The Airframe Mechanic II will inspect, maintain, and repair aircraft structures, hydraulic/pneumatic systems and system components. Specific responsibilities may include:
Performing scheduled, unscheduled, special and phase maintenance inspections
Performing corrosion prevention and treatment to include repainting surfaces on squadron aircraft
Inspecting and making repairs to rubber and plastic components used in the aircraft structure
Cleaning, treating, priming and applying approved top coat paint surfaces to protect body of aircraft
Troubleshooting and repairing hydraulic and fuel system discrepancies operating the required tooling and equipment while observing safety and contamination standards
Performing maintenance in the removal, repair, replacement, and installation of aircraft component parts such as wings, control surfaces, access panels, landing gear doors, engine access doors/cowlings, component rigging, and landing gear
Operating support equipment for flight line maintenance
High school diploma or equivalent
A minimum of at least 4 years of related experience, with at least 3 years of experience on the MV-22B aircraft
Possess a strong knowledge base of Maintenance Instruction Manuals (MIMs), maintenance publications, orders, and directives
Practical knowledge of color-coded charts of aircraft plumbing, piping, lines and electrical systems and interpretation of technical data
Work will require a high level of hand dexterity and finger use in both hands, close vision corrected/uncorrected to 20/20, prolonged periods of standing and sitting in combination with stooping, bending, reaching, pulling, and pushing, as well as ability to lift 25lbs and over with assistance.
Work Environment (ADA)
May be required to work in areas in the hangar and on the flight line that are noisy and dusty. May be exposed to moderate discomforts, such as heat, cold and wind. May be required to wear personal protective equipment, when applicable.