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Aircraft Mechanic (Corrosion Shop)

Yulista Management Services, Inc.
Houston, TX 77002
  • Job Code
    3390
  • Jobs Rated
    178th
Job Title
Aircraft Mechanic (Corrosion Shop)
Subsidiary Name
YTS
Location
Houston, TX US (Primary)
# of Hires Needed
1
Education
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Career Level
Mid-Career
Shift Type
First Shift
Job Type
Full-time
Exemption Type
Non-Exempt
Percentage of Time Willing to Travel
10 - 20%
Job Description

PRIMARY FUNCTION: The Aircraft Mechanic performs a variety of simple to moderately complex tasks on airplane general, airframe and powerplant systems.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Job Title

Essential Functions

Aircraft Mechanic (ALL AIRCRAFT)

  • Perform maintenance on aircraft, including mechanical systems, and/or ground support equipment.
  • Repair, inspect and maintain structural, mechanical and electrical elements of the aircraft.
  • Knowledgeable in the use of, and be able to train others in the use of a wide variety of diagnostics devices, computers, hand and mechanical tools.
  • Provide oversight and have the ability to direct and train others in the completion of aircraft related maintenance tasks.
  • May include Designated System Inspector (DSI) duties.
  • Troubleshoot systems as required to meet customer needs.
  • Document maintenance as per Quality Assurance (QA) and established regulatory requirements.
  • Perform regular Foreign Object Damage (FOD) walks.
  • Maintain tool control. Report missing, lost, found, or unattended tools to the supervisor. Inventory and inspect tools on a regular basis and replace worn or broken tools.
  • Comply with safety rules and regulations while performing day to day maintenance. Promptly report all accidents, injuries, safety violations, and/or unsafe practices or procedures to supervisor.
  • Use NASAs automated maintenance data system (NAMIS) to maintain equipment records. Enter in the maintenance records description of the work performed and verify the work was performed satisfactorily.
  • The Aircraft Mechanic may be required to perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Aircraft Mechanic Sheet Metal (ALL AIRCRAFT)

  • Assembles structural parts and components to meet requirements for preserving structural integrity.
  • Assesses damage to aircraft structural components
  • Advises on structural repair, modification, and corrosion protection treatment with respect to original strength, weight, and contour to maintain structural integrity.
  • Perform maintenance on aircraft, including avionics, mechanical systems, and/or ground support equipment.
  • Repair, inspect and maintain structural, mechanical and electrical elements of the aircraft.
  • Ensures aircraft component balance is maintained. Assembles repairs using special fasteners and adhesives.
  • Checks repairs for serviceability according to specifications and technical publications. Manufactures jigs, fixtures, forms, and molds.
  • Uses metalworking equipment and tools to form, cut, bend, and fasten replacement or repair parts to damaged structures and components.
  • Knowledgeable in the use of, and be able to train others in the use of a wide variety of computers, hand and mechanical tools.
  • Provide oversight and have the ability to direct and train others in the completion of aircraft related maintenance tasks.
  • May include Designated System Inspector (DSI) duties.
  • Troubleshoot systems as required to meet customer needs.
  • Document maintenance as per Quality Assurance (QA) and established regulatory requirements.
  • Perform regular Foreign Object Damage (FOD) walks.
  • Maintain tool control. Report missing, lost, found, or unattended tools to the supervisor. Inventory and inspect tools on a regular basis and replace worn or broken tools.
  • Comply with safety rules and regulations while performing day to day maintenance. Promptly report all accidents, injuries, safety violations, and/or unsafe practices or procedures to supervisor.
  • Use NASAs automated maintenance data system (NAMIS) to maintain equipment records. Enter in the maintenance records description of the work performed and verify the work was performed satisfactorily.
  • The Aircraft Mechanic Sheet Metal may be required to perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Aircraft Mechanic (Corrosion)

  • Performs aircraft corrosion control to include washing, cleaning, corrosion detection, corrosion removal, metal treatment, and touch up painting.
  • Assist in the preparation of the aircraft and/or components for complete repaint.Paints aircraft, and AGE/SE.
  • Identifies, removes, and treats corrosion using mechanical and chemical procedures. Applies corrosion protective coatings.
  • Applies aircraft paint schemes and markings. Applies preservative treatments to aircraft, aerospace ground equipment (AGE), and support equipment (SE).
  • Stores, handles, and disposes of hazardous waste and materials according to environmental standards.
  • Inspects structures and components and determines operational status. Interprets inspection findings and determines corrective action adequacy.
  • Posts entries and maintains maintenance and inspection records in NAMIS. Recommends methods to improve equipment performance and maintenance procedures.
  • Perform maintenance on aircraft, mechanical systems, and/or ground support equipment.
  • Repair, inspect and maintain structural, and mechanical elements of the aircraft.
  • Knowledgeable in the use of, and be able to train others in the use of a wide variety of hand and mechanical tools.
  • Provide oversight and have the ability to direct and train others in the completion of aircraft related maintenance tasks.
  • May include Designated System Inspector (DSI) duties.
  • Troubleshoot systems as required to meet customer needs.
  • Document maintenance as per Quality Assurance (QA) and established regulatory requirements.
  • Perform regular Foreign Object Damage (FOD) walks.
  • Maintain tool control. Report missing, lost, found, or unattended tools to the supervisor. Inventory and inspect tools on a regular basis and replace worn or broken tools.
  • Comply with safety rules and regulations while performing day to day maintenance. Promptly report all accidents, injuries, safety violations, and/or unsafe practices or procedures to supervisor.
  • The Aircraft Mechanic Corrosion may be required to perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Aircraft Mechanic Jet Engine

  • Interprets and implements directives and publications pertaining to maintenance functions, including environmentally safe maintenance practices.
  • Advises, performs troubleshooting, performs engine health management, and determines repair procedures on aircraft engines.
  • Diagnoses and repairs malfunctions using technical publications.
  • Solves maintenance problems by studying drawings, wiring and schematic diagrams, technical instructions, and analyzing operating characteristics of aircraft engines and propellers.
  • Inspects, certifies, and approves completed maintenance actions. May be assigned Designated System Inspector Duties (DSI)
  • Removes, installs, inspects, repairs, and modifies engines, engine modules and components, and propellers and propeller components.
  • Disassembles and assembles engines and propellers adhering to prescribed procedures.
  • Prepares engines and propellers for installation, storage, or transportation.
  • Tests components using bench mockups and test equipment.
  • Installs and removes engines on test stands, and operates, evaluates, and performs test stand functions on engines.
  • Accomplishes operator maintenance on test stands.
  • Inspects and maintains engine ground SE. Operates and performs operator inspections on related SE.
  • Selects, uses, and cares for special tools, hand tools, and test equipment.
  • Maintain tool control. Report missing, lost, found, or unattended tools to the supervisor. Inventory and inspect tools on a regular basis and replace worn or broken tools.
  • Uses and disposes of hazardous waste and materials.
  • Analyzes, interprets, and recommends maintenance actions based on unscheduled engine removals and engine monitoring system data.
  • Recommends forecast actions to the weekly or monthly maintenance schedules.
  • Use NASAs automated maintenance data system (NAMIS) to maintain equipment records
  • The Aircraft Jet Engine Mechanic may be required to perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Aircraft Mechanic - Hydraulics

  • Identifies and isolates malfunctions, services bleeds, bench checks, rigs, and performs adjustments to aircraft hydraulic components, associated electrical components, power systems, landing gear, nose wheel steering, brakes, flight controls, engine start systems, recovery systems, air induction systems, and canopy systems. Inspects and pressure tests hydraulic hose and tube assemblies.
  • Drains and flushes hydraulic systems.
  • Overhauls, repairs, adjusts, aligns, and tests hydraulic system and sub-system components.
  • Fabricates and bench checks hose assemblies.
  • Operates and maintains shop equipment.
  • Uses hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical/electronic principles and fundamentals, technical orders, and schematic diagrams to isolate malfunctions.
  • Handles, labels, and disposes of hazardous materials and waste according to federal, state and local environmental standards.
  • Perform maintenance on aircraft, including mechanical systems, and/or ground support equipment.
  • Repair, inspect and maintain structural, mechanical and electrical elements of the aircraft.
  • Knowledgeable in the use of, and be able to train others in the use of a wide variety of diagnostics devices, computers, hand and mechanical tools.
  • Provide oversight and have the ability to direct and train others in the completion of aircraft related maintenance tasks.
  • May include Designated System Inspector (DSI) duties.
  • Troubleshoot systems as required to meet customer needs.
  • Document maintenance as per Quality Assurance (QA) and established regulatory requirements.
  • Perform regular Foreign Object Damage (FOD) walks.
  • Maintain tool control. Report missing, lost, found, or unattended tools to the supervisor. Inventory and inspect tools on a regular basis and replace worn or broken tools.
  • Comply with safety rules and regulations while performing day to day maintenance. Promptly report all accidents, injuries, safety violations, and/or unsafe practices or procedures to supervisor.
  • Use NASAs automated maintenance data system (NAMIS) to maintain equipment records. Enter in the maintenance records description of the work performed and verify the work was performed satisfactorily.
  • The Aircraft Mechanic Hydraulics may be required to perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

None

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES:

  • Beginner to intermediate computer skills specifically using Microsoft Office Suite; ability to learn additional computer skills or software programs. Working knowledge of advanced software applications is preferred
  • Ability to enter data accurately into databases.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
  • Ability to write routine reports and correspondence
  • Interpersonal skills are necessary to work effectively and cooperatively with all levels of management and staff. Will also routinely interact with other crew members
  • Must possess effective oral and technical written communication skills to clearly communicate information to others.
  • Ability to use general office equipment such as fax, phone, copier, scanner, printers, etc.
  • Ability to follow a process.
  • Strong professional customer service skills, including active listening, prompt service and follow-up.
  • Strong decision analysis and problem solving skills; ability to draw conclusions and justify decisions. Must be able to communicate issues to management.
    • Ability to learn and understand corporate policies and procedures and how they relate to goals.
    • Ability to perform basic mathematical computations
    • High degree of self-motivation and the ability to work independently
    • Ability to multi-task
    • Climbs on top of and down from aircraft using aircraft hand/foot holds, capable of lifting up to 25 lbs. overhead, on feet all day, walk up to 2 miles per day.

Job Requirements
  • Job Title

    Qualifications

    Aircraft Mechanic

    • High School Diploma or equivalent required.
    • May require a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airplane and/or Powerplant certification or special skills and/or certifications.
    • 3+ years of aircraft maintenance experience with fixed wing commercial, Government or DOD aircraft required.
    • Experience supporting a NASA/DoD contract.
    • Knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within the field required.
    • Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a Government Security Clearance
    • May be required to travel domestically and internationally.

    Aircraft Mechanic (Gulfstream)

    • High School Diploma or equivalent required.
    • Requires a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airframe and Powerplant certification.
    • 5+ years of aircraft maintenance experience with fixed wing commercial, Government or DOD aircraft required.
    • Requires Gulfstream Aircraft Experience.
    • Experience supporting a NASA/DoD contract.
    • Knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within the field required.
    • Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a Government Security Clearance.
    • Must be able to travel domestically and internationally.

    Aircraft Mechanic Sheet Metal (Gulfstream)

    • High School Diploma or equivalent required.
    • Requires a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airframe and Powerplant certification.
    • 5+ years of aircraft maintenance experience with fixed wing commercial, Government or DOD aircraft required.
    • Prefer Gulfstream Aircraft Experience.
    • Aircraft structural repair experience required
    • Experience supporting a NASA/DoD contract.
    • Knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within the field required.
    • Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a Government Security Clearance.
    • Must be able to travel domestically and internationally.

    Aircraft Mechanic (Corrosion)

    • High School Diploma or equivalent required.
    • May require a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airplane and/or Powerplant certification or special skills and/or certifications.
    • Requires two (2) or more years general experience in aircraft corrosion control. Must be able to obtain Respirator Qualification
    • 3+ years of aircraft maintenance experience with fixed/rotary wing commercial, Government or DOD aircraft required.
    • Experience supporting a NASA/DoD contract.
    • Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a Government Security Clearance.

    Aircraft Mechanic Jet Engine

    • High School Diploma or equivalent required.
    • May require a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airplane and/or Powerplant certification.
    • 3 + years of aircraft maintenance experience with fixed wing commercial, Government or DOD aircraft required.
    • 3 + years jet engine experience in a back shop environment, teardowns, build-ups, HPO, PE and Test cell runs.
    • Experience supporting a NASA/DoD contract.
    • Knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within the field required.
    • Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a Government Security Clearance.

    Aircraft Mechanic - Hydraulics

    • High School Diploma or equivalent required.
    • May require a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airplane and/or Powerplant certification or special skills and/or certifications.
    • 5+ years of aircraft maintenance experience with fixed wing commercial, Government or DOD aircraft required.
    • Minimum of 5+ years experience as a hydraulics technician (teardown, build-up & testing) hydraulic systems components in a back shop environment.
    • Minimum of 5+ years experience as a hydraulics technician working scheduled, unscheduled and troubleshooting hydraulic malfunctions.
    • Experience supporting a NASA/DoD contract.
    • Knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within the field required.

    Aircraft Mechanic Sheet Metal

    • High School Diploma or equivalent required.
    • May require a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airplane and/or Powerplant certification or special skills and/or certifications.
    • 3 + years of aircraft sheet metal experience with Fixed/Rotary wing commercial, Government or DOD aircraft required.
    • Experience supporting a NASA/DoD contract.
    • Knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within the field required.
    • Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a Government Security Clearance.

Yulista offers an excellent compensation and benefits package. We are an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disabilities, protected military or veteran status. To apply for this position, or view all of our job openings, visit us online at www.yulista.com, click on career opportunities.

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Posted: 2019-09-05 Expires: 2019-10-17

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