Crew Aviation LLC •
RESPONSIBLE TO: Director of Maintenance for overall performance and matters relating to 14 CFR Part 135 requirements or 14 CFR Part 91, as applicable
SUPERVISES: Only individuals assigned to them by the Director of Maintenance.
- The work of a mechanic/technician consists of any and all tasks generally recognized as, but not limited to, a mechanic's work on or about aircraft, its component parts and related equipment performed at line stations, major stations and shops.
- Mechanic/Technicians may be required to inspect and test systems, component parts used in their work and sign for the work performed.
- Must be capable of performing their work satisfactorily to company standards. Mechanic/technician may be required to instruct less experienced employees.
DUTIES: Includes the following but is not limited to.
- Performs all maintenance and repairs on aircraft for which he is assigned and qualified.
- Approves aircraft for return to service after scheduled or unscheduled maintenance for which he/she is authorized and qualified.
- Reports all discrepancies, inoperative and faulty equipment to the maintenance supervisor in charge.
- Completes all paperwork for the maintenance he performs.
- Will perform all work assigned for which he/she is qualified to perform.
- Will obtain or request training from a supervisor for items he feels he/she is not qualified to perform due to lack of training or knowledge, prior to or while in the performance of job tasks being assigned.
- Will properly tag parts upon removal from the aircraft, aircraft engine, propeller or component as required by the General Maintenance Manual.
- Determine if an item is a RII item, as identified and described in this manual.
- The Mechanic/Technician may approve aircraft for return to service, if authorized by the Director of Maintenance or the Chief Inspector.
- The Mechanic/Technician may sign the “Airworthiness Release” for the 10 or more passenger seat aircraft, if authorized by the Director of Maintenance or the Chief Inspector.
- Delegate his authority, only if authorized by the Maintenance Supervisor assigned.
- May document on the job training for individuals whom are not qualified on a specific task.
- Must hold a valid Mechanic Certificate with Airframe, and Powerplant Ratings, as required.
- Must have recent experience requirements per the 14 CFR Part 65.83.
- Must complete within 48 months all requirements for Master Technician under FSI Program if not already accomplished
- Must complete NCATT AET qualification within 24 months if not already accomplished
- Must actively participate in the Company SMS program and abide by Company Administrative Policy for grooming, appearance, training etc, and may be asked to qualify as a Flight Technician on rare occasion. Compensation is a range and may extend beyond published for extremely well qualified candidates
Preference granted to 4 year degree and or NBAA CAM, past leadership positions including Chief Inspector, mandatory self starter and team player
$3000 if move is greater than 100 Miles
Training Events, AOG aircraft, etc
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