The Lead Aircraft Mechanic will support The Customs Border Protection (CBP).
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performing as a working Leadman as assigned. When working this capacity, will report directly to the Site Manager
Performing daily, flight line and hangar maintenance on all assigned aircraft
Performing inspections, corrosion control, troubleshooting and fault isolation on aircraft systems.
Furnishing own hand tools to perform maintenance of aircraft (necessary special tools and test equipment will be furnished by Customs)
Perform scheduled inspections and repair of aviation life support equipment (ALSE) in accordance with appropriate operating manuals
May be required to perform other duties as required to support the overall mission.
SUPERVISORY CONTROL OVER THE POSITION:
The incumbent works under the direct supervision of the Contractor Maintenance Supervisor. The supervisor outlines procedures and policies to be followed in the performance of Government aircraft maintenance. Incumbent receives general instructions from the aircraft maintenance supervisor and exercises initiative coupled with good judgment.
Must have been employed as a full-time aircraft mechanic within the past twelve (12) months and hold a current airframe and power plant mechanic certificate.
Must have completed a minimum of five (5) years experience working full-time as an aircraft mechanic and shall have a minimum of one year in flight line trouble-shooting.
Must possess a working knowledge of military and general aviation aircraft airframe and engine logbooks.
Must be competent and knowledgeable in the repair and maintenance of airframes, hydraulics, fuel systems, and aircraft engines.
External Referral Bonus:
Potential for Telework:
Clearance Level Required:
Yes, 10% of the time
Scheduled Weekly Hours:
SCA Aircraft Mechanic