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Aircraft Mechanic, 8852 HRCD-6 January 1999 Federal Wage System Job Grading Standard for Aircraft Mechanic, 8852 Table of Contents WORK COVERED. ....................................................................................................................................... 2 WORK NOT COVERED. ............................................................................................................................... 2 TITLES. ......................................................................................................................................................... 3 GRADE LEVELS . ......................................................................................................................................... 3 HELPER AND INTERMEDIATE JOBS. ....................................................................................................... 3 NOTES TO USERS. ...................................................................................................................................... 3 AIRCRAFT WORKER, GRADE 8 . ............................................................................................................... 4 AIRCRAFT MECHANIC, GRADE 10 . .......................................................................................................... 6 AIRCRAFT MECHANIC, GRADE 11 . .......................................................................................................... 7 U.S. Office of Personnel Management 1
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Aircraft Mechanic, 8852 HRCD-6 January 1999 WORK COVERED This standard is used to grade all nonsupervisory jobs involved in the maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, overhaul, and modification of fixed and rotary wing aircraft systems, airframes, components and assemblies, where the work requires substantive knowledge of the airframe and aircraft mechanical, pneudraulic, and/or electrical systems and their interrelationships. Some work situations within this series may require varying levels of electronics knowledge. This standard cancels and supersedes the Job Grading Standard for Aircraft Mechanic, 8852, issued February 1969. WORK NOT COVERED This standard does not cover work that primarily involves: - Maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, overhaul, and modification of aircraft engines. (See Job Grading Standard for Aircraft Engine Mechanic, 8602 .) - Maintenance and repair of hydraulic, pneumatic, oxygen, or fuel systems. (See Fluid Systems Maintenance Job Family, 8200 .) - Repair, maintenance, modification, test, and calibration of mechanical, electrical, and pneumatic instruments, flight and engine instruments, and instrument systems. (See Job Grading Standard for Instrument Mechanic, 3359 .) - Refueling and servicing aircraft. (See Job Grading Standard for Aircraft Attending, 8862 .) - Repair, maintenance, modification, or overhaul of aircraft mechanical parts, components, subassemblies, or assemblies removed from the aircraft, which does not require a substantive knowledge of aircraft systems and their interrelationships. (See
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