Textron Mech Flight Line B in Wichita, Kansas
Mech Flight Line B
To prepare multi-engine aircraft mechanically for flight test and delivery to customer.
Mech Flight Line B may be required to perform the duties and essential functions of Mech Flight Line C
I. Performs a variety of functional test and mechanical operations on one or more aircraft models involving determination of malfunctions and required disassembly, rework, repair, replacement, reassembly or adjustment of various multi-engine aircraft systems to prepare the aircraft mechanically for flight test and delivery to customer. May perform under the general guidance of a Mechanic, Flight Line "A". Works from blueprints, routers, specifications, check lists, and general instructions to perform the following principle duties:
a.Installs, as required, a variety of line shortage items which may involve disassembly andreassembly of previously installed items.
b.Performs functional checks of all mechanical systems such as engines and flight controls,fuel, oxygen and hydraulic systems making necessary corrections and adjusting for flight.
c.Sets instruments, tests run engines, rigs and synchronized throttles and sets stops.
d.Works flight test and inspection squawks making necessary adjustments or corrections.
e.Assists Mechanic, Flight Line "A" with unusual and more difficult flight line problems.
f.Maintains clean working area.
II. Required to taxi aircraft to check systems and components.
III. Uses a variety of mechanic hand tools and equipment such as tensiometers, timing lights, scale and pressure gages.
IV.May be assisted by 1 - 2 lower classification mechanics and be responsible for guiding andinstructing them.
V.Responsible for quality of own work.
VI. Performs other related duties as required.
Requires a high school education or equivalent trades training for ability to use simple arithmetic, blueprints, specifications, check lists, measuring instruments, testing devices and follow general instructions. Must have knowledge of aircraft mechanical systems and components. A&P license preferred.
Requires 1 - 3 years diversified jet, turboprop or piston mod, phase inspection, engine troubleshooting experience or servicing experience under the guidance of a licensed A&P or at an FAA certified repair station.
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Primary Location US-Kansas-Wichita
Recruiting Company Textron Aviation
Job Level Individual Contributor
Shift Second Shift
Req ID: 291037