W239 F-15 TSP - LIFE SUPPORT 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 C-130 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 C-130 at the Organizational Level of maintenance.
We are expanding this to include Back Shop.
Duties:
Specialty Summary: Performs and supervises equipment inspection, maintenance fitting and adjusting and pilot instruction in survival and the use and care of life support equipment.
Duties And Responsibilities:
• Plans and Schedules Aircrew Life Support Activities and Survival and LD7E Support Continuation Training:
- Ensures availability of required space, supplies, tools and equipment for efficient operation.
- Established performance standards for functions such as anti-exposure and anti-G suits, accomplishing preventive maintenance on life rafts and life preservers and inspecting emergency radio communications devices.
- Develops and supervises procedures for inspecting and maintaining life support equipment such as personnel parachutes, torso harness assemblies, survival kits, vests, helmets and oxygen masks.
- Prepares, supervises and conducts life support and survival continuation training program.
- Ensures availability of spare parts and controls issue of equipment.
- Establishes and maintains system of accountability for equipment.
- Coordinates activities with other units such as maintenance and supply.
- Recommends procedural changes to achieve best utilization of personnel.
• Supervises Ufe Support Personnel:
- Assigns work, such as inspecting life support equipment and presenting pre-flight briefings on equipment required for missions.
- Establishes work priorities for functions such as fitting and adjusting flying clothing and oxygen masks and preparing records on status of life support equipment.
• Conducts On-The-Job Training:
- Determines need for individual and group training.
• Knowledge:
Knowledge of supply procedures, methods and techniques of instruction, use and care of aircrew life support equipment, egress or ejection systems and procedures and operation of signaling devices and interpretation of applicable technical publications is mandatory.
• Education:
USAF/RSAF or equivalent technical training courses.
• Experience:
5-8 years experience in the career field.
• Other:
- Normal color vision is mandatory.
- Establishes and supervises training programs, including arranging for facilities, training aids and instructors.
- Plans and conducts instruction in activities such as cleaning, lubricating and performing minor repairs to life support equipment.
- Conducts refresher training to keep personnel proficient in fitting, using and inspecting life support equipment.
• Performs Technical Aircrew Life Support Functions:
- Provides continuation training for aircrews in the purpose, operation, care and use of life support equipment.
- Conducts aircrew training such as simulated egress, hanging harness and forced landings or ditchings.
- Instructs aircrews in proper ejection procedures, using ejection procedure trainers.
- Presents pre-flight briefings on aircrew life support equipment required for special missions.
- Provides indoctrination training on egress systems and associated life support equipment for non-rated personnel before they participate in flying activities.
- Determines equipment and space requirements.
- Implements life support equipment, policies, regulations and directives.
- Accomplishes difficult fitting and adjusting of equipment.
- Designs training aids and conducts demonstration on use of life support equipment.
- Evaluates recommendations of subordinates for improvements in equipment and procedures.
Qualifications:
• Knowlegde:
Knowledge of supply procedures, methods and techniques of instruction, use and care of aircrew life support equipment, egress or ejection systems and procedures and operation of signaling devices and interpretation of applicable technical publications is mandatory.
• Education:
USAF/RSAF or equivalent technical training courses.
• Experience:
5-8 years experience in the career field.
• Other:
Normal color vision is mandatory.