Triumph Group designs, engineers, manufactures, repairs and overhauls a broad portfolio of aviation and industrial components, accessories, subassemblies, systems and aircraft structures. We partner with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and operators of commercial, regional, business and military aircraft worldwide, to provide products and services that solve their hardest problems. So whatever the part, component or complexity of assembly, Triumph is committed to quality, service and meeting the specialized needs of each customer.
Triumph participates at all levels of the aerospace supply chain – from single components, to complex systems, to aerospace structures and their contents. We provide solutions for the entire product life cycle of an aircraft – from raw material to aftermarket service. Our unique ability to integrate a broad range of products and capabilities is our competitive advantage.
This occupation requires the inspection of all materials and parts machined and fabricated from sheet metal, forging, extrusion, composite, etc., those formed by creasing machine and the various peening processes and chemical processes and painting applications including first article inspections as directed. Determines methods of inspection and set up of parts which requires inspection from surface plate, tables, etc., and use of precision measurement tools. Determines machinability and availability of material for subsequent machining operations or further fabrication as required. Inspects parts when made up into complicated assemblies for their usability, interchangeability, etc., and prepare the necessary paperwork. Determines sequence of inspection operations and acceptability of alodine, anodized, shot peened and prime painted aircraft skins, panels and other parts, being guided by directives, blueprints, specifications, inspection procedures, standards and practices. Inspect parts to specification, and determines allowable deviations in dimensions and finishes when not otherwise specified. Inspects creased and shot peened skins, panels and other parts for uniformity of peened or hammered appearance for proper contour of formed parts to specifications. Inspects materials of all kinds, using necessary information needed such as blueprints, specifications, catalogs, purchase orders, standards (both military and customer), etc., and the use of precision measuring equipment. Performs duties incidental to the accomplishment of the assigned task and hands-on hardware audits. Mixes sealant to specification requirements. Each employee will be responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and housekeeping in his work area as directed as well as assuring the accuracy of their work.