Aircraft Technician/ AP Mechanic with field experience
The Arizona Department of Public Safety is hiring experienced aircraft mechanics. Must have at least 3 years hands on experience maintaining fixed wing aircraft.Essential responsibilities and duties include, but not necessarily limited to:
- Perform aircraft repairs, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance in accordance with manufacture requirements and FAA regulations.
- Perform similar duties on and on-call basis.
- Clean aircraft interior and exterior.
- Maintain a clean and organized work area.
- Coordinate aircraft maintenance with fix wing supervisor.
- In the absence of fix wing supervisor perform limited duties of the supervisor position.
- High school diploma or have possession of a G.E.D. certificate.
- Must have valid Airframe and Power Plant FAA issued mechanic certificate.
- Must currently have or have the ability to obtain an Arizona State driver's license.
- Must have a complete set of aircraft mechanic tools.
- Must not have any FAA regulation violations.
- Beechcraft King Air experience.
In addition to the minimum qualifications applicant must have 3 years hands on experience maintaining fixed wing aircraft. Must be able to pass a background check and polygraph examination. Skills:
- Build and maintain positive relationships with colleagues, even under stressful conditions.
- Must have the ability to accept constructive guidance with a positive attitude.
- Ability to apply regulatory and technical information to various situations.
- Ability to interrupt technical and regulatory information, organize, compose and verbalize such information.
- Ability to apply analytical skill to work activities.
- Ability to perform activities requiring lifting (up to 50lbs) and carrying, pulling or pushing.
- Ability to operate trucks, forklifts, aircraft tugs and be able to tow aircraft in and out of confined spaces.
- Must be willing and able to work in environments of loud aircraft noise, around fumes, gases, orders, dust particles and mechanical and electrical hazards.