Performs Maintenance, Repair, Launch, and Recovery activities on F-35 aircraft. Ensures aircraft are in good mechanical condition and safe for flight.
Performs maintenance, inspections, and servicing requirements in accordance with Joint Technical Data (JTD) and all applicable program and service guidance. Performs and/or assists with Field-Level Modifications and Time Compliance Technical Data (TCTD) maintenance actions. Assigns tasks to other maintenance team members.
Performs On-The-Job training for team members and Partner aircraft maintenance personnel. Maintains and updates aircraft records and status within the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) of the Autonomic Logistics Information System (ALIS). Keeps the Production staff updated on aircraft status. Performs other duties as assigned by the Aircraft Supervisor and Associate Aircraft Maintenance Manager.
The position will require working first (1st), second (2nd), or third (3rd) shift(s). Candidates should expect to depart on temporary duty assignments with short notice, dependent on customer needs. This may include certain military required health screenings and immunizations.
Candidate must be able to acquire and keep a flight line driver's competency card.
Regularly required to lift up to 50 pounds and perform repetitive movements, work overhead, use hands to grasp, handle, and/or feel, reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, squat, crawl, and twist.
Must have 6 months of hands-on F-35 maintenance experience to include working experience and knowledge of Autonomic Logistics Information System (ALIS) to include, Anomaly Fault Resolution System, Customer Relationship Management, Joint Technical Data Navigation, Portable Maintenance Aid (PMA)/Maintenance Vehicle Interface(MVI) activities, Configuration Management and forms documentation and supply chain management activities.
Requires minimum of 4 years hands-on working experience in 5 or 7-skill level USAF AFSC, CDI/CDQAR Navy NEC, or CDI/CDQAR United States Marine Corps, or equivalent on Fighter Attack Aircraft.
Knowledge of Safety, Tool Control, Foreign Object damage (FOD), Supply, Hazardous Material (HAZMAT), Quality, and Security programs.
Lockheed Martin Corporation