OMNI Air International •
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The A&P Mechanic has ETOPS duties as defined in the ETOPS Policies and Procedures Manual (EPPM). Duties shall include, but are not limited to the following:
· Perform routine, non-routine and preventative maintenance in accordance with OAI manuals, manufacturers’ manuals, FAR’s and other established procedures to ensure timely release and continued airworthiness of company aircraft.
· Mechanics will be required to sign for work accomplished including troubleshooting deferred maintenance items, and ensure proper recording of all maintenance tasks on company documents
· Mechanics will perform all tasks assigned by Lead Mechanics, Maintenance Control or higher management
· Properly tag all repairable components including reason for removal
· When exercising authority under RII provisions, Mechanic will be directly responsible to Director of Quality and Engineering
· Attend all training courses as assigned by any supervisor
· Comply with all company rules, regulations, and procedures set forth in company manuals and policies developed by supervisor
· Keep a constant watch for safety, excessive cost of labor duplication, ensure proper and adequate equipment is used, acceptable parts or components are installed and approved hardware or supplies are used
· At stations where a Lead Mechanic is available, coordinate all troubleshooting work requests and part requirements with Lead Mechanic(s), otherwise coordinate with Maintenance Control
· Coordinate with Maintenance Control or Lead Mechanics to meet incoming aircraft, review logbook for discrepancies, and plan any corrective action needed
· The Mechanic 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 Maintenance Department, and thereby dress appropriately and present a professional attitude
· Perform duties significant to the Lower Minimums Maintenance Program (LMP) as specified in GMM Chapter 12
· Maintain an insurable driving record under Omni insurance driving guidelines
· Performs other duties as specified by Director of Maintenance
· Must be willing to work 10-12-hour shifts, including evenings, weekends, and holidays
· Position may involve some travel
· Regular attendance during regularly scheduled business hours
· High School Diploma or GED
· Valid A&P License
· Minimum of 3years heavy maintenance experience on a B767/777, and avionics.
· Valid state issued drivers’ license with clear MVR with no major moving violations within the past 3 years
· Must be able to pass a 10 year background/criminal/motor vehicle records check and pre-employment drug screen
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
· High School diploma or GED (required)
· Valid A&P license
· B767 & 777 heavy maintenance experience and avionics required
· Must be able to lift 50 pounds or more.
· Climb stairs and ladders.
· Capable of using small tools (hammer, crowbar, and screwdriver).
· Capable of using ground equipment (Forklift, Pickup Truck) and tow trailer behind pickup truck.
· Manual dexterity to operate a computer.
· Stand – 80%
· Walk - 15%
· Sit - 5%
· Travel - 1%
MENTAL CAPABILITY REQUIREMENTS
· Careful workmanship and attention to detail
· Ability to work under stressful conditions because of degree of responsibility
· Ability to read, understand, and follow manual instructions to solve complex mechanical problems
· Ability to understand, remember, and apply oral and/or written instructions or other information
· Oral and written communication skill sufficient to prepare reports, and to discuss equipment malfunction
Drug Free Workplace, Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veterans/VEVRAA Federal Contractor/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
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