Ihre Aufgaben:

In dieser Position berichten Sie direkt an den Teamleiter Test Operations und arbeiten Hand in Hand mit unseren Test Ingenieuren an unterschiedlichen Projekten und Aufgaben. Sie kümmern sich im täglichen Werkstattbetrieb um die Herstellung von 3D-Druck Teilen bis zur Be- und Verarbeitung verschiedenster Materialien, als auch um die Betreuung und dem Aufbau von Testständen. Sie geben Rückmeldung und helfen dadurch dem Team Verbesserungen zu erzielen.

  

Ihr Tagesablauf:

  • Selbststudium unterschiedlichster Anweisungen zur Bedienung und Betreuung der Anlagen
  • Montage und Wartung der Prüfstandsanlagen
  • Herstellung von mechanischen Komponenten
  • Be- und Verarbeitung verschiedenster Materialien (Holz, Kunststoff, Metall)
  • Justierung und Kalibrierung unterschiedlichster Ausrüstung und Maschinen
  • Erkennen und Rückmelden von Fehlern an die entsprechenden Teams, Zusammenarbeit zur Ursachenanalyse
  • Aktive Mitwirkung bei kontinuierlicher Prozessverbesserung

 

Ihr Profil: 

  • Umfassende Erfahrung in Zusammenbau, Modifikation und Reparatur technischer Erzeugnisse in der Einzelfertigung durch manuelle und maschinengestützte Bearbeitung wie Schneiden, Sägen, Biegen, Kleben, Schleifen, Bohren, Schrauben, Nieten, Löten, Fräsen, Drehen, CNC und Schweißen
  • Erprobt in der Be- und Verarbeitung von Materialien wie Metall, Holz und Plastik; Erfahrung im Umgang mit CFK und GFK wäre ein Plus
  • Mindestens Grundkenntnisse in Elektrik und/oder Elektronik
  • Hervorragendes und breitgefächertes technisches Verständnis, starkes räumliches Vorstellungsvermögen, Teamfähigkeit und strukturierte Arbeitsweise
  • Kenntnisse im Anbringen von Instrumentierung (Dehnmessstreifen, Beschleunigungssensoren, Temperatursensoren, etc.) wünschenswert
  • Handwerkliches Geschick, kreativer und lösungsorientierter Arbeitsansatz sind Grundvoraussetzung
  • Erfahrung in der Abnahme von Betriebsanleitungen und Gefährdungsbeurteilungen von Vorteil
  • Erfolgreich umgesetzte eigene Projekte belegen Ihre Fähigkeiten

 

The Role:

In this position you will report directly to the Team Lead Test Operations and will work on a variety of projects and tasks together with our test engineers. We are looking for a multi skilled person who can help us with the daily work in the Workshop from 3D printing duties to manufacturing of various components with different materials and the maintenance of Test Beds.

Lilium welcomes people from all over the world. We are a multinational company and happy to support our new top talent with relocation. We have helped our new hires to meet their Visa criteria and successfully settle in Munich.

 

Your Day to Day:

  • Read technical manuals to understand equipment and controls
  • Assembly and maintenance of our test beds & rigs
  • Manufacturing of mechanical components
  • processing of various materials (wood, plastic, metal)
  • Adjustment and calibration of various equipment and machines
  • Troubleshooting and feedback of errors to the corresponding teams, cooperation for cause analysis
  • Active participation in continuous process improvement

 

Your Profile: 

  • Extensive experience in assembly, modification and repair of technical products in individual production through manual and machine-supported processing such as cutting, sawing, bending, bonding, grinding, drilling, screwing, riveting, soldering, milling, lathing, CNC and welding.
  • Proven in processing of materials such as metal, wood, plastic; experience with CFRP and GFRP would be an advantage
  • At least basic knowledge in electrics and/or electronics
  • Excellent and broad technical understanding, strong spatial imagination, teamwork and structured work
  • Knowledge in the application of instrumentation ( strain gauges, accelerometers, thermocouples, etc.) preferable
  • Craftsmanship, creative and solution-oriented work approach are basic requirements
  • Experience in the approval of manuals and risk assessments would be benefical
  • Successfully implemented own projects prove your abilities

  

Welcome to the future

Elegance, speed, comfort and sustainability – fusing to a new form of traveling. The Lilium aircraft is the only means of transportation that can meet the demands of future mobility and therefore shape it now. We are introducing the world's first electric vertical take-off and landing jet. Our ambition is to engineer, manufacture Lilium Jets, as well as create an end to end air transportation service on demand, operating around the world.

Lilium is a globally acclaimed Startup creating a revolution in personal transportation and e-mobility with secured funding and proven technologies (several flying prototypes). To date, the company raised over 100 million USD from two rounds of funding, with global top VCs and funds backing the company’s vision. We are a highly energetic and ambitious team with world-class investors who value outstanding talent, serious creativity and elaborate innovation.

At Lilium, you will work with the world´s most talented engineers, designers and thought leaders to revolutionize the way people travel. We apply an exceptional breadth and depth to our work, we are incredibly focused onto our mission and we are therefore looking for people like us who are continuously striving towards perfection. If you, too, are filled with the insatiable need to grow, to innovate and to create don‘t hesitate to graspthis exclusive opportunity.

Lilium is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals regardless of race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. All aspects of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on competence, performance, and business needs

 

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