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Our client is looking for C-12 and RC-12 experience, active secret clearance, current passport, and an A&P license. Candidates will be performing routine and non-routine mx on aircraft. You are required to provide tooling (client will ship them for you)Expect the following:

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES: Responsible for inspection, troubleshooting and repair of aircraft to meet company, FAA and customer standards. This includes:? Fully analyzes all required blueprints, drawings, work orders and sketches in order to troubleshoot, repair and install desired product or part. Is able to detect errors and correct through proper departmental channels?

Lead A&P Mechanic: Responsible for the effective use of available manpower to accomplish task assignments requested by Hanger/Line Manager or MAC Maintenance Control to the highest level of reliability and safety in accordance with all applicable MAC, manufacturer and FAA policies, procedures, manuals and regulations. RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES: ?

SITE: Hired to assemble and learn F-1 aircraft at Lakeland, Florida site. Transition with aircraft permanently to Nellis Air Force Base, NV (Las Vegas) Summer2019. PAYBAND: Competitive compensation. Pay includes a $500/month tax free stipend for housing while in Lakeland, Florida as well as a relocation incentive when employee moves to Las Vegas, NV.

FLYING COLOURS CORP. was established in 1989 is a global leader in all aspects of aircraft completions & maintenance. Flying Colours has grown into a leading aviation service provider with concentration in the following areas:

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  • The Senior A&P Mechanic is responsible for performing intermediate/heavy maintenance tasks without supervision.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

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  • The Technician A, S/M is responsible for high proficiency in all minor through major repairs, modifications, E.A.s, with minimal supervision.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

SUMMARY

  • The Senior A&P Mechanic is responsible for performing intermediate/heavy maintenance tasks without supervision.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

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  • The Technician A, R/E is responsible for effectively performing R&E routine work associated with heavy aircraft A, B, C and D checks.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

SUMMARYServices, repairs, and overhauls aircraft and aircraft engines to ensure airworthiness by performing the following duties: ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

SUMMARYThe Technician A, S/M is responsible for high proficiency in all minor through major repairs, modifications, E.A.s, with minimal supervision. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

We are looking for "Aviation Athletes" all across the Country!! From sea to shining sea!! i.e. A&Ps, Avionics, Structures, Cabin Techs, & Inspectors.

We are looking for "Aviation Athletes" all across the Country!!i.e. A&Ps, Avionics, Structures, Cabin Techs, & Inspectors.

SUMMARYThe Senior A&P Mechanic is responsible for performing intermediate/heavy maintenance tasks without supervision. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Summary:Builds and performs tests on systems and components to determine operability, quality, performance, and suitability. Troubleshoots repairs and modifies as appropriate. May have a title which describes an area of specialty, such as electronics, electrical, mechanical, chemical, metallurgical.Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Looking for a career oriented A&P Mechanic with strong avionics or structures background. Hangar/Line/Field maintenance Bell 206B and AS350 experience a plus. Must be able to read and understand maintenance manuals, wiring diagrams etc.This is a full time position in Juneau, Alaska

Provides technical expertise in testing aircraft systems, troubleshooting and repairing system discrepancies to ensure minimum schedule impactThe ability to Demonstrate technical expertise by implementing process changes to reduce cost and meet schedule without compromising safety or qualityMay fill in for the Senior Avionics/Electrical Technician thus ensuring that the company goals of safety

Phase 1 - Convert Fuselage from a G-IV to a G-550 Prostar fuselagea)RemoveFlight Deckb)LengthenFuselage by adding two plugsc)Addcradles to hold fuselaged)Addinterior components•RemoveFlight Deck•LengthenFuselage by adding two plugs•Addcradles to hold fuselage•Splitinto 2 sections for install into facility•AddAux Pressure bulkhead2•MoveWindow 7 to Window 1•InteriorFuselage flooring, including ra

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

  • A&P Mechanics needed!

Type of aircraft: CorporateLongevity: 2+ month; however, opportunity to go direct existsType of work environment: Corporate Summary

Type of aircraft: Challenger and HawkerLongevity: 6 Months Type of work environment: CorporateSummary

  • A&P Technicians with Turbo Prop or corporate aircraft experience

Inspect and certify aircraft at specific intervals as required by OEM and FAA.- Troubleshoot system malfunctions and perform necessary corrective actions.- Remove and replace defective components.- Complies with Service Bulletins, Instructions and Airworthiness Directives as directed.- Perform preflight/post flight; turn around inspections and servicing when required.- Obtain run up and taxi qu

An Aircraft Mechanic is required to maintain all aircraft/systems in accordance with and within the limitations of the FAA and the aircraft manufacturer.The Aircraft Mechanic reports directly to the Lead Mechanic on a day to day basis.

Type of aircraft: Corporate Longevity: 6+ monthsType of work environment: Service CenterSummary

Our client in San Diego, CA has immediate need for qualified Composite Technicians. The successful Composite Technician will perform layup, molding, bonding and assembly operations in support of production contracts.Carbon Fiber, Composites experience working with Aerospace products is strongly desired.

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