Requirements and Qualifications (Base AMT):
- Valid and Current FAA Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Certificate required.
- Previous experience working under CFR Parts 133, 135 and 145 preferred.
- Knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations, and of EMS aviation practices and requirements preferred.
- Maintenance experience on Bell, Airbus Helicopter, and Beechcraft B200 aircraft preferred.
- Avionics troubleshooting knowledge and basic electrical repair experience required.
- Aircraft systems knowledge required.
- Aircraft records systems knowledge required.
- Aircraft maintenance planning experience required.
- Must be able to read and interpret aircraft maintenance manuals and technical publications to determine feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components.
- May occasionally travel to other REACH out bases to assist in maintenance events or support operations.
- Strong work ethic and initiative with an ability to work a flexible schedule including overtime and 24/7 on-call rotations.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing.
- Proficient in a dynamic computerized environment to include Microsoft Office Suite, web-based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, internet, etc.
- Must possess basic aircraft mechanic tools and maintain accountability of personally owned tools in accordance with REACH policies.
- Three (3) years turbine powered helicopter or fixed-wing maintenance experience required.
- Ability to plan and coordinate scheduled and preventative maintenance plan and forecast aircraft downtime in coordination with Regional Maintenance Manager.
- Responsible for validating the aircraft Status Reports for aircraft assigned.
- Responsible for advising the Pilot in Command (PIC) of any maintenance issues that would take an aircraft out of service.
- Request aviation parts and supplies in order to maintain an adequate and orderly inventory.
- Valid Driver’s License in State where employed and proof of liability insurance.
- Effectively able to communicate with the base crew including medical staff, pilots, and the leadership team.
Job Requirements and Qualifications (Base AMT - Multi-Mission Operations Division):
Value Based Competencies:
- Meets all requirements of the Hangar and Base AMT section as well as those listed in this section.
- Must be willing to travel to remote areas for extended periods of time, in support of field base maintenance support, as directed.
- Travel may be required anywhere within the REACH Air Medical Services system.
- Must meet USFS/OAS Card minimum experience requirements.
- Current or previous USFS/OAS carding for H145 Helicopters preferred.
- Must have or be able to obtain within 90 days of employment California Driver’s License (Class A, B, C with Tank & HazMat endorsements)
- Must be able to adapt to a new location with limited knowledge of the surrounding area
Responds to the needs of those served and demonstrates concern for meeting those needs.Tailors each interaction to the specific needs of the person and/or situation.Responds quickly, safely and efficiently to problems that arise while providing service and/or leadership.
Demonstrates consistent, clear and positive interpersonal communication.Is receptive, responsive and realistic.Provides timely, constructive feedback that contributes to others' development (each member must demonstrate a commitment to help each other succeed).
Takes responsibility for individual and team actions, decisions and results. Measures progress against agreed upon plans and stated goals. Dedicated to team success. Performs work with high quality and excellence. Dependable and delivers on established timelines.Continuous Improvement:
Thinks broadly when seeking new ways to improve performance, processes and services. Seeks out and utilizes best practices.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to do the following:
Work Environment: Entails exposure to indoor and outdoor weather conditions, may be exposed to loud aircraft noise, fumes, gasses, odors, dust particles and mechanical/electrical and chemical hazards.
- Must be acceptable in accordance with the FAA drug and alcohol testing program
- Utilize visual acuity to read technical information, use hands to finger, handle, feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
- Perform activities requiring a moderate amount of standing, sitting, and walking.
- Capable of lifting 50lbs.
Reporting Relationship: Reports directly to the Regional Maintenance Manager or Hangar Maintenance Manager.
- Personal tools specific to aircraft maintenance.
- Dependable personal transportation.
- Cell phone (personal or company).