Level 2 A&P Mechanic
Air Cargo Carriers •
The Airframe and Powerplant Technician is responsible for service and maintenance of the aircraft systems, power plant, airframe and components. This includes performing inspections, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, part replacement and repairs, as well as other routine maintenance such as fluid servicing and lubrication. Plugging in and starting aircraft with power cart.
Pratt & Whitney PT 6 Turbo Prop Engines Preferred (Other Pratt & Whitney Engine experience considered)Engine Hot sectioning, Borescope, etc. experience a plusShorts 330 or 360 Aircraft, King Air preferred, Other Twin Turbo Prop aircraft considered.
Perform aircraft maintenance work in accordance with FAA and Company regulationRead and interpret technical and maintenance manuals, diagrams and blueprintsDocument or record all work performed using Company provided logs, task cards, forms, tags or computer systemsResearch and order parts and determine appropriate repair action/s.Assist other technicians with a variety of tasks related to aircraft maintenance and aircraft movementAbility to mentor and train (OJT)FOD Control / Housekeeping Duties – Proper Storage and clean, organized work area
This position requires you to perform a variety of physical activities such as:
Accessing elevated areas of aircraft for maintenance and servicing which may require the use of ladders, jet stairways, high lift trucks, boom lifts and other lifting devicesClimbing, standing, stooping, bending, kneeling, sitting, working overhead, extensive walking, working in tight/confined spaces and lifting up to 50 poundsHandling hazardous material in performance of assigned dutiesBe able to use Personal Protective Equipment (e.g., respirators, safety glasses, safety shoes, etc.)
This description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by an employee within this position; additional tasks and responsibilities may be assigned as appropriate
High School diploma or GED/equivalent requiredFAA A&P License required
At least 18 years of ageValid US driver's license (revoked, suspended or expired are not considered valid)Passing of a 10-year background checkPassing of pre-placement physical abilities test, hearing and vision tests, and drug screenPassing and maintaining recurring pulmonary function check for the use of a respirator with no medical restrictions or limitations, if necessaryClearing a fingerprint-based criminal history check in order to obtain and retain credentials necessary for the position required (ACC will consider applicants with criminal histories consistent with applicable State and Federal law)Possess own tools and the ability to purchase additional tools if requiredFlexible to work any shift in a 24/7 operation, including nights, weekends and holidays requiredLegally authorized to work in the United States for any employer without sponsorshipAbility to obtain US Passport if neededSuccessful completion of pre-employment skills tests and interviewReliable, punctual attendance is essential function of the position
5 to 7 years’ experience with trouble shooting, repair, and maintenance of aluminum and/or composite skinned, pressurized jet/turboprop aircraft preferred. Shorts 330/360, King Air, Pratt & Whitney PT6, and other Twin Turbo Prop Aircraft experience considered.
Knowledge and ability to use power toolsThe ability to become skilled on the use of various test and ground equipmentBasic computer knowledgeAbility to read, write and speak English fluently
Medical, Dental and Vision
Education Tuition Reimbursement
AirCargo Carriers, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other legally protected status.
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