|Job Ref:||5969||Employer:||General Dynamics US||Country:||United States||County/State:||Massachussetts||City:||Bedford||Address:||Post Date:||20/10/2016 05:12|
The technician reports to the lead technician. The technician carries out directives that concern scheduled and unscheduled maintenance/alterations.|
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.
Enacting policies and procedures as directed by the lead technician and in accordance with the RS/QC manual
Reviewing technical data to be used and presenting it to the assigned inspector for review and
acceptance if there is any doubt about its applicability or acceptability, before beginning work.
Performing maintenance/alterations while adhering to accepted maintenance/alteration performance standards as referenced in FAR 43.13.
Accurate and appropriate completion of all required records used in the performance of their functions.
Informing the lead technician of all maintenance work not completed as required in the continuity of maintenance program for unfinished work.
Ensuring the proper use of all test equipment. Ensuring that all defective test equipment found during the maintenance process is removed from service and reported to the appropriate manager for corrective action.
Ensuring that the work area is cleaned at the end of the shift or task, whichever comes first
Responsible for the protection of aircraft and equipment, paying particular attention to the protection of aircraft interiors and components removed from the aircraft
Reviews and keeps up to date on; (a) all the latest publications: maintenance manual, service
bulletins, airworthiness directives, customer Information bulletins, etc.
Notifies the lead technician or the applicable supervisor of any unfinished work
Other duties may be assigned, as needed
• High school degree and two (2) years of technical School, or minimum of three (3) years of corporate aircraft experience
Airframe and Powerplant certificate required. Note: Not required for avionics positions.
Working knowledge of Manufacturers inspection programs
Working knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulation Parts 21, 23, 25, 43, 65, 91, 135 and 145.
Ability to effectively communicate to all levels of Management
Excellent written and oral communication skills