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Aircraft Mechanic II (Sheet Metal/Structural)

Aerospace and Aviation

Aircraft Mechanic


Andrews AFB, Maryland, United States

Job Summary

WORKCENTER: Back Shop (Sheet Metal)


Inspects, evaluates damage and accomplishes repairs on assigned and transient aircraft and support

Equipment. Operates all associated ground support equipment and uses hand tools, special tools,

fixtures and adhesives applicable to return aircraft to operational condition. Evaluates, designs, and

manufactures logistics improvement projects. Researches technical data and manufactures structural

components, cables, and tubing assemblies. Uses maintenance instructions and technical data in the

inspection, and repair of assigned aircraft and associated equipment. Performs on and off equipment

maintenance to do advanced aircraft composite repairs. Uses maintenance drawings and blueprints to

accomplish repairs on assigned equipment.

Performs aircraft and equipment corrosion inspections. Evaluates aircraft and equipment for paint

requirements. Removes and treats corrosion and applies protective coatings on aircraft and support

equipment. Performs shop and flight line maintenance ensuring aircraft structural integrity.

Coordinates maintenance efforts with Production Supervisors and Maintenance Operations

Coordination Center. Documents discrepancies in applicable forms and inputs data in Maintenance

Information System. Ensures compliance with applicable safety, housekeeping, tool control, and

FOD prevention programs. Must be able to work day, swing, night, and/or weekend shifts as required.

Receives CUT training within classification. Shall perform other duties as assigned and must be able

to travel to include TDYs. Must maintain training requirements.

Minimum Requirements

Must have a working knowledge of aircraft structural repair procedures. A working knowledge of

corrosion control techniques and base, federal, and company procedures for handling and Disposal of

hazardous waste materials is required. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English. The

ability to read and interpret data is required. Completion of specialized courses in aircraft structural

repair is required. Must meet physical requirements, occasional lifting of objects weighing up to 50

lbs is required. An Occupational Physical is required. Respirator Training, Fuel Systems Confined

Space Entry Training and CPR training is required. A minimum of three years recent structural

experience is required. An FAA Airframe license is required. Must be able to obtain and maintain a

Secret security clearance and Government flight line driver's license.