An airframe and powerplant (A&P) mechanic maintains the airframe and engines of aircraft to meet FAA standards. This job generally involves tasks such as performing routine checks and repairs, reviewing logbooks, FAA and manufacturer documents, identifying faults with components of the aircraft, and keeping records of worked performed.
We are looking for a knowledgeable, experienced A&P Mechanic to join our team. The responsibilities of the A&P mechanic include performing inspections and aircraft repairs as necessary, including but not limited to; diagnosing and repairing hydraulic and mechanical malfunctions, structure work, and accomplishing FAA issued ADs and manufacturer service letters/instructions.
To be a successful A&P mechanic, you should possess great attention to detail and a strong working knowledge of hydraulic, structural, and mechanical aircraft systems. Ultimately, a top-notch A&P mechanic should have great math skills, manual dexterity, communication skills, and be skilled at working with complex information and equipment.
Avionics technicians work with aircraft to install, inspect, test, and repair the avionics equipment and electronics, including radios and navigation systems. They generally work on the communication, navigation, and flight control systems that power the aircraft, as well as the wiring that connects them.
We are looking for a knowledgeable, experienced avionics technician to join our team. The responsibilities of the avionics technician include running cables, mounting antennas, connecting instruments for navigation and engine monitoring, and installing radios, autopilots, and passenger entertainment systems.
To be a successful avionics technician, you should possess great attention to detail and astrong working knowledge of advanced electronics and systems diagnostics. Ultimately, a top-notch avionics technician should have great math skills, manual dexterity, and experience with quality control analysis.
Aviation Office Assistant
The Aviation Office Assistant helps launch business operations and activities that keeps maintenance and avionics operations moving forward. They are responsible for organizational and clerical support tasks for the aircraft maintenance and avionics departments. This may include organizing files, scheduling appointments, proofreading, and receiving clients.
Our company is looking for an aviation office assistant to be responsible for handling administrative tasks in our office. You will be handling incoming phone calls and other communications, as well as managing files, updating paperwork and other documents, and performing other general office clerk duties.
To be a successful Aviation office assistant, you should possess attention to detail and flexibility to handle changing tasks. Ultimately, a top-notch aviation office assistant should be a passionate self-starter, have good time management and organizational skills.