Assists the Supervisor, Component Shop in scheduling repair/overhaul work for the various shops. Performs repair tasks and leads others in carrying out repairs and overhauls.
- Assists the Supervisor, Component Shop in making work assignments within area of responsibility.
- Ensures that all repairs and overhauls to components and accessories are carried out in accordance with FAA and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) repair procedures and policies, and ensures conformance to prescribed standards and tolerances.
- Works with and provides instruction and on-the-job training to assigned personnel.
- Carries out diagnostic, repair and overhaul tasks along with technicians and specialists, observing approved and prescribed procedures.
- Personally carries out or assists specialists in carrying out technically complex repairs.
- Ensures that assigned technicians, specialists, and trainees use appropriate manual references and proper tools in performing their repair duties.
- Monitors quality of work in progress, as well as performance to production schedule ; works with Supervisor, Component Shop to implement ways to remedy behind schedule conditions.
- Spot checks work packages to see that all documentation has been completed ; assists in the maintenance of records and technical data required by the FAA.
- Monitors and tracks parts shortages ; assists supervisor in planning work-arounds to alleviate shortage conditions.
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
- High School/ GED
- A & P license preferred, relevant experience or repairman certificate may substitute for A & P license.
- IT Tools : e.g.: MS Office, Internet, Component Control, Lotus Notes,
- .Advanced Technician Role, requiring Advanced Skills to perform all standard tasks within the Technical Area assigned to.
- Generally at least 5-7 years of experience in Structures/Sheetmetal repairs and applications.
- FAA repair station experience.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
- Standard aircraft wiring practices
- Light sheet metal fabrication
- Blueprint and wiring diagrams
- Electrical components
- Soldering techniques
- Proficient in electronic/Avionic test equipment
- Electronic/Avionic Troubleshooting skills
Working Conditions / Environment/ Special Requirements
- Ability to work in a safe professional manner adhering to all regulatory requirements including, OSHA, EPA, State and Federal regulations.
- As required by the position, must have the ability to wear a respirator as per OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134 "Respirator Protection" regulations with no restrictions that would prevent the proper use and/or seal of the respirator.
- Ability to work flexible hours and different shifts if required
- Employees will be subject to the random drug and alcohol testing under FAA regulations
Personal and behavioural requirements:
Accountability, Pride, Strong Interpersonal Skills, Team Player, Trust, Use Sound Judgement, Show Work Commitment, Act with Integrity.
GENERAL COMMITMENT FOR ALL EMPLOYEES
- Commitment to company values and complies with department norms, policies, directives, and procedures.
- Incorporates Lean and P3E processes and concepts into daily activities.
- Strive for continuous improvement to processes and procedures.
- Honors and protects confidential and proprietary documents and information.
- Satisfies work schedule requirements.
- The job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of all activities, duties or responsibilities that are required by the employee. Performs other duties as assigned