AP Mechanic

Job Type: 
North Carolina

A&P Mechanics will need an A&P license and their own A&P Tools. A&P Mechanics will perform Heavy Maintenance (C-Checks, D-Checks, Heavy Checks) associated with a Part 145 Repair station. Entry Level A&P Mechanics who have graduated from school within the past 24 months will be accepted. Job Description: A&P Mechanics will be tasked with performing air frame and power plant maintenance in a Part 145 facility. This troubleshooting, modification and repairs to commercial aircraft, corporate aircraft and general aviation aircraft. A&P Mechanics will be performing heavy maintenance functions typical of C -Check and D-Checks. C Checks and D Checks will consist of structural and interior tear downs, engine overhauls, landing gear repair, structural repairs, flight control rigging, corrosion work, aircraft inspections, and other heavy maintenance and aircraft maintenance. Work Environment:One large hangar at the Regional Jetport that can hold up to 4 ATR. Typically the crew of 33 mechanics only works on 2-3 at a time. Schedule: M-F 7am-3:30pm; working overtime on a voluntary basis.M-F 3:00PM- 11:30PM second shift. MUST BE FLEXIBLE TO WORK BOTH.Usually the contractor will start on first in the beginning. Qualifications:A&P license (Ideal but will take individuals with just A License or Just P License) High school diploma or equivalent Job Knowledge Skills and Abilities:Extensive knowledge of all aircraft mechanical systems functions and interactions. Performance Expectations:Mechanics can come from right out of A&P school or from a military background. First Day Responsibilities: Need to have knowledge of all aircraft mechanical system functions, FAA regulations, installing and rigging aircraft flight control systems

First posted: 
6/13/2019 12:38:18 PM

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