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Company name : BOEING
Location : Auburn, WA 98001
Position : General Machinist Apprentice
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Manufacturing Machinists set up and operate various conventional and numerical control machine tools to fabricate close tolerance, high quality parts from metals, plastics, and composite materials, often in a cellular manufacturing environment. In addition to machine training, the Manufacturing Machinist apprenticeship includes use of precision measuring tools, trade related bench work, inspection, numerical machine programming, heat treat, layout operations, tool grinding, and machine related processes. Term: 8,000 hours, 4 years (7,360 on-the-job hours and 640 school hours)
All applicants must complete an assessment or course within the last 5 years at their local Washington State community or technical college. The applicant must have minimum placement results or course completion as follows: Math Intermediate Algebra, English 90. An Assessment may be completed prior to the time of application, but no later than 14 days following a request for document verification.
I plan to qualify through Vocational Training. All courses must be completed before applying.
Basic Blueprint Reading or Machine Blueprint Reading
Basic Precision Measuring Tools
Milling Machine (a course minimum of 80 hours, or 5 or more credits)
Lathe (a course minimum of 80 hours, or 5 or more credits)
A passing score of at least 80% is required for all Boeing classes or challenge tests, and a grade of “C” or better for all non-Boeing educational transcripts. Boeing employees can challenge most courses at an ERT Lab. Documentation for all course completions and test challenges must be provided upon request and completed prior to applying. Any course of equivalent content is an acceptable substitute to the noted courses.
I plan to qualify through Work Experience. One year of trade related work experience and assessment placement or course results noted above. Examples of some trade related work experience are listed below. The one-year minimum requirement may be composed of a combination of trade related work experiences. A resume listing your work experience must be available upon request.
Work Experience Examples:
Boring Mills (Vertical, Horizontal)
Computer Numerical Control
Drills (Radial, Press, NC)
Grinding (Internal, External, Surface, Thread)
Jig Bore, Jig Grinder
Lathes (Conventional, NC, CNC, Turret)
Layout (Conventional, CMM)
Mills (Conventional, NC, CNC, Profile)
Trade Related Bench Work
Potential Locations: Everett, Seattle and Auburn
This 4-year apprenticeship is 8,000 hours in length (7,360 on-the-job hours and 640 school hours) and includes paid on-the-job training and unpaid classroom education. The first 20% of the on-the-job training is a probationary period. Apprentices attend school for 160 unpaid hours per school year (four hours each week) at the SSCC Georgetown Apprenticeship and Education Center. Apprentice wages are defined in Article 17 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the International Association of Machinists and The Boeing Company. Apprentices begin at labor grade zero and advance one labor grade for every 1000 apprenticeship hours. Graduates are placed in the target job at the maximum rate and receive a Journey-worker Certificate and Card, recognized worldwide. Eligibility: Applicants must be at least 18 years of age; must be eligible for hire or rehire at Boeing; must never have been enrolled in or completed an IAM/Boeing Joint Apprenticeship program; must have a GED or a high school diploma; and must have US person status as defined by Boeing. Minimum Qualifications: There are two ways to apply for this apprenticeship program: Vocational Training or Work Experience. To qualify through vocational training, complete all of the courses listed at http://www.iam-boeing-apprenticeship.com for this trade prior to submittal of an application. To qualify through work experience, the minimum requirement is one year of trade related work experience. Cellular Manufacturing Machinists set up and operate various conventional and numerical control machine tools to fabricate close tolerance, high quality parts from metals, plastics, and composite materials in a cellular manufacturing environment. In addition to machine training, the Cellular Manufacturing Machinist apprenticeship includes use of precision measuring tools, trade related bench work, inspection, numerical machine programming, heat treat, layout operations, tool grinding, and machine related processes. Areas of on-the-job training include Surface Grinding; O.D. Grinding; I.D. Grinding; Conventional Milling; CNC; Drills/Reamers; Highspeed; Carbide; Conventional Turning; NC/CNC Lathe; Basic Layout; Advanced Layout; Inspection; Cellular Manufacturing; Conventional/CNC Boring; Jig Bore; Heat Treat; Programming; Composite Awareness; Drilling; Assembly; Shotpeen; Tankline; Deburr; and Saw.
Equal Opportunity Employer:
Boeing is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military/veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
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