W094 F-15 TSP - EGRESS EQUIPMENT 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:
Installs, inspects, repairs and modifies aircrew egress systems and related support equipment; and supervises aircrew egress systems maintenance activities.
Duties And Responsibilities:
• Advises On Technical Problems Of Installation, Maintenance And Repair Of Egress Systems:
- Solves installation and maintenance problems by studying schematic diagrams, wiring diagrams and appropriate technical publications.
- Interprets installation, maintenance and safety policies related to egress systems.
- Diagnoses malfunctions and maintainability difficulties and recommends corrective action by initiation of required reports, proposed modifications or other appropriate means.
- Devises maintenance procedures pertaining to aircrew egress systems and related support equipment.
• Installs, Removes, Repairs And Modifies Egress Systems:
- Performs installation, repair or removal of critical components such as initiators, simulators, pre-egress and egress controls and linkage, down locks, up-locks, inertia reel, seat positioning and actuator mechanisms, catapults and thrusters.
- Conducts detailed tests of replacement, repaired or installed components and performs functional tests of applicable egress subsystems using bench mockups, test kits, inertia reel testers and other related test equipment.
- Performs corrosion control.
• Inspects Abrcrew Egress Systems:
- Performs routine and special inspections for security serviceability and currency of associated safety equipment, containers and release mechanisms.
- Inspects seat actuators, initiators, positioners, thrusters, catapults and rails.
- Performs safety inspections of ballistic components and actuators before all maintenance on associated release mechanisms to ensure proper installation of required safety devices and de-arming of ballistic initiators.
- Performs post maintenance inspections to ascertain that egress systems are in proper functional configuration.
• Supervises Aircrew Egress Systems Maintenance Personnel:
- Plans and schedules work assignments.
- Establishes work methods, production controls and performance standards.
- Ensures availability of required maintenance equipment, tools and spare parts.
- Assigns maintenance functions to subordinates and establishes priorities for work accomplishment.
- Evaluates performance of egress systems personnel in terms of compliance with operational policies, preventive maintenance directives and technical orders.
- Orients newly assigned personnel and assigns individuals to unit positions.
- Plans and 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.
- Reviews training status to determine level of qualification achieved by individuals and units.
Qualifications:
Knowledge:
Knowledge of mechanical, pneumatic and electrical principles as applied to aircrew egress systems; concepts and application of RSAFM 66 series and supporting publications and use and interpretation of schematic drawings, wiring diagrams and technical publications is mandatory.
Education: USAF/RSAF or equivalent technical training courses.
Experience: 5-8 years experience in the career field.
Training:
• Completion of a basic aircrew egress systems maintenance course is mandatory.
Other:
• Normal color vision is mandatory.
• The security clearance specified by the current RS AF directives is mandatory.