Mechanical Aerospace Engineer Laval 18755
Working on location in Laval (Aerospace), your mission consists in providing technical, quality and logistical support to our client to guarantee the conduct of final assembly activities for these systems in accordance with scheduled production rates.
- Your duties mainly consist in representing our Aerospace division with the client in daily production meetings and in discussions regarding production reporting activities
- Responding to non-compliance reports regarding the equipment generated by client production sites
- Producing the required logistical, quality and technical documentation
- Assisting in monitoring quality performance
- Providing technical assistance to the client on production lines during system integration tests
- In liaison with our Canada office, contributing to the conduct of technical system analyses needed to resolve issues encountered on aircraft in production
- You have a solid background in mechanics or aerospace engineering and knowledge of pneumatic and hydraulic systems
- You have two to five years of relevant experience in the aeronautics industry
- You are dynamic, proactive, French/English bilingual and capable of working on your own
- Your interest and personal qualities help you communicate positively and effectively within an industrial production setting while maintaining a high degree of involvement to address technical issues
The Final Assembly Line Representative works on a weekly shift from 8 am to 5 pm
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The Liebherr family business was established in 1949 by Hans Liebherr. The great success of his first mobile, easy-to-assemble and affordable tower crane was the foundation on which the company flourished. Today Liebherr is not only one of the world’s leading manufacturers of construction machinery but is also an acknowledged supplier of technically innovative user-oriented products and services in numerous other fields. Over the years the family business has grown into what is today a group of companies, employing a workforce of 32,979 in more than 120 companies on all continents.
The decentrally organized Liebherr Group is divided into company units of manageable size, operating independently. This is to ensure proximity to the customer and the ability to respond flexibly to market signals in global competition. Operative management of the production and sales companies for the individual product segments is in the hands of divisional control companies. The Liebherr Group’s holding company is Liebherr-International AG in Bulle, Switzerland, which is entirely owned by members of the Liebherr family. The family business is already in the hands of the second generation and is jointly managed by Isolde Liebherr and Willi Liebherr.