Aircraft Sheetmetal Mechanic-Sanford-$2000 Bonus
JOB PURPOSE To perform functions assigned in the repair and replacement of aircraft sheetmetal structures. II. WORKING CONDITIONS Physical Demands: Requires sitting, standing and walking for extended periods of time. Requires frequent bending, stooping, squatting, crouching, kneeling, balancing and reaching above shoulder level. Requires occasional crawling, climbing, lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling weight up to or over 75 pounds. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity. Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range. Equipment Operated: Hydraulic press brake, power shear, forming equipment, hand tools, lift equipment, stands, ladders, glass beading equipment, rivet guns, drills. Potential Hazards: Exposure to high intensity noise levels, extreme changes in temperature, materials identified on Material Safety Data Sheets, working on unprotected heights or around moving machinery, aircraft fuel tank entry. Protective Equipment Required: Goggles, safety glasses, face shields, ear protection, aprons, gloves, safety harnesses, breathing equipment. III. JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Essential Job Functions: Researches technical data and performs inspection, repair and replacement of aircraft Sheetmetal structures including main landing gear fittings, aircraft skins and floor beams in accordance with applicable maintenance manuals, FAA regulations and company policies and procedures. Reads and interprets blueprints, sketches, or product specifications to determine sequence and methods of fabricating, assembling, and installing sheet metal products. Plans, lays out, fabricates, assembles, installs, and repairs sheet metal parts, equipment, and products utilizing knowledge of working characteristics of metallic and nonmetallic materials, machining, and layout techniques. Selects gauge and type of sheet metal, such as stainless steel, steel, or aluminum, or nonmetallic material, such as plastics or fiberglass, according to product specifications. Lays out and marks dimensions and reference lines on material, using scribes, dividers, squares, and rulers applying knowledge of shop mathematics and layout techniques to develop and trace patterns of product or parts. Performs maintenance work such as repair and maintenance of company equipment and shop housecleaning. Makes appropriate entries in Component Removal Log, completes identification tags, and repairable/parts routing tags upon removing components from aircraft. Ensures that proper documentation is made on training record for training received, and signed by Lead, Supervisor, or Manager. Makes appropriate entries on routine and non routine work cards. Marginal Job Functions: Ensure that all work performed is done in a safe manner. Directs activities to protect employees from harm and maintain safe working conditions.
JOB SPECIFICATIONS Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Ability to organize and plan work adhering to deadlines; attention to detail and mathematical skills; ability to read, write, and understand the English language and to follow verbal and written instruction; ability to interpret and apply technical data relating to position; ability to safely drive and operate a standard shift automotive vehicle and other applicable equipment; ability to work with or without supervision. Education/Training: High School diploma or equivalent required. Postsecondary education or training in aircraft maintenance or equivalent combination of education, training or experience required. Experience: Minimum 3 years experience in aircraft structural repair preferred. Wide body Commercial aircraft experience preferred.Certificates/Licenses: A minimum of "A" certificate preferred, not required. Duties not listed within the position description may be required of the employee at the discretion of the department management. Job functions may vary due to irregular working conditions or multiple shift positions