Aviation Maintenance Technician; AP Mechanic

Richland Aviation
Job Type: 

Richland Aviation is seeking a qualified A P mechanic to maintain, inspect, and repair both company and customer aircraft in a safe and efficient manner for the purpose of upholding safety, FAA regulations, and the company's commitment to excellent customer service and workmanship. Essential Job Functions:

  • Schedules, coordinates, and completes projects in an efficient manner to meet employer and customer deadlines including the acquisition of the appropriate parts.
  • Performs maintenance, preventative maintenance, rebuilding, and alterations using acceptable methods, techniques, and practices.
  • Troubleshoots and repairs malfunctioning aircraft systems and components.
  • Carries out routine inspections on both Richland Aviation and customer aircraft including, but not limited to, 100-hour inspections.
  • Makes maintenance record entries to ensure a proper return to service and compliance with all FAA regulations, airworthiness directives (ADs), and service bulletins.
  • Performs other duties and activities as assigned by the Director of Maintenance.
  • Requirements: 

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Knowledge of company products, services, policies, and procedures.
    • Knowledge of small general aviation fixed-wing aircraft.
    • Skill in basic computer operations including Microsoft Office and ATP Aviation Hub.
    • Skill in oral and written communication.
    • Ability to locate, interpret, and follow technical publications and instructions.
    • Ability to critically think and problem solve.
    • Ability to organize individual daily activities and work as a team player.
    • Ability to work independently and meet productivity goals.
    • Ability to communicate professionally with supervisors, coworkers, customers, vendors, and third parties.
    • Ability to pass a pre-employment drug screening and subsequent random drug and alcohol screenings.

    Education and Experience: High school diploma or equivalent, plus an FAA-issued mechanic certificate with airframe and powerplant ratings. Inspection authorization (IA) preferred, but not required. Physical Requirements: Seeing: Must be able to use close vision, distance vision, color vision, and have the ability to adjust focus.Hearing: Must be able to hear well enough to communicate with customers and employees.Standing/Walking: Must be able to move about the shop area as well as stand for long periods of time on a hard surface.Climbing/Stooping/Kneeling/Laying: Must be able to stoop, kneel, or lay to work in confined areas as well as climb a ladder.Lifting/Pulling/Pushing: Must be able to lift heavy aircraft components and tools up to 70 pounds.Grasping/Feeling: Must be able to type and use technical sources as well as use shop tools and equipment.

    First posted: 
    8/5/2019 4:48:38 PM

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