- FAA A&P Certificate. (Issued at least 24 months prior to application date is Preferred)
- Driver’s license with good driving record.
- Pass pre-employment and ongoing Drug testing.
- Pass pre-employment Background check.
- Ability to lift, push, and pull a minimum of 50 lbs. on a daily basis.
- 24 months experience as an A&P mechanic(helpful) 24 months maintaining helicopters (better)
- Prior Military Aviation Experience (helpful)
- Helicopter maintenance experience. (Prior USFS mechanic card for the Bell 206 helpful)
- Experience maintaining a helicopter away from an operator’s principle base of operations. (helpful)
- Applicant must have their own Basic hand tools. You will need to have them shadow boarded within 2 months of employment. (sheet metal working tools are helpful but not required)
- Experience with Bell 206B & L models.
- High quality standard with attention to detail.
- Documented Bell or Rolls Royce factory training on any of the above-mentioned airframes and/or engine training
The Starting Salary/ Pay is 48-72k depending on experience.
Per diem paid based on GSA rates., Company Credit Card to be used for company expenditures during travel. 401k, Health, PTO, Small moving allowance. Possible Bell or Rolls Royce school after 1 year of employment.
About Organ Mountain Aviation Company:
Organ Mountain Aviation Company was founded in 2013 as a subsidiary of LaSen Inc. OMAC serves as LaSen’s aviation department; it owns and maintains all 4 helicopters in our fleet. LaSen was founded in 1989 in Las Cruces, New Mexico. LaSen started out developing laser technology for the United States Air Force Research Laboratory. In 2004 LaSen completed development of an airborne methane leak detection system and began commercial operations in 2005. Since then, LaSen has inspected more than 350,000 miles of gas pipelines in the U.S and Canada.
OMAC is an EEO M/F.
Job Type: Full-time