Fuel Cell Mechanic- Greenville- SC

HSGI, Inc.
Job Type: 
South Carolina

Perform removal, installation, and inspection functions of fuel cells and assembly, and installation of components such as fuel lines, hardware, and fittings on various aircraft.#160;Analyze various aircraft sealing, structural, and assembly drawings, to detect seal level deficiencies.#160;Diagnose results of leak test to detect drawing, specification, structural and assembly sealing errors. Recommend corrective action necessary to correct deficiencies.#160;Perform disassembly and teardown operations of aircraft fuel systems and related components.#160;Remove fuel cells and components from aircraft, following specific procedures and techniques. Prepare cavity for installation of fuel cells and components. Install fuel cells and components, following specific procedures and techniques.#160;Use appropriate pressure test equipment, and make repairs as required.Check condition of fuel cells for any type of damage; and cavity, for condition of internal fittings.#160;#160;Work from operation sheets, diagrams, blueprints, engineering orders, mil-specs and verbal instructions.#160;Work with jigs, fixtures, and various tooling, as operations require. Assist other aircraft mechanics as required.#160;Maintain schedules and quality standards.#160;#183;#160; #160; #160;#160;


Length of Assignment:#160; 6 monthFirst Shift:#160; 0630 - 1600Must be a US CitizenNeed Date:#160; 1/29/2018#160;#160;Minimum Requirements:Minimum of at least 3 years previous experience on P-3 or C-130 fuel cells preferredCandidate must provide tools in accordance with minimum tool listing, shadowed and etched per company policy/procedures.Candidate must have the ability to become confined space certified for entry into aircraft fuel tanks with an opening of 10#8221;x16#8221;.Candidate must comply with FAA DOT medical requirements for employee performing a safety sensitive function.Certifications/License Requirements: (ie: A&P, Forklift, etc.)Requires respirator physical, FAA DOT medical and the ability to become confined space certified. #160;Must be able to become confined space certified for entry into P-3 and/or C-130 Fuel Cells. #160;

First posted: 
5/4/2018 6:17:44 AM

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