Unique Skills: Airframe & Powerplant license Required, Fixed wing, Turbine aircraft experience preferred, Repair Station experience preferred (Part 145) Total airframe experience preferred, including hydraulics, sheet metal, composites, pneumatics, flight control surfaces and rigging, landing gear and associated components, APU's, Engine R/R, fuel systems, etc. Fly by wire experience a plus, Line maintenance, depot level maintenance, scheduled and unscheduled check maintenance preferred. Business/Corporate Jet maintenance highly preferred. Experience with high end cabins and related systems preferred.
Education and Experience Requirements:
High school diploma/GED. FAA Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic Certificate required. Valid Drivers License required. Four years of aviation maintenance experience to include 3 years of experience working on mid/large-size aircraft required. Corporate aircraft experience preferred.
Independently perform a variety of aircraft modifications and maintenance functions such as removal and installations of airframes, landing gear, engine components, electrical components, and control systems to assure conformance to procedures, performances and test specifications.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
- Perform required periodic maintenance and necessary servicing of all aircraft mechanical systems.
- Must demonstrate the ability to consistently perform assigned maintenance task within the quoted or standard CMP time.
- Provide work direction for assigned technicians.
- Promote high standards of quality through instruction and by example setting.
- Act on behalf of Mechanical Team Lead (MTL) in his/her absence and assume the duties and responsibilities of the MTL when assigned.
- Coordinate with the Inspection department to ensure compliance with internal and FAA inspection and documentation requirements.
- Properly complete work order sign-offs, shift turnovers, and other paper work in a timely manner.
- Ensure that all work accomplished meets quality standards and specifications.
- Properly identify (tag) customer property and equipment.
- Store aircraft components and other customer property securely and safely.
- Follow standard operating procedures and JSAs when operating ground support equipment, such as power supply, hydraulic rigs, nitrogen filler carts, and oxygen service carts.
- Operate and supervise use of special support equipment used in removal and installations of major components.
- Coordinate movement of aircraft as required.
- Assist in training new employees concerning computerized maintenance program (CMP) maintenance manuals, SRMs illustrated parts catalog (IPC) usage, flight test installations, and all maintenance of major components.
- Coordinate with other departments to arrange for the overhaul or repair of customer property as needed.
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