C-130 PSI Aircraft Lead Mechanic
The Contractor shall provide and maintain as required by the contract at least one lead aircraft mechanic per C-130 aircraft in PSI or UDLM. In addition to general qualifications and tasks specified for Aircraft Mechanic I (SOW 5.5.8) and Aircraft Mechanic II (SOW 5.5.10), the Aircraft Lead Mechanic must meet all qualifications and demonstrate experience performing the following work:
- These individuals shall have a documented minimum of eight years working as an aircraft mechanic with three years as an aircraft lead mechanic of a depot repair/overhaul team. Work typically requires a thoroughly comprehensive knowledge of aircraft mechanical component troubleshooting/repair procedures and replacement of components, a thorough knowledge of aircraft sheet metal/structural modification and repair and the ability to determine functionality of non-complex electrical systems.
- A detailed knowledge of aircraft unique tools such as test equipment, torque wrenches, dial indicators, micrometers, cable tensionmeters, sheet metal brakes and sheers, etc. is required.
- These individuals shall have demonstrated expertise with corrosion control, aircraft systems and management of an aircraft in PSI or equivalent procedures.
- These individuals must possess the experience and ability to provide technical support to structural/mechanical engineers and customers alike.
- Must possess excellent organizational skills in prioritizing workload to meet aircraft delivery schedule.
- These individuals will be required to make entries in aircraft logs and records, and are responsible for providing guidance and technical expertise to lower level technicians throughout all aircraft modifications and/or maintenance efforts.
- It is highly desirable that these individuals have an extensive knowledge of USCG aeronautical engineering policy as outlined in Commandant Instruction Manual CIM 13020.l (series) and Process Guide PG-85-00-11OA.
In addition, the C-130 PSI Aircraft Lead Mechanics must have the following basic personnel requirements in performance of this contract:
- Possess High School diploma or equivalent.
- Capable of performing tasks that frequently require: lifting, reaching, bending, walking, pulling, sitting, standing, crouching, stooping, kneeling, and stretching for
prolonged periods of time. Must be capable of performing tasks in
cramped, awkward, and strained positions and/or climbing up and down ladders, work platforms, scaffolding, and aircraft structures. Must be capable of carrying items up to 40 pounds or, for heavier objects, must seek assistance of other workers or weight lifting devices. Must be capable of wearing cumbersome personal protective equipment for HAZMAT operations.
- Possess knowledge of basic computer skills sufficient to use Government computer system to access various technical references for airframe repairs and Government training requirements.
- Comply with work order timekeeping system procedures.
- Maintain situational awareness, stay cognitive-focused, and mitigate risks.
- Comply with processes and procedures as per DHS/DOD documents and publications.
- Complete required training as stated by Federal regulations, State regulations, and requirements in accordance with the GFR DCMA INST 8210.l(series)/ COMDTINST M13020.3(series) for the job/processes performed; and have documentation on file for courses completed.
- USCG Base Elizabeth City owns and is responsible for the environmental permits required to operate onboard the facility. The USCG ALC is a tenant of Base Elizabeth City, therefore, all ALC operations are covered by the Base's environmental compliance permits. Prior to performing industrial work, personnel must be trained in USCG ALC environmental policies and procedures. As a minimum, personnel shall be trained in the requirements of ALC Instructions 5224.20 (series) Waste and Recycling Management, 5224.21 (series) Hazardous Materials Management and 5224.22 (series) Spill Prevention and Emergency Response. Personnel shall follow all ALC Standard Operating Procedures that include environmental compliance requirements. Guidance posters and charts are located throughout the facility and should be followed, as applicable.
- 40 CFR 273.36 requires that ALL (industrial, office, etc.) employees be familiar with the facility' s Universal Waste (UW) (batteries and lamps) procedures and emergency response. For convenience, a training presentation for UW Management at USCG ALC is available on the ALC portal or from the ALC Environmental Management Representative.
- 40 CFR 112.7 requires that all employees that handle fuels be trained in the site-specific Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures (SPCCP) plan. Required training and site#173; specific training materials are provided by Base Elizabeth City. Facilities Response Plan (FRP) Training is also provided. In addition, CGTO PG-85-00-170 USCG Fuel Handling Procedures (Aircraft) section 11. B. addresses the training requirements for aviation fuel handlers.
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