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Job Detail (EXPIRED): Aircraft Mechanic, C-130

View ALL AVIATION JOBS (last updated Mon, Feb 08, 2016 at 22:10 EST)
COMPANY: Lear Siegler Services, Inc. DATE:
POSITION: Aircraft Mechanic, C-130
Location:  Warner Robins AFB, GA

Key Responsibilities:
Install, adjust, align, troubleshoot, and perform final functional and
operational tests on a variety of major aircraft systems, their
assembles, and components such as airframe, landing gear, power
plant, gear boxes, pumps, and hydraulic, pressurization, utility,
fuel, oil, pneumatic, and flight control systems.  Performs
troubleshooting on a variety of major aircraft systems, their
assemblies, and components.  Determines the nature of trouble
and extent of adjustment or repair. Determines when systems,
assemblies, and components are operating properly, whether
portions must be repaired or replaced, and the type of adjustment
and alignment needed.  Uses and maintains various standard and
specialized tools and test equipment of the trade. Disassembles,
repairs, and reassembles major aircraft systems, their assemblies,
and components. Completes major overhaul to routine
maintenance and servicing of aircraft.  Installs, aligns, and
functionally and operationally tests the various major and minor
mechanical and pneumatic systems on the aircraft during overhaul
or modification. Uses such tools and equipment as wrenches,
torque wrenches, speed wrenches, pneumatic wrenches, ratchet
wrenches, and end wrenches.  Determines the pattern of tightening
and amount of torque to apply to assure a solid connection without
overstressing parts. Uses precision measuring instruments such as
micrometers and gauges.  May sign off on work performed by
others, clear safety of flight conditions (i.e. Red-X's) and release
the aircraft to service.  May provide on the job training to lower
grade aircraft workers and to others in related trades on aircraft
maintenance practices, technical aspects of new/modified systems
and components, and safety procedures. Accomplishes operational
and maintenance record keeping, both manual and automated,
associated with aircraft maintenance and repair.  Documents work
performed on appropriate forms, definitive sheets, and AFTO Form
781 series; follows procedures in accordance with the Depot
Maintenance Accounting and Production System (DMAPS)
guidelines.  Initiates requisitions for needed parts and supplies and
technical publications.  Proposes changes to technical publications
when discrepancies are found. Utilizes safety practices and
procedures following established safety rules and regulations and
maintains a safe and clean work area. Uses and assures proper fit
of required safety equipment and clothing. Follows federal and
state rules when storing, using, handling, labeling, and disposing of
hazardous materials and waste in accordance with environmental
standards.  Performs clean up duties, such as cleaning equipment,
sweeping, straightening, and lining up tools and other property in
the assigned area. Carries out work assignments with little or no
review during the progress of work.  Documents all work on the
aircraft and ensures that aircraft records are complete.  Maintains
tool accountability. Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications & Competencies:
Minimum of five (5) years experience as an aircraft maintenance
mechanic, preferably on the C-130 aircraft. Must have the basic
hand tools of the trade. Work requires strenuous effort. Must climb,
bend, stoop, crawl, and stand for prolonged periods on concrete or
metal surfaces.  Must lift up to 50 lbs, with mechanical lifting
devices or with assistance from other workers. Must be able to
enter confined spaces (fuel tanks) and be capable of working in the
tanks.  Must be able to work at heights that exceed 20 feet.  Must
be able to accomplish work using stands and man lifts.  May be
required to drive a motor vehicle. Valid driver's license, proof of
insurance and state registration is required for base entry and
operation of vehicle on base.

Compensation & Benefits:
$22.04 hourly, plus benefit package. 30 days per diem for those
who qualify, plus travel.

Please go to URL below to download employment application.  
Please mail, fax or e-mail a current chronological resume when
you fill out the application.
Mailing Address:
Lear Siegler Services, Inc.
ATTN:  Recruiting
105 Bradford Square Road, Suite A
Fayetteville, Georgia 30215
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