Plane Techs "Thin" Sheet Metal Mechanic in Madison, Mississippi in United States

"Thin" Sheet Metal Mechanic in Madison, Mississippi

  • Equipment:Aircraft components

  • Position:Structures Mechanic

  • Status:open

  • Category:Contract

Job Description:

Engages in production activities by repairing and overhauling aviation sheet metal components to include but not limited to: flight control assemblies, doors, panels and any other sheet metal components. The candidate is responsible to service, troubleshoot, repair and inspect sheet metal components to comply with airworthiness standards.

Examples of work performed in this classification include, but are not limited to, the following tasks. These tasks may be amended or other tasks may be assigned as necessary.

• Personally assesses, repairs, rebuilds, inspects, and brings sheet metal component back to their original “like new” condition

• Assist in troubleshooting system malfunctions to formulate corrective actions.

• Insures compliance with Service Bulletins, Instructions and Airworthiness Directives.

• Complies with safety and tool control program requirements.

• Ensures materials issued for assigned tasks are the correct items to repair the problem.

• Provides on-the-job training to new employees as required by Crew Chief.

• Exhibits positive courteous behavior with customers businesses and coworkers.

• Assists coworkers and those in other departments to successfully perform job tasks and functions when necessary.

• Follows all safety procedures and practices as established by the Company and regulatory bodies.

• This job does not have supervisory responsibilities.

Requirements:

  • 3 years of experience in work directly-related to repair of sheet metal components for fixed wing aircraft.

  • MUST have Experience in repairing and overhauling .016 to.100 metal skins;

• Ability to repair/overhaul components in a Jig fixture;

• Repair airframe components and assemblies using technical manuals, service bulletins, blue print and other approved data;

• Ability to read precision measuring tools and instruments;

• Locate and mark dimension and reference lines on defective or replacement parts, using templates, scribe, compass, and steel rule;

• Communicate with other workers to fit and align heavy parts or expedite processing of repair parts;