General Purpose of Job:
The A&P Mechanic’s responsibilities are primarily focused on airframe and power plant repair, airline on-call maintenance, and other maintenance opportunities as needed.
Must demonstrate the maturity, judgment and analytical ability to perform all aspects of maintenance
Perform routine 100 hour and annual inspections and A&P checks
Troubleshooting and performing needed repairs to airframe components, engines, and a variety of electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic repairs to aircraft accessories
Performing structural repairs to airframe
Perform oil changes and service hydraulic systems
Make required log book entries of repairs and comply with all company and FAA requirements
Install optional or added equipment to aircraft
Added knowledge in automotive and ground equipment maintenance a plus
May be required to work nights, weekends and/or holidays
Ability to lift 45 pounds or more
Ability to comply with attendance/tardiness standards
Perform other duties as necessary
Ability to handle, prioritize and multi task in a time sensitive environment
Previous aviation experience is preferred.
Must have active A&P license, experience and education necessary to perform duties
At least two years general aviation knowledge
Must be 18 years or older
High School diploma or GED equivalent,
Must pass background check, pre-employment drug test, have valid Driver’s license with a good driving record within company standards
Must have authorization to work in the U.S.
Must be willing to work outside in all types of weather and elevated noise levels within the airport environment
Airport environment: Indoors and Outdoors. Extreme outdoor conditions where extreme temperature ranges may be encountered.