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Title Propulsion Mechanic 1 - $31.92/hour with a wage supplement and
$5.50 per hour to offset cost of benefits and additional opportunities
United States of America – Alaska, Eielson Air Force Base
Candidates must apply online at www.aecom.jobs For further information call James D. Johnson at 678-489-3796
is currently seeking a qualified Aircraft Mechanic I (Propulsion
Specialist) support of U.S. Air Force F-16’s (Block 30) aircraft at
Eielson AFB, AK.
Purpose and Scope:
inspecting and performing organizational, intermediate and depot level
maintenance/modification on contract units, sub-systems, support
equipment and related weapons system. Advise team members and solve
unusual maintenance problems by analysis and test engines, pneudraulic,
fuel, electrical/electronic systems, etc.
1) Maintains repairs and modifies aircraft structures and structural components of moderate difficulty.
Maintains and repairs aircraft components including but not limited to
flight controls, engines, hydraulics, pneumatics, fuel systems, and
3) Applies technical knowledge of airframe and power plant systems in determining equipment malfunctions.
Applies required expertise in restoring equipment condition and or
operation, and applies comprehensive technical expertise to solve
moderate to complex problems by interpreting technical documentation
such as; blueprints or manufactures’ manuals
5) Test engine operations, using testing equipment to locate source of malfunction.
6) Receives technical guidance, as required, from supervisor or higher-level technician.
7) Will occasionally be required to lead teams through more complex aircraft relevant tasks.
8) Will be required to make entries in aircraft logs and records.
Performs line maintenance, related to aircraft servicing, pre-flight
inspections, post-flight inspections, trouble-shooting/repair &
replacing aircraft system components to include: propulsion systems and
components, performs engine Flightline blade blending and engine
10) Inspects jet engine turbine blades to
detect cracks, distortion, corrosion, burn-out, security, or breaks,
tests engine operation, using testing equipment, such as ignition
analyzer, compression checker, distributor timer, ammeter, and jet
calibration (Jetcal) tester, to locate source of malfunction.
Work involves: replacing or repairing worn or damaged components,
alternators, fuel controls, fuel pumps, oil pumps, and engine mounted
gearboxes, and compressor bleed valves using hand tools, gauges, and
testing equipment; removing engine from aircraft, using hoist or
forklift truck, disassembling and inspecting parts for wear, cracks,
security, or other defects, and repairing or replacing defective engine
parts and reassembles and installs engine in aircraft.
Adjusts, repairs, or replaces electrical wiring system and aircraft
accessories, performs preflight, thru-flight, and post-flight
maintenance inspections, performs miscellaneous duties to service
aircraft, including flushing crankcase, cleaning screens and filters,
greasing moving parts, and checking brakes.
13) May be required to
jack and tow aircraft, enters in the maintenance records description of
the work performed and verifies the work was performed satisfactorily,
may service engines and airframe components at line station making
repairs, short of overhaul, required to keep aircraft in safe operating
condition, may specialize in work, repair and modification of
structural, precision, and functional spare parts and assemblies, and
may specialize in engine repair.
Contact: James D. Johnson at 678-818-9240 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org