Technician II Jobs in Holbrook, NY at AMETEK
Title: Technician II
Location: Holbrook, NY
AMETEK MRO, a unit of AMETEK Aerospace & Defense, is a global provider of third-party MRO services to commercial, regional and general aviation customers as well as military, helicopter and business jet markets.
The pursuit of innovation and excellence are the driving force at AMETEK MRO. For decades, our businesses have served the MRO market offering total solutions. With a focus on innovation, performance and integrity, AMETEK MRO is well positioned in highly competitive market segments to expect
continued business growth. Supporting this growth are our eleven certified repair centers and over 700 employees across the globe.
Business Unit:AMETEK MRO AMERON has over 40 years of experience servicing and selling aircraft safety equipment thought its operating divisions, AMERON Global Product Support (AGPS) and MASS Systems. Operating three FAA-145 repair stations, AMERON specializes in the repair and overhaul of aircraft fire extinguishers, oxygen systems, crew masks and other flight safety equipment. AMERON also offers for sale a wide variety of PMA parts related to the safety equipment it repairs.
Acquired by AMETEK in 2009, AMERON is a unit within AMETEK MRO’s Aerospace and Defense Division, a recognized global provider of third-party MRO services to commercial, regional and general aviation customers as well as military, helicopter and business jet markets.
Position Summary:The Technician is responsible for overhauling and repair aircraft oxygen masks, cylinders, fire extinguishers and other aviation components.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Overhaul and repair fire extinguishers, oxygen masks, cylinder/regulator assemblies.
Receive equipment and product inspection.
Complete work orders and other paperwork.
Test equipment through the use of pressure gauges and flow meters.
Troubleshoot mechanical issues by following the maintenance manuals.
Torque regulators to the cylinders using product specs from the OEM manuals.
Hydrostatically test oxygen cylinders .
Uses equipment and materials properly.
Reports potentially unsafe conditions.
Other duties as assigned.
High School Diploma or GED
A&P certification is strongly preferred
3-5 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Proficient in the use of hand tools.
Experience in working with high pressure oxygen.
Aircraft industry experience preferred.
Assembly line and Mechanical experience considered (will train).
Ability to read and interpret documents such as blueprints, Parts Manuals, safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Willing to perform repetitive tasks while sitting or standing for extended periods of time.
Ability to perform work accurately and thoroughly.
Must pass FAA pre-employment Drug and Alcohol testing
Must read, write, and speak English fluently.
Due to contracts with the United States Government, the candidate must be either a US Citizen or Green card holder