Gulfstream G600 Aircraft Mechanic
Laboratory Corporation of America •
The Gulfstream G600 Aircraft Mechanic will conduct or lead all aspects of maintenance performed on assigned aircraft and ensuring compliance to company policies and procedures regarding airworthiness standards. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, routine maintenance tracking, long term planning, scheduling and completion of maintenance events, and reporting of costs incurred associated with maintenance operations. This position reports to the Director of Maintenance.
What to Expect:
• Monday – Friday
• 8am – 5pm
• Travel expected up to 25%, some of which may be international.
• Some work outside of normal hours should be expected on a regular basis.
• Maintains a valid Airframe and Powerplant Certificate.
• Leads all maintenance activities of assigned aircraft, to include implementing the maintenance standards, methods, and procedures established by Labcorp Aviation to ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations, manufacturer’s recommendations and company policies.
• Reports expenditures related to assigned aircraft.
• Participates in the Safety Management System; and assumes any duties delegated by the Director of Maintenance.
? • Observes or monitors aircraft maintenance personnel (both company employees and non-company personnel), including aircraft interior and exterior cleaning, and ensuring the quality and completeness of maintenance performed under the authority of the Director of Maintenance.
• Coordinates with all non-company personnel performing maintenance on company aircraft with DOM and conduct vendor evaluations for outside maintenance.
• Ensures that complete records of all inspections, repairs and component changes, airframe flight time, engine times, AD notes, Service letters from the airframe, engine and component manufacturers, and FAA maintenance instructions are accurately maintained.
• Ensures compliance with Airworthiness Directives (ADs) and Service Bulletins affecting company aircraft.
• Removes known unsafe aircraft and those that do not comply with the CFRs from service, and ensures the airworthiness of aircraft returned to service.
• Ensures operational readiness of the aircraft with as little schedule impact as practical.
• Performs internal audits of tool calibration and material control and ensure that adequate tools, parts, materials, support equipment, and facilities are available to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance.
Lifts and moves objects up to 50 pounds consistently with heavier weight at times, and the ability to sit, stand, and squat.
Education and Qualifications:
• Must hold a valid A&P Certificate.
• Preference given to an IA Certificate holder.
• Preferred 10 with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in Corporate Aircraft Maintenance Operations.
• Demonstrates knowledge of the CFRs and aircraft maintenance standards.
• Proficient with planning, implementation, and direction of the maintenance programs and control system for the aircraft operated.
• Recent experience in Gulfstream G500 and/or G600 (6 months within the past 24 mos.).
• Proficiency in CMP preferred.
• Must have the general tools required to work on the aircraft as needed. Company will provide specialized tooling.
• Will be required to work overtime as necessary.
• Knowledge and/or experience as a Quality Inspector, Maintenance Controller, or Maintenance Project Lead is a plus.
Labcorp is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer:
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, age, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.
up to 25%, some may be international
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