Operate, test, modify, troubleshoot, repair and inspect aircraft mechanical and propulsion systems on the aircraft. Operate a wide assortment of test equipment and tooling. Interpret technical manuals and engineering data to support tasks. Complete assigned tasks within the allocated man-hour budgets and on schedule while maintaining quality standards and performing the tasks within the guidelines of all safety and regulatory regulations and requirements.
MINIMUM REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• High school diploma or GED
• FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate
• Able to read and interpret aircraft diagrams, charts and schematics.
• Understanding of airframe systems such as: basic electrical systems, hydraulics, pneumatics, flight controls and engines.
• Must have required tools.
• Able to work on maintenance stands, extending to 25 feet
• Able to work in confined spaces and in unusual positions
• Able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds with or without reasonable accommodation
• Must not be allergic to fuels, oils, hydraulic fluids and cleaning solvents.
• Able to repeatedly enter and exit aircraft using stationary steps/stairs with or without reasonable accommodation.
• Occasional travel required
ADDITIONAL DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Turbine jet aircraft training and experience - preferably on employer aircraft.
• Experience using computers and aircraft diagnostic software