These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Aircraft Mechanic resumes for your reference.
- Perform non-routine/routine maintenance, modification, alteration and inspection of aircraft in compliance with company and regulatory guidelines.
- Conduct troubleshooting, application and disposition of Minimum Equipment List (MEL), Configuration Deviation List (CDL), Nonessential Equipment and Furnishings (NEF), and General Maintenance Manual (GMM).
- Meet aircraft that transit stations, check aircraft maintenance logs, and respond to discrepancies entered into the log book.
- Responsible for aircraft maintenance, which include electrical, plumbing, structural and engine components.
- Perform, troubleshooting, repairs, disassembly and assembly of aircraft components and parts, lubrication of aircraft components.
- Perform lubrication on main nose landing gear, flight control, remove and replace serviceable tires, service engine, APU and components.
- Read and interpret, maintenance manuals, service requirements, and other specifications to determine method of repair and/or replacement components.
- Maintain or repair aircraft, aircraft engine, aircraft components and avionics systems according to Delta and FAA specifications.
- Perform assembly of parts and after repair or installation of components.
- Understand basic knowledge of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic disciplines as they apply to aircraft systems.
- Inspect aircrafts for any component defects, break-outs, fluid leakages, etc.
- Assemble and disassemble various components of aircraft during repairs and maintenance.
- Perform maintenance, disassembly, rework, repair, replacement, re-assembly or adjustment of various aircraft components.
- Performed required or non-routine inspections, repaired aircraft and engines and all associated systems using safe, cost effective maintenance procedures in the hangar or the flight line.
- Worked on Airbus & Embraer Aircraft to evaluate and troubleshoot faults pertaining to electronic, pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical systems.
- Completed mechanical work involved in the dismantling, overhauling, repairing,fabricating, assembling components on all systems of aircraft, engines, avionics equipment, and instruments.
- Carry out daily inspections on all rotary aircraft /fixed wings aircraft as applicable and make appropriate role changes and replenishment when necessary.
- Check aircraft servicing forms to ensure forms are updated for maintenance action, check and ensure that deferment logs are up to date, check forecast sheet for component replacement or overhaul.
- Rectify any ground support equipment which becomes unserviceable while carrying out task.
- Carry out aircraft starts, towing, refueling, defueling, daily inspections, turnarounds and washing of all aircraft.
- According to FAA procedures performed the maintenance and servicing of aircraft used for transportation and retained the related maintenance records.
- Worked with all parts of aircraft including engines, electrical systems, temperature control systems, hydraulic systems, communications systems, and instrument systems.
- Performed troubleshooting, engine run-ups, taxiing, towing, dismantling, repairing and assembling.
- Responsible for conducting routine inspections and maintaining aircraft systems and subsystems.
- Assigned the tasks of troubleshooting and repairing aircraft systems.
- Properly removed and replaced components in the pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical system while following proper maintenance procedure.
- Acquire the proper maintenance manual or technical document required to perform duties.
- Perform phase maintenance inspections and line maintenance on Uh-60M and Uh60HH including A/L Blackhawks.
- Remove and install UH-60 Blackhawk major components to include engines, rotor systems, flight controls, drive system, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, landing gear, and auxiliary power units, and generators.
- Proficient in operating heavy machinery such as the forklift and crane to successfully tow aircraft.
- Also the use of test and diagnostic equipment, hydraulic/servo valves, hydraulic actuators.
- Performed/coordinated maintenance with flying squadrons assigned to major commands and other base agencies.
- Responsible for all back shop, intermediate-level maintenance and local depot/contract field repairs.
- Determined operational status and evaluated operational effectiveness of aircraft and associated systems.
- Resolves, advises, and provides representation at the lowest level on mishaps and personal disputes within the contract agreement.
- Examine vital aircraft components, including landing gear and hydraulic systems, to lovate problems such as cracks and leaks.
- Inspect fuselage, wings, and tail using x-ray and magnetic inspection equipment to check for corrosion, distortion and invisible cracks.
- Utilize precision instrument and equipment to look closely at components like turbine blades for corrosion, cracks and other problems.
- Technicians must be able to read and interpret technical and maintenance manuals, diagrams and blueprints.
- Must document or record all work performed on Company provided logs, task cards, forms, tags or computer systems.
- Job tasks also include the research and ordering of needed parts and determining appropriate repair action.
- Gaining access to elevated areas of aircraft for maintenance and servicing may require the use of ladders, jet stairways, high lift trucks, boom lifts and other lifting devices.
- Activities include climbing, standing, stooping, bending, kneeling, sitting, working overhead and extensive walking.