West Star Aviation
Inspector - DAL
West Star Aviation
Lead Aircraft Technician
Emery Air, Inc.
Aircraft Maintenance Technician - ILG
Dassault Aircraft Services
Technician, Avionics V
Mobile Services – A&P Field Service Tech (Chicago, IL)
Technologist/Specialist, Engineering PR
Airframe Structures Mechanic - RNO
Modify, troubleshoot, repair and inspect all aircraft structures, both primary and secondary on the aircraft. Operate test equipment and tooling used in the repair of aircraft structures. Interpret technical manuals and engineering data to support tasks. Complete assigned tasks with the allocated man-hour budgets and on schedule while maintaining quality standards and performing the tasks within the guidelines of all safety and regulatory regulations and requirements.
Work from blueprints, CATIA models, company standards, work instruction, and performs necessary calculations using shop math to fabricate and/or install complete or major assemblies and sub-assemblies. Modify completed assemblies and sub-assemblies. Perform check or fabricated items. Set up and operate standard shop equipment. Select material from stock.
High school diploma or equivalent. Able to read and interpret aircraft diagrams, charts, structural repair drawings and schematics. Must have required tools. Able to work on maintenance stands, extending 25 feet. Able to work in confined spaces and in unusual positions. Able to lift a minimum of 75 pounds with or without reasonable accomodation. Must not be allergic to fuels, oils, hydraulic fluids and cleaning solvents. Able to repeatedly enter and exit aircraft using stationary steps/stairs with or without reasonable accomodation. Understand airframe systems such as flight controls and slats.
Turbine jet aircraft structural repair training and/or experience-preferably on Falcon aircraft.