Lockheed Martin Gen Flight Elect & Instr Mech in Palmdale, California
Description: PERFORMS SUCH TYPICAL DISTINGUISHING DUTIES AS: Performs the final flight line servicing, checkout, trouble shooting, repairing and maintenance of completed aircraft electrical and instrument systems, related lines and accessories prior to, during and after flight, and sells off entire functional systems, accessories and components for airworthiness and conformance to Company and customer requirements; operates, trouble shoots and makes final adjustments to entire electrical diagnosing and correcting any malfunctioning revealed by such operational checkout while such systems are operating under auxiliary power or power instrument systems, accessories and components to authorized Company and/or customer personnel. PERFORMS SUCH RELATED DUTIES AS: Accompanies ship on production and/or acceptance flights as assigned, operates electrical and instrument systems, and makes required in-flight adjustments and corrections. Installs shortages; incorporates design or modification changes to ship’s electrical and instrument systems, lines, and related accessories; makes adjustments, calibrations, alterations, repairs, corrections and replacements as required. Swings ship on compass rose to determine compass errors, and compensates or adjusts as required. Trouble shoots malfunctioning instrument systems where it is required to locate, diagnose and correct trouble in related lines and accessories having different actuating principles such as electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electronic, etc. Prepares and/or maintains aircraft for flight, inactive or storage status in accordance with applicable specifications. May be required to conduct engine runs to verify proper functioning of electrical and instrument systems. Collaborates with authorized Company, customer and/or vendor liaison personnel in correcting malfunctioning items and in preparing and completing aircraft for successive production and acceptance flights, up to the point of delivery or redelivery to the customer.
Desired Skills: Must be able to attain a Final Secret clearance and Special Program Access prior to start. Essential Job Functions Physical Demands General Flight Electrical & Instrumentation Mechanic (RP4124) Standing: Requires full time standing with limited resting periods and to walk distances. Heights: Able to work at heights. Able to climb stairs or ladders as required. Able to work off of step stools, scissor lifts, lift platforms and aircraft structure without handrails. Overhead work: Able to work overhead as required. Weight restriction: Able to Lift/push/pull/carry a minimum of 50 lbs Body positioning: Able to twist/bend (neck or waist) and stoop. Able to work in awkward positions as required. Able to squat/kneel/crawl/reach as required. Work content: Able to use/hold/manipulate small tools and parts with hands. Simple grasping, power grasping and fine manipulation is required. Able to use vibrating tools and perform torqueing operations. Able to use power equipment. Repetitive tasks will be performed. Vision/Hearing: High level Hand/Eye coordination required. Corrective lenses may be used. Eye protection required in many instances. Color differentiation may be required. Must be able to hear at level required for positions. Environmental: Able to work around noise, chemicals, fumes and dust. Capable of using respirators and other personal protective equipment including hearing protection if required. Able to work outside if needed. Attendance: Regular attendance required based on set work schedule. Able to work any shift. Vehicles/Power moving equipment: Able to operate as required. Able to work around heavy equipment or machinery. The physical demands described above do not contain a comprehensive listing of all physical requirements for all positions. The physical demands of each position will vary based on business needs so the physical demands described above are subject to change and employees therefore will also be expected to perform all physical requirements necessary for their positions. This job description may be changed to include new or different physical demands or change existing ones as management deems necessary.”
Active Secret Clearance with an investigation within the last 5 years. • Have a minimum of four years experience in aircraft electrical and electronic installation and electrical checkout or as a Flight Electrical and Instrument Mechanic. AND • Be able to demonstrate a knowledge or have completed training in the following job skills: 1. Blueprint III. 2. Electrical and electronic systems troubleshooting and checkout. 3. Principles of operation of electrical systems. 4. Principles of operation of instrument systems. 5. Familiarization in operation of ground support equipment. 6. Basic Computer Operations
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