DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
·Accomplishing all work assigned to him/her in accordance with policies, procedures and specifications as set forth in the Company's and the manufacturers’ manuals and with provisions of the Federal Air Regulations;
·Properly signing, recording and assuming responsibility for all work he/she performs as described in the
·Owning and maintaining a basic set of standard and metric aircraft quality tooling sufficient or specific for the shop or floor area in which he/she is assigned;
·Properly and efficiently using all Company tools, parts, equipment and materials;
·If work is to continue to a following shift, providing a detailed and complete report of work progression for tie in with his/her relief;
·Keeping up to date with manual changes, policy changes and rules concerning general conduct.
·Maintaining an attitude of alertness concerning possible unsafe or hazardous practices by him/her or other personnel which might be injurious to life or property;
·Maintaining a clean, safe and orderly work area to include personal and shop equipment;
·Ensuring the Shop Lead or designee, is immediately aware of aircraft irregularities (i.e. major maintenancediscrepancies, project schedule delays, record discrepancies or emergencies).
· Read and understand drawings, schematics, aircraft manuals, etc;
· Motivated, Self-Starter capable of maintaining an efficient work pace;
· Be able to work both as part of a team as well as independently;
· Be flexible as this job requires travel to include International as needed;
· Be able to work overtime as required;
· Willing to relocate to Lake Charles;
·Three (3) to Five (5) years Sheet Metal Repair experience preferred but not required.
· Must be willing and able to get a Passport and Visa as required.
Our compensation structure is designed to make Era an attractive employer and very competitive within the industry. We also offer a comprehensive benefits package which includes an employer sponsored 401k plan and Employee Stock Purchase Plan.