Operate, inspect, repair and test Support Equipment (SE), self-propelled and stationary, used to provide ground support to aircraft and aircraft systems.
* Operate, inspect, repair and test Support Equipment (SE) in accordance with applicable Maintenance Instruction Manuals (MIMs), Illustrated Parts Breakdowns (IPB's), Maintenance Requirements Cards (...
Performs various routine duties pertaining to requisitioning, ordering, shipping, issuing, and controlling materials, parts, and tools. Provides hand tools, shop supplies and equipment support for the maintenance complex.
Receives, stores and issues hand tools, replacement tools, shop supplies and equipment.
Keeps records of tools issued to and retur...
The Corrosion Control Specialist identifies and applies corrosion treatment/removes corrosion by chemical and mechanical means under minimum supervision.
Strips, pre-treats and paints aircraft, support equipment and parts in accordance with the requirements specified in applicable technical manuals.
Detects and treats corrosion and inspects aircraft ...
The Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor assists management in planning, directing, controlling and monitoring performance to ensure satisfactory completion of the program objectives.
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
Assist management in all matters relating to the assigned contract between g...
Inspects, evaluates and repairs aircraft flight surfaces, structure, fuel tanks, survival equipment and wheel & tire assemblies for assigned and transient aircraft and support equipment.
Operates all associated ground support equipment and uses hand tools, special tools, fixtures and adhesives applicable to return aircraft to operational conditi...
The Plane Captain provides line services in support of scheduled flight operations, including inspection, servicing, cleaning, launching and recovery of aircraft. Will be required to operate self-propelled ground equipment during daily routine. Limited use of hand tools which normally include screwdrivers, flashlights and tools necessary to assist with engine rinses and aircraft ...
The Avionics Technician installs, inspects, tests, adjusts, or repairs avionics equipment, such as radar, communications, navigation, and instrument systems assigned NASA aircraft.
Troubleshoot, repair and modify avionics, electrical and instrumentation systems installed on aircraft.
Solve complex problems by interpreting manufacturers' manuals or si...
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