Lockheed Martin Instrumentation Mechanic A in Fort Worth, Texas
Is responsible for planning and layout, fabrication and assembly of instrumentation provisioning for flight test aircraft and development projects where no established procedures or method exists and work is accomplished from the verbal instructions and/or rough sketches of engineering. May accomplish machining operations required to fabricate instrumentation details and components. Is responsible for the functional check and calibration of direct reading aircraft instruments and electro-mechanical sensing devices used for the accumulation of development test data. Installs, operationally checks, calibrates and maintains direct reading instrumentation sensing devices of an electro-mechanical nature on aircraft undergoing flight test evaluation and performs the layout necessary to establish the locations for and accomplishes the assembly and installation to provide provisioning for new and changed engineering requirements. Hooks up lines and/or electrical cables from sensing devices to termination points (either a visual indicator or the in-put terminals of electronic data handling systems) and ascertains that such hookups to this point are proper. This occupation requires the development, fabrication, assembly, modification, installation rework and maintenance of direct reading instruments and electrical and mechanical test equipment for developmental research and flight test instrumentation operations and testing. Please identify "basic qualifications" and "desired" skills for this position. The skills listed below will be displayed to all job seekers on the web. They will help you make and justify a selection decision. Recruiters will also use these skills to prepare search criteria when sourcing resumes. Basic qualifications are those that the candidate must absolutely possess in order to be selected for the position, and Desired Skills are those skills that would set a candidate apart from the others.
Basic Qualifications Demonstrated experience and high level of proficiency in one or more of the following.
Electrical harness assembly and install at sub assembly and aircraft level. Capable of using associated tools (i.e. Crimpers, Ohm Meters, etc.)
Structural assembly and install at sub assembly and aircraft level. Capable of utilizing basic machine shop measuring tools.
Strain gage installation at sub assembly and aircraft level with high attention to detail. Capable of using associated tools (i.e. Crimpers, Ohm Meters, etc.)
Hand fabrication of raw sheet metal. Capable of utilizing basic machine shop measuring tools.
Complex CNC machine work with ability to analyze and program own parts via CATIA friendly software programs. Capable of utilizing basic machine shop measuring tools.
Demonstrated ability to move between skills as needed. Position requires skills in multiple areas. Candidate must be willing to learn and function in multiple skills listed above.
Desired skills A&P license. Performs the modification of sensing device installations to accomplish special applications. Diagnoses and corrects electro-mechanical and provisioning malfunctions of sensing device failures occurring during instrumentation system ground run or those detected during flight operations. Ability to maintain, modify, repair and install various types of electronic equipment used in flight test instrumentation or developmental research. May be required to provide general instrumentation support for engineering projects. Perform flight line mechanics' work incidental to and in connection with the work described herein. Ability to operate electronic data entry, storage, processing, and/or retrieval equipment as a routine part of accomplishing their normal job assignments.
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Job Location(s): Fort Worth Texas