Lead Maintenance Technician

Company: 
Omni Air Transport
Category: 
Maintenance
Job Type: 
Permanent
City: 
Nashville
State: 
Tennessee
Country: 
USA

This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated, dependable, and enthusiastic individual to further their aviation career. Omni manages and operates a fleet of thirteen aircraft serving both Part 91 and 135 operations. The qualified candidate will possess an A P certificate with 3 years' experience maintaining business jet aircraft and 1 year of experience maintaining Challenger aircraft. The preferred candidate has also received factory-approved training on multiple company aircraft types. The successful candidate will have the opportunity for advancement into more complex roles within the company and to receive factory-approved training on one or more of company aircraft types on a recurrent basis. RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties shall include but are not limited to the following:•Perform routine, non-routine and preventative MX in accordance with OAT manuals, manufacturers' manuals, FAR's and other established procedures to ensure the timely release and continued airworthiness of the company aircraft.•AMT's will be required to sign for work accomplished, including troubleshooting as in the case of deferred MX items, and ensure proper recording of all MX tasks on company documents.•AMT's will perform all tasks assigned by the DOM.•Properly tag all unserviceable components including reason for removal.•When exercising his authority under RII provisions, the AMT will be directly responsible to the DOM.•Attend all training courses as assigned by the DOM.•Comply with all company rules and regulations, procedures set forth in company manuals, and policies developed by managers.•Keep a constant watch for safety, and guard against excessive cost or labor duplication.•Ensure proper and adequate equipment is used, acceptable parts or components are installed and approved hardware or supplies are used.•Coordinate all troubleshooting work requests, and part requirements with the DOM.•Coordinate with the DOM to meet incoming aircraft, review logbook for discrepancies, and plan corrective action.•The AMT will be responsible for keeping the work area clean (including airport ramps), and may be required to maintain or repair company property from time to time.•When onboard company aircraft, mechanics are representing the MX Department. AMT's will dress appropriately and present a professional attitude.

Requirements: 

QUALIFICATIONS: ·A P License·3 years'experience maintaining business aircraft REQUIREMENTS: Must possess excellent organizational and computer skillsMust be at least 18 years old and a high school graduate. Must possess a valid U.S. driver's license Ability to easily adapt to change and new technology Must be goal-oriented, have exceptional attention to detail, and work well independently and with a team. Must be able to pass a ten-year Background/Criminal/OMV/Drug Screen

First posted: 
10/17/2019 2:26:46 PM

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