T56 Technician Engine Maintenance

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Job Detail
Industry
Aerospace and Defense
Functional Area:
Operations
Total Position:
1
Job Type:
Full Time/Permanent ( First Shift (Day)‎ )
Job Location:
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Gender:
Male
Nationality:
Saudi
Career Level:
Experienced Professional
Education:
Diploma
Minimum Experience:
3 Years(T56 Engine)
Work Permit:
Saudi Arabia
Apply By :
May 1, 2018
Posted On:
Jan 31, 2018
Job Description

Duties & Responsibilities
  • Overhaul and repair the engine/module with appropriate work orders, technical orders, manuals, work plan, and documents.
  • Ensure all the paperwork are completed and updated before submitting to cell leader.
  • Instruct the personnel on the necessary servicing, inspections, and proper troubleshooting techniques to use to diagnose and correct any malfunctions.
  • Follow the safety procedure.
  • Ensure that only special equipment, special tools, and precision measuring equipment are in current calibration and serviceable are utilized for repair of the engine/module and associated components.
  • Ensures tools accountability at start and end of the shift.
  • Perform housekeeping, foreign object debris, and corrosion prevention program in the shop floor area.
  • Ensure all chemicals and consumables are available and serviceable.
  • Ensuring work compliances to standards, tolerances and fits & working in accordance with MEPC Standard work procedures.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Required Skills

• Relevant Certification or Training from a recognized technical institution is a plus.
• Ability to do the work of the position without more than normal supervision.
• Ability to interpret Instructions and specifications concerning procedures.
• Attention to detail
• Good communication skills
• Troubleshooting skills
• Team player and high level of integrity
• Adaptability and good emergency response
• General tool usage and following safety instructions