Aircraft Worker (CBP NAM)


The Aircraft Worker responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Competently performing daily flight line and hangar maintenance on assigned aircraft

  • Performing inspections, corrosion control, trouble-shooting and fault isolation on aircraft systems

  • Furnishing own hand tools to perform maintenance on aircraft (necessary special tools and test equipment will be furnished by Customs)

  • Perform scheduled inspections and repair of Aviation Life Support Equipment (ALSE) in accordance with Operation manuals

  • Perform additional duties as assigned to complete the mission


The incumbent's supervisor is the contractor maintenance supervisor or a designated journeyman mechanic. The supervisor outlines specific procedures, policies and methods to be followed in the performance of aircraft maintenance and provides guidance in new and difficult tasks.



  • Must have had at least three (3) years of experience working full-time on aircraft.

  • Must have a minimum of one (1) year of experience in flight line trouble-shooting.

  • The incumbent must be competent in the repair and maintenance of airframes, hydraulics, fuel systems and aircraft engines.



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