An aircraft mechanic/inspector who employs a strong work ethic and the latest technology to every repair project. Employs great communication skills to relay complex problems to customers and coworkers.
|Diagnosis and repair Hands on training Preventative maintenance Approve or deny issuance of Mathematical aptitude certificates of airworthiness Equipment safety expert Inspect new, repaired, or modified Small engine mechanics aircraft to identify damage or defects, and to assess airworthiness and conformance to standards, using checklists, hand tools, and test instruments.|
Adjust doors to open or close with the correct amount of effort or make simple
adjustments to electric openers.
Wind large springs with upward motion of arm.
Inspect job sites, assessing headroom, side room, or other conditions to determine
appropriateness of door for a given location.
Collect payment upon job completion.
Complete required paperwork, such as work orders, according to services
performed or required.
Fasten angle iron back-hangers to ceilings and tracks, using fasteners or welding
Repair or replace worn or broken door parts, using hand tools.
Carry springs to tops of doors, using ladders or scaffolding, and attach springs to
tracks to install spring systems.
Set doors into place or stack hardware sections into openings after rail or track
Remove or disassemble defective automatic mechanical door closers, using hand
Install door frames, rails, steel rolling curtains, electronic-eye mechanisms, or
electric door openers and closers, using power tools, hand tools, and electronic
Apply hardware to door sections, such as drilling holes to install locks.
Order replacement springs, sections, or slats.
Assemble and fasten tracks to structures or bucks, using impact wrenches or
Run low voltage wiring on ceiling surfaces, using insulated staples.
Cut door stops or angle irons to fit openings.
Study blueprints and schematic diagrams to determine appropriate methods of
installing or repairing automated door openers.
Bore or cut holes in flooring as required for installation, using hand or power tools.
Operate lifts, winches, or chain falls to move heavy curtain doors.
Lubricate door closer oil chambers and pack spindles with leather washers.
Install dock seals, bumpers, or shelters.
Fabricate replacements for worn or broken parts, using welders, lathes, drill
presses, or shaping or milling machines.
Clean door closer parts, using caustic soda, rotary brushes, or grinding wheels.
Cover treadles with carpeting or other floor covering materials and test systems by
Operating a forklift.
Restoration experience and IICRC certified .
Identify the source of the problem and scope fire, wind, water and disaster related
Perform water extraction and pack-out of contents.
Determine the course of action and perform any construction demolition and
structural drying per IICRC standards and industry best practice.
Remove and dispose of any non-salvageable flooring that was affected by the water
Perform light construction demo upon approval
Set up air movers and/or dehumidifiers and monitor daily.
Prepare all documentation pertaining to the loss (contracts, pictures, sketching,
daily reports, etc.)
Drive and operate company truck to jobsites, office duties, and job site monitoring.
Move drying equipment and other items from job site to warehouse as needed.
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