On the ground
A&P Technician / Aviation Maintenance Technician
Mechanics are directly responsible to the Director of Maintenance and the mechanics work consists of any and all tasks generally recognized as, but not limited to, a mechanic’s work on or about an aircraft, its component parts and related equipment, performed at line stations, major stations and shops. Mechanics may be required to inspect and test systems, component parts used and sign for the work performed. They must be capable of performing assigned work satisfactorily to Company standards. Mechanics may be required to instruct less experienced employees. The Mechanic contributes to aircraft safety by maintaining high standards of aeronautical workmanship and inspection standards. Specifics duties and responsibilities are:
- Perform all maintenance and repairs on aircraft for which the technician is assigned and qualified.
- Approves aircraft for return to service after scheduled or unscheduled maintenance for which he is authorized and qualified. Mechanic must have proper training and a minimum of 6-month experience in the last 24 months.
- Keeps own work areas clean. Returns all equipment and tools checked out at the end of the work shift and repositioned in assigned area.
- Reports all inoperative or faulty equipment to the maintenance Supervisor in charge.
- Performs duties delegated by the Director of Maintenance or designee if qualified.
- Completes all required paperwork for maintenance that is performed in accordance with Sky One Holdings GMM instructions.
- Ensures that hangar workshops, and other areas assigned are maintained in an orderly manner.
- Assists the Director of Maintenance in maintaining technical manuals in a current status.
- Maintains an adequate tool kit.
Job Skills & Qualifications
- FAA A&P Certification
- Minimum 3 years of experience in corporate aviation
- Knowledge and experience with aircraft technical manuals
- Strong analytical and troubleshooting skills