CV-22 Mech Trainer Staff

CV-22 Mech trainer, train personnel on mandatory 5 level core and selected duty position task. Perform additional hands on flight line training, continuation training, and technical assistance/advice.

Basic Qualifications
CV-22 Mech Trainers, Skills equivalent to the USAF Craftsman (7-skill level) (Reference AFI 36-2101) in a like position/system on the CV-22 and a minimum of three (3) years' experience in the respective specialty on the CV-22. Must be familiar with AFIs, IMDS, IETMs, and technical orders. Must have excellent communication skills, trainers will present themselves as a positive role model for students.

Desired skills
Experience with remove, replace or perform maintenance on aircraft Hydraulic, Main landing gear, nose landing gear, aircraft engines, gearboxes, drive shafts and all related components, refuel/defuel, jack, tow, preflight, thru-flight, BPO and flight controls.

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Job Location(s): Clovis New Mexico


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