An aircraft maintenance engineer keeps aircraft in working order through maintenance, repairs
and inspections. The Federal Aviation Administration, or FAA, regulates mechanical work on aircraft,
and individuals entering this field must meet specific training and certification requirements. Aircraft
maintenance engineers must be prepared to carefully follow FAA regulations and work long hours on
Responsibilities Include but not limited to:
• Requires lots of standing and must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
• Removal, installation and repair of mechanical components on aircraft. (hydraulic, fuel, oxygen,
water, air conditioning, floor panels)
• Removal, installation and repair of cabin components on aircraft. (seats, cargo/cockpit/door frame
• Ability to work independently or in a team environment, adapting to fluctuating workloads and
• All will be exposed to working outdoors in the environmental conditions.
• Computer literate and Application oriented.
• Customer interaction.
• FAA repair station paperwork and policies.
• Perform aircraft maintenance
• General Repairs
• LRU Replacement, Trouble Shooting, Routine inspections up to A Checks.
• Obtain and maintain engine runup qualification.
• Maintain a positive relationship with operator planners and local managers.
• Communicate customer questions and issues in a timely manner
• Ensures application of necessary labor and performance to meet goals
• Perform aircraft maintenance for the company's airline customers.
• Perform aircraft maintenance for CAS's airline customers.