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Workshop Technician - Sheet Metal
Job Code: REF/HRS/SRF/18-0020   |   Date Posted: 31/01/2018   |   Expiry Date: 31/03/2018   |   Location: Sweihan (SWHN)
Assists the Sheet Metal Supervisor to accomplish scheduled and unscheduled sheet metal operations, and performs intermediate maintenance inspections and repairs on all assigned aircraft structures. Will also be reasonable for : 1. Repairs and replaces aircraft structural components to include stingers, lingering, bulkheads, beams and aircraft skin according to drawings, blueprints, directives, technical manuals and safety procedures. Fabricates structural parts, forming blocks and shapes metal using stretching, shrinking, and other metal forming techniques. 2. Assembles parts, such as spars, ribs, and braces, to form structural subassemblies of aircraft, such as airfoils, control surfaces, fuselage tops and bulkheads, doors, and windows, according to specifications, using hand tools and power tools. 3. Reads and interprets blueprints and specifications to determine assembly sequence, tooling requirements, measurements, and allowable tolerances. 4. Marks reference lines and points on parts, using templates, or by measuring from blueprint index points and station lines, using rule, protractor, and divider. 5. Cuts, trims, files, and debars parts, using hand tools or power tools. Measures parts to verify dimensions, using precision instruments, such as micrometers and calipers. Fits and assembles parts and fittings, such as braces, hinges, brackets, keyways, and nut plates, in jigs and fixtures, using clamps. 6. Drills, reams, and countersinks holes, using power tools. Debars keyways, holes, and cable grooves, using burring tool. Marks reference symbols on parts for subsequent riveting. 7. Installs bolts, screws, rivets, and other fasteners to join parts, using power tools. 8. Cements, tapes, and glues parts as required. Bends tubing, makes temporary assembly fixtures, and bucks rivets. Uses common measuring tools, precision measuring gages, and alignment fixtures to perform structural repairs 9. Applies corrosion prevention control (CPC) treatment to aircraft metals. 10. Maintains facilities for storage of flammable and hazardous materials. 11. Requisitions aircraft parts and maintains shop and bench stock for repair the aircraft structures. Inspects and prepares forms and records related to maintenance in accordance with Repair Manual. 12. Train host national personnel on the proper maintenance of aircraft structures and their components. 13. Must be willing to travel or relocate to Forward Operating Bases (FOB) in support of the aircraft maintenance program. Participate in maintenance test flights as required. 14. Responsible for tools and equipment’s inventory assigned by the supervisor.
Nationality
No Restriction
Qualification
• High school graduated or equivalent. • Must have a completion of a formal aircraft structures training course from an accredited military or civilian aeronautical school. • Military training school graduated preferred but not required.
Experience
• Must have a minimum 5 years working experience with aircraft structures. • Must have a thorough understanding of and experience with common tools, special tools, hardware and equipments used in the repair of aircraft metal.
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