Aircraft Maintenance Technician (A&P) – Business Jets
PLEASE NOTE: Please do not apply if you require visa sponsorship. This position requires the candidate be able to work in the U.S. WITHOUT the need for visa sponsorship!
This is a full time/direct hire position offering a competitive salary with full benefits package.
Purpose of Role:
The Aircraft Maintenance Technician performs all daily maintenance operations as directed by the Crew Chief and follows guidance on workflows and priorities as per plan. The Aircraft Maintenance Technician ensures high quality maintenance and regulatory compliance standards are kept during aircraft maintenance in accordance with the General Operating Manual (GOM) and General Maintenance Manual (GMM).
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
- Reports to the Crew Chief and conducts work assignments as assigned.
- Performs work in compliance with Company policies and procedures, FAA regulations while demonstrating the highest standards of workmanship.
- Performs parts procurement to include verification of part authenticity, proper documentation, shipping/receiving and inventory management.
- May be required to travel on flights to provide maintenance support.
- May be required to provide rapid response and deployment when needed for aircraft on ground (AOG) maintenance support.
- Performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance events including post and pre-flight inspections.
- Conducts hangar/shop facilities maintenance and inspections as required.
- Ensures hazmat (fuel/oils/batteries, etc.) is properly handled and disposed of along with ensuring proper PPE is utilized and safety procedures are followed.
- The ability to learn how to utilize and ascertain current aircraft status in Company Computerized Maintenance Program (CAMP).
- Assures proper documentation and recording of all maintenance activities performed on company aircraft.
- Assures that all personal in-house training requirements are met.
- Maintains all company GSE as directed.
- Regularly attends safety or other departmental meetings with the Crew Chief, Aircraft Fleet Manager or the Director of Maintenance as requested.
- Other duties as assigned by the Crew Chief.
Education & Experience
- FAA Airframe and Powerplant license.
- Minimum 1 year of experience in Part 135 /145 turbine powered aircraft operations
- In some cases, an entry level technician may be waived on experience and 1 of 2 mechanics certificates with the agreement that they will attain their second certification within 1 year of hire.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Ability to read and understand all company manuals, Federal Aviation Regulations, Operations Specifications, aircraft flight/maintenance manuals.
- Solid written and verbal communication skills
- A working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs such as Outlook, Excel, etc.
- Scheduling flexibility to work overtime given the unpredictable nature of a constantly changing flight schedule and unscheduled maintenance demands
- The ability to occasionally travel to off-site maintenance events and provide oversight of company aircraft, as well as scheduled maintenance events at repair facilities.
Physical Demands & Working Conditions
- Ability to successfully pass a background screening
- A valid Driver’s License
- Ability to successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening
- Constant physical activity including bending, reaching and with prolonged periods of sitting in aircraft cockpits.
- Ability to occasionally lift 50 pounds vertically through 4 feet and maneuver that load at arm’s length.
- The ability to work from ladders and other equipment for extended periods.
- The ability to work while kneeling for an extended period of time.
- The ability to work on exposed aircraft parking ramp with rain and winds.