- Inspect and examine aircraft components, including de-icing systems, pneumatic and hydraulic systems and landing gear, for discrepancies including leaks, damage or, other issues.
- Read and utilize Maintenance Manuals, ATA codes, Illustrated Parts Catalogs, Service Bulletins and other maintenance documents to troubleshoot and complete work assignments.
- Perform routine maintenance operations, such as the replacement of power plant and aircraft components.
- Perform maintenance inspections to identify discrepancies and damage to the aircraft and components.
- Complete all tasks in the allotted time frame and to the quality standards of our company, our customers and the FAA.
- Promote safety within the workplace by monitoring others and yourself to guarantee all tasks are performed within the safety manual guidelines and communicate with other mechanics and supervisors to coordinate repairs and keep apprised of safety concerns.
- Order supplies, equipment, materials and parts for repairs and general maintenance as needed to perform maintenance or repairs.
- Keep detailed records of the inspections performed, repairs finished, maintenance procedures and ordered parts.
- Communicate effectively with other personnel at all levels by keeping co-workers and leadership apprised of work progress and difficulties as they arise.
- Works with some supervision.
- Complete on-the-job-training (OJT) forms and required reading.
- Help with general clean-up of work area.
- Responsible for accurately clocking to jobs.
- Regular and prompt attendance.
- Effective and appropriate conduct with co-workers.
- High school education or equivalent.
- Airframe and/or Powerplant License required, and level of skill customarily acquired after training program, or one year of related commercial / military aircraft experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.