Worldwide Flight Services
The work of the Mechanic classification includes the following: Troubleshooting, disassembly, checking and cleaning, repairing, replacing, testing, adjusting, assembling, installing, servicing, fabricating, or towing any ground equipment while in service or while undergoing overhaul and/or modification. Certifies for quality of workmanship, including signing mechanical releases on field work. May be assigned to order, receive, inventory, secure or disburse parts and supplies on or off airport facilities. May have other Mechanic personnel assigned to assist in completing an assignment. Works according to Company regulations and procedures and instructions from lead, supervisor or general manager. Completes forms connected with work assignments according to established procedures and will communicate with other Company personnel as required in a manner designated by the Company. Remain cognizant of WFS staff, security contractors, and visitors’ activities and report security breaches, suspicious occurences, or non-compliance with the site security plan to managers or via the WFS whistleblower program. Comply with WFS site security procedures for assigned warehouse and other operations. This job is covered by a collective bargaining agreement.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Must have Engine (Gas & Diesel), Hydraulics, Electrical; Diagnose and repair malfunctions as needed; Utilize technical drawing and testing equipment; Obtain replacement parts, install and/or make repairs
Must be able to perform the following functions in variable weather and environmental conditions:
Bend, stoop, and crawl to work in tight, restricted spaces including fuel cells an aircraft belly areas.
Push, pull, lift, and parts and components weighing up to 60 pounds in the process of assembling, disassembling, repairing, or installation of these parts and components from a sitting, standing, bending, squatting, or overhead position.
Lift and carry tools and equipment weighing up to 100 pounds.
Drive vehicles weighing up to ten (10) tons (up to forty (40) tons in select assignments) in congested areas requiring good depth perception and ability to distinguish colors red, green, and yellow.
Work with color-coded wiring and other components which requires the ability to differentiate colors to include but not limited to red, green, yellow, blue, black, brown, white, and orange.
Operate a variety of tools, including power tools, in the process of assembling, disassembling, repairing, and installing parts and components while reaching, twisting, turning, and gripping.
Work in a high noise-level environment.
Read and interpret printed or computerized maintenance manuals, write legibly to complete forms/paperwork as required.
Must be able to regulate own work with little supervision and accomplish tasks on own.
Confer with Manager for complex repairs, which require approval.
Must provide own tools.
Reports to work on a regular and timely basis.