Aviation Maintenance Technician II
Requisition #: 263633
Thank you for inquiring about the opportunity to become an Aviation Maintenance Technician - Dept. 384 - HANGAR COMPOSITEHave a valid driver's license
Be authorized to work in the US
Have the ability to work a flexible schedule including weekends and holidays
Job Summary: The Aviation Maintenance Technician position duties include, but are not limited to: responsible for the cleaning and repair of aircraft parts, perform tasks such as but not limited to sanding, blasting, composite lay-ups, metal bonding, coating, and weight and balance. Also performs inspections during rework and documents maintenance procedures.
Must possess Airframe (A) and Powerplant (P) licenses. Must have the ability to work rotating shifts and/or weekends as needed. Must be able to use machines common to shop and office, adjusting settings or controls to produce changes in equipment or materials such that output conforms to set standards or tolerances. Must be able to read and write at a level to comprehend and apply information contained in detailed and complex technical manuals, procedural manuals, wiring diagrams, blueprints, etc. with little or no assistance. Must demonstrate a willingness to practice safe work habits as evidenced through behavior and attitude. Must be able to study, master and apply a series of steps, rules and guidelines needed to perform a variety of specific tasks. Must be able to learn and apply new skills, procedures or policies that may conflict with existing information. Must be able to respond flexibly to changing or multiple work demands. Must be able to work without close supervisory direction to complete the job without constant assignment of tasks. Must be able to read, understand and apply written text of a technical nature, answer questions, solve problems and complete tasks. Must be willing and able to work with chemicals and materials that require additional PPE to protect and keep them safe. Must be able to work off ladders, stands, and man-lifts "at heights", to access areas that require repairs. Must demonstrate the ability to look up CMM and SRM references to accomplish composite repairs. Must demonstrate the ability to learn and accomplish basic composite repairs in 60 days. Will be expected to work the shop part repairs, Base Maintenance on wing repairs and Line Maintenance on wing repairs. Must be willing to except road trips to other station to work AOG A/C needing composite and other repairs as required. Must achieve a satisfactory score on testing structured to determine the ability to perform essential job functions in the composite shop. .
To qualify for this position you must:
Practices safety conscious behaviors in all operational processes and procedures.