1.Basic knowledge in the various trades and craft specialties to evaluate/inspect workmanship, e.g. Aircraft Mechanic, WG-8852; Aircraft Electrician, WG-2892; Sheetmetal Mechanic (Aircraft),WG-3806.
2.Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.3.Ability to read and interpret a variety of technical data such as schematics, diagrams, blue prints and technical orders relating to aircraft maintenance, and methods and procedures.
4.Comprehensive knowledge of aircraft systems to include jet engines, electrical, pneudraulic/hydraulic, egress, landing gear,oxygen/nitrogen,flight controls,munitions and structural maintenance on T-6,T-38,T-I aircraft.
5.Knowledge of inspection techniques; ability to inspect and evaluate work performed to ensure technical order compliance, adequacy of repair, quality of workmanship and use of proper methods and parts.
6.Knowledge of various phases of T-6, T-38, and T-lA aircraft maintenance such as periodic inspections, corrosion control, structural repair, electrical systems, pneudraulics, etc., in order to perform inspections and evaluate suggestions and technical order changes.
7.Knowledge of tools, equipment and materials accounting and security; ability to use tensionmeters, protractors, templates, and gauges required to check aircraft for correct rigging procedures.
8.Knowledge of aircraft weight and balance to accomplish weight and balance inventory and calculate results.
9.Knowledge of security and safety requirements as outlined in applicable standards, technical orders, regulations and policy statements.
10.Ability to operate a computer and related equipment.
11. Ability to clean work area and/or job site upon completion of work.