Task Statement for Military Occupational Structure Identification - 00135 Aviation Systems Technician

A-MD-154-000/FP-000 - Appendix 1, Annex D

MOSID  00135 - Aviation Systems Technician (AVN TECH)

General Duties:

Aviation Systems (AVN) Technicians shall perform duties related to the operation, servicing, repair, maintenance and inspection of aircraft, aviation related systems and support functions. To be able to carry out his/her duties on land, at sea and onboard airborne aircraft the AVN TECH must be able to perform to all of the Generic Task Statements – All CAF Members located in the A-MD-154-000/FP-000 Annex B. As well, the following Table details the specific MES related duties for an AVN Tech at an applicable rank:

MOSID Related Duties - Specific Duties

Circle the X for each task that Mbr is UNABLE or UNFIT to perform.

MOC Related Duties - Specific Duties

1. Meet standards required by Non Commissioned Members General Specification X X X
2. Climb on/off aircraft loading ramps and aircraft surfaces (1M) X X X
3. Work in confined areas for extended periods (up to 2 hrs continuously wearing Personal Protective Equipment) X X X
4. Work in sitting, standing and kneeling positions for extended periods (up to 4 hrs continuously) X X X
5. Work in extreme climatic conditions (-40o C to +40o C) X X X
6. Cope with fumes associated with Aircraft petroleum, oils and lubricants (POL) X X X
7. Work in high places such as aircraft wings and tail sections (up to 15M) X X X
8. Cope with stress associated with working under noisy, congested conditions X X X
9. Cope with stress associated with supervising personnel and managing resources necessary to meet operational requirements X X  
10. Cope with the stress associated with working with explosives on occasions. X X X
11. Handle POL and carcinogenic /toxic materials X X X
12. Climb, bend, stoop and crawl in, on and around aircraft X X X
13. Have good eye-hand coordination X X X
14. Install/remove aircraft components weighing up to 35Kg X X X


Ch 2013

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