Sheet Metal Technicians / Structures Technicians
Commercial Jet •
The Structures Technician reports to the Structures Manager and receives task assignments and technical supervision from the Lead Technician. This position is suited for candidates who have 2+ years
experience performing aircraft structural repairs.
Undertake sheet-metal assemble and
riveting of parts and assemblies on structural modifications to aircraft included on Commercial Jet’s ops specs.Required to read sketches, drawing,
and schematics associated with assigned task and have a good basic knowledge of where to find proper documentation such as SRM references.Required to be proficient in the use of sheet metal tooling and precision measuring equipment.Perform work in accordance with technical data pertaining to sheet metal in preparation for assembly. Perform the assigned maintenance task
in accordance with the Federal Aviation Regulations, manufacturer’s recommendations, customers approved maintenance program, approved or acceptable
data.Perform high quality and airworthy work
in accordance with the Task Card instructions provided to them by the Project Manager and/or their Lead.Become familiar with and follow the requirements of this Repair Station Manual, Federal Aviation Regulations, Airworthiness Directives, Advisory Circulars, Manufacturer’s Service Bulletins, Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM), Aircraft Illustrated Parts Catalog (IPC), Structural Repair Manual (SRM), and any other required to perform their assigned work. Never begin any maintenance unless in possession of the proper, current and applicable approved or acceptable data.Ensure task card (entry/exit) times and materials used are recorded accurately and in a timely manner to task card
employee is actively working.Adhere to Commercial Jet’s standard procedures and policies.Accurately and legibly, record the maintenance or alteration on the proper repair station and/or customer supplied forms including their signature or initials and employee number.Report any difficulties, uncertainties, unserviceable equipment or potential safety hazards to their supervisor and observe all safety precautions in the performance of assigned tasks at all times.Report any tool issues to stores and ensure the correct tag is attached and properly completed.Take part in any required training including GMM and safety.Keep all work areas clean and orderly.Proven ability to work alone and in a team environment.
EDUCATION: High School Diploma/GED. Current FAA Airframe
EXPERIENCE: 0-2 years of aircraft structural repair experience.
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS: Must have own tools, as provided on CJ list of required tooling. Is required to be proficient in oral and written English.
NATURE AND SCOPE:
Able to perform minor to complex structure tasks with little
supervision. Able to use FAA or OEM approved data (i.e. IPC, M/M, OHM, SRM, SB’s, EO’s, DCN’s) proficiently. Ensure work performed adheres to high quality standards.
Commitment to company values and ethics
Dependability: personally responsible, completes work in a timely manner, and performs tasks accurately.Motivation: must maintain a positive attitude and strong work
energy.Organization: very detail oriented and always comes prepared.Communication: excellent interpersonal and oral and written
communication skills -Initiative: plans work and carries out tasks without detailed instructions, prepares for problems or opportunities in advance, undertakes additional responsibilities.Analytical skills: must be able to gather information and use data to determine cause and effect for complex problem
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