Production Technician
Pratt & Whitney
Lethbridge, AB
Reporting to the Supervisor, this position supports the safe delivery of quality engines, on time to our customers, by delivering the required results in all areas of production, EHS and other related support areas. This position drives results to our business commitments, continuous improvement, and adherence to all corporate programs.

Specific responsibilities of position :Key Job Responsibilities:
  • Perform assembly, test and inspection functions in a variety of areas.
  • Strip, inspect, assemble, balance, test and package engines as directed and as required.
  • Support the safe delivery of quality aircraft engines.
  • Meet daily production requirements free from defects.
  • Adhere to all quality, legal, EH & S rules and procedures.
  • Maintain a safe working environment, practice Active Caring by identifying and solving EH&S issues.
Key Job Competencies:
  • Able to support all EH&S, ACE, Ethics, and Corporate programs and initiatives by working with people across our facilities to ensure programs are effectively applied (as required).
  • Knowledge of tolerances, fits, mechanical design, blueprint reading, engine performance and inspection techniques.
  • Able to maintain flexibility to meet changing priorities.
Qualifications required :
  • Ability to read and write English is required.
  • Ability to work rotating shifts, including nights, to support production requirements.
  • Minimum High School Diploma with strong mechanical aptitude; two year post-secondary education in the field of aeronautics is preferred.
  • Physically able to lift/ carry up to 25 pounds
  • Able to bend, reach, push, pull, use hand tools
Risks:
  • Skin absorption, eye contact, ingestion and inhalation of chemicals.
  • Potential hearing loss/damage due to noise exposure.
  • Hand and foot injuries due to pinch points, dropped tools or parts, sharp tools or parts.
  • Risks associated to suspended loads.
  • Contact with PIVs.
  • Burns from part heaters or hot parts.
  • Ergonomic injuries due to repetitive actions, power and manual hand tools and computer work.
  • Electrical/LOTO risks.
  • Risks associated to the use of compressed gas.
  • Fatigue related to shift work/schedule.
Field of studies :Additional Information :
Lethbridge Operations operates on a 12 hrs shift rotation on 7 days. Candidate must be available to work during days, night and weekends.