Wednesday , February 8 2023

Coast Guard Careers – AVIATION MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

Website U.S. Coast Guard

Job Description:

AMTs inspect, service, maintain, troubleshoot and repair aircraft engines, auxiliary power units, propellers, rotor systems, power train systems, and associated airframe and systems-specific electrical components. They service, maintain and repair aircraft fuselages; wings; rotor blades; fixed and movable flight control surfaces; and also bleed aircraft air, hydraulic and fuel systems. AMTs also fill aircrew positions such as flight engineer, flight mechanic, loadmaster, dropmaster, sensor-systems operator and basic aircrewman.

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Job Responsibilities:

AMTs are stationed at large and small Coast Guard air stations throughout the United States, including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. AMTs maintain and crew fixed wing aircraft including HC-130H and J (Hercules), HC-144 (Ocean Sentry), and the HU-25A (Falcon). Rotary wing choices include the HH-60J (Jay-Hawk) and HH-65A (Dolphin) helicopters. AMTs inspect, service, maintain, troubleshoot and repair aircraft engines, auxiliary power units, propellers, rotor systems, powertrain systems, structural components, and associated airframe and systems-specific electrical components. They service, maintain and repair aircraft fuselages; wings; rotor blades; fixed and movable flight control surfaces; and also bleed aircraft air, hydraulic and fuel systems. AMTs also crew aircraft in positions such as flight engineer, flight mechanic, precision marksman, loadmaster, dropmaster, sensor-systems operator and basic aircrewman.

Job Requirements:

You must have an aptitude for mechanics. School courses in algebra, geometry, electronics and machine shop are very helpful. Candidates must pass an aircrew-candidate physical and qualify for a “Secret” security clearance.

Job Details:

Company: U.S. Coast Guard

Vacancy Type:  Full Time

Job Location: Daytona Beach, FL, US

Application Deadline: N/A

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