This hourly, non-exempt position requires a basic knowledge of turbine aircraft and the related systems. The job includes varying amounts of parts replacement or repair, electrical troubleshooting, hydraulic and pneumatic system work, inspection of aircraft or systems and general mechanical applications. Job duties will vary each day and are designated by the Team Leader in charge of the project. May be required to work independently or lead small projects.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Airframe and Powerplant License.
Aircraft specific factory training preferred.
Airframe and Powerplant license minimum.
2-5 years prior experience on aircraft maintenance preferred.
Turbine aircraft experience preferred, but not essential.
Self-motivated and maintain a rapid pace.
Process work with minimum supervision.
Perform all work in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration guidelines.
Follow all company and safety rules during performance of duties.
Maintain customer oriented work habits.
Other technicians in turbine service or other departments.
Team Leader of team assigned, Director of Maintenance.
Company sales representatives.
Customers or outside vendors.
Lift 50 lbs.
Routine walking, bending and squatting or sitting.
Routing or repetitive physical motion with arms and hands.
Understanding and implementation of regulations and guidelines.
Troubleshoot or evaluate system operation.
Work with others in a professional manner.
Work under supervision of assigned Team Leader and Director of Maintenance.
May be directed to supervise other technicians in some capacity.
Work with minimal supervision when required.
The majority of work will be accomplished in a heated hangar.
Work outside during aircraft runs will occur.
Varied positions in and around the aircraft.
Personal hand tools supplied by the mechanic.
Pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical equipment.
Jacks, stands, lifts and other support devices.
Tugs, power carts and other engine powered equipment.