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Title: Aviation Maintenance Technician   

Shift: 1ST  


• Adhere to General Work Requirements 

• Assist in working with production to build or assemble first aircraft and experimental/production equipment 

• Prepare major aircraft sections for mating 

• Perform final assembly, install, and modify first aircraft components, systems, and sub-assemblies, for example, landing gear, engines, flight control surfaces, experimental equipment, and tire build-up 

• Perform minor fabrication and modification of production aircraft parts in accordance with developmental and/or engineering specifications 

• Fabricate and modify production or experimental aircraft parts in accordance with developmental and/or experimental engineering specifications 

• Perform maintenance on experimental aircraft in accordance with applicable technical data 

• Perform inspection, adjust, repair, and/or replace components to correct any malfunction or deficiency with and without power applied to aircraft 

• Prepare equipment and aircraft article for functional testing 

• Assist engineering and vendors with troubleshooting functional tests results and repair, modify, replace, and/or route back to vendor depending upon component 

• Assist engineering with revising functional test procedures as required 

• Set-up fixtures to perform static tests, fatigue tests, pressure tests, bird strikes, and assemble aircraft sections 

• Prepare aircraft components and systems and perform nondestructive/destructive testing, for example, cycle tests and ultimate load test 

• Assist with aircraft set-up in accordance with various flight test configurations to assess in-flight handling characteristics of experimental aircraft 

• Perform minor troubleshooting and/or minor repair of aircraft components and systems 

• May perform aircraft testing at offsite locations in support of other divisions and customers 

• Inspect, maintain, and/or repair ground support equipment as required 

• Perform basic aircraft handling activities, for example, towing, jacking, and assist with fueling in accordance with Flight Test Directives and OIM 


• You typically have 1 year of aircraft mechanical system experience and aircraft sheet metal experience or special skill as required by department 

• You have basic knowledge of safety and operating procedures for power-on aircraft systems 

• You have an A&P License (preferred) 


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