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  1. Maintenance Facilities & Job Descriptions

  2. Aircraft Maintenance Hangar

  3. Avionics Shop

  4. Job Description for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer: Maintain, service, inspect, test and undertake fault diagnosis of airframe, engine (including propellers and rotors) and electrical systems, components and accessories on aircraft. These include: Landing gears; wheels and brakes, skids Pneumatic and hydraulic systems Fuel systems Flight control systems Environmental control and pressurization systems Fire detection and prevention systems Oxygen systems Containerized cargo handling systems Doors and windows Lighting systems Ice and rain protection systems.

  5. Job Description for Avionics Maintenance Engineer: Maintain, inspect, test and undertake fault diagnosis of electrical, electronic, instrument and radio systems, components and accessories on aircraft. These include: Generator and power distribution systems Navigation, radar and integrated flight systems Indicating and recording systems Lighting systems Aircraft information systems Autopilot systems Fly-by-wire flight control systems Digital engine control systems In-flight entertainment and cabin systems Communication systems.

  6. Job Description for Airframe maintenance engineer: Maintain and repair the fuselage (body), flight deck (cockpit), cabin, mechanical systems, wings, and other parts of aircraft. Inspect/check the airframe (fuselage & wings of an aircraft) and mechanical systems of aircraft, looking for defects and system faults. If a defect/fault is found, it may be your responsibility to diagnose/troubleshoot the problem, then repair or replace any defective/faulty parts. Specific components/parts are life limited and will have to be changed when the original equipment manufacturers (OEM) specified life is reached, and to do this you will have to verify/test the replacement parts for serviceability and applicability before installation. Read and understand maintenance manuals, structural repair manuals, overhaul manuals and service information published by an aircraft/component manufacturer. Servicing the aircraft/component and maintaining accurate maintenance records. Follow set procedures and processes in the aircraft maintenance manuals to make sure that work is completed methodically and logically.

  7. Job Description for Power plant Maintenance Engineer: 1. Maintain and repair the engines, propellers and rotors, inspect/check the engines and associated mechanical systems looking for defects and system faults. If a defect/fault is found, it may be your responsibility to diagnose/troubleshoot the problem, then repair or replace any defective/faulty parts. 2. Specific components/parts are life limited and will have to be changed when the original equipment manufacturers (OEM) specified life is reached, and to do this you will have to verify/test the replacement parts for serviceability and applicability before installation. 3. Read and understand maintenance manuals, structural repair manuals, overhaul manuals and service information published by an aircraft/component manufacturer. 4. Servicing the aircraft/component and maintaining accurate maintenance records. 5. Follow set procedures and processes in the aircraft maintenance manuals to make sure that work is completed methodically and logically.

  8. Job description for Aircraft Structures Engineer: Fabricate, maintain and repair sheet metal, bonded and non-metallic composite material and components on pressurized and non-pressurized aircraft. Must be familiar with airframe, engine and electrical components. Carry out a wide variety of metal forming and joining processes using hand and power tools, and work with various fiber-reinforced plastic materials.