Aircraft Engine Mechanic

Job Type: 
  • Perform routine maintenance and major inspections on various engine types and models.
  • Disassembly and re-assembly of Honeywell engine types and models.
  • Stages and de-stages engines to perform test cell analysis.
  • Document all engine discrepancies, troubleshooting and repairing discrepancies and describing work accomplished in inspection paperwork.
  • Accomplish Service Bulletins, repair letters, and Air-worthiness Directive, as required.
  • Perform incoming and outgoing engine runs and line maintenance, as required
  • Analyzes a variety of mechanical problems and determines the cause and best method of repair.
  • Works fair share of overtime and travels to customer locations or other facilities to support customer aircraft, as required
  • Must be authorized to work in the United States.
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Valid FAA-authorized Airframe and Powerplant License.
  • Four or more years of military backshop engine experience will be accepted if non-licensed.
  • Must have mechanical and technical aptitude.

Physical Requirements

  • Must be able to walk throughout hangar, climb onto aircraft and platforms, work with hands and power tools, and work in tight confined spaces.
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.
  • Must be able to stand a minimum of 8 hours per day and walk long distances.
  • Must be able to bend, stretch, crawl, and climb ladders in order to work on areas within the aircraft or engine that are difficult to access.
  • Must be able to manipulate and operate equipment of all sizes, tools, telephone handset, calculator, computer keyboard, and telephones.
  • Must be able to work outside in extremes of temperature and inclement weather.
  • Must be able to see to disassemble and visually inspect.
  • Must be able to hear to detect the sources of problems.
  • Must have excellent hand-to-eye coordination.
  • Must be able to clearly speak to communicate and read and write English document status of maintenance.
First posted: 
12/4/2021 12:00:01 AM

About D.O.M. Magazine

D.O.M. magazine is the premier magazine for aviation maintenance management professionals. Its management-focused editorial provides information maintenance managers need and want including business best practices, professional development, regulatory, quality management, legal issues and more. The digital version of D.O.M. magazine is available for free on all devices (iOS, Android, and Amazon Kindle).

Privacy Policy  |  Cookie Policy  |  GDPR Policy

More Info

Joe Escobar (
Editorial Director

Greg Napert (
Publisher, Sales & Marketing

Bob Graf (
Director of Business, Sales & Marketing