4 months ago
This position is responsible for accomplishing assigned maintenance on 731 engines (all models). This maintenance includes: engine disassembly, inspection and measurements, identifying and correcting discrepancies, engine builds, and engine performance testing and re-certification.
NATURE AND SCOPE:
The A&P Mechanic is responsible for using sound judgment and technical aptitude to make decisions regarding maintenance, sequence, and techniques, troubleshooting and discrepancy resolution.
Customers are present on site at the Hangar facilities. Therefore, professionalism in appearance and communication skills is required in order to create a positive and lasting professional relationship.
Disassembly and re-assembly of all 731 engine types and models.
Inspects engine parts upon removal, taking measurements to match upon re-assembly.
Stages and de-stages engines.
Evaluates removed components for serviceability and document discrepancies (squawks).
Document all work accomplished (a.k.a. sign-off) in a clear, concise and accurate manner.
Accomplish Service Bulletins, Repair Letters, and Airworthiness Directive as required.
Reads and interprets maintenance manual procedures, blueprints, technical manuals, and schematic diagrams when required.
May perform other duties as required by the department.
A valid FAA approved Airframe and Power plant (A&P) Certificate
5-7 years of experience.
Must be able to work 3rd shift (graveyard).
TFE 731 Engine experience preferred.
Must have proven mechanical and technical aptitude.
Must have proven experience using a variety of hand and/or power tools.
Analytical skills required to perform complex mechanical troubleshooting.
Strong communication skills required, both verbal and written.
Responsible for knowing, understanding, following, promoting and continuously improving company policies and procedures.
Utilizes mechanics hand tools, precision measuring instruments, gauges and calibration test equipment.
Observes all safety, environmental and general housekeeping rules and policies. Encourages others to work safely.
Able to work with high attention to detail.
Demonstrates the ability to get results despite workload, competing demands, and a fast-paced environment.
Demonstrates positive working relationships with co-workers.
Must be able to lift up to 75 pounds, walk, bend, stretch, and climb ladders.
Must have the ability to think clearly, speak intelligibly on the telephone and in person.
Must have the ability to manipulate equipment of all sizes, tools, computer keyboards, and telephones.
Must be able to see to disassemble and visually inspect.
Must be able to hear to detect the sources of problems.
Must have excellent hand-to-eye coordination.
Must have good interpersonal and verbal skills in order to interface with customers and employees.
Must be authorized to work in the U.S.