To assemble, install, rig, rework mechanical and electrical aircraft systems. May be required to work under the assistance of higher grade operators.
I. Works in accordance with airplane order, blueprints, engineering specifications, standard procedures, oral and written instructions to perform any combination of the following duties with a minimum amount of supervision.
a. Performs any layout, math computation or planning necessary to assemble and install a variety of major aircraft structures and assemblies, landing gear systems, props and optional equipment installations.
b. Installs and/or reworks a variety of engine accessories such as oil and fuel pumps, generator, hydraulic and vacuum pumps.
c. Services, installs, adjusts radio(s), electrical and electronic systems on the aircraft and requests or recommends installations or other essential changes as required.
II. Uses aircraft mechanic’s hand tools such as screwdrivers, torque and impact wrenches, pliers and hammers plus sheet metal tools such as rivet gun, drill motor, portable dimpling equipment, bucking bars, file and some measuring devices such as scale.
III. Requires to repair and rework sheet metal parts and assemblies involving operations such as cutting, filing, drilling, countersinking, fitting, shimming, riveting and bucking.
IV. Performs other related duties as required.
Requires a high school education or equivalent. Uses simple arithmetic, blueprints and specifications.
Requires minimum of six (6) months of final assembly, sheet metal assembly or radio and electrical repair or directly related experience.
This role is eligible for $2,000 (pre-tax) sign-on bonus
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- Competitive starting salaries with growth potential
- Health benefits beginning day one
- Tuition assistance and continuing education programs
- 12-paid holidays a year
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