• Aircraft Technician Class C

    Location US-TX-Houston
    Posted Date 3 months ago(2/16/2018 5:00 PM)
    Requisition Number
    14661
    # of Positions Remaining
    3
    Position Type
    Full time
    Experience (Years)
    0
    Category
    Manufacturing/Production/Operations - All
    Security Clearance Required?
    Yes
    Shift
    0
    Relocation
    No
  • Overview

    This is an entry level technical position with less than 2 years of aircraft maintenance experience. Reports to the Facility Supervisor and/or Facility Manager of company Repair Station. Aircraft Technician Class C is responsible for performing fuel tank maintenance. This includes preventive maintenance and alteration tasks as directed and assigned in accordance with the applicable maintenance data. The qualifications for this position are basic knowledge, experience and/or training required to perform the assigned task. This position will not be assigned management, supervisory or inspection duties and does not have authorization to sign a maintenance release for approving, maintained or altered article for return to service. Therefore, this position is not required to be certified under 14 CFR - part 65 or be listed on the Management, Supervisor, or Inspector roster.

     

     

     

    Responsibilities

    Carry out assigned tasks in accordance with the applicable maintenance manuals. Removal of fuel tank sealant and application of sealant. Cleaning fuel cells. Removal and installation of fuel system components. Operating test equipment and performing applicable tests. Perform maintenance and repair on aircraft fuel systems in a safe and compliant manner. The work demands a flexible schedule and the ability to fit into small and confined spaces.

    Qualifications

    Required Skills: Comprehend fuel system aircraft maintenance.

     

    Required Experience: Entry level aircraft maintenance experience of less than 2 years.

     

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