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OXF Belt Mechanic - A

Date: Nov 30, 2022

Location: Newark, New Jersey, US

Company: Worldwide Flight Services, Inc.


The Class A mechanic must possess professional-level experience working with electronically controlled systems and understand how they interact with the general transportation system or mechanical devices. This person must be able to work autonomously or be able to supervise a team of contractor personnel in the repair or maintenance of equipment. The class A mechanic should be familiar with the use of electronic and electrical troubleshooting equipment, such as volt meters, oscilloscope, and fiber optic test equipment.


Essential functions and duties of work:

• The routines of class A mechanics will include the maintenance of the controls and devices of the BHS, PLC, VFD, RFID reader devices and controllers. It will routinely check the status of these devices and track all maintenance using the CMMS.

• Daily coordination between the TSA and operation BHS

• Written reports detailing the conditions of specific belt lines and associated devices

• Run reports such as availability from control room servers

• You will be asked to perform class B mechanical work as needed (when approved by the Manager)

. • Always maintain superior customer service and safe working practice.

• Troubleshoots, repairs, and maintains machinery and electrical equipment such as motors, electrical circuits, diseased ATR systems, baggage management equipment, and conveyor systems according to diagrams, electrical drawings, operational manuals, and manufacturer specifications using hand tools and instruments that measure and test accuracy.

• Examine diagnosis and repair mechanical and electrical systems.

• Communicate with various parties about the work done and the current state of specialized systems.

• Analyze the root causes of electrical failures and propose remedy and resolution as well as continuous monitoring for ways to improve and optimize the system.

• Interpret engineering schematics and drawings in reference to the layout, location, and operation of systems.

• React to calls from the control room operator or administrator executing CM, PM, and EM service calls.

• Preventive maintenance: inspection, adjustment, cleaning, replacement and preparing cm follow-up work orders if necessary.

• Attend to stoppages and bag jams as needed.

• Completion of daily cleaning tasks individually and as a team.

• Other duties as given by the management team.



• You must have experience working on voltage up to 480v, including AC and DC voltage from the power supply of BHS controls and other devices.

• You must possess a working knowledge of how (logical) controls interact with the mechanical side of the system.

• Proven experience as a mechanic

• Excellent knowledge of machinery and hydraulic, electrical and other systems and their components

• Aptitude in the use of various hand tools (screwdrivers, hammers, etc.) and precision measuring tools (e.g. tweezers)

• Ability to follow established procedures and practices and to read instruction, models, etc.

• A strong commitment to all health and safety guidelines

• Very good communication skills

• A problem-solving ability

• Very good physical strength and endurance

• The high school diploma is preferred; Certification from a vocational school or completion of learning is a definite advantage


Other requirements:

Must be able to obtain and maintain an airport identification badge


Work environment and physical demands:

The work environment/physical requirements described here are representative of those an employee may encounter while performing the essential functions of this job:


Technicians work in the assured management areas of baggage, at repair stations, or at airfields. They often have to meet strict deadlines to maintain flight schedules.


Workers bend, lean, and frequently reach ladders and scaffolding. While performing the duties of this job, they require the employee to regularly speak and hear. The employee is often required to reach with their hands and arms. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, bending, crawling, and climbing all day. The employee frequently lifts and/or moves items over 50 pounds with the help of teammates. They will lift parts and tools for long periods of time and handle equipment such as transportation systems.


While performing the duties of this job, the employee is working with and exposed to the baggage handling system, mechanical parts, and vibration. The environment can also be noisy due to aircraft engines and equipment.


Other duties:

Please note that this job description is not designed to cover or contain a complete list of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.



At Oxford ATS, each eligible employee receives a competitive total compensation package that includes:

• 401(k)

• Dental Insurance

• health insurance

• Paid time off

• Referral Program

• Vision insurance

• Our employees also receive paid vacations, holidays and personal days. Please note that benefits may vary by site.