- CNC Programming
- Lean Manufacturing
Triumph Group is a global leader in manufacturing and overhauling aerospace structures, systems and components for the commercial, regional, business and defense industries.
Headquartered in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, the company is divided into three unique business units: Triumph Integrated Systems, Triumph Product Support and Triumph Aerospace Structures. Each business provides specialized products and services that when combined, cover the full spectrum of an aircraft lifecycle, from design and manufacturing, to global aftermarket maintenance, repair and overhaul services and support. Key capabilities include:
Systems: Provides integrated solutions including design, development and support of proprietary components, subsystems and systems, as well as production of complex assemblies using external designs. Capabilities include hydraulic mechanical and electro-mechanical actuation, power and control for landing gear; a complete site of aerospace gearbox solutions, including engine accessory gearboxes and helicopter transmissions; and fuel management including full authority digital electronic controls.
Structures: Designs, manufactures, qualifies, certifies, assembles and integrates large metallic and composite structures for original equipment manufacturers. As a large Tier 1 structures integrator, its main products include wings, wing boxes, fuselage panels, horizontal and vertical tails, and sub-assemblies such as floor grids.
Support: Provides full lifecycle solutions for commercial, regional and military aircraft. Triumph’s extensive product and service offerings include full post-delivery value chain services that simplify the maintenance, repair and overhaul supply chain. Through the component MRO and postproduction supply chain activities, Triumph is well positioned to provide integrated repair solutions for customers around the world.
OPERATING COMPANY & SITE
Triumph Electronics & Control Operating Company designs, develops and tests a variety of electrical components including electric actuators and control electronics for use in both military and commercial aerospace applications. The group also provides numerous types of thermal management subsystems and systems, such as heat exchangers, air and liquid cooling systems, vapor cycle and pneumatic systems.
The Electronics & Control Operating Company is comprised of three locations in the US: West Hartford, CT; Windsor, CT and Forest, OH. The group contributes approximately $325M in annual revenue and employs over 800 professionals.
The Forest team includes nearly 160 employees who engineer, manufacture, test and qualify mission critical thermal and fluid management products for use on aircraft, jet engines, advanced weapons pods, cruise missiles, avionics and electronic systems. This includes providing aftermarket services as well.
Ensures maximum cost effectiveness and the reliability of manufacturing processes and workflow. Determines the methods and sequence of manufacturing operations for intricate and/or complex products and machine parts and assemblies; ensures products and processes meet customer quality requirements. Provides producibility input and manufacturing plans for product design or modification. May develop and write programs for CNC machines using engineering specifications and drawings.
Evaluates complex manufacturing processes by conducting process analysis, applying knowledge of product design, fabrication, assembly, tooling, and materials, conferring with suppliers, and soliciting observations from operators/production technicians.
Develops complex manufacturing processes by studying product requirements, researching, designing, modifying, and testing manufacturing methods and equipment; and conferring with equipment suppliers. Prepares written and graphical work instructions to communicate manufacturing requirements to production personnel.
Develops programs for machining parts, tools, or sheet metal on CNC controlled machine tools (G-code). Makes proper cutter selections with consideration for speeds, feeds, cutter types, materials and control system limitations. Selects program routines for efficient calculation of dimensional and machining requirements for each part. Tests and modifies existing parts programs for engineering changes or program improvements.
Designs, develops and implements tools, dies, gauges, jigs, fixtures, prototype model production and machine attachments required for production or experimental use with consideration of accessibility, economy, mobility, and performance requirements.
Refines and enhances products and processes by applying continuous improvement and key lean manufacturing/production principles and techniques to critical or high-impact areas of production. May lead special projects for a variety of products and processes.
Frequent formal and informal customer interface to present program status, including analysis of product failure, probable cause, and corrective plan.
Improves manufacturing efficiency by analyzing and planning workflow, space requirements, equipment layout and establishing and implementing “design for manufacture and assembly” plans. Assures process control and reliability for broad areas of manufacturing that may include supplier base as appropriate.
Assures product and process quality by designing testing methods, testing finished product and process capabilities, and establishing standards to confirm and validate manufacturing process requirements. Determines root cause of failures using statistical methods (e.g. design of experiment, statistical process control) that may result in changes in design, tolerances, or processing methods.
Recommends and implements changes to manufacturing processes by analyzing production, labor standards, and material costs, reviewing production schedules, and estimating future requirements. Performs program reviews of technical issues at supplier base or assist suppliers to initiate continuous improvement processes.
Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing publications, establishing industry networks, benchmarking state-of-the-art practices, and/or participating in professional associations.
Complies with federal, state, and local legal requirements (e.g. environmental, building code, safety, etc.) by studying existing and new legislation, ensuring adherence to requirements, and advising management on needed actions.
Recommends actions by analyzing and interpreting data and making comparative analyses. Analyzes, substantiates, and proposes changes in methods and materials with cost and quality impact.
May provide leadership to others in department. Acts as prime contact on high level projects. Establishes goals and objectives required to complete projects. Trains and mentors less experienced employees.
Shares specialized knowledge with others. Represents company on high-level projects. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. Work assignments may include cross-functional (e.g. quality, design, or test engineering) or project team responsibilities.
Bachelors degree (BS) in Manufacturing Engineering or related engineering field.
Demonstrated ability to perform the essential functions of the job typically acquired through one year of related experience.
Due to our company’s position as a key supplier to the US defense industry. All candidates must possess permanent authorization to work in the United States.