Rotor Wing Maintenance Technician
Apollo MedFlight •
The Maintenance Technician is responsible for the maintenance and repairs of the primary aircraft to which he/she is assigned, and other aircraft in the AirLink inventory as directed. Directly represents Apollo MedFlight, AirLink and NHRMC and plays a key role in customer service and quality communications with people with whom the technician interacts.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES
·Performs maintenance and repairs on aircraft for which the Maintenance Technician is assigned and qualified.
·Approves aircraft for return to service after scheduled or unscheduled maintenance for which he is authorized and qualified.
·Reports all inoperative or faulty equipment to the Director of Maintenance.
·Completes all paperwork and logbook entries for all scheduled and un-scheduled maintenance that is performed in accordance with company Standard Operating Procedures.
·Ensures that hangar workshops, and other areas assigned are maintained in a clean and orderly manner.
·Assists the Director of Maintenance in maintaining technical manuals in a current status.
·Maintains an adequate personal tool kit.
·Will participate in Crew Resource Management (CRM) techniques and provide input where appropriate for operations decision.
·Will positively represent Apollo MedFlight, AirLink and NHRMC to customers, employees and patients through action, behavior and communication.
·Will actively participate in the Apollo MedFlight and AirLink safety program.
·Will participate in On-Call duties for any base or aircraft as required for the program.
·Maintenance Technicians will not work longer than 14 hours in a 24-hour period.
·Will ensure aircraft interiors and exteriors are kept clean.
·Must be willing and able to work outside in heat and cold weather conditions.
1.Minimum of a High School Diploma, or a commensurate certificate.
2.Possess a current and valid Airframe and Powerplant Certificate issued by FAA with at least 5 years practical experience in maintenance of aircraft/rotocraft. And Possess of a valid state-issued driver’s license.
3.Possess exceptional communication skills.
4.Display a mastery in functioning within a team-oriented setting.
5.Must possess good problem-solving skills.
6.Must display a high level of integrity and honesty.
7.Must be able to demonstrate a high level of autonomy and be able to be a self-starter with little supervision.
8.Must be proficient is the use of computers and work tablets and multiple software and application platforms.
9.Read and interpret Service Bulletins, Maintenance Manuals, and other Equipment Manuals and specifications to ascertain the feasibility and method of replacing or repairing faulty or damaged components.
10.Possess strong electrical skills to effectively handle and troubleshoot electrical and avionics components.
11.Posses strong mechanical skills in the repair of Airframe and Powerplant components.
12.Possess basic structural maintenance skills, to include identification of cracks and corrosion, preparing and painting surfaces, and corrosion prevention. Skilled in composite repair a plus.
13.Demonstrate proper use of calibrated tools, precision measuring devices and task-specialized tools.
14.Demonstrate proper use ground handling equipment.
15.Demonstrate proper use of ladders and work platforms.
16.Must possess a keen attention to detail to ensure precision maintenance is conducted.
17.Inspect completed work to certify that maintenance meets appropriate standards and airworthiness.
18.Possess necessary skills to perform Track and Balance on helicopter rotors.
19.Factory-schooled for EC135 and EC145 preferred.
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