The ALSE technician has primary responsibilities for and accountability to assemble, adjust fit, service, remove, modify, install, and replace all OA ALSE equipment as required. The ALSE Technician is responsible for issue, maintenance, storage, inventory control, inspection, and repair of all OA ALSE property, as listed in Exhibit IX of this RFP. The ALSE technician maintains accountability to assemble, adjust fit, service, remove, modify, install, and replace all OA life support equipment when necessary.
The ALSE technician conducts all maintenance IAW OA policy, FAA regulations, and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) requirements. Items deemed unserviceable or unused are reported to the COR and OA representative to coordinate disposition of the items. ALSE equipment will be maintained to FAA standards. Our ALSE technician has an FAA Repairman's Certificate and conducts maintenance IAW the Leidos Part 145 Repair Station authorization.
Aviation Life Support Equipment consists of those items and clothing needed to allow aircrew members and aircraft passengers to: 1) function within all parameters of the flight environment; 2) safety egress from disabled aircraft; and 3) survive on land and water and assist in rescue.
This equipment includes, but is not limited to, personal life survival vests, personal flotation devices, life rafts, survival emergency kits (Desert, Mountain, Tropical, Artic, and Maritime), electronic transmitters, aviator emergency breathing bottles, helmets, headsets, night vision goggles (NVG), and other equipment necessary for the OA/Designated aircraft aviation life support system.
Personnel inspecting, repairing, adjusting and certifying ALSE equipment will have training and certification. All survival equipment will be certified in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulations, OEM requirements and applicable regulations, policies and procedure on each specific type of equipment.
High School or equivalent plus successful completion of related military or commercial course.
Minimum of eight (8) years actual and recent experience in the repair, modification, maintenance and overhaul of equipment related to aviation life support.