Performs work in more than one of the maintenance trades: carpentry, plumbing, painting, machine and equipment repair, electrical, sheet metal fabrication, and welding. Makes routine, periodic, or special inspections to determine repair and maintenance work necessary to prevent breakdowns of facilities, machinery, and equipment. Tests, inspects, troubleshoots, and repairs machines and equipment. Interprets blueprints, sketches, layouts, wiring diagrams, drawings, and specifications. Sets up and operates all tools and equipment necessary to perform assigned work.
Carry out the assigned tasks, in accordance with the applicable maintenance manual. Maintenance performed which have been completed or partially completed have been signed off. Ensure maintenance operations are performed in the appropriate sequence that inspections are requested in an orderly and timely manner and that maintenance activities are performed according to the appropriate maintenance data and customer requirements. Ensure test equipment or tools used to make airworthiness determinations are labeled and current. Request stock as required for the work being performed. Properly record the work performed on the appropriate maintenance record and complete the additional paperwork as required. Maintain work area in a clean and orderly manner. Remain cognizant of applicable FAR part 14S and 43. Familiar with the content of the company Repair Station Manual, Quality Control Manual and subsequent revisions. Responsible for recording time of tasks assigned. Immediately communicating to supervision any procedures, practices or habits, if not corrected might lead to injury, inefficiency or un-airworthy conditions.
The work demands flexible schedule and the ability to fit into small areas and work in confined spaces.
This technical position requires a minimum of 4 calendar years of aircraft maintenance experience, able to trouble shoot repair a vast majority of tasks with limited guidance on multiple manufactured airframes and types. Reports to the Facility Supervisor and/or Facility Manager of company Repair Station. Aircraft Technician Class A 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 is 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.