The Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) will perform the following duties:

·         Performs maintenance on aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers and components within regulatory requirements.

·         Inspects aircraft, engines, propellers and components to determine airworthiness of condition and function.

·         Repairs aircraft, engines, propellers and components per accepted and approved data and FAA regulation.

·         Complete proper records for the work accomplished, per regulation and Company requirements.

·         Determines parts and supplies needs for aircraft maintenance repairs and requests them through proper channels.

·         Assists in maintaining Federal, State and local regulatory requirements for equipment and facilities.

·         Monitors inventory and submits parts and supplies requisitions through proper channels.

·         Maintain a clean, neat and organized work area.

·         Assists Company Maintenance Supervisor, as needed.

·         Evaluates effectiveness of established system programs and make recommendations for improvement.

·         Other duties as assigned.


·         Hold a current FAA Airframe & Powerplant Certificate.

·         Meet initial and continuing standards of the FAA Drug & Alcohol Program.

·         Experience and knowledge in maintaining aircraft, and related components.

·         Experience in operating tools and equipment in the process of maintaining aircraft.

·         Ability to work with minimal supervision, using independent judgment and decision-making

·         Ability to work as a team member in jobs that require a high level of cooperation and coordination.

·         Ability to take directions and follow assignments within Company Policy & Procedures.

·         Ability to analyze and solve problems.

·         Must have computer skills.

·         Must have a GED or High School Diploma.

·         Prior Maintenance experience preferred.

·         This position is very active and may require standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling and climbing up to 8 – 10 hours a day.

·         Requires frequent and routine lifting or moving items weighing over 70 pounds.

·         Must have work-related tools per Company minimum list.

·         Must be able to pass a ten year security background check for airport badging.

·         Must be 21 years or older with a clean driving record in the past five years.

  • Must be able to pass a pre-employment DOT/FAA drug test.

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