This is skilled craft work in airframe and power plant mechanical repairs, maintenance and inspection of fixed and rotary wing aircraft and components. Work requires thorough knowledge of the policies, methods, standards and procedures governing aircraft and engine repairs, maintenance and inspections which involves the use of specialized skills in troubleshooting, repairing, modifying and overhauling aircraft and components. May assign, monitor, and review the work of others. Contacts require courtesy, tact, and effectiveness in dealing with others for the purpose of requesting or providing information, asking questions or obtaining clarification; interaction with the general public including responding to general inquiries, participating in outreach and educational programs, and representing the division at meetings as needed. Work is performed following established methods, practices, and procedures which are substantially diversified and require the use of judgment in searching for solutions or new applications. Work is performed indoors and outdoors, where there are some risks and hazards, including contact with hazardous materials such as aviation fuel and sulfuric acid, but they are known, predictable, and controllable. Operates a vehicle, computer, tow tractor, forklift, hoist, air compressor, welding equipment, standard mechanical tools and tests apparatus and standard office equipment such as personal computer. Physical demands consist of climbing ladders to heights up to 15 feet; stooping, bending and reaching; and occasionally lifting objects weighing up to 50 pounds. Work is performed under limited supervision where the work assignments are subject to established procedures, practices, precedents, methods, techniques, standards, or well-defined policies, and the work is reviewed, usually after the fact, in terms of quality, volume, timeliness, and for adherence to established methods, standards, and policies.
Job Type: Civil Service
Location: To Be Determined, Jacksonville, Florida