11 months ago
To identify and correct the more unusual
and difficult work on malfunctioning jet, turboprop and reciprocating
multiengine aircraft mechanical components and systems. Performs in specific
area of specialization, and schedules and coordinates the work of others in the
a variety of diagnostic and mechanical duties on one or more jet, turboprop,
and piston multiengine aircraft models involving diagnoses of malfunctions and
required disassembly, rework, repair, replacement, reassembly or adjustment of
various aircraft systems to prepare aircraft mechanically for flight and
delivery to customer. Requires thorough knowledge of aircraft engines,
mechanical systems, and components on all assigned aircraft.
corrects or replaces a variety of complex aircraft assemblies, aircraft
systems, landing gear systems, air conditioner systems, pressurization system,
turbocharges, and optional equipment installations.
or replaces a variety of engine components and accessory items such as
carburetors, fuel control units, fuel injection systems, air bleed systems, oil
and fuel pumps, starter/generators, and hydraulic and vacuum pumps.
knowledge of 100 hours, annual and progressive inspection procedures set forth
in FAR 43. Performs modification work on
aircraft systems and structures.
Performs minor upholstery and touch-up type paint work.
for clear, concise and accurate written reports in logs, inspection reports in
logs, inspection reports and in parts identification for issue and return
be required to observe operation of mechanical systems during flight and
troubleshoot problems for in-shop repairs.
for guiding, instructing and scheduling the work of three or more
technicians and provides job related training or instruction as required.
D. Must be able to obtain and
maintain an Airport Security Badge through the local airport authority (if
other related duties as required.
of arithmetic, blueprints, and specifications plus knowledge of jet and piston
airframe and engine principles. Equivalent to a high school education plus
A&P license. Requires additional vendor training at engine and airframe
five years of diversified jet, turboprop, piston, modification, 100 hours and
annual service experience as an A&P mechanic, with a minimum of 2 - 3 years
experience on Textron Aviation aircraft.
The above statements are
intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by
employees assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list
of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so
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Recruiting Company: Textron Aviation
: Individual Contributor
: First Shift
: 03/02/2018, 6:35:06 PM
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