T-38 - Aircraft Mechanic II (23022) Egress
Sky Quest Aviation LLC •
Location: Randolph Air Force Base (AFB), Texas (TX).
SQA, a global provider of aircraft maintenance (NOT a recruiting company) is seeking qualified and experienced T-38 T-38 Egress/Environmental Control System Mechanics to perform scheduled and unscheduled Depot (D) Level Maintenance tasks she be completed IAW the stated job standard, technical order, and all referenced directives and applicable T-38 Egress maintenance manuals. Personnel can expect Base Hourly Rates; H&W; Paid Vacation; 401k, Paid Holidays.
Aircraft Mechanic II (23022) (Egress Systems):
Provides to include, but not limited to; troubleshooting,installation, removal, modification, repair, and adjustment for a variety of
aircraft ordnance systems such as egress and jettison systems, pyrotechnic and
explosives mission equipment. Selects the best methods and procedures to
utilize in troubleshooting and making operational and functional checks.
As necessary, disarms the system and isolates malfunctions whether electrical,
mechanical, hydraulic, or pneumatic. Troubleshoots each malfunctioning
system from point-to-point, i.e., cannon plug, switches, relays, solenoids,
control panels, wiring, etc. Utilizes wiring diagrams, technical
orders, manufacturers’ manuals, maintenance bulletins, blueprints, schematic
drawings, and other technical information, and measuring devices as guidance
when performing systems troubleshooting tasks. Uses appropriate test
equipment such as multimeters, leak detectors, feeler gauges, dial indicators,
micrometers, voltmeters, impedance test set, armament system set, pylon circuit
test set, weapons firing circuit test set, aircraft circuit simulator, and
missile launch test set to isolate the malfunction. Plans and lays out
the repair sequence, determines which tools and test equipment to use to
repair, modify, and adjust systems. Replaces or repairs components such
as indicators, timers, intervolometers, valves, cylinders, solenoids,
resistors, explosive shape charges, oxygen regulators, and actuators to avoid
removing the equipment or components from the system and routing them to the
shop. Repairs, modifies, or removes the equipment and components such as
ejection seats, canopies, escape hatches, modular ejection units, pylons, and
ejector racks. After repair, makes final operational and functional
checks and adjusts the system under simulated armed conditions.
Uses a variety of hand and power tools in the course of the work.
Job Ident #:
TO4 - 575TH AMXS_SQA
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