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Aircraft Structural Mechanic II (42842)

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  • Performs a variety of Depot Level operations to assemble and repair major assembly structures such as fuselage panels and bulkheads, and structural subassemblies such as rudders, flaps, and stabilizers.
  • Aligns parts on jigs using templates and fixtures.
  • Performs such minor part-fitting operations as filing, sawing, burring, crimping, trimming, framing, riveting, drilling, and reaming. Measures parts with micrometers and calipers to verify dimensions.
  • May modify incomplete and complete assemblies to incorporate changes to structure.
  • May monitor and verify quality in accordance with statistical process or other control procedures.
  • Plans, lay’s out, fabricates, assembles, install and repairs both internal and external aircraft structures at the Depot level.
  • Close tolerance drilling and cold working experience is recommended.
  • In addition, must be: Able to read and interpret schematics, assembly drawings, process specifications, technical manuals, written instructions, test procedures, etc.
  • Able to setup and use a variety of precision measuring instruments such as: dial indicators, micrometers, gauges, protractors, and calipers, etc. Able to use common hand tools such as: drills, reamers, deburrers, files, rivet guns, bucking bars, etc.
  • Able to assemble aircraft structures and associated components with the aid of jigs and fixtures by drilling, filing, filling, honing, reaming, counter-sinking, dimpling, burring and fastening.
  • Able to perform close tolerance assembly operations such as: shimming, fitting, trimming, and aligning where variances may occur considerably from one assembly to another as with fairings and the mating of major structural assemblies.
  • Able to assemble aircraft structures and associated components with the aid of jigs and fixtures by drilling, filing, filling, honing, reaming, counter-sinking, dimpling, burring and fastening.
  • Able to perform close tolerance assembly operations such as: shimming, fitting, trimming, and aligning where variances may occur considerably from one assembly to another as with fairings and the mating of major structural assemblies.
  • Able to replace ribs, stiffners, stringers in skinned assemblies establishing from blueprints with firm callouts, butt, center, chord, station and water lines.
  • Able to blind pickup of hole locations for blank parts from existing structure.
  • Also able to correct cans, buckles, wrinkles in outer skins.
  • Able to operate such equipment as brakes, grinders, band saws, and presses.
  • Able to identify different types of corrosion, clean and treat corrosion, remove damaged areas, fabricate parts to repair damaged area, determine rivet patterns, layouts, etc.
  • Able to effectively communicate, orally and written, with other employees, members of supervision, and others, as required in their duties.
  • Able to clearly document maintenance and repair actions, equipment status tags, logs, parts requests, etc.
  • Able to perform assigned duties while wearing required safety equipment.
  • Able to perform assigned duties on all shifts without encumbrances due to weather or physical location and conditions.
  • Order parts, check stock, tools, materials, and equipment as required to perform assigned duties.
  • Responsible for complying with all rules and regulations concerning health and safety, tool control, contracts, facilities and other pertinent coverages.
  • Performs other duties as directed by supervision and management for the benefit of the company, program, or employee(s).

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