Mountain Air Cargo •
We are committed to providing a stable, growth-oriented and inspiring work environment that offers opportunities for professional, personal and financial growth. If you are interested in joining a growing team, where YOU are our most valuable asset, then MAC is the place for you.
To ensure that MAC aircraft are maintained to the highest standard possible, while enforcing all procedures and policies established by MAC and Current Federal Aviation Regulations.
- Promotes safety throughout the organization as mandated through Company policies identified by executive management.
- Ensures the adherence to the designated programs outlined in this manual.
- Demonstrates on a daily basis a commitment to the continuous improvement of safety throughout the organization.
- Ensures compliance with safety policies and procedures found in Company manuals.
- Ensure a safe and healthy workplace for employees in the Maintenance Department.
- Ensure employees comply with Company safety policies and procedures.
- Make decisions regarding safety risk acceptance involving Airworthiness release process.
- Ensure Company aircraft are properly certified and maintained in accordance with Company policies and procedures.
- Reviews routine and non-routine work cards for accuracy and completion.
- Certifies the aircraft airworthiness (with regard to the work performed) after an inspection by signing the airworthiness release in the AFML.
- Records discrepancies detected on appropriate work sheets.
- Evaluate and submit changes in the inspection and maintenance procedures.
- Aid the DQ/CI in ensuring that Company aircraft are in compliance with all applicable Airworthiness Directives (AD).
- Make decisions regarding safety risk acceptance involving the Process Specifications management process.
- Ensures the quality for the airworthiness release / logbook entry process.
- Assists in the oversight of the MAC Tool Calibration Program.
- Assists in the oversight of the MAC Shelf Life Program.
- Ensures contractors that perform work on MAC aircraft or appliances are in compliance with applicable CFR and Company policies and procedures.
- Prepares and submits FAA Form 337 and / or EO’s for the accomplishment of a major repair or alteration to MAC aircraft or components, as required.
- Accomplishes the corrective actions for the Quality Control Department requested by the CRB.
- Update Weight and Balance Report (WBM-QC-005) after each weighing event or recalculation
- Assist Tech Services with troubleshooting of aircraft
- In addition to routine inspection duties, an inspector may be required to perform receiving inspections of materials and/or equipment for use on MAC aircraft.
- Other duties as assigned by the Lead Inspector.
SPECIAL POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
- Must hold a current A&P license
- Must meet the requirements of 14 CFR 65.83
- Three (3) years’ experience on aircraft with 10 or more seats or same class aircraft
- Airworthiness Release Authorization
- Receiving Inspection
- Engine Run and Taxi
- Borescope Inspections (based on need)
- Responsible for the maintenance performed by Class III ACMP, to include providing all maintenance documentation and applicable maintenance references.
WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL EFFORT:
- ATR Fam Course
- PWC 100 Series Maintenance Course
- Hamilton Sundstrand 14SF and 247F Propeller Maintenance Course
- ATR Engine Run and Taxi Course
- MAC Basic Electricity Course
- EWIS Course
- CPCP Course
Work typically performed in an office environment. However, due to work requirements, may require frequent travel which will involve exposure to noise, chemicals, adverse temperatures and other similar hazards.
Mountain Air Cargo, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer a comprehensive benefits package
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