W047 F-15 TSP - AIRCRAFT METALS TECHNOLOGY MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTOR
Location:
Saudi Arabia
Salary Range:
Very Competitive
Benefits:
Tax Free Income, 30 day of vacation with pay plus other 11 holidays, Medical Insurance, Accommodation and Transportation free company provided, travel allowance, end of service award payable upon completion of contract with company (half month's salary).
Employment Type:
Full Time
Department:
F-15 TSP
Description:
Alsalam Aircraft Company - currently has a contract with the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) to provide F-15 support. We provide Technical Support to all bases. Our task is to train, assist, and actively advise the RSAF in the accomplishment of Organizational and Intermediate Level maintenance. This training is accomplished using a combination of English language training (basic and technical terminology), formal classroom instruction and Structured On-The-Job-Training. The objective of training is to provide the necessary skills to independently maintain the RSAF F-15, at the Organizational Level of maintenance. We are expanding this to include Back Shop.
Duties:
Specialty Summary: Tests and examines metal fabrications and repairs, performs welding, heat treating and metal surfacing tasks, maintains testing heat treating, welding and metal surfacing equipment, designs and machines, precision tools, parts and assemblies, inspects machine work, and supervises aircraft metals technology processing and shop activities.
Duties And Responsibilities:
• Examines and Tests Condition of Metal Parts and Components and Advises on Metals Processing, Design And Production:
- Designs, manufacturers and modifies special precision tool, gages, dies and jigs to facilitate special and routine metal working operations.
- Performs machine shop calculations such as determining peripheral cutting speeds and settings for turning special threads.
- Determines metal identity and characteristics by subjecting metal to spark, acid, fire, magnetic, alkaline, heat, quench and fracture tests.
- Tests specimens for predetermined requirements of tensile, bend, shear and impact strength using materials testing machines.
- Compares findings with material and strength requirements contained in blueprints, specifications and technical publications.
- Determines repair ability of damaged machined parts.
- Determines necessity for heat treating parts, tooling and repair or replacement gages, jigs, and dies.
• Heat-Treats Metal Parts To Specification Requirements:
- Controls heat-treating furnaces, quenching equipment and other equipment to alter properties of metal objects so as to harden, temper, anneal case-harden or normalize the materials.
- Heat-treats nonferrous metals by solution and precipitation treating.
• Surface-Treats Metal Parts:
- Sets up and controls planting equipment to coat surfaces.
- Performs miscellaneous surface treatments.
• Maintains Testing, Heat-Treating, Metal Surfacing, Metal Working Machinery and Equipment:
- Performs metal working machinery adjustments and maintenance such as leveling machinery, checking gear trains for proper clearance, adjusting, repairing and replacing machine tool devices and parts.
- Evaluates inspection reports and surveys and makes recommendations for necessary corrective actions.
- Checks installed and repaired components.
- Reviews maintenance management publications, technical orders and other information regarding aircraft metals technology.
• Supervises Aircraft Metals Technology Personnel:
- Plans and schedules work assignments methods, production controls and performance standards.
- Orients newly assigned personnel and assigns specific functions and responsibilities.
- Supervises design and manufacture of precision tools dies, jigs and major tools repairs.
- Oversees operation involving metals testing, inspection, heat - treating and electroplating.
- Scrutinizes oxyacetylene, metallic arc, inert gas shielded and resistance welding and cutting operations for adherence to approved procedures.
- Ensures maintenance equipment, tools, parts and test equipment are available.
- Conducts on-the-job training.
• Implements OJT to include development of Job proficiency Guides (JPGs), correct use of training forms, procedures and record keeping.
• Indoctrinates newly assigned personnel in local operating procedures, methods and regulations.
• Evaluates adequacy of OJT and recommends formal training for selected individuals.
Qualifications:
Knowledge of concepts and application of RSAFM 66 series and supporting publications, ferrous and nonferrous metal characteristics. Various metal cutting machines, hand tools and precision measuring instruments, mechanical forces, stresses and strains as applied to tool and die design, metal repair and fabrication processes to include forging and welding, metal testing inspection and heat treatment, electroplating processes, applied physical and chemical metallurgy, use of welding and metals inspection testing, heat-treating and electroplating equipment and tools and procedures for safe handling and storage of cyanide solutions, acids and explosive gases is mandatory.
Education: USAF/RSAF or equivalent technical training courses.
Training:
Experience: 5-8 years experience in performing functions such as designing of special precision tool, gauges and dies, production of fabricated metal parts held to close tolerance and electroplating, forging welding, heat treating and metal testing is mandatory.
• Completion of a basic aircraft metals technology course is mandatory.
• Completion of an advanced aircraft metals technology course is desirable.
Other: Normal color vision is mandatory.