To be considered for this position you must have airframe license. Candidates who do not have his requirement will not be considered.
Under general supervision of the Director of Maintenance, the Sheet Metal Technician is responsible for the maintenance on aircraft the Sheet Metal Technician/ Mechanic is responsible to maintain, modify and integrate components into major assemblies. They will be involved in activities like assembly, installation, repairing of sheet metal and composite products. Must be open to working in both Milwaukee, Wi and San Juan, PR
- Maintain, modify, and install the various components of aircraft sheet metal and composite assemblies and structures.
- Install and fabricate complex aircraft structural assemblies.
- Ability to perform any level of rework with little or no supervision, and the ability to train others on re-work methods.
- Extensive knowledge and proficiency of precision measuring devices. i.e.; micrometer, ball gauges, dial calipers, scales, and all other calibrated devices.
- Maintain documented records of work accomplished.
- Works from and to engineering drawings, blueprints, manufacturing specifications and procedures.
- Adheres to quality procedures and instructions both written and verbal.
- Notifies supervision of all malfunctions, defects and damages of material, equipment and/or product.
- Preform visual and functional inspection of operations to ensure product meets all requirements and specifications. Has the ability to train others.
- Assist in development of co-workers, by coaching and mentoring other mechanics.
- Assure final quality acceptance of installation and configuration of all components. i.e.; rivets, fasteners, holes, sealant, torque, and all other components that are applicable.
- Ability to perform mechanical functions in any or all of the following examples: precision drilling, close tolerance holes, reaming, countersinking, cold working of metal, installation of rivets and fasteners.
- Adhere to all company policies and safety programs.
Minimum Education: High School diploma or equivalent
Preferred Education: One to two years technical college/training or equivalent
Minimum Experience: 3 years’ experience in aircraft sheet metal structural assembly, or a combination of aircraft structural assembly and MRO Repair experience.
Preferred Experience: Up to six years of experience
- Interpret drawings, specifications and schematics of aircraft parts/ components
- Skilled in the use of standard mechanical and electrical instruments and gauges
- Dexterity and preciseness
- Effectively communicate with others in the work environment and external customers
- Operate hand and power tools
- Calculator, PC, telephone, fax machine
- Ability to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions
- Ability to work in tight cramped areas within aircraft
- Kneeling, sitting, crouching for extended periods of time
- Ability to lift 50 lbs