W156 F-15 TSP - INTEGRATED AVIONICS COMM., NAV. & PENETRATION AIDS SYSTEM 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:
Analyzes malfunctions and inspects, installs, maintains, and troubleshoots integrated avionic communication, navigation, and penetration aids systems at the organizational level. Supervises organizational level avionic communication, navigation, and penetration aids system activities.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Analyzes Performance and Isolates Malfunctions of Integrated Avionic Communication, Navigation, and Penetration ATOS Systems:
- Operates integrated avionic communication, navigation and penetration aids systems by using proper cathode ray tube displays.
- Analyzes equipment operation characteristics to isolate malfunctions to subsystems such as the navigation systems, internal and external electronic warfare systems and communication systems.
- Traces data flow and wiring diagrams, using appropriate built-in test equipment, applicable electronic measuring equipment, support equipment (SE) and applicable hand tools.
- Monitors equipment performance to detect and analyze recurring malfunctions.
• Removes, Aligns, Installs, Harmonizes, boresights, and conducts check outs of integrated avionic communication, navigation, and penetration aids systems:
- Removes faulty units, installs serviceable line replaceable units into aircraft and performs system alignment and harmonization.
- Boresights systems.
- Installs and performs operational check outs of ECM equipment.
- Maintains and services system pressurization and dehydrating units.
- Performs organizational maintenance level modifications.
• Inspects Integrated Avionic Communication, Navigation, and Penetration Adds Systems:
- Inspects integrated avionic communication, navigation and penetration aids systems to determine operational status.
- Interprets inspection findings and determines adequacy of corrective action.
- Reviews maintenance management publications procedures to obtain information applicable to integrated avionic communication, navigation, and penetration aids systems.
- Evaluates justification and practicality of proposed modifications.
• Supervises Integrated Avionic Communication, Navigation, and Penetration Aids Systems Personnel:
- Plans and schedules work methods, production controls and performance standards.
- Completes maintenance management and personnel reports.
- Ensures availability of required maintenance equipment and tools.
- Assigns operation and maintenance functions to subordinates and establishes priorities for work accomplishment.
- Evaluates performance of integrated avionic communication, navigation and penetration aids systems personnel for compliance with operational policies, preventive maintenance directives, safety directives and technical publications.
- 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:
• Knowledge of theory and operation of electronic, microelectronic, and mechanical principles; theory and application of gyros, synchronic, indicators and ratio transformers, working principles of electro-mechanical and electro optical devices; factors involved in transmission and reception within radio and radar frequency ranges; subsystem tie-in between integrated avionic systems such as integrated instrument systems, flight data recorder systems, automatic flight control systems and navigation, internal and external countermeasures, weapons and missile control; digital computer logic, use, care and interpretation of testing and measuring devices; concepts and application of RSAFM 66 series and supporting publications is mandatory.
• Knowledge of general function of associated systems such as aircraft electrical system is desirable.
Education:
USAF/RSAF or equivalent technical training courses.
Experience:
5-8 years experience in the career field.
Training:
• Completion of a basic integrated avionic communication, navigation and penetration aids systems course is mandatory.
• Completion of an advanced integrated avionic communication, navigation and penetration aids systems course is desirable.
Other:
• Normal color vision is mandatory.
• The security clearance prescribed by the current RSAF directives is mandatory.
• Attainment and maintenance of the following RSAF English language test scores are mandatory: