about 1 year ago
The Interiors Mechanic is responsible to perform aircraft maintenance and/or repairs within estimated time and within HAECO, FAA, and customer standards of quality. This includes organizing his/her work plan in an efficient and resourceful manner. The Interiors Mechanic is responsible to work in a safe manner, eliminating waste, and delivering a quality product on time. Interiors Mechanics are limited to working equipment, furnishings, placards, markings, and applicable waste/water systems for aircraft as defined by ATA Spec. 100 Aircraft System groups 11, 25, and 38.
ADA ESSENTIAL FUNCTION:
1. Fabricate parts as required.
2. Layout and perform interior reconfigurations and repairs.
3. Follow all applicable specifications to accomplish a specific task.
4. Maintain a clean and safe working environment.
5. Perform work within estimated hours.
6. Follow all safety procedures and specifications.
7. Execute all required paperwork in connection with assigned normal duties.
8. Use and operate ground support equipment, as applicable and if qualified, in a safe manner.
9. Work with little or no supervision and accomplish assignments with little or no rework.
10. Assist other employees in the performance of their job assignments through coaching, counseling, and guidance.
11. Interface effectively with members of management, other departments, and co-workers.
1. High School diploma or equivalent.
2. Must provide own tools as required on company tool list.
3. Language (read, write, speak, and understand English)
4. Two (2) or more years experience on heavy transport category aircraft.
1. FAA Airframe and Powerplant or FAA Airframe certificate.
2. Two (2) or more years experience with repair/manufacture of laminate materials/products.
3. Previously demonstrated ability within HAECO.