Our Unical 145 Aero Structures shop handles a high volume of repair and overhaul work for nacelles, thrust reversers, cowlings, flaps and a whole host of aero structures from a wide range of commercial aircraft. We are looking for multi-skilled mechanics experienced in nacelle component overhaul, flight control overhaul, and back shop experience. This position is located in City of Industry, California. Day shift only from 7:00am-3:45pm. No relocation assistance is offered at this time.
Working with limited supervision, the ideal candidate will perform overhauls, repairs and test to aviation parts, and various other components in accordance with repair station rules and specifications.
Performing nacelle component overhaul, flight control overhaul, and back shop experience
Perform sheet metal/structural repairs as needed on components received by the repair station.
Perform maintenance on components received by the repair station including; disassembly, cleaning, inspection, repair/overhaul, assembly and testing.
Document maintenance completed in accordance with federal regulations, repair station rules and specifications
Maintains a clean and organized work area
Must use and wear required PPE within assigned production work area
Operate required machinery and equipment in a proper manner following established safety rules
Read, understand and adhere to Safety Data Sheet guidelines
Provide technical assistance to other personnel as needed
Other duties as assigned
Working knowledge of sheet metal / structural repair techniques and processes
Working knowledge of aircraft component technical data such as SRM, CMM, engineering drawings etc.
Working knowledge in the use of inspection tooling and basic hand tools required in the course of work including but not limited to the following; torque wrenches, micrometers, dial indicators, height gauge, calipers, depth gauges, rivet guns, drill motors, pneumatic die grinders, etc.
High School Diploma or GED
Ability to follow written and verbal instructions
Attention to detail
Ability to prioritize and complete multiple tasks simultaneously
1-7 years’ experience in aircraft component repair/overhaul or related experience preferred
Airframe and Powerplant Certificate preferred
Ability to pass DOT drug and alcohol test
U.S. person or U.S. lawful permanent resident preferred due to iTAR regulations
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Basic computer skills
Basic Shop Math
General knowledge regarding concepts, theories and principles of aerodynamics, hydraulic systems, electrical systems, pneumatic systems and composite repairs
Must be able to wear a respirator mask for extended periods as required
Work in machine shop / component repair environment
Momentary exposure to high noises
Exposure to chemicals and cleaning agents
Personal Protection Equipment may be required for certain tasks
Travel: Minimal travel may be required (2% or less)
Language: Ability to read, write, speak and understand English.