Aircraft Mechanic C
Job Title: Aircraft Mechanic C
Job Location: Greenville, TX
1. This occupation requires a working knowledge and/or understanding in the repair and maintenance of airframes, hydraulics, fuel systems, electrical systems, and aircraft engines.
- Must possess a working knowledge of military, commercial, or general aviation aircraft.
- Reliability, communications skills, workmanship, and good judgment are essential traits.
2. Mechanics at all levels are expected to perform work at increasing levels of skill and complexity as they gain experience.
3. Mechanics with sufficient training, skill, and experience may develop expertise in specific disciplines. Some of these specific disciplines are: Aircraft Electrical; Aircraft Fuel Systems; Aircraft Hydraulic/Pneumatic Systems; Powerplant Maintenance; Fuel Cell Maintenance; Heavy Structural Repair/Modification; Upholstery/Interior Finish.
4. For years 0 to 2, Mechanics will work under general oversight and guidance in such operations as disassembly, assembling, checking, repairing, replacing, testing, adjusting, installing, servicing, fabricating and other operations required to maintain the airworthiness of aircraft and all their components while in service or while undergoing overhaul and/or modification.
Responsible for, but not limited to:
1. Working from drawings, blueprints, sketches, written procedures, planned work orders, technical work orders, work cards and/or any other authorized reference material as required to complete assigned work.
2. Performing structural modifications.
3. Performing flightline, hangar maintenance and repairs on a variety of assigned aircraft.
4. Performing upholstery interior trim repairs and/or modifications.
5. Performing general inspections, corrosion control procedures, trouble-shooting and fault isolation procedures on aircraft systems.
6. Performing aircraft servicing, as required.
7. Fabricating and obtaining parts, with approved procedures. Operating and utilizing all necessary ground support equipment, including, but not limited to, auxiliary power carts, portable lighting, air conditioning or other ventilation equipment.
8. Enter and retrieve production and other job-related data or information using computer systems or other electronic data collecting equipment.
9. Removes, installs and rigs externally mounted components utilizing boom and scissor type lifts and/or other support equipment.
10. Using forklift trucks, overhead crane systems, small tugs, etc. to move support equipment, and aircraft parts, and components, but not to other hangar bays or to other areas across the field outside immediate work areas.
11. Performing other work as assigned that is incidental to primary job duties or other assigned work that may be performed safely using tools that are commonly available.
12. Clean-up of work areas, tools, and equipment. Performs other duties as assigned.
TOOLS, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT:
1. Employees in this classification may work with and use all tools, materials, machines, instruments, and equipment necessary to perform their duties.
2. Management may determine that specific training or certifications are required for certain work, jobs, tools, equipment, or assignments.
1. Requires a minimum of two (2) years of hands-on experience working as an aircraft mechanic, performing various tasks (either as an aircraft electrician, aircraft sheet metal worker, or aircraft systems mechanic). (2 years credit for FAA Airframe and/or Powerplant License).
- Must be able to become Product Quality Verification (PQV) Level I certified within 180 calendar days.
- Requires the ability to read and write in English. A detailed analysis of essential job function physical and environmental factors is on file in the Human Resources Department and the First Aid Center.
This position requires the ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Security Clearance which requires U.S. Citizenship.