Aircraft Survival Flight Equipment Repairer Featured
- Helena, Montana
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Aircraft Survival Flight Equipment Repairer job at Confidential in Helena MT
Description, duties, responsibilities
This position is located in the Aviation Life Support function ARNG Aviation Support Facility. Provides control inspection and certification testing evaluation and maintenance or overhaul of Aviation Life Support Equipment (ALSE). Provides initial and continuation instruction in the following ALSE subject categories: environmental life support and protective subsystems over water survival equipment escape and descent life support subsystems survival recovery life support subsystem global survival aircrew chemical decontamination procedures and aircrew chemical defense task qualification training. Documents and maintains records of ALSE crewmember training. Inspects tests certifies repairs assembles and maintains ALSE to include aircraft/aircrew electronic communications equipment and aircraft-oxygen related items aircraft modular survival system life preservers helicopter emergency egress devices first aid kits and microclimate cooling vests. Equipment also includes helmets and helmet-mounted devices such as: laser eye protection nuclear flash-blindness goggles and night vision goggles; and heads up displays; survival kits and survival components to include radios beacons strobe lights pyrotechnics and various other survival items. Issues fits and adjusts ALSE. Schedules and maintains inspection and accountability documentation on ALSE and weapons. Inspects and maintains stock of medications necessary in survival vests survival kits and first aid kits. Maintains documentation of all procedures conducted. Performs ALSE supply functions to include maintenance and records of Bench Stock/ Shop Stock Prescribed Load Lists Operational Load Lists sensitive items and Class VIII supply items. Instructs crewmembers in all categories of ALSE. Instructs aircrew and other personnel such as aircraft maintenance personnel aircrew and non-aircrew members of other services and agencies in the care use theory of operation and capabilities of ALSE used in a variety of global environments. Instructs aircrew and other personnel in procedures and techniques for ground and air egress hanging harness and personnel lowering devices water ditching and water survival. Instructs survival techniques to include peacetime and combat scenarios; food and water procurement land navigation shelter building fire-craft search and rescue escape evasion and resistance physiological and psychological aspects of survival; signaling devices such as radios beacons strobe lights mirrors handheld flare and gyro jet flares time-on-target satellite signaling techniques. Administers practical and written evaluations. Develops charts mock-ups and maintains training aids. May conduct passenger briefings. Certifies initial and continuation training of aircrew and other personnel. Certifies ALSE requirements for all missions; ensures aircraft are properly configured with proper types and numbers of ALSE dependent on destination and mission being flown. Certifies by signature forms and equipment records to verify proper configuration and serviceability of aircraft installed equipment. Conducts FOT&E (Follow on Test and Evaluation) of ALSE to ensure flight safety and optimum performance standards. Makes suggestions and recommendations to change processes and procedures related to technical material governing equipment and practices. Forecasts requisitions and stores life support equipment and supplies. Complies with safety fire security and housekeeping regulations. Ensures quarterly inspections by Commander Aviation Safety Officer and Flight Surgeon. Ensures that material and equipment are properly stored protected and maintained. Issues ALSE lockers to aircrew members. Supervises instructs trains and certifies traditional Guard members on all facets of the aircrew life support career field; performs task evaluations and documents OJT records. Coordinates mobility and deployment requirements. Maintains publications such as regulations and other directives. Ensures publications are reviewed quarterly by Commander ALSO Standardization Pilot and Aviation Safety Officer. Prepares for and participates in various types of readiness evaluations inspections mobilization and command support exercises. Ensures ALSE shop is prepared for Aviation Resource Management Survey inspections. May be required to perform such additional duties as structural fire fighting aircraft fire/crash/rescue duty security guard snow removal munitions loading and handling heavy equipment operation maintenance of facilities and equipment or serve as a team member on boards to cope with natural disasters or civil emergencies. May serve as a voting member of the aircraft accident mishap investigation boards and prepares related reports. Prepares Annual Budget analysis and projections for ALSE shop operations. Performs other duties as assigned. Military Grades: E1 - E8/1SG Compatible Military Assignments: 15 92 series or 68A/W GENERAL EXPERIENCE: Must possess experience or training which demonstrates the applicants knowledge of materials and equipment used in the line of work (helmets torso harness assemblies parachutes survival equipment). Ability to understand written instructions and to use reference materials and manuals. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Must possess at least 18 months of experience or training which has demonstrated knowledge of aviation life support equipment. Experience reading and interpreting military manuals. Experience in supply procedures and property accountability. Experience collecting information and presenting it to various sized groups. Experience in planning a functional shop maintenance program is essential. You must list specific dates (DAY/MONTH/YEAR - DAY/MONTH/YEAR) with experience on resume to be considered. NOTE: Your application must contain a DETAILED description of both civilian and military experience as it relates to the general and specialized experience requirements.Department:4818 Aircraft Survival Flight Equipment RepairSalary Range:$26.43 to $30.85 per hour
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