Saudi Arabia, Middle East
AIRCRAFT ARRESTING GEAR SYSTEM TECHNICIAN
The Aircraft Arresting Gear System / Barrier Maintenance Technician is responsible for the operation, maintenance, inspection and training on the aircraft arresting system.
Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or location:
- Provide BAK-14 and BAK-12, 500S Aircraft Arresting System (AAS) training and maintenance scheduling, recurring maintenance and repairs to support the Company and end-user personnel.
- Training shall be consistent with requirements of AFI 32-1043, Managing, Operating, and Maintaining Aircraft Arresting Systems and ESCO SOM technical data.
- Perform BAK-14, BAK-12 and 500S, daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance schedules that meet or exceed all manufacturer’s specifications and/or military Technical Orders
- Monitor and operate control boards to regulate power plants.
- Operate and maintain diesel generating units and auxiliary equipment.
- Inspect equipment for malfunctions.
- Oils, greases and adjusts machinery and equipment and makes minor repairs.
- Make periodic inspections to see that all equipment and controls are operating properly and are in good condition.
- Maintain consumption and production records.
- Reports defects and recommends improvements, alterations and repairs.
- Maintains inventory lists and requisitions supplies, materials and repair parts.
- Assist in training lower level power plant operators and others.
- Perform other qualified duties as assigned
Knowledge & Skills
- Knowledge of document and report writing.
- Technical understanding of power plant operation and maintenance.
- Knowledge of safe work practices and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
- Fluency in reading, writing, and speaking, and understanding English.
Experience & Education
- Minimum ten (10) years aircraft barrier experience in operation and maintenance of BAK-12 and/or 500S and BAK-14 aircraft arresting systems.
- Must have completed an approved DOD school in the operation and maintenance of aircraft arresting systems or equivalent commercial school.
- USAF CEMIRT experience is highly desirable;
- Experience in the maintenance and operation of commercial grade generators ranging in size from 5 to 2500 kilowatts is not required but strongly desired.
- Physical Requirements/Working Environment.
- Able to work in extreme weather conditions for moderate periods of time.
- Able to lift at least 30 to 50 pounds.
- Able to stand for long periods.
Saudi Arabia, Middle East
Aviation Maintenance, Operations / Management