FUNCTIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
REPORTS TO: Interiors Manager under the direction of the Lead Interiors Technician
- Performs skilled work independently or with others under minimal supervision.
- Demonstrates a working knowledge of aircraft systems and theory of operations.
- Demonstrates troubleshooting knowledge and skills with minimum error.
- Repair, remove and install upholstery, carpeting, sound-proofing mechanisms, lighting, cabinets, or wall panels independently or with others with minimal supervision.
- Removal, disassembly, cleaning, inspecting, repairing and reinstalling as needed of aircraft cabin furnishings and equipment as doors, galleys, lavatories, seats, overhead compartments, and panels independently or with others with minimal supervision.
- Able to read and understand blueprints, engineering documents, service bulletins, aircraft manuals and catalogs and be able to perform complex cabin reconfiguration.
- Using hand tools and necessary equipment perform skilled mechanical work as necessary or instructed.
- Records his or her time worked as directed by his or her supervisor.
- Follows safety procedures and wears/uses appropriate safety equipment for the work being performed. Complies with all safety procedures at all times, without exception.
- Performs work standards that meet and comply with all federal, customer and company policies and procedures which apply to him or her.
- Keeps him/herself informed of such policies and procedures and asks his or her supervisor for explanations of anything which he or she does not fully understand.
- Keeps him/herself accountable for maintaining work-related training and qualifications as required.
- Knowledge of basic aviation including: components and zones of the aircraft, LOTO, PPE, Haz Waste, proper use of GSE and other regulatory requirements.
- Reads maintenance manuals, work instructions and safety information as necessary for proper and safe completion of assigned work.
- Prepares and maintains simple records such as work order/task card documentation, logs, parts tags, and time and material records, as instructed.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
SUPERVISES: Non-Supervisory role
HUMAN INTERACTION/COMMUNICATION: In performing the job, an individual in this position experiences significant interface with his or her immediate supervisor, other managers and supervisors, lead workers, other employees, and contract workers.
EXPERIENCE: Minimum three (3) year of relevant experience providing knowledge of aircraft interior maintenance work techniques, terminology, parts, etc.
EDUCATION: High School Diploma or GED required. Familiar with 14 CFR Part 91/121 or 145 preferred. Individuals who desire to be a successful Aircraft Interiors Technician should pursue an FAA A&P or Repairman’s certificate.
OTHER: Must be able to read, write, and speak effectively in English regarding safety sensitive work activities, per FAA requirements.
COMPUTER SKILLS: Individual will perform daily transactions within Flightstar’s ERP system (AMROS KIOSK), vending (POU), as well as research customer’s maintenance manuals.
SAFETY: Work safely and follow safety rules and regulations. Take action to prevent others from engaging in unsafe practices. Endorse Flightstar’s SMS safety culture.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Lifts and carries hand tools, parts, and work materials; ascends and descends ladders and platforms; and frequently works in a variety of positions such as stooping, kneeling or squatting.