Sheet Metal Mechanic

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
o Perform processes to make and repair sheet metal, fiberglass and composite parts.
o Report defective materials or questionable conditions to the lead \ department supervisor.
o Maintain the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition and follows prescribed safety regulations.
o Complete tasks as directed by schedules with minimum supervision.
Requirements Education and
o Minimum of grammar school education and 3 months of related industry experience.
o Must have a good command of the English language, both written and verbal.
o Airframe License requiredJob Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
o Extensive knowledge of structural, sheet metal repairs and modifications to include fabrication of sheet metal parts.
o Thorough working knowledge of blueprints, work orders and task cards to determine type of configuration and special instructions prior to installation.
o Extensive knowledge in the process for making and repairing sheet metal, fiberglass and composite parts.
o Comprehensive knowledge of estimating hours and materials for completing projects.
o Complete knowledge of aircraft fasteners and applications.
o Complete knowledge of all related skill area machines, equipment and hand tools.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
o None.
Training Requirements:
o General Safety.
o Quality System Awareness.
Physical Demands:
o Medium physical effort equal to frequent lifting or moving of moderate weight materials.
o Regularly required to sit or stand, bend and reach.
o Employees may be subject to random drug and alcohol testing under FAA regulations.
Personal Protective Equipment:
o The use of Safety Glasses is required.
Work Environment:
o Work performed in a shop environment.
o Exposed to any number of elements but with none present to the extent of being disagreeable.
o May work at different workstations as needs require, or shifts from one station \ location to another.
Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.

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