Your Team and Working Environment

  • You'll report directly to the Chief Pilot

  • Partner with an existing team of (6) respected, experienced maintenance crew

  • You’ll work in a hangar environment that is generally quiet with occasional loud noises of aircraft taking off and landing and in our offices. Our hangars are not temperature controlled.

 

Who You Are

  • A safety first, proven aircraft and powerplant authority

  • Passionate about aviation and risk management

  • Committed to quality and effective delivery of aircraft maintenance

  • Paying attention to the details is your way of ensuring each aircraft is airworthy and clean

  • A leader and coach, you design the plays together with your team

  • Technology excites you and you apply it to your work

 

A Few of the Things You'll Do:

  • Deliver the maintenance and repairs of general aviation aircraft and support equipment

  • Ensure complete and detailed record keeping of all maintenance performed

  • Schedule and deliver on company aircraft maintenance requirements

  • Provide hangar facility support

  • Manage vendor relationships and the expediting of parts, if needed

  • Oversee our parts inventory management

  • Plan the maintenance budget and track our actual spend to your budget

 

General Qualifications:

  • FAA Airframe and Powerplant Technician

  • Possess a basic set of tools standard to aviation

  • Detailed knowledge of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations as it relates to aircraft maintenance

  • Adherence to all safety and industry standards

  • EBIS software knowledge

  • Available for arrivals and departures of company aircraft at home base

  • Work shifts that may include nights and weekends

  • Some travel is required.

 

Education:

  • FAA Airframe and Powerplant Technician Certification

  • Associate Degree in Applied Science preferred

 

Physical Requirements:

While performing general office duties for this position, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand and/or walk around (including the use of stairs). Other demands include the ability to openly communicate with others by talking, listening and reading, able to lift objects (<75lbs), and use standard office equipment such as computer, printer, phone and cell phone. In addition there is a need to bend, twist or stoop in order to perform aircraft maintenance.

While at client site locations, if applicable, you will be required to adhere to the proper safety precautions established by the client while in proximity to their work area, flight-line or maintenance repair center; work may require some physical effort in the handling of materials, boxes or equipment. The temperature at client locations can vary from controlled to variations off hot/cold when working, standing or walking in or near the flight-line or maintenance repair center.