W238 F-15 TSP - FUEL 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:
Duty and Responsibilities:
• Advises on Technical Problems of Fuel Systems
Repair and Maintenance:
- Diagnoses malfunctions on fuel systems such as integrally sealed tanks, fuselages, fuel and water cells and external tanks.
- Resolves maintenance problems using analytic techniques.
- Determines repair and preventive maintenance procedures.
- Interprets and advises on maintenance procedures and policies related to aircraft fuel systems and associated equipment.
- Follows and interprets installation and maintenance policies and procedures related to aircraft fuel systems and associated equipment.
- Devises new maintenance and operating procedures and recommends improvements to facilitate full utilization of personnel and equipment.
• Installs, Repairs and Modifies Aircraft Fuel and In-Flight Refueling Systems:
- Diagnoses malfunctions by use of testing equipment and technical publications.
- Locates fuel leaks by visual inspection or by removing closure panels and tracing fuel using approved leak tracing methods.
- Determines degree and type of maintenance to be performed.
- Disassembles, replaces, repairs, reassembles and installs components such as interconnections, manifolds, valves, pumps, booms, pads, receptacles and attachments.
- Removes, repairs and replaces cells.
- Repairs integral tanks by using special tools and equipment.
- Conducts tests on installed or repaired equipment using bench and other related test equipment.
• Inspects Aircraft Fuel Systems Repair Activities:
- Inspects completed work for conformance with technical publications and local policies and procedures.
- Inspects aircraft fuel systems tank cells and malfunctioning components and recommends corrective action or materiel deficiency reports as required.
- Inspects fuel cells and tank cavities for foreign objects, corrosion, cell deterioration and fungus.
• Supervises Aircraft Fuel Systems Personnel:
- Plans and schedules work assignments.
- Coordinates with maintenance shops for assistance when required and controls fuel maintenance area or facility.
- Establishes work methods, production controls and performance standards.
- Ensures availability of required maintenance equipment, tools and spare parts.
- Assigns maintenance and repair functions and establishes priorities for work accomplishment.
- Evaluates performance of fuel systems repair personnel in terms of compliance with operational policies, preventive maintenance directives and technical orders.
- Orients and assigns new personnel to unit positions.
- 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.
- Rotates assigned personnel to ensure full qualification and utilization.
- Reviews training status to determine level of qualification achieved by individuals and units.
Qualifications:
Skills & Experience:
• Knowledge:
Knowledge of internal hardware such as interconnects, lines, valves, gauges, controls, pumps and other attachments; sealing materials, sheet metal parts; properties of rubber and application of organic sealing compounds; use of layout drawings; technical publications; concepts and application of RSAFM 66 series and supporting publications and work policies and procedures is mandatory.
• Education:
USAF/RSAF or equivalent technical training courses.
• Experience:
5-8 years experience in the career field.
• TRAINING:
Completion of a basic aircraft fuel systems maintenance course is mandatory.
• Other:
Normal color vision is mandatory.