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Aircraft Mechanic II - Aircraft Mechanic

Yulista Management Services, Inc.
Virginia Beach, VA 23456
  • Job Code
    3077
  • Jobs Rated
    178th
Job Title
Aircraft Mechanic II - Aircraft Mechanic
Subsidiary Name
Y-Tech Services
Location
Virginia Beach, VA 23450 US (Primary)
# of Hires Needed
13
Education
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Career Level
Mid-Career
Shift Type
Rotating
Job Type
Full-time
Exemption Type
Non-Exempt
Percentage of Time Willing to Travel
10 - 20%
Job Description

PRIMARY FUNCTION

The Aircraft Mechanic II performs essential functions identified below, other tasks as assigned and perform several administrative duties and responsibilities.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Job Title

Essential Functions

Aircraft Mechanic II

  • Based on blueprints job orders, engineering specifications and/or maintenance instructions disassemble, repair, rework and install various systems and components such as wings, control surfaces, control systems, landing gear, arresting gear, fuel cells, instrumentation, ejection seats and engines.

  • Troubleshoot malfunctions in aircraft structure, landing gear, flight surfaces and controls, anti-icing, pneudraulic engine, auxiliary power unit, and ventilation and heating systems.

  • Install hydraulic tubing, actuating cylinders and cable controls.

  • Rig, adjust and perform preflight tests on various flight systems including landing gear, flight controls, instruments, oxygen/ environmental systems and power plants.

  • Install complete fuel systems including self-sealing fuel cells.

  • Be trained and certified by International Mobile Air Conditioning Association (IMACA) or other industry certification equal to IMACA, to service all Freon type aircraft cockpit or cabin air conditioning systems. (These systems could utilize R-12 Freon, R-134 Freon, or some other Freon.);

  • Be able to recover Freon, repair the system, including removal and replacement (R&R) of components, refurbishment (e.g. replacement of seals and/or O-rings) for Freon type conversion and recharge of the Freon system; and

  • Perform operational tests of cockpit pressurization and defogging systems.

Aircraft Electrical Mechanic

  • Remove, repair, modify, test, troubleshoot, calibrate, and install electrical systems, equipment and accessories used in aircraft.

  • Make functional checks on electrical systems to ensure performance and reliability.

  • Correct malfunctions disclosed by static, ground and flight tests.

  • Replace defective wiring and install new wiring for aircraft changes, modifications and repairs.

  • Overhaul, repair, modify and test aircraft electrical system accessories such as motors, dynamotors, inverters, voltage regulators, relays, cutouts, engine synchronizers, electric motor driven air compressors and activators, direct current (DC) generators, alternating current (AC) alternators, DC/AC electrical controls, cockpit air conditioning controls, engine temperature controls and transistorized control equipment.

  • Install, troubleshoot, calibrate and test complex electrical systems and devices on military aircraft to ensure precise performance and reliability of all electrical systems.

  • Set up test positions using test equipment such as oscilloscopes, audio signal generators, frequency meters, voltmeters, watt meters and ammeters.

  • Test the various units for compliance with the proper tolerances prescribed for transient time, noise amplitude, frequencies; adjust resonant circuits, compute alternative current loads and make all necessary adjustments to bring the units up to prescribed operational standards.

Aircraft Electrical Mechanic (Lead)

  • Remove, repair, modify, test, troubleshoot, calibrate, and install electrical systems, equipment and accessories used in aircraft.

  • Make functional checks on electrical systems to ensure performance and reliability.

  • Correct malfunctions disclosed by static, ground and flight tests.

  • Replace defective wiring and install new wiring for aircraft changes, modifications and repairs.

  • Overhaul, repair, modify and test aircraft electrical system accessories such as motors, dynamotors, inverters, voltage regulators, relays, cutouts, engine synchronizers, electric motor driven air compressors and activators, direct current (DC) generators, alternating current (AC) alternators, DC/AC electrical controls, cockpit air conditioning controls, engine temperature controls and transistorized control equipment.

  • Install, troubleshoot, calibrate and test complex electrical systems and devices on military aircraft to ensure precise performance and reliability of all electrical systems.

  • Set up test positions using test equipment such as oscilloscopes, audio signal generators, frequency meters, voltmeters, watt meters and ammeters.

  • Test the various units for compliance with the proper tolerances prescribed for transient time, noise amplitude, frequencies; adjust resonant circuits, compute alternative current loads and make all necessary adjustments to bring the units up to prescribed operational standards.

Sheet Metal Mechanic

  • Perform a full range of aircraft sheet metal duties including, but not limited to, disassemble, modify, repair, and reassemble complex aircraft metal items and systems, e.g., bulkheads, airframes, spars, air scoops, wings, flaps, pylons, sponsons, fuselages, skins, ribs, gussets and fuel tanks.

  • Analyze and evaluate structural damage to metal systems and items.

  • Develop patterns using a combination of parallel and radial line development.

  • Fabricate, install, and repair a variety of items and systems made from a wide variety of metals, e.g., stainless steel, copper sheet, magnesium, honeycomb, alloys, aluminum.

  • Replace sections and patch old systems.

  • Cut, bend, shape, and form metals for items that have numerous irregu Mechanic lar angles, planes and curves with varying pitch and circumference.

  • Use a variety of assembly joints, complex fastening systems, riveted or welded joints.

  • Drill or punch holes.

  • Assemble or repair items by seaming, soldering, bolting, screwing, riveting, tacking and spot welding. (Assembly methods shall meet appearance and strength standards, as well as critical tolerances).

  • Use precision measuring instruments such as calipers, protractors, snap ring, height, depth, dial and screw pitch gauges, squares, rulers, trammel points, and sine bars.

  • Use oxyacetylene cutting torches and electric arc welding machines.

Sheet Metal Mechanic (Lead)

  • Perform a full range of aircraft sheet metal duties including, but not limited to, disassemble, modify, repair, and reassemble complex aircraft metal items and systems, e.g., bulkheads, airframes, spars, air scoops, wings, flaps, pylons, sponsons, fuselages, skins, ribs, gussets and fuel tanks.

  • Analyze and evaluate structural damage to metal systems and items.

  • Develop patterns using a combination of parallel and radial line development.

  • Fabricate, install, and repair a variety of items and systems made from a wide variety of metals, e.g., stainless steel, copper sheet, magnesium, honeycomb, alloys, aluminum.

  • Replace sections and patch old systems.

  • Cut, bend, shape, and form metals for items that have numerous irregu Mechanic lar angles, planes and curves with varying pitch and circumference.

  • Use a variety of assembly joints, complex fastening systems, riveted or welded joints.

  • Drill or punch holes.

  • Assemble or repair items by seaming, soldering, bolting, screwing, riveting, tacking and spot welding. (Assembly methods shall meet appearance and strength standards, as well as critical tolerances).

  • Use precision measuring instruments such as calipers, protractors, snap ring, height, depth, dial and screw pitch gauges, squares, rulers, trammel points, and sine bars.

  • Use oxyacetylene cutting torches and electric arc welding machines.

Aircraft Machinist (Lead)

  • Set up and operate all types of conventional machines, computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines and related equipment in the manufacture, rework and repair of aircraft parts and components.

  • Set up and perform machining operations on conventional and CNC machine tools such as grinders, milling machines, lathes and drills.

  • Set up and operate 2, 3, 4, and 5 axis machining centers, electrical discharge machines, electron beam welders, electrolytic chemical grinders and CNC grinders.

  • Use a variety of machine tool attachments or related equipment to perform precision machine work.

  • Maintain accuracy IAW requirements of blueprints, drawings, sketches, work documents, aircraft technical documents, manuals, bulletins and directives.

  • Produce assigned work IAW established standards.

  • Perform all work in compliance with all safety rules and regulations in the production shop environment.

Aircraft Machinist

  • Set up and operate all types of conventional machines, computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines and related equipment in the manufacture, rework and repair of aircraft parts and components.

  • Set up and perform machining operations on conventional and CNC machine tools such as grinders, milling machines, lathes and drills.

  • Set up and operate 2, 3, 4, and 5 axis machining centers, electrical discharge machines, electron beam welders, electrolytic chemical grinders and CNC grinders.

  • Use a variety of machine tool attachments or related equipment to perform precision machine work.

  • Maintain accuracy IAW requirements of blueprints, drawings, sketches, work documents, aircraft technical documents, manuals, bulletins and directives.

  • Produce assigned work IAW established standards.

  • Perform all work in compliance with all safety rules and regulations in the production shop environment.

Engine Aircraft Mechanic

  • Disassemble multiple type aircraft engines, engine assemblies and accessories and remove tubing, fuel controls, pumps, etc. as required.

  • Break down major assemblies in proper sequence and inspect for visual defects.

  • Determine if parts are functional and reusable.

  • Examine, evaluate, recondition and assemble subassemblies.

  • Maintain, repair, and/or test different types of engines in aircraft test cells or maintenance shops.

  • Be able to analyze problems such as fuel fluctuation, compressor instability or excessive vibration and take remedial action, disassembling to the extent necessary to make needed corrections.

  • Have knowledge of preservation and de-preservation techniques used and required in shipping and or long term storage of aircraft gas turbine engines.

  • Have thorough knowledge of the installation, operation and repair of gas turbine aircraft engines and accessory systems and have a thorough knowledge of engine repair practices.

  • Be skilled in the use of measurement and test instruments such as vibration analyzer, pyrometer and various test benches.

  • Be skilled in the interpretation and use of technical orders, specifications, manufacturers catalogs, maintenance bulletins, conversion tables, graphs, blueprints and various technical manuals; and

  • Observe instrument readings, make tentative diagnosis and disassemble the engine or accessory system to locate the defect and determine the cause and extent of repair work required.

Engine Aircraft Mechanic (Lead)

  • Disassemble multiple type aircraft engines, engine assemblies and accessories and remove tubing, fuel controls, pumps, etc. as required.

  • Break down major assemblies in proper sequence and inspect for visual defects.

  • Determine if parts are functional and reusable.

  • Examine, evaluate, recondition and assemble subassemblies.

  • Maintain, repair, and/or test different types of engines in aircraft test cells or maintenance shops.

  • Be able to analyze problems such as fuel fluctuation, compressor instability or excessive vibration and take remedial action, disassembling to the extent necessary to make needed corrections.

  • Have knowledge of preservation and de-preservation techniques used and required in shipping and or long term storage of aircraft gas turbine engines.

  • Have thorough knowledge of the installation, operation and repair of gas turbine aircraft engines and accessory systems and have a thorough knowledge of engine repair practices.

  • Be skilled in the use of measurement and test instruments such as vibration analyzer, pyrometer and various test benches.

  • Be skilled in the interpretation and use of technical orders, specifications, manufacturers catalogs, maintenance bulletins, conversion tables, graphs, blueprints and various technical manuals; and

  • Observe instrument readings, make tentative diagnosis and disassemble the engine or accessory system to locate the defect and determine the cause and extent of repair work required.

Job Requirements
  • High School Diploma or equivalent

  • Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a Government Security Clearance

  • Must have the ability to pass a pre-employment background and drug screen

Job Title

Qualifications

Aircraft Mechanic II

  • Must have at least two years of documented experience in Aerospace and/or Aircraft mechanical procedures and processes.

  • Prefer licensed by the FAA.

Aircraft Mechanic (Lead)

  • Must have at least two years of documented experience in Aerospace and/or Aircraft mechanical procedures and processes.

Must be trained and certified by International Mobile Air Conditioning Association (IMACA) or other industry certification equal to IMACA, to service all Freon type aircraft cockpit or cabin air conditioning systems. (These systems could utilize R-12 Freon, R-134 Freon, or some other Freon.).

  • Prefer licensed by the FAA.

  • One year of experience in a supervisory role

Aircraft Electrical Mechanic

  • Must have at least two years of documented experience in Aerospace and/or Aircraft Electrical procedures and processes.

Aircraft Electrical Mechanic (Lead)

  • At least two years of documented experience in Aerospace and/or Aircraft Electrical procedures and processes.

  • As a condition of employment, must pass a government administered certification skills examination.

  • Must have current FRC certification and will not be recertified at the start of the contract but are subject to recertification to maintain certification. If not currently certified, or have lapsed or expired certification will be subject to FRC certification requirements at start of the contract and subject to recertification to maintain certification IAW FRCSEINST 4855.6D.

  • Must meet recertification requirements provided by the FRC Quality Assurance personnel pursuant to FRCSEINST 4855.6D, SOP 6.2-5 (6.4) or FRCSE LPS 1210.

  • One year of experience in a supervisory role

Sheet Metal Mechanic

  • Must have at least two years of documented experience in Aerospace and/or Aircraft Sheet metal procedures and processes.

  • Must be capable of performing tasks in cramped, awkward, and strained positions and/or climbing up and down ladders, work platforms, scaffolding, and aircraft structures.

  • Must be capable of performing tasks that frequently require: lifting, reaching, bending, walking, pulling, sitting, and standing, crouching, stooping, kneeling, and stretching for prolonged periods of time.

Sheet Metal Mechanic (Lead)

  • Must have at least two years of documented experience in Aerospace and/or Aircraft Sheet metal procedures and processes.

  • Must be capable of performing tasks in cramped, awkward, and strained positions and/or climbing up and down ladders, work platforms, scaffolding, and aircraft structures.

  • Must be capable of performing tasks that frequently require: lifting, reaching, bending, walking, pulling, sitting, and standing, crouching, stooping, kneeling, and stretching for prolonged periods of time.

  • One year of experience in a supervisory role

Aircraft Machinist (Lead)

  • Must have at least two years of documented experience in Aerospace and/or machinist trade.

  • One year of experience in a supervisory role

  • Preferred the ability to use Microsoft Office Suite.

Aircraft Machinist

  • Must have at least two years of documented experience in Aerospace and/or machinist trade.

Engine Aircraft Mechanic

  • Must have at least two years of documented experience in Aerospace and/or Aircraft engine repair.

Engine Aircraft Mechanic (Lead)

  • Must have at least two years of documented experience in Aerospace and/or Aircraft engine repair.

  • One year of experience in a supervisory role

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: 2019-06-21 Expires: 2020-01-05

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