High school diploma/GED. Four (4) years
of applicable installation, fabrication or related experience.
Experience in aerospace industry preferred.
The Interior Installation Technician Senior works under limited
supervision to remove, install, and/or fabricate aircraft interiors,
which may include items such as trim, carpet, sound proofing, light
structure, cabinetry, panels and other accessories. All work performed
should be in accordance with company design specifications, quality
standards and completed work should meet customer expectations. Mentor
and train other Interior Installation Technicians.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Functions: 1. Safely perform aircraft interior removal, installation,
and/or fabrication of aircraft interiors (which may include galleys,
closets, lavatories, side ledges, bulkheads, doors and panels). 2.
Coordinate with supervision and Inspection to ensure compliance with
Repair Station procedures, internal and FAA paperwork, sign-offs and
quality specifications. 3. Mentor and train other Interior
Installation Technicians. Review their work prior to sign off to ensure
work complies with quality control standards. 4. Accept lead
responsibilities as required. Oversee projects or other technicians and
assess requirements of assigned tasks to procure required materials and
documentation for assigned tasks. 5. Utilize the material tracking
system to create parts demand, track squawks and to sign-off work. 6.
Follow standard operating procedures when using tools and equipment such
as hand tools, band saws, shears, sanders and brakes. Properly care for
and maintain shop equipment and tools. 7. Prepare and install aircraft
interior items in accordance with company operation procedures and
quality standards. 8. Remove and re-install nut plates, inserts and
other fasteners used in aircraft interiors. Apply proper use of hardware
and fittings on aircraft installations. 9. Comply with safety, 5S, and
housekeeping policies and use personal protective equipment as
required. Address unsafe conditions before putting people or property at
risk. 10. Assist technicians with aircraft maintenance requirements.
11. Adapt to sudden schedule changes and coordinate projects with other
shops/departments as required.
Additional Functions: 1. Work
with lead and higher skilled technicians to develop and implement
process improvements that reduce cost, cycle time, and man-hours using
Lean Six Sigma and other process improvement techniques. 2. Make and
use simple patterns for own use employing standardized procedures. 3.
In support of aircraft certification and final phase testing, may
include flight tests on aircraft as required. 4. Perform other duties
Other Requirements: 1. Fluent in the English
language. Must have the ability to read, write, speak, and understand
English. 2. Ability to read and interpret blueprints and engineering
documentation. 3. Ability to use hand/power tools and equipment
associated with installation and removal of interiors. 4. Able to climb
ladders and stairs, work in small restricted areas, lift up to 40
pounds and work any shift. 5. Must be computer literate. 6. Excellent
communication skills, both verbal and written. 7. Advanced knowledge of
aircraft installation and/or fabrication processes applicable to the
specific position, such as removal and installation of galleys, closets,
lavatories, side ledges, bulkheads, doors, panels; working with
composite panels made from Nomex honeycomb, fiberglass, Lexan, acrylic