing for shipping including all documentation. Throughout the process, you will watch for inadequacies, inefficiencies and defective parts, and make suggestions for improvement. In particular, you will:

Assembly & Disassembly

To prepare you will:
• Set up, adjust and operate low and high-speed vertical and horizontal balancing equipment.
• Read and interpret data to determine location and extent of unbalance, as well as location of material to be removed (by manual milling) or added, to balance a part.
• Weigh blades to spread the weight equally.
• Set up blade riveting machines, center the punch and adjust the angle, height, motion and pressure. Remove rivets in order to disassemble blades.
• Disassemble engines using accessories and standard and special disassembly tools to remove stuck or damaged parts.

During assembly and other tasks you will:
• Report unusual conditions or damages.
• Measure parts during assembly operations, using an array of precision measuring instruments, and calculate tolerance range. Perform pressure and flow tests.
• Compare with the pick list to ensure use of the right parts.
• Visually inspect parts to ensure that they are undamaged.

Your sleuthing and problem-solving skills will be sharp while you:
• Perform diagnostics to identify the source of problems
• Dismant equipment to identify defective parts
• Troubleshoot and test breakage, and recommend effective corrective methods.
• Participate in the development of new processes, products and redesigns regarding the selection of methods and tools.

Compliance & Shipping:

Following assembly you will make sure:
• appropriate records of various parameters are used to establish efficient operations while maintaining statistical process control.
• documents are properly completed and signed/stamped.
• external condition of engine is audited before and after tests:
• assembly operation performed by others is within compliance and standards.
• final inspection of the engine is performed and engine is prepared for shipping.
• documentation, backup parts and required preservatives are included with shipping.

Maintenance of Equipment

In caring for equipment you will:
• Wash, preserve, package, identify and move parts so that they meet all standards and specifications.
• Take items required from the stores and columns and refer all releases and needs of material to the person in charge.
• Perform maintenance routines to make sure that fluid levels are adequate, filters are clean and the general condition of the machine complies with the checklist.
• Keep equipment and work station clean and in good working condition.

In addition, you will:
• Participate and share knowledge with teammates regarding the various equipment and tasks.
• Perform other duties of equal or less complexity related to duties mentioned above. Refer difficulties to the head of department.
Qualifications required :
• Professional degree diploma in mechanical assembling
• College diploma in aircraft maintenance
• Relevant experience: Two to five years in the field of aeronautics;
• Fluent in French (written and verbal) - knowledge of English considered an asset

Although each application is taken into consideration, only selected candidates will be contacted. Before being invited for interview, candidates must first pass a theoretical and practical test.
Field of studies :
Additional Information :
Vacation, benefits, competitive salary, rotating working hours; all in accordance with the terms of the collective agreement in force;

P&WC is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any legally-protected factors. In this writing, use of the masculine generic refers to both genders and is used for conciseness purposes only.