Sample Aircraft Structural Repairer Job Description
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We are a leading provider of aircraft structural repair services to the aerospace industry. Our mission is to provide our customers with an exceptional experience and service that exceeds their expectations for quality, safety, performance and value. As a member of Aircraft Structural Services Group, we have been providing airframe structure repairs since 1983. ASC provides aviation structures support in all types of weather conditions including extreme cold, heat, rain, snow and wind.
The structural repairer is responsible for performing structural repairs on aircraft structures. This includes repairing and installing mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and other equipment in the maintenance of all types or models of aircraft systems. They will also be responsible to perform minor repair work as needed by their supervisors. Must have experience with Aircraft Structured Systems including: Aerospace Engine System, Flight Control System (FCS), Electronic Flight Control System and Civil Engineering System (CES).
Detailed job duties include:
- Performs structural repair on aircraft structures.
- Repair and maintain all components of aircraft structure including, but not limited to: wings, wing, and tail.
- Assure that the correct parts are installed.
- Must be able to lift 50 pounds
- Must have the ability and willingness for work in all weather conditions, including heat, cold, rain and snow
- Ability or willingness(s) for work in all weather conditions
- To perform this job successfully an individual must: be at least 18 years of age; possess valid driver's license with no more than 2 moving violations within the past 3 years; Possess current CPR/AED certification as required by applicable state law
- Competitive compensation and benefits