The candidate will follow all applicable Company processes and procedures, instructions, guidelines, and technical data in performance of their duties. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following:
o Performs aircraft assembly and disassembly of all major and subsystems in accordance with technical manuals, engineering directives, and available data.
o Performs aircraft inspections for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of flight controls, components, and systems. Repairs damage, corrosion, loose or missing fasteners using tools, specialized measurement equipment and provides detailed documentation.
o Troubleshoots issues on all aircraft systems and corrects, adjusts, or replaces failing equipment and/or parts.
o Checks and services all systems for launch and recovery with required lubricants, gases, fuel, oxygen, refrigerants, etc….
o Provides own basic and specialty tools needed to perform daily assignments. Tool boxes will comply with DCMA Instruction 8210.series to maintain tool control at all times.
o Supports and practices Foreign Object Elimination/Foreign Object Debris control measures in accordance with FAA and DCMA Instruction 8210.series requirements.
o Operates ground support equipment in support of ground movement for flight operations, flight test, and ground runs. May be required to operate power vehicles, machinery, fork lift, APU, etc….
- Must understand and apply Safety Data Sheets (SDS) associated with hazardous materials required in support of aircraft maintenance. The applicant must pass a respiratory exam and wear a fitted respirator for these processes and applications when directed by SDS, drawings, technical data, or supervisors.
- Must be able to thoroughly describe and document discrepancies, logbook entries, corrective actions, and all task driven documentation.
- Minimum 3 years experience as an A&P Mechanic
- FAA A&P License required.