Boeing Global Services is searching for an F-15 Life Support Technician to support efforts in Qatar at Al Udeid AFB.
This is a Long-Term Assignment to Al Udeid AFB for up to a minimum of 2 years,. Relocation/assignment benefits to the international location will be provided.
- Inspects, repairs, tests, assists in packing and maintains safety, life support, egress and communications equipment to provide life support systems for flight crews.
- Documents the inspection history of periodic inspections on flight equipment.
- Supports test and production flights by providing necessary life support equipment.
- Supports on-site testing of new equipment at various locations.
- Evaluates new flight equipment designs and helps integrate them with current equipment and the aircraft interface.
- Fabricates equipment items from drawings, blueprints or special instructions from technical orders or per Company policies.
- Maintains inventory of flight clothing and spare parts in support of air shows.
- Conducts initial and recurring training, primarily on-site, in egress procedures, water survival and survival equipment for flight crew members per customer requirements.
- Job requires previous military qualification required and FAA Parachute Rigger certificate if packing parachutes.
- Works under limited supervision.
- This position requires the ability to obtain a US Security Clearance for which the US Government requires US Citizenship
- Minimum of 3 years experience packing parachutes for ejection seats for Military Fighter Aircraft
- Minimum of 3 years experience as Aircrew Life Support on Military Fighter Aircraft
- Must be willing to work variable shifts, including weekends and overtime. Some positions may also be rotating shifts
- Experience do you have on military fighter platforms (F-16, F-18, F-22, F-5, F-14, or F-15)
- Education/experience typically acquired through basic education (e.g. High School diploma/GED) and typically 1 or more years’ related work experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience (e.g. vocational school/Associate).
- Candidate must be able to obtain a work visa, depending on the requirements of the country.
- Candidate must be able to meet the cultural requirements of the country, as applicable.
- Employment is contingent on the candidate’s ability to satisfy all labor and immigration formalities of the country.
- Because the candidate selected will be expected to go on an international assignment, the offer will be contingent upon the candidate’s ability to obtain clearances from International Health Services and the receipt of a visa/work permit to the country in which he or she will be assigned. These contingencies also apply to any/all family members who may be relocating with the candidate.
Follow on efforts beyond the initial period of performance are contingent on contract award.