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Composite/Aircraft Technician

Job Description and Requirements

Composite liaison
Principal Duties: 

  • As a Composite Technicians, will be responsible to support the supplier’s fabricating carbon composite parts in accordance with technical specifications
  • As a Composite Technician jobs are detail-oriented and involve establishing the properly Carbon parts fabrication and assembly process, including but not limit to: 
    • Crafting,
    • Sanding,
    • Bonding,
    • Assembly,
    • Laminating,
    • Demolding, and autoclave with a variety of composite materials
  • Responsibilities include reading engineering drawings to ensure accuracy and completion
  • Ability to read precision measuring tools and instruments using calipers, micrometer, Starrett scales and dial indicators
  • Ability to use a variety of hand tools, grinders, sanders, files, Dremel, drills, and operate ovens
  • Perform bonding of composite assemblies consisting of various two-part epoxies, metallic hardware, and carbon fiber hardware
  • Hand lay pre-preg carbon fiber material on to molds and vacuum bag for cure
  • Establish the process to remove part from mold, perform mold release
  • Establish the process to perform repairs with the use of various adhesives and resins
  • Establish the process to remove and repair damage of honeycomb and core panels
  • Perform grinding, sanding blending, deburring operation

Produce composite components using the following materials: 

  • Carbon Fiber
  • Fiberglass
  • Aramid (Nomex & Kevlar)
  • Other Advanced Carbon Materials

Techniques performed include: 

  • Wet lay-up
  • Prepreg lay-up
  • Metal-to-Metal Bonding Utilizing Vacuum Bagging
  • Other Advanced Techniques


  • Experience performing all aspects of composites work, specifically parts production utilizing various composites techniques.
  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced team environment, be dependable, and have a desire to learn.
  • Ability to use basic computer functions including Microsoft Office to access Pratt & Miller electronic data & software.


  • Min Ten (10) years’ experience with Aircraft Carbon Parts Production
  • High School Diploma or equivalent is required.
  • Experience working in AS9100 or ASA-100 quality system
  • Experience working in AS9102 (First Article Inspection procedures)
  • Experience with NCAMP Carbon Fiber Material Spec