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Aircraft Mechanic _______________________________________________________________________________Now Hiring Transitioning Military Aviation Mechanics andTechnicians! Why LAUNCH: We are a leading aviation employer with job openings throughout the U.S.

Type of aircraft: AH-64 Longevity: 12 monthsType of work environment: Manufacturing Summary

Type of aircraft: CorporateLongevity: 3+ monthsType of work environment: Component repairSummary

Type of aircraft: CorporateLongevity: 3+ monthsType of work environment: Component repairSummary

Type of aircraft: CommercialLongevity: 3+ monthsType of work environment: MRO Summary

  • Structures Technicians to maintain, inspect, repair, modify, overhaul and troubleshoot commercial aircraft.

Type of aircraft: Military - F/A-18 and F-16Longevity: 12 MonthsType of work environment: Summary

Type of aircraft: Corporate - King AirLongevity: 6+monthsType of work environment: Part 145 repair station Summary

  • Aircraft Inspector for King Air aircraft.

Type of aircraft: MilitaryLongevity: 1 yearType of work environment: militarySummary

Type of aircraft: Military - F-15Longevity: 12 monthsType of work environment: MilitarySummary

Type of aircraft: MilitaryLongevity: 6 monthsType of work environment: Military Summary

FEAM, a leading MRO with a global customer base, is seeking a dynamic and self-driven Director of Maintenance to lead a growing team at their CVG Airport location. Reporting to the VP of Technical Operations, this leader will foster a collaborative and result orientated team by communicating and delivering both corporate and local vision.

Type of aircraft: CorporateLongevity: 3+ monthsType of work environment: Part 145 repair station Fast Feedback - YES - contact a recruiter today, 1800-743-8988 Summary

  • Performing aircraft maintenance

Type of aircraft: CorporateLongevity: Temp to PermSummary

Type of aircraft: BeechcraftLongevity: 3 monthsSummary

Lake Superior Helicopters is currently seeking a second full time A&P Mechanic. Benefits:Paid VacationDental InsuranceLife InsuranceResponsibilities:

Type of aircraft: CorporateLongevity: 6 monthsType of work environment: Part 145 repair station Summary

  • Avionics Technicians will be repairing and troubleshooting.

Type of aircraft: Commuter #8211; Dash 8Longevity: 6+ monthsType of work environment: Part 145 repair stationSummary

  • Boeing and Airbus experience preferred.
  • Military experience will be considered.
  • Heavy checks and conversion mod experience is a plus.
  • This Client has consistent work throughout the year.
  • Must have at least 24 months of previous aircraft maintenance experience.
  • Must have at least 3 years experience in a Maintenance facility.
  • Boeing or Airbus Avionics Maintenance/Modification experience preferred.
  • Less experienced may be approved at a lower rate.
  • Must be able to pass a basic test for your skill (Level 4 Mechanics only). We can provide you with study materials.

Type of aircraft: HelicopterLongevity: Temp to PermType of work environment: Manufacturing Summary

Type of aircraft: CorporateLongevity: Temp to Perm onlyQuick feedback: YESSummary

  • Troubleshoot, repair, inspect, modify and service aircraft avionics, electrical and electronic equipment.
  • Perform and document all work performed per appropriate manuals and regulations as required.

Type of aircraft: Pilatus, Falcon, Challenger, Gulfstream, CitationLongevity: 6 Months Type of work environment: CorporateOther

  • Will consider contract or temp to perm candidates.
  • Avionics Bench/Line/Troubleshooting Techs.

Type of aircraft: CorporateLongevity: 2+ monthsType of work environment: MRO Summary

  • Avionics Installer with corporate aircraft experience
  • Lots of Overtime available.

Type of aircraft: Pilatus, Falcon, Challenger, Gulfstream, CitationLongevity: 6 MonthsType of work environment: CorporateSummary

  • Avionics Installers with corporate aircraft experience.
  • Will consider contract or temp to perm candidates.

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