Structures Mechanic - Lake City, FL

Company: 
VP Aviation Tech Services, Inc.
Category: 
Maintenance
Job Type: 
Contractor
City: 
Lake City
State: 
Florida
Country: 
USA

Aircraft Structural Mechanic (3 years aircraft experience preferred) required to perform airframe modifications in accordance with technical drawings and applicable aircraft maintenance manuals. Additionally, may be required to perform repair or refurbishment of aircraft structures, skins, composites, and parts/components. The structural mechanic must be able to perform the previous tasks with hand and pneumatic tools such as shears, punches, rivet squeezers, machinist's scales, machinist's dividers, calipers, scribes, cleco's, various pliers, mallets, hammers, rivet guns, die grinders, drills, etc. Required to be able to read & understand complex technical drawings and work instructions from aircraft manufacturers and engineering. Required to be able to properly identify, install and remove various fasteners such as screws, nuts, bolts, nut plates, riv-nuts, solid rivets, blind rivets, Hi-Locs, Jo-Bolts, etc. Must be a self starter and work with little or no supervision. Tools and transportation required. Top pay offered, based on experience.

Requirements: 

·(3)
years commercial aircraft experience.
#183;Must
have thorough knowledge of all forms and and documents required to support
heavy maintenance service.
#183;Must
be able to read and interpret technical manuals, instructions, blue prints and
drawings.
·Must
be efficient in the use of tools, gauges, instruments, etc necessary to perform
job.
·Must follow verbal and written instructions.
Performs all work assigned in accordance with approved maintenance procedures.
·Records
work performed and assumes responsibility for that work. Uses blueprints,
schematics, technical drawings, and Maintenance Manuals in assigned duties.
#183;Must be able to pass pre-employment drug
screen and background check.
·Must have working knowledge and ability to
fabricate, repair, replace and rebuild aircraft structures, repair parts and
special tools. ·Must have own tools and transportation.

First posted: 
7/14/2018 3:19:09 PM

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