Knowledge of electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical principles that apply to aircraft maintenance is mandatory. Must have a broad background in C-130 systems operations and be proficient in inspecting, maintaining, and servicing aircraft. Completion of a basic C-130 Aircraft General technical course is mandatory. Must have working knowledge of aircraft maintenance forms, records and reports to meet the job standards prescribed by the RSAF. Must be able to speak, read, comprehend and write English clearly and distinctly. Completion of high school or equivalent is mandatory. Must be qualified and capable of providing necessary job training to the Customer.
Minimum of five (5) years experience on the C-130 aircraft is mandatory. Three (3) years experience performing Isochronal / Periodic / Phase Inspections on C-130 aircraft is highly desirable.
3. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
a. Reports to the ISO Dock Chief as an ISO Inspection APG.
b. Prepares aircraft for ISO inspection, to include ensuring proper servicing, relocation, configuration, and positioning within theInspection Bay.
c. Configures aircraft as required to enable completion of specialist inspection and associated maintenance requirements.
d. Performs ISO inspections as specified in applicable Inspection Work Cards on C-130 aircraft.
e. Performs pre- and post-ISO on-aircraft engine runs to determine engine performance (if qualified).
f. Returns aircraft to service, to include necessary servicing and preparation of aircraft for flight following ISO inspection completion.
g. Responsible for conducting Customer training, to include OJT, and maintenance of training records for the ISO Inspection Dock.
h. Performs other related duties as directed.