The A&P Technician for the USMS is responsible for performing intermediate/heavy maintenance tasks, minor through major structural repairs and modifications, and routine R&E work without supervision.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Must be comfortable exercising the full privilege of A&P license. Perform flight control and engine throttle rigging. Able to use FAA approved data (i.e. IPC, M/M, OHM, SRM) proficiently. Must be highly proficient in fabrication, cold working, flap peening and jacking/shoring aircraft. Must be highly proficient in using technical data and drawings to locate part numbers and accomplish repairs. Must have detailed knowledge of aircraft avionics and electrical systems. Firm understanding of engineering methodology for systems installations. Effectively direct the work of less experienced mechanics. Insure work performed adheres to high quality standards. Effectively direct the work of less experienced mechanics. All other duties as assigned.
Commitment to company values and ethics
Dependability: personally responsible, completes work in a timely manner, and performs tasks accurately
Motivation: must maintain a positive attitude and strong work energy
Organization: very detail oriented and always comes prepared
Communication: excellent interpersonal and oral and written communication skills
Initiative: plans work and carries out tasks without detailed instructions, prepares for problems or opportunities in advance, undertakes additional responsibilities
Analytical skills: must be able to gather information and use data to determine cause and effect for complex problem solving.