Ø Extensive knowledge of all aircraft mechanical systems functions and interactions.
Ø Thorough working knowledge of all current FAA Regulations.
Ø Thorough working knowledge and use of MM, IPC, SRM and other manufacturers repair and troubleshooting documents.
Ø Thorough working knowledge of blueprints, work orders and task cards to determine type of configuration and special instructions prior to installation.
Ø Extensive knowledge of aircraft accessories, components and other hardware.
Ø Comprehensive knowledge of estimating hours and materials for completing projects.
Ø Complete knowledge of aircraft fasteners and applications.
Ø Complete knowledge of all related skill area machines, equipment and hand tools.
Ø Ability to install and rig aircraft flight control surfaces.
Ø Ability to operate aircraft systems.
Ø Ability to do engine "run-up" and "trim engines".
SPECIAL POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
Ø Wear appropriate PPE as designated in each work area (e.g. safety glasses, etc.)
Ø High School diploma or equivalent
Ø Airframe and Power Plant License
Ø Must have a good command of the English language, both written and verbal
Ø Must possess a valid driver license
Ø General Safety
Ø Quality System Awareness
WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL EFFORT:
Ø Heavy physical effort required on occasion.
Ø Continuous mental and visual attention required.
Ø Employees may be subject to random drug and alcohol testing under FAA regulations.
Ø Work performed in a shop environment on a regular basis.
Ø Occasional travel to line stations.
Ø Exposed to any number of elements but with none present to the extent of being disagreeable.
Ø May work at different workstations as needed, and/or shifts from one station \ location to another.