Overview of Wencor Group:
ATC, a Wencor Group company, is a leading provider of differentiated and IP-driven aftermarket solutions for the commercial aerospace industry. Wencor is a leading provider of differentiated and IP-driven aftermarket solutions for the commercial aerospace industry. The Company, founded over 60 years ago, offers multiple solutions for airlines to maintain their fleet, including Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA), consumables and expendables distribution, component repair, and used serviceable material parts. Through this comprehensive set of aftermarket solutions and proprietary PMAs and Design Engineering Representative (DERs), Wencor allows its airline customers to reduce its maintenance costs and improve aircraft reliability. Wencor serves the commercial aftermarket, and thus its customer demand is tied to the installed base of aircraft and has a stable financial profile as a result. Wencor is headquartered in the Atlanta, Georgia area with additional offices in Utah, Miami, Seattle, California, Alabama, New York, Amsterdam, Singapore, Shanghai, and Istanbul.
Wencor is owned by management and Warburg Pincus, a leading private equity firm founded in 1966 and an active investor in the aerospace sector. Warburg's thesis is to continue to support Wencor's growth through organic investments in people, product, and technology, as well as through tuck-in acquisitions.
Overview of the Position:
We are an FAA repair facility that services aircraft components. We specialize in pneumatic valves, electromechanical actuators, and electrical components. No A&P license required. This is a career opportunity; if you have the technical adeptness and desire, you will be successful. We are a growing company that has been in operation for 25 years. Our customers include the largest airlines and freight companies in the world and the US military. Our workforce is growing and now is a great time to join our team.
Aerospace/aviation experience is not required. Job applicants must be mechanically inclined and have related mechanical experience or technical schooling. FAA/DOT drug testing IS REQUIRED (both pre-employment and random). Normal workdays are 6:30 AM to 3 PM daily (40 hr. work week), with overtime.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Execute aircraft and aviation maintenance within timelines established by customer, FAA and ATC quality standards.
- Test and repair aircraft components in accordance with company provided data (manuals, drawings, procedures, etc.) and company provided training.
- Assemble and disassemble various components of aircraft during repairs and maintenance.
- Adjust, align and calibrate components using hand tools, gauges, etc.
- Ensure compliance with FAA and company standards.
- Maintain orderly work area that is clean and safe.
- Resolve complex technical problems and troubleshoot unusual repairs.
- Perform compliance with environmental, health and safety regulations.
- Use, maintain and store company-provided tools and equipment in safe and proper manner.