AP Mechanic

Yoh Aviation
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The contractor (s) will need to support the Bombardier Global 7000 flight test program with Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Mechanics.The following duties are to be performed by each A&P Mechanic, as directed by the Flight Test Manager/Leader, during the Passport 20 compliance flight test program, based at the Bombardier Flight Test Center (BFTC) in Wichita, Kansas:Work under the direction of the Flight Test Service Representative (FTSR) to:1. Perform configuration changes per Flight Test Service Instructions (FTSI) document.2. Perform engine inspections per FTSI or Maintenance & Inspection (M&I) plan, or Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM).3. Remove & replace discrepant parts per the AMM.4. Repair damaged parts per AMM.5. Troubleshoot maintenance faults/squawks.6. Transportation of hardware to and from work locations.TECHNICAL ABILITIES REQUIRED (IN ORDER OF PRIORITY) Specialist knowledge and experience in the following subject areas are required (in order of priority):1. A valid FAA A&P license.2. Good mechanical skills & avionics experience.3. Ability to accurately and compliantly work to procedures (FTSIs, the M&I plan / FTVMP plan, AMM).4. A general knowledge of aircraft turbine engine maintenance procedures.5. Familiarity with aircraft tooling and quality maintenance practices.6. Familiarity with Tool Control and FOD (Foreign Object Damage) prevention practices.7. Familiarity with FAR- 43 & 145 regulations.Supplied individual must have all the following traits:1. Ability to listen and execute assigned tasks efficiently and on time.2. Ability to work effectively as part of a team3. Ability to efficiently share information and transfer unfinished work across shifts.4. Be punctual and attentive in all meeting.5. Good communication skills.SCHEDULE AND SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS The supplied individuals are required to support compliance flight test at the FAL in Toronto Ontario, Canada and BFTC in Wichita, Kansas through Dec 2018. Dates may vary depending on program needs.A&P Mechanics will work primarily one of three shifts as directed by the Flight Test Manager/Leader, and may be modified to ensure adequate flight test support. Rotation between shifts during flight test will occur as workload dictates. Typical shifts times are:? First : 0600 - 1430 hours? Second : 1400 - 2230 hours? Third : 2200 - 0630 hours? Split shift or shifts starting at different time from above may also be required at times.Recruiter : Jarvis BuchananJarvis.Buchanan@yoh.com or 817-707-6645

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6/12/2018 4:55:14 PM

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