Structures Technician - CVG
The Structures Technician is responsible for performing routine and non-routine heavy commercial aircraft maintenance and/or modifications in an MRO environment, including design of repair layout, routine open/close, performing sheet metal and structural repairs, component tagging, circuit breaker lockout/tag-out and safe/proficient use of ground support equipment.
Industry Competitive Compensation
- Ability to read, interpret, plan & work from Structural Repair Manuals, engineering drawings and Service Bulletins.
- Ability and willingness to assist, guide, train, oversee and evaluate others
- Attentiveness and knowledge of aircraft schedule / assigned job budget
- Ability to meet completion timelines
- Complete skin repairs requiring doublers or triplers containing complex contours
- Complete complex repairs and replacements that require substantial disassembly, such as wing spar, keel beam or other support structures.
- Perform and document all work performed per appropriate manuals and regulations as required
- Adhere to FEAM General Work Requirements
- Comply with environmental health and safety policies/procedures, participate in 5-S activities and perform work in a safe and timely manner
- Remove / install aircraft components as required
- Perform minor structural repairs on composite components
- Assist in conducting hidden damage inspection of aircraft structures
- Assist with complex structural repairs either on or off aircraft
- Operate ground support equipment as required
- Assist with aircraft component repair
- Perform mechanical / electrical removals and installations as required
- May assist with maintenance at off-site locations
- Assist maintenance as required
- Inspect confined areas of airframe
- Assist in designing, modifying and welding metal fixtures as required
- Assist in providing time estimates as required
- 4-day& 3-day Work Week available
- Medical Insurance, 401k & more competitive benefits
- Energetic & Technically Innovative Company Culture
- Paid Vacation Time & Sick Days
- Paid Technical Training
- Must be able to read and write English.
- Must pass airport security background checks and travel for work as required.
- Shall possess the knowledge and ability necessary to perform routine and other work required.
- Maintains adequate knowledge to understand and follow the repair facility’s procedures manual.
- Exhibits positive, courteous behavior with customers and co-workers.
- Assists co-workers and those in other departments to successfully perform job tasks and functions when necessary.
- Occasionally required to sit
- Continually required to talk or hear and to utilize hand and finger dexterity
- Frequently required to walk, stand, climb, balance, bend, stoop, kneel or crawl
- Frequently utilize visual acuity to operate equipment, read technical information, and/or use a keyboard
- Frequently required to lift/push/carry items up to 25 pounds
- Frequently work near moving mechanical parts
- Occasionally work from heights and in precarious places
- Occasionally work around fumes, airborne particles, or toxic chemicals
- Frequently exposed to outside weather conditions and to loud noises produced from engines, APU’s etc.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- Must have a Current Valid Driver’s License
- Must have a valid FAA Airframe License.
- Powerplant license preferred.
- Must have at least eighteen (18) months of practical experience operation as Structures Technician.
Job Ident #:
FEAM Aircraft Maintenance
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