MI-17 Crew Chief
The individual will function as crew chief on fixed or rotary wing aircraft. Provides crew mission briefs, preflight inspections, flight preparation, passenger briefings, internal load operations, preflight procedures, radio communications procedures, airspace surveillance, fuel management procedures, fast rope operations, slope operations, emergency egress, hand and arm signals, and refueling operations.
Responsible for performing customer support activities involving the installation, modification, and repair of complex equipment and systems. Conducts on-site installation and testing of equipment to ensure proper working order. Isolates equipment start-up malfunctions and takes corrective action. May make technical presentations and has a strong knowledge of products. Trains customer personnel in equipment operation and maintenance responsibilities. Serves as mentor to Afghan Crew Chiefs.
Active SECRET clearance
Must have past or current designation as a Flight Engineer in the applicable aircraft and have 1,000 hours of experience in performing duties in support of functional/operational check, ferry, and support flights.
Must possess a military medical or FAA Class II clearance and be able to meet applicable physical and physiological minimum requirements for the applicable aircraft.
A high school diploma or GEDrclements@mag-ds.comse for applicable aircraft are required.
- Must be eligible for a federal government clearance