Aircraft Sheetmetal and Structures Mechanic
ARINC - Oklahoma City, OK

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Do you want to make a positive impact on a rapidly growing company with locations worldwide? If so, we have a great opportunity for you as an Aircraft Structures Technician. In this role, you will contribute to aircraft maintenance, modification, and integration programs at ARINC's state of the art hangar in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This work will be performed on a variety of different airframes, and program types, spanning both the civilian and military sectors.

Some of the duties you will be performing in this role are:
  • Accomplish all facets of aircraft sheetmetal and structural repair, maintenance, modification and component installation
  • Disassemble, repair, patch, re-work, fabricate and install complex internal & external aircraft structural items and assemblies
  • Plan, lay-out, fabricate and install modifications
  • Conduct inspections, corrosion repair, component removal and installation, and operational checks
  • Interpret technical manuals, engineering drawings, blueprints and schematics
  • Assist aircraft mechanics and avionics technicians with various tasks
  • Accomplish removal and disassembly of defective parts
  • Accomplish assembly and installation of replacement parts to include final operational checks
  • Operate all power tools and equipment necessary to accomplish job assignments
  • Complete all required maintenance records in an accurate and timely manner
  • Tow and park aircraft
  • Present a clean and neat work area to our customers
  • Support all company policies and safety programs to include AS9100, OSHA and EPA guidelines
  • Perform various additional duties as assigned
Though most of your work will be done at ARINC's Aircraft Modification Center on Will Roger's International Airport in Oklahoma City, OK, it will likely cover a variety of different airframes, modifications and aircraft maintenance responsibilities. Qualifications To be considered for this position you must have at least six (6) or more years of aircraft structures experience encompassing depot maintenance, modifications, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and line maintenance. Your experience needs to cover a variety of airframes and modifications.

Some of the specific qualifications we require are:
  • Must be able to work independently, or as part of a team, with little or no supervision
  • Must be willing to work long hours as necessary, while adhering to strict regulatory specifications and guidance
  • Must comply with the FAA and DoD’s anti-drug/alcohol misuse and prevention programs that include random drug testing
  • Must be able to walk, sit, stand, climb, crawl, twist, bend, lie on creepers, gain entry to and work in confined areas, and work from elevated platforms (reached from ladders and powered lifts)
  • Must be able to lift, carry, move, push, pull and install 30-50 lb components unassisted, have 20/20 corrected vision, good hearing, and be willing to wear all required safety equipment (Personal Protective Equipment – PPE)
  • Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements, including U.S. Citizenship, for access to classified information.
Desired Experience:
  • Preferred selection will be given to candidates possessing a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) endorsed Airframe & Powerplant License
  • Previous heavy structures or avionics background a plus
  • Previous fuel cell / fuel repair work a plus
  • Previous engine and/or propeller work a plus
  • Candidates possessing both military and civilian aviation maintenance experience a plus
  • Previous experience working C-130 and/or KC-135 aircraft a plus

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