Aircraft Mechanic- LAX
Certified Aviation Services, LLC •
Repair and maintain components used for aircraft airframe and powerplant. They inspect aircraft engines, landing gear, instruments, pressurized sections, accessories-brakes, valves, pumps, and air-conditioning systems. Maintain records related to maintenance performed on the aircraft. Mechanics may also repair sheet metal or composite surfaces. Mechanics rely on the pilots’ description of a problem to find and fix faulty equipment
- Ability to maintain a professional appearance and demeanor at all times
- Knowledge of computers
- General knowledge of federal regulations
- Ability to read and understand blue prints
- Ability to read and understand aircraft wiring diagrams
- Ability to legally operate a motorized vehicle
- Performs routine inspections and troubleshooting, including airframe structures, engines, aircraft system
- Performs all airframe, power plant repairs and modifications required to meet company and FAA requirements
- Removal and disassembly of defective parts; assembly and installation of replacement parts; and testing aircraft system
- Operates all power tools and equipment necessary to accomplish job assignment
- Completes all required maintenance records
- Accurately records time worked on work order
- Interprets technical manuals, drawings and blueprints
- Tows and parks aircraft
- Performs other aircraft maintenance work as may be required
- High School Diploma or Equivalent
- Possess a Valid A&P License
- Knowledge and Understanding of the English Language
- Excellent Communication Skills
- 1 year of previous line maintenance experience preferred, not Required
- Experience and/or training on at least 2 aircraft types - A319, A320, A321, and/or B737, B767, B777 & E190 aircraft preferred.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and physical, as well as an FBI criminal background check.
- Lie down
- Climb stairs, scaffolds or ladders
- Frequently lift, pull, and hold objects weighing more than 70 pounds
- Noise and vibration are common when engines are on, so ear protection is necessary.
- A&P Mechanics usually work outdoors, sometimes in unpleasant weather.
- Mechanics often work under time pressure to maintain flight schedules to keep from inconveniencing customers.
- At the same time, mechanics have a tremendous responsibility to maintain safety standards.
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