Mechanic/TechnicianRESPONSIBLE 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. RESPONSIBILITIES: The work of a mechanic/technician
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Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Position Type: Permanent
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Mechanic/Technician

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.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
  1.  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.
  2.  Mechanic/Technicians may be required to inspect and test systems, component parts used in their work and sign for the work performed.
  3.  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.
  1. Performs all maintenance and repairs on aircraft for which he is assigned and qualified.
  2. Approves aircraft for return to service after scheduled or unscheduled maintenance for which he/she is authorized and qualified.
  3. Reports all discrepancies, inoperative and faulty equipment to the maintenance supervisor in charge.
  4. Completes all paperwork for the maintenance he performs.
  5. Will perform all work assigned for which he/she is qualified to perform.
  6. 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.
  7. Will properly tag parts upon removal from the aircraft, aircraft engine, propeller or component as required by the General Maintenance Manual.
  8. Determine if an item is a RII item, as identified and described in this manual.
AUTHORITY:
  1. The Mechanic/Technician may approve aircraft for return to service, if authorized by the Director of Maintenance or the Chief Inspector.
  2. 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.
  3. Delegate his authority, only if authorized by the Maintenance Supervisor assigned.
  4. May document on the job training for individuals whom are not qualified on a specific task.
Job Requirements:

 
QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  1. Must hold a valid Mechanic Certificate with Airframe, and Powerplant Ratings, as required.
  2. Must have recent experience requirements per the 14 CFR Part 65.83.
  3. Must complete within 48 months all requirements for Master Technician under FSI Program if not already accomplished
  4. Must complete NCATT AET qualification within 24 months if not already accomplished
  5. 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
Salary Range: 0-85000
Relocation: $3000 if move is greater than 100 Miles
Travel: Training Events, AOG aircraft, etc
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