|AECOM is currently recruiting for a Maintenance Test Pilot Rotary Wing (CH-47) position at Fort Wainwright.|
1) Pilot's aircraft and serves as aircraft Pilot in Command when accomplishing maintenance test flight acceptance and support missions as prescribed by customer requirements.
2) Plan mission and obtains briefing information on purpose of flight test, weather, operation procedures, intelligence and special instructions.
3 Prepare flight plans considering such factors as altitude, terrain, weather, aircraft, crew capabilities, threats, operational and training requirements and flight procedures.
4) Prepare and file flight clearance.
5) Ensure the aircraft is preflight inspected, loaded, equipped and manned for mission.
6) Inspect engines, fuselage and control surfaces for mechanical and structural soundness.
7) Inspect and test mission equipment for proper operations.
8) Ensures that weight and balance are correct, fuel supply is adequate and survival and rescue equipment is properly stowed.
9) Brief crewmembers and non-crewmembers pm safety and emergency procedures and scope of mission.
10) Pilot operates controls and equipment to take off and land under varying flying conditions. )Perform prescribed test maneuvers, instrument readings and records results and test specifications as prescribed by the contract or customer requirements.
11) Test both normal and emergency functions of systems.
12) Coordinate and direct flight phases of test or support with other aircraft.
13) Maintain flight records and reports observations made during mission.
14) Conduct and supervise training of crewmembers.
15) Orient and brief crewmembers and non-crewmembers on duties and responsibilities, flight operation and mission profile.
16) Maintain proficiency and currency requirements.
17) Provide detailed and effective communications with ground maintenance personnel on results of test or acceptance flights.
18) During non-flight periods is capable of and performs duties of Technical Inspector, inspecting maintenance and modification actions on assigned aircraft.
19) Musts are able to work overtime on weekends as deemed necessary by supervisor.