Royell Manufacturing, Inc
We are Royell Manufacturing, Inc. and we are adding an experienced Assembly Specialist to our team!
Royell Manufacturing, Inc. is an independent company and global supplier of structural airplane parts such as precision components, kits and assemblies for the aerospace industry. Products are machined and fabricated from aluminum, titanium and specialty alloys for large commercial, regional and business aircraft programs.
The company is committed to delivering exceptional value to our customers through sustainable solutions focusing on quality, productivity and affordability. Royell has a culture of collaboration, continuous improvement and best practices. With mature lean techniques and corresponding online systems, product visibility is company-wide.
Assembly Specialist 1 is an entry-level to moderately experienced position. This position completes a range of assemblies from uncomplicated assemblies in high volume to more complex assemblies as they develop skills with technical assistance.
Identifies proper installation method from SWP’s or drawings and perform installations using press fit, wet sealant, shrink fit, and fillet sealed methods to meet specification requirements.
Sets up a lathe and ream/bore bushings to a pre-installation size and tolerance specified on SWP’s, drawings, or routings.
Performs reaming or boring operations to bring installed bushings to final size meeting drawing requirements for diameter, roundness, and concentricity.
Identifies proper drill and /or reamer size and hole tolerance from SWP’s or drawing and prepare acceptable holes including deburr and countersinks.
Installs solid and pull-type countersunk and universal head rivets, straight shank permanent fasteners using hand held and bench or floor mounted rivet squeezes, rivet pullers, hi-lok runners or wrenches resulting in installations acceptable per specification.
Identifies torque values from SWP’s, drawings, or routings, set up torque wrenches, and install nuts and bolts to meet specification requirements.
Applies or installs safety devices or markings such as cotter pins, torque stripe, or lockwire resulting in installations acceptable per specification.
Sealant, adhesive, and touch-up paint Application:
Selects the proper sealant, adhesive, and touch-up paint from information on SWP’s, routings, and drawings, and comply with the Shelf Life Check-out Process.
6 months prior experience in assembly work, or demonstrated ability to perform the essential functions of the job.
High school diploma or equivalent GED certificate of completion
Prior work experience in a high-volume or aerospace assembly environment
Formal training in aerospace assembly, such as a WATR Center certificate
Royell Manufacturing, Inc. offers a great career growth culture, competitive salary, holidays, vacation, comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, life, AD&D coverage, and a 401(k) plan.