Sheet Metal Technician

Radiant Power Corporation

Hollywood, FL

For 65 years HEICO Corporation, a NYSE traded company, has thrived by serving niche segments of the aviation, defense, space and electronic industries by providing innovative and cost-saving products and services.  HEICO’s high-energy culture focuses our Team Members’ on providing high quality products and services to our customer base, which is made up of most of the world’s airlines and the defense industry.  Our leadership approach creates a dynamic environment that continually challenges our Team Members to perform their best.  Forbes Magazine has historically ranked HEICO as one of the 200 “Best Small Companies”, 200 “Hot Shot Stocks” as well as one of the 100 “Most Trustworthy Companies in America" based on accounting and governance practices.

ROLE: The Sheet Metal Technician provides support in the area of metal forming by fabricating sheet metal and structural units, as needed.


  • Use hand fabrication skills to ensure parts are properly formed, and free of sharp edge
  • Fabricate, assemble, and repair to production sheet metal products and equipment by blueprints, drawings, and specifications. Makes sheet metal layouts; sets up and operates fabricating machinery; shapes metal using blocks or forms; inspects assemblies and installations for conformance to specifications. Plans layout, fabricate, assemble, install, and repair internal and external aircraft structures and surfaces for aircraft modification by technical manuals, engineering drawings, and FAA regulations.
  • Verifies dimensions of parts using both mechanical and electronic measurement tools and, relative to these inspection duties
  • Perform routine minor machine maintenance as part of their daily work duties (e.g., where applicable, replacing machine filters, changing standard light bulbs on machines and equipment, maintaining lubrication/coolant levels, etc. as related to basic Total Preventative Maintenance duties).
  • Routinely move product within the immediate manufacturing work area, including across the aisle, using shop-assigned equipment as required, and complete transactions necessary to move product to the next operation. On an exception basis, move the product to the next operation within a building.
  • Support the continuous flow of products within the manufacturing process by training, coaching, and assisting employees of all classification levels.
  • Drill, ream, rivet, fit, countersink, adjust, finish, and inspect the part to assure specifications are met.
  • Interpret document/instruction (above) to determine the sequence and methods to assemble and repair sheet metal products.
  • Perform other duties, as assigned.