AP Mechanic

Company: 
Island Air Express - Alaska
Category: 
Maintenance
Job Type: 
Permanent
City: 
Craig
State: 
Alaska
Country: 
USA

Company Info:Our base & maintenance facility is located on Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska (third largest island in the U.S.). This facility is very well lit in all areas, has modern in floor heating and is a very comfortable work environment.Job Summary:We are seeking mechanics who can demonstrate the values of our company which include teamwork, positive attitude, efficient work ethic, solid troubleshooting skills and the ability to self-motivate. Under the direction and guidance of the Director of Maintenance perform maintenance, repairs, troubleshooting, and modifications on company aircraft. Experience with Cessna 208, PC12, 206, amphib floats, Garrett/ Honeywell TPE-331, Pratt & Whitney PT-6 engines, and any previous experience working/ living in Alaska is preferred but not required. Benefits:401k, health, & Alaska Airlines pass privileges. Bonuses are dependent on job performance. Housing provided for first 3 months.

Requirements: 

Key Responsibilities:Be familiar with the companies policies and procedures contained in the GOM and AAIP and submits changes as appropriate to eliminate conflicts and/or enhance operational effectiveness.Comply with 14 CFR (as applicable), manufacturer#8217;s specifications, company policies and procedures, as well as other methods accepted by the FAA, when performing maintenance, repairs, and modifications to company aircraft by reading and interpreting technical manuals, drawings and blueprints to perform the required maintenance tasks.Performs troubleshooting, inspection and diagnoses of maintenance issues involving aircraft structures, systems and engines. Removes and/or disassembles defective parts; assembles and installs replacement parts, components and subassemblies on Cessna Caravan 208B/ Honeywell 331 engines/ Cessna 206/ Amphib floats. Conduct on-the-job training as assigned by the DOM or designee.Attend training whenever assigned at home base or away from assigned station.Properly execute necessary maintenance records and paperwork as required by FAA and company regulations.Maintain the maintenance work area in a clean and orderly condition.Perform aircraft run-ups and taxis.Completes required entries into the aircraft maintenance and tracking system.Additional duties as assigned by the DOM or designee.

First posted: 
1/20/2018 10:51:52 PM

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