The Maintenance Technician is responsible for performing, assisting, and advising on all assigned maintenance activities. These activities must be done while maintaining a positive and productive relationship with employees, vendors and clients by personally performing these duties or through subordinate staff members.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Duties include the following (other duties may be assigned as required by management):
Reports daily to their respective Maintenance Team Leader.
Completing tasks assigned to himself / herself in accordance with the procedures set forth in various maintenance manuals (Repair Station & Quality Control Manual and Air Carrier Operations General Maintenance Manual). Comply with all FARs, Operations Specifications, Company Policies, and Company Procedures.
Ensuring that the appropriate technical data is available during the performance of maintenance, preventive maintenance and alteration activities.
Ensure the shop premises are maintained in a clean and orderly manner.
Ensure that all maintenance or alteration processes are appropriately completed and documented electronically on the maintenance forms as set forth in manuals.
Determine whether a hidden damage inspection should be performed, what should be done and properly perform maintenance.
Towing aircraft, taxiing aircraft and performing run ups in accordance with applicable standards and procedures.
Ensures completion of all aircraft servicing functions including but not limited to: oxygen/nitrogen service, oil and hydraulic fluid checks, etc.
Submits all required work orders, reports, and other forms to the appropriate company authority in an organized and timely manner.
Maintains a close, productive, and beneficial relationship with managers, peers, colleagues, manufacturer’s representatives, repair facilities, and the FAA.
Ensures the safety and quality of all assigned duties and responsibilities by actively and positively participating in SQMS program.