Quality Support Services
  • Las Vegas, NV, USA
  • $38.25
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

Job Description:

We are looking for a Fuels Aircraft Mechanic to work at Nellis Airforce Base in Las Vegas, Nevada. This position includes but is not limited to conducting daily fueling operations alongside troubleshooting and maintenance of aircraft fueling systems.

Pay: $38.25/hr with an additional 4% fuels premium

Basic Requisites:

High school diploma or GED is required. Mathematics skills are desirable.

Must speak, read, write, and understand English with the ability to interpret technical data and special operating instructions in the same language.

Knowledge of principles, concepts and applications of maintenance directives, data reporting, and using technical data is mandatory.

Must be willing to deploy to support off-station requirements.
Performs housekeeping duties within 100 feet of assigned work areas (excluding bathrooms).

Performs vehicle use inspections, cleaning and wash.

Performs any other supportive duties as assigned.

Must be physically capable of performing all assigned duties.

Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance (or higher, if required).

Must be able to, if required, obtain and maintain a government driver's license. If controlled movement area (CMA) access is required must be able to pass color vision test.

Environment ranges from office, hangar and flight line and requires extensive climbing, standing, stooping, bending, pushing, kneeling, stretching, and walking demands.

May be required to work in other work sections throughout the contract where individual possesses required experience, training, and/or certifications.

General Requirements and Responsibilities:

Conducts daily Fuel shop operations. Assists with troubleshooting. Maintains, services and inspects aircraft fuel systems, components and related support equipment. Removes, installs and conducts functional tests of repaired aircraft systems and components. Inspects and identifies aircraft for corrosion prevention and repair. Reads and interprets manufacturers' and aircraft's maintenance manuals, service bulletins, technical data, engineering data, and other specifications to determine feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components. Performs periodic and other hourly or calendar inspections as required. Receives technical guidance from Managers, Leads or higher level technicians as required. May be required to obtain and maintain special certifications required by AFI as directed by management. Reviews and completes forms documentation pertinent to aircraft or equipment maintenance, enters maintenance actions into applicable MIS system and will make entries in forms, logs, records or electronic equivalent as required. All fuels personnel must be able to pass a color vision test.

Specific Requirements:

Minimum of 3 years performing functions listed above. Sound working
knowledge of USAF or sister service fuel systems. Additionally, fuel system experience on one or more of the following: A-10, F-lSC/D/E, F-16 (hydrazine), F-22 or F-35 background is highly desired. Sound working knowledge of USAF MIS systems, forms documentation and strict adherence to aircraft technical data is required. Complete all assignments and tasks as directed by managers, leads, and more senior technicians.

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