The Maintenance Records Clerk processes, screens and maintains aircraft maintenance records while providing technical assistance, guidance and instruction to employees in regard to maintenance documentation.
Performs the duties and responsibilities of the Data Entry classification.
Attains proficiency using NALCOMIS OOMA.
Accurately maintains work center NALCOMIS data.
Assists work center personnel as required.
Completes applicable maintenance related forms in accordance with established procedures and screens for accuracy.
Maintains work center personnel roster.
Orders and receives supplies and materials for assigned work center as required.
Prepares correspondence and reports as required.
Maintains work center technical publication annex library.
Complies with Foreign Object Damage (FOD), Hazardous Waste and Tool Control Programs.
Complies with all established general and industrial Safety rules and regulations as applicable to the contract, facility and job assignment.
Performs other qualified duties as required.
Knowledge & Skills
Able to read, write, understand, and communicate the English language and follow verbal and written instruction.
Working knowledge of applicable maintenance, technical, and Company generated publications.
Demonstrate a high degree of knowledge in computer operation and keypunch skills.
Able to type a minimum of thirty-five (35) words per minute.
Able to operate computers, computer peripheral equipment, copy machine and labeling equipment.
Experience & Education
High school diploma or GED.
Satisfactory completion of U.S. Armed Forces aviation maintenance clerical courses or equivalent curriculum at another school or two (2) years of on the job training and/or experience.
Two (2) or more years of military or civilian clerical records experience.
Able to meet any Government / Company licensing / qualification requirements for the position.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
May require occasional kneeling, standing, stooping and bending.
Able to lift up to 50 lbs.
Must have close vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
Requires hearing to normal range.
Primarily working in an office environment with minimum exposure to noise hazards.
May be required to handle hazardous materials.
Exposure to prolonged periods of sitting, standing, and keyboard input.
Possible exposure to hazardous material identified on the Material Safety Data Sheets.
Possible exposure to electrical shock.
Office spaces, maintenance shop spaces, hangar and flight line.
Travel may be required in support of detachments for unknown duration.