The Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic is responsible for performing all aspects of aircraft maintenance, both scheduled and unscheduled in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulations Part 91 and AR 95-20 regulations
– Perform on-site aircraft maintenance, aircraft inspections and repairs
– Assist in retaining and maintaining all on-site aircraft records in both hard copy and electronic form
– Continuously update and utilize an electronic, online maintenance tracking mechanism to allow for efficient maintenance planning, time limit item tracking, assist with aircraft scheduling, aircraft time and cycle tracking and to provide for future maintenance expenditure planning and warranty parts tracking
– Assist in maintaining a list of aircraft discrepancies and make decisions based upon safety and necessity to defer maintenance actions when applicable, maximizing efficiencies and aircraft availability
– Adhere to the following programs and policies: Foreign Object Damage (FOD) program, Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) program and policy, Tool Control Program (internal management and external enforcement), Maintenance Training Program and Corrosion Control Program
– Manages material readiness, inventory and accountability of all maintenance related materials, specifically aviation parts, GSE and tooling
– Assist in generating monthly time and cycle reports for each aircraft at their site to the Maintenance Control Manager (MCM)
– Read and understand Aircraft Maintenance Manuals, Illustrated Parts Catalogs, and Structural Repair Manuals.
Education and Experience:
– High School Diploma/GED
– 3 or more years of Airframe and Powerplant Experience with Turbo Props Preferred
– Basic computer knowledge and experience in programs such as Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel
Certificates and Licenses:
– Airframe and Powerplant Certificate Preferred
– Must be able to accomplish any and all duties with little or no assistance
– Must have good command of the English language; oral and written.
– Must have a valid unexpired US state Driver License
Work Authorization/Security Clearance
– Employee must be a US citizen and not hold dual citizenship with another country.
Enclosed hanger, well lit and clean with temperature control. Emphasis on safety, assortment of lifts and cranes for lift assists. Separate attached bench room for building wiring harness and component testing.
Day shift Mon-Fri approximately 7:00am to 4:00pm. Overtime and weekends may be required. Night shift 2:00pm to 10:30pm.