Aircraft Maintenance Technician (A & P Mechanic)
Wiggins Airways has been in the aviation industry since 1929. We are seeking qualified A&P Mechanics to help us maintain unparalleled service and value for our customers, with the highest dedication to safety, innovation and teamwork.
General Statement of Duties
The principal function of this employee is to perform scheduled and non-scheduled mechanical and avionics maintenance on all Company and customer owned aircraft in a professional, safe and timely manner to help the department achieve annual business goals.
The work is performed under the direction of the Maintenance Supervisor and Director of Maintenance.
After training normal Full-Time schedules needed are:Sunday – Wednesday (10-hour shifts)
Wednesday – Saturday (10-hour shifts)
Examples of Essential Work
Performs scheduled and non-scheduled mechanical maintenance on all Company and customer owned aircraft required by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations, Wiggins Airways business plan, policies and procedures, and customer regulations
Inspects and diagnoses discrepancies to identify defective components
Determines serviceability of aircraft and components
Researches and recommends repair and purchase of replacement parts as required
Cleans and maintains tooling, equipment and work areas
Changes and repairs faulty components in accordance with FAA regulations, sound business practice, safety concerns and Wiggins Airways policies and procedures
Completes all necessary paperwork including logbook entries, FAA and repair station forms
Safely operates and transports Company and customer equipment in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Manchester Airport (MHT), and Wiggins Airways policies and procedures
Participates at the highest level as a Maintenance Technician team member, supporting co-workers in their duties and providing extra-ordinary service to any Wiggins Airways’ customer
Maintains due diligence on all matters of security and safety
Participates in general housekeeping duties such as facility cleaning, snow and sand removal, etc.
Perform other special assignments as requested
Read & interpret maintenance manuals, service bulletins and specifications
Keep timely and accurate records.
A high school diploma/GED
FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate
Knowledge of all current FAA regulations
A commitment to safety
A minimum of 2 years’ experience required.
Turbine & avionics experience a plus.
Excellent customer service & communication skills
Strong computer & math skills
Valid driver’s license.
Good sense of humor a plus.
This position requires satisfactory background check, pre-employment and random drug and alcohol screening in compliance with FAA regulations.