Join Our Team of Experts

To build the best aerospace parts and assemblies you first have to build the best team.

Highly qualified aerospace technicians, engineers, machinists, and programmers are in high demand and short supply, today. We’re extremely proud of the crew who work at Enjet Aero.

If you have experience, pride in your work, the drive to become part of an elite team of professionals, and finally, the initiative to continue to push for personal improvement and team success, you may be the person we’re seeking.

These are a few of the types of positions and qualifications in high demand:

Experienced Machinist
Ensures consistent and timely manufacturing while operating and monitoring EDM, Lathe and Mill Machines.

Quality Control Associate
Ensures consistent quality of production and prototype manufacturing by adhering to quality system requirements, programming and operating quality equipment, validating processes, and providing documentation.

Engineering Manager
Responsible for leading and supervising a team of engineers as they develop, test, modify and create solutions to technical problems in a manufacturing environment.

Quality Engineer
Ensures consistent quality of production and prototype manufacturing by adhering to quality system requirements, and industry, company and customer standards.

Manufacturing Engineer
Designs mechanical and electromechanical products and systems by developing and testing specifications and methods.

CNC Programmer
Determines methodology and designs behind producing parts, writes code for CNC machines and creates blueprint set up sheets for shop use.

CMM Programmer
Develops part fixturing methods and writes part inspection programs for CMM and assists with statistical studies.

Sheet Metal Mechanic
Sets up and operates fabricating machines to cut, bend and straighten sheet metal. May also shape metal over anvils, blocks or forms, and perform basic assembly operations using equipment to join sheet metal parts.

Welder
Performs TIG welding operations to join high temperature alloys to precise aerospace specifications.

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