UAA - Aviation Maintenance Technician I, II & III

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Classification:Temporary Technical
Grade:Temporary Staff Grade 78
Work type:Temporary
Administrative Unit:University of Alaska Anchorage
School/Business unit:Community & Technical College
Location: Anchorage
Categories: Facilities/Skilled Trades

Position Summary:

This is a departmental labor pool exclusively used for the hiring of Certified Aircraft Maintenance Technician (CAMT) Level I (s) for the ATD Flight Operations Department. This labor pool is not intended to be open to the public, as the technical nature of these positions drive eligibility.

Duties:

100Technical functions in support of the department.Essential

REFER TO ATTACHED DOCUMENTS FOR MORE INFORMATION ON JOB DESCRIPTION 

 

Aviation Maintenance Technology I:

Summary Statement 

The Certified Aircraft Maintenance Technician – Level 1 is responsible for performing the duties of a FAA certificated Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic. Tests, trouble shoots, removes, installs, aligns, and adjusts the oil, fuel, hydraulic, pneumatic, power plant, and electrical systems of aircraft. Inspects, installs, replaces, and repairs airframes, engines, propellers, appliances and other components as necessary. Troubleshoots, checks, and repairs aircraft system(s) through connecting, adjusting, and operating test equipment. Conducts ground functional tests of aircraft, aircraft systems, aircraft engines, avionics, and installed accessories. Traces and corrects electrical problems in various aircraft systems. Performs all phases of aircraft structural repair and alteration; including sheet metal structure, wood structure, steel tubing structure, and composite structure.

Incumbent must be able to communicate effectively in the English language and possess a high level of work, systems and aviation infrastructure related knowledge and technical skill. Must be familiar with Aircraft maintenance publications; Code of Federal Regulation Title 14 (FAR’s), aircraft manufacturer maintenance documents, airworthiness directives, advisory circulars, orders, bulletins, forms, and aircraft records.

 

Aviation Maintenance Technician II:

Summary Statment

The Certified Aircraft Maintenance Technician – Level II is responsible for performing the duties of a FAA certificated Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic. Tests, trouble shoots, removes, installs, aligns, and adjusts the oil, fuel, hydraulic, pneumatic, power plant, and electrical systems of aircraft. Inspects, installs, replaces, and repairs airframes, engines, propellers, appliances and other components as necessary. Troubleshoots, checks, and repairs aircraft system(s) through connecting, adjusting, and operating test equipment. Conducts ground functional tests of aircraft, aircraft systems, aircraft engines, avionics, and installed accessories. Traces and corrects electrical problems in various aircraft systems. Performs all phases of aircraft structural repair and alteration; including sheet metal structure, wood structure, steel tubing structure, and composite structure. Incumbent must be able to communicate effectively in the English language and possess a high level of work, systems and aviation infrastructure related knowledge and technical skill. Must be familiar with Aircraft maintenance publications; Code of Federal Regulation Title 14 (FAR’s), aircraft manufacturer maintenance documents, airworthiness directives, advisory circulars, orders, bulletins, forms, and aircraft records.

 

Aviation Maintenance Technician III

Summary Statement 

The Certified Aircraft Maintenance Technician – Level III is responsible for performing the duties of a FAA certificated Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic with Inspection Authorization. Tests, trouble shoots, removes, installs, aligns, and adjusts the oil, fuel, hydraulic, pneumatic, power plant, and electrical systems of aircraft. Inspects, installs, replaces, and repairs airframes, engines, propellers, appliances and other components as necessary. Troubleshoots, checks, and repairs aircraft system(s) through connecting, adjusting, and operating test equipment. Conducts ground functional tests of aircraft, aircraft systems, aircraft engines, avionics, and installed accessories. Traces and corrects electrical problems in various aircraft systems. Performs all phases of aircraft structural repair and alteration; including sheet metal structure, wood structure, steel tubing structure, and composite structure. Conducts detailed inspections in accordance with Aircraft Manufacturer, FAA, and UAA established requirements to determine aircraft condition and airworthiness.

Incumbent must be able to communicate effectively in the English language and possess a high level of work, systems and aviation infrastructure related knowledge and technical skill. Must be familiar with Aircraft maintenance publications; Code of Federal Regulation Title 14 (FAR’s), aircraft manufacturer maintenance documents, airworthiness directives, advisory circulars, orders, bulletins, forms, and aircraft records.

 

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