- High school diploma or equivalent
- Familiarity with FAA regulations and requirements
MINIMUM WORK EXPERIENCE
- 1-2 years in Aerospace related experience; military aircraft maintenance experience; prop maintenance experience.
- 1-2 years’ experience in MRO, assembly, or production environments.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
- Prefer A& P License AND/OR 1-3 years aircraft mechanic.
OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Applies common sense understanding to carry out detailed and complicated written or oral instructions; Able to deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events; Obsessive attention to detail, ability to balance multiple work assignments; organized work habits; ability to work independently. Proficiency with major software programs: e.g., Made to Manage, MS Office Suite.
- Able to read, understand and follow aircraft manuals, technical documents, and other directions written in the English language.
- Ability to use basic math for mechanical measurements.
- Ability to correctly complete paperwork in compliance with work orders and job manuals
- Must be able to use hand tools, micrometers, air gages, and other special tools.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and talk or hear.
- Constant (67-100% of time): Lifting up to 78# from waist to shoulder; reaching forward; handling or grasping tools; stooping/bending; squatting/kneeling; hand or foot controls; reaching below waist; fine finger manipulation; talking; hearing.
- Frequent (34-66% of time): walking; holding up to 20#.
- Occasional (11-33% of time): sitting; pushing/pulling up to 35# force.
- Seldom (1-10% of time): lifting to 65# from ground to waist; carry up to 50#.
- Visual: near acuity, depth perception
Environmental conditions: constant proximity to moving mechanical parts; occasional moderate noise intensity; seldom exposure to toxic/caustic chemicals.
TYPICAL PROBLEM SOLVING
Applying common sense understanding to carry out detailed and complicated written or oral instructions. Dealing with problems involving many variables in sometimes difficult and stressful situations. Examples include: managing many simultaneous high priority projects and user requests.