ZENETEX has become a major force in the field of aircraft maintenance. We proudly support all four branches of the military in performing Organizational, Intermediate, and Depot level aircraft, ground vehicle, and component maintenance. We employ over 800 qualified Aircraft Mechanics across the United States and overseas.
Growth within our FRCSW Aircraft Maintenance contract has created new opportunities for experienced MV-22/CV-22 (or similar) Airframe Mechanic IIs. These positions are in support of the 27th Special Operations Group/20th Special Operations Squadron.
- The Airframe Mechanic II will inspect, maintain, and repair aircraft structures, hydraulic/pneumatic systems and system components. Specific responsibilities may include:
- Performing scheduled, unscheduled, special and phase maintenance inspections
- Performing corrosion prevention and treatment to include repainting surfaces on squadron aircraft
- Inspecting and making repairs to rubber and plastic components used in the aircraft structure
- Cleaning, treating, priming and applying approved top coat paint surfaces to protect body of aircraft
- Troubleshooting and repairing hydraulic and fuel system discrepancies operating the required tooling and equipment while observing safety and contamination standards
- Performing maintenance in the removal, repair, replacement, and installation of aircraft component parts such as wings, control surfaces, access panels, landing gear doors, engine access doors/ cowlings, component rigging, and landing gear
- Operating support equipment for flight line maintenance
- Utilizing precision tools to perform structural repairs and modifications to exacting standards in accordance with provided technical data
- Utilizing mechanical and hand blending techniques of major aircraft structural components using high speed grinders, sanding blocks, DA sanders, and similar tools
- Preparing the aircraft, panel, and part surfaces prior to coating/painting using mechanical stripping methods
- Providing maintenance support such as mechanical stripping, and/or sand applications on aircraft, panels, and parts
- Working independently interpreting blueprints and engineering specifications to facilitate aircraft service change installations
- Fabricating metal repair and modifying aircraft sheet metal and composite structure and various aircraft component parts