Task Statement for Military Occupational Structure Identification - 00136 Avionic Systems Technician

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

MOSID  00136 - Avionic Systems Technician (AVS TECH)

General Duties:  

Avionics Systems (AVS) Technicians shall perform duties relating to

  • operation,
  • servicing and maintenance of aircraft,
  • avionics related equipment and
  • support equipment.

To be able to carry out his/her duties on land, at sea and onboard airborne aircraft the AVS 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 AVS Tech at an applicable rank:

MOSID Related Duties

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

MOC Related Duties

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

  

Ch 2013

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