Helicopter A&P Mechanic
Chesapeake Bay Helicopters •
Chesapeake Bay Helicopters has an immediate opening for an experienced A&P based in Chesapeake, Virginia. This is a full-time year-round position. Additional
duties will include working as ground support staff on a multitude of company operations. Occasional paid travel is required. The ideal candidate will be motivated, organized, safety conscious team player with the ability to adapt on short notice in order to meet the needs of our valued customers. Candidate must be able to perform Inspection Authorization (IA) duties and be able to:
•Maintain aircraft fleet according to FAA regulations and manufacturer requirements.
•Perform routine airworthiness inspections of aircraft: pre-flight; service; clean and maintain aircraft in flight ready condition; and post-flight.
•Change time-life components on airframes and engines; disassemble, repair and reassemble engine and airframe components; repair and replace defective parts.
•Maintain the computerized maintenance tracking programs; check the Avantext Airworthiness Directive for Airworthiness Directives, Service Bulletins and Notice of Parts reporting malfunction.
•Perform daily, monthly, annual, bi-annual inspections.
•Maintains hangar maintenance shop and clean-up of work station, maintains tools and support items.
•Maintains master vehicle fleet log and vehicle fleet maintenance.
Chesapeake Bay Helicopters, started in 1998, is a commercial helicopter operator operating under Parts 91, 133, 135 and 137. CBH aircraft perform a multitude of services
specializing in Pipeline and Powerline patrol. At CBH our employees can expect excellent support from management and a safe working environment in all phases of our operation. CBH operates a well maintained and supported fleet of Robinson R-44, Bell 206 and MD-500 aircraft.
Benefits include, but are not limited to, competitive wages (commensurate with experience), health care benefits and paid time off. CBH pays for all travel and the airline, hotel and rental car points are retained by the employee.
•Must possess a current FAA Inspection Authorization, FAA Airframe
and Powerplant (A&P) license and a valid driver's license.
•Must be able to work weekends, holidays and nights if required.
•Skilled in aircraft maintenance of MD500 E, Bell 206 B3 and Robinson R44
•Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team to provide the
highest level of safety.
•Abilities in the following: welding, sheet metal, aircraft painting, aircraft
electrical, basic avionics repair and
•Ability to frequently stoop, bend, crawl, kneel, work from ladders and lift up
•Positive, upbeat personality and a willingness to work within the guidelines
of the company.
•Follow direction and work harmoniously in a highly-paced, structured
•Experience with online maintenance tracking software and basic
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