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Learn new tasks and techniques in trouble shooting aircraft systems and support Flight technicians
Assist flight line Technicians in the identification and analysis of aircraft systems,structural, mechanical, electronic, power plant failures and support corrective actions post dock & post flight discrepancies.
Document tasks in accordance with company procedure and specifications.
Perform post dock maintenance daily check list tasks and safety and security preflight check list tasks .
Perform day to day planned and unplanned aircraft standard maintenance
Actively participate in the development and improvement of system trouble-shooting skills.
Assist and support a FlightlineTechnician in the repair of aircraft and/or engines and all associated system using safe, cost effective maintenance procedures, such as but not limited to on wing management programs or Engine, APU, ACM, MED trim adjustment, flight control surface rig, adjustment, cabin seat, lav,and galley functional checks, Additionally support Oxygen test, structural repair and servicing aircraft and associated systems.
Support aircraft movement.
Perform FOD check and walk through.
Support aircraft cleaning and preparation for customer delivery and flyaway.
Maintain close working relationship with assigned lead person with regard to schedules, priorities, availability of parts, supplies and tools, and special instructions as required.
Perform work from Work Order, SOI, service manuals, and other data sources to obtain dimensions, locations, alignment, tolerances and other specification requirements.
Use a variety of standard and specialized hand tools, power equipment, measuring devices and test equipment in completing work assignments, and jigs/Fixtures with associated license, such as but not limited to: crane,cherry-picker,fork lift, lifting platform, loading platform, conveyor.
Vision: adequate to enter and read material on computer screens. Able to identify markings and digital outputs on calibrated tools. Able to identify individuals to initiate greetings, the giving of directions and other business interactions
Hearing: able to hear sufficiently to engage in conversation in office settings. Able to hear safety alerts and warning signals.
Speaking: able to engage in conversations in person and via electronic means and deliver information to groups of varying size with or without amplification.
Equipment Operation: Able to operate a wide range of tools and equipment including hydraulic lifts and arms.
Carrying: able to occasionally carry up to 20lbs/9kg while engaging in training, addressing production issues or as part of continuous improvement projects.
Lifting: able to occasionally lift up to 30lbs/14kg.
Pushing/Pulling: able to push/pull items in office areas and on shop floor.
Sitting: able to sit for extended periods of time at computer and in meetings.
Squatting/Kneeling: able to occasionally squat or kneel to retrieve or replace items shelved on bottom shelves.
Standing: able to stand for extended periods of time delivering information.
Travel/Mobility: able to travel overseas and domestically sometimes for extended periods of time and on short notice.