Our client has a labor base of more than 280 dedicated experts. Their team has aircraft manufacturing experience dating back to the mid-1960s, including all phases of design, tooling production, planning, product manufacturing, product support, and customer service.
If you believe quality is a way of life, then you’ve come to the right place. With our client, you can build something truly great—from industry-leading agricultural aircraft to the skills and experience that will help your career take off. Based in Albany, Georgia, you’ll find a welcoming place to live combined with a rewarding place to work.
An airframe and powerplant (A&P) mechanic maintains the airframe and engines of aircraft to meet FAA standards. This job involves tasks such as performing routine checks and repairs, installation of options and custom kits, keeping records of inventory and identifying faults with components of the plane.
This position is primarily for our repair stations but will also require work in our production facility as well. Overtime and weekend work may be required to maintain customer schedules. A&P mechanics should have strong mechanical abilities and knowledge, be incredibly detail-oriented and thorough, and be skilled at working with complex information and equipment.
Repair Station Supervisor
- Maintain the shop in a clean and organized manner
- Assemble and install electrical, plumbing, mechanical, hydraulic, structural components and accessories using hand tools and power tools
- Remove and/or install aircraft components, test IAW MM, and troubleshoot aircraft systems
- Repair, replace and rebuild aircraft structures, system and functional components
- Service, repair, troubleshoot and modify aircraft and aircraft engines
- Performs storage and shipment requirements on engines and support equipment to include documentation
- Refers to workbooks and technical publications to determine specifications to be metPerforms assigned tasks with minimal supervision
- Performs routine support equipment inspections and maintains and performs necessary corrective actions to include unscheduled maintenance
- Operates assigned aerospace ground support equipment as required.
- Selects appropriate tools and equipment required to complete assignments
- Complies with all company, OSHA and customer safety regulationsRecords all inspection /maintenance actions in logbooks as required
- Follows all safety procedures and practices as established by the Company
- Repairs rework and replace components or parts to ensure proper operation
- Assure that all required forms and documents are properly filled in and signed after maintenance work completion