H-60 Engine Mechanic (Power Plant)
Services, repairs and overhauls aircraft engines and engine components to ensure airworthiness. Repairs, replaces and rebuilds aircraft engines and related components of moderate difficulty, such as installation and removal of QEC gear, replacement of FMU, fuel controls, gear boxes utilizing hand tools and power tools. Reads and interprets manufacturer’s publications, maintenance manuals, service bulletins and other specifications to determine feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components. Inspects engines and engine components for fluid leaks, cracks and other damage. Troubleshoots, removes, replaces and repairs aircraft engine system components. Performs miscellaneous duties to service aircraft systems. As directed by site operations and site management, may be certified as a CDl. Shall be able to correctly prioritize workload to maintain schedules and maintenance standards on assigned projects.
Essential Job Functions:
The candidate is required to maintain and service H-60 Power Plant and related systems/components as required in support of Air Test and Evaluation Squadron 31 RDT&E Programs in accordance with applicable publications and governing instructions. Applies technical knowledge of power plant system principles in determining equipment malfunctions and applies skill in restoring equipment operation, evaluates performance and reliability of prototype or production mods, and recommends changes to installation specifications to simplify assembly and maintenance. The Power Plants Mechanic II applies basic and some advanced technical knowledge to solve routine power plant system problems by interpreting manufacturer’s manuals or similar documents.
Minimum Education and Experience Required:
- Candidate experience must be clearly defined on resumes by listing specific dates (month & year) and locations of relevant experience.
- Shall have completed the Navy/Marine Corps Class ““C” school in Power Plants and related systems for the H-60 aircraft (five years O-level H-60 experience may be substituted for class “C” school).
- Shall have a minimum of 60 months USN/USMC/USCG O-Level aircraft maintenance experience.
- Shall have a minimum of 36 months experience on H-60 Power Plant systems, 24 within the past 36 months preferred.
- Previous H-60 Plane Captain, CDI, CDQAR, APU Turn Qual experience strongly preferred.
- May be required to become Plane Captain qualified and/or cross-train to additional aircraft platforms as directed by management.
- High School graduate or equivalent.
- Must have a valid driver’s license.
- Must have a current secret level clearance and be able to maintain it.
- Must be available to work any shift.
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