• Category
    Industrial & manufacturing - Assembly / Production
  • Job type
  • Location
    Oakville, Ontario

Adecco is currently hiring for a contract Aerospace Assembler in Oakville. To qualify for this Aerospace Assembler role, you must have three or more years assembly experience, understanding of hydraulics and electrical control systems while being able to perform testing, meets all requirements under ITAR and CCGP. 

Aerospace Assembler Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for assembling and testing of landing gear struts and components per UTAS drawing and ATP requirements including hydraulic and electrical testing
  • Perform replacements, repairs and retrofit of MLG, NLG, Linkages, Actuators and LRU's per Assembly Process Sheets, Engineering instructions and drawing requirements. 
  • Perform electrical and hydraulic functional tests per Engineering Instruction and Acceptance Test Procedures 
  • Support quality initiatives by performing self-inspection 
  • Perform duties as assigned (sub-assemblies, bushing installation, calibration and shelf life activities) 
Aerospace Assembler Qualifications: 
  • Grade 12 Diploma or equivalent plus recognized and accredited college trade program
  • 3+ years assembly experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of hydraulics and electrical control systems while being able to perform testing using equipment in compliance with UTAS standards
  • Ability to follow instructions or assembly blueprints
  • Strong communication and organizational skills
  • Must meet all requirements under ITAR and CCGP, Candidates may be tested 

If you are interesting in this Aerospace Assembler job in Oakville, apply by clicking the "apply now" button below.


  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_021098_12250030

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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