Aircraft Mechanics & Service Technicians

Where

Santa Rosa County, FL

What you'll be doing

Performs maintenance, preventive maintenance, rebuilding and alterations on assigned reciprocating engine aircraft and turbine engine helicopters as prescribed by applicable federal aviation regulations; performs scheduled inspections on assigned aircraft; researches files for applicable airworthiness directives and complies with them using computers, microfiche and paper manuals. Completes necessary inspection forms and entries into log books and computer records; requests parts to be ordered in a timely manner. Maintains work space in a safe, neat and orderly manner. Coordinates with the supervisor and pilots in analyzing reported malfunctions of aircraft and assists or performs the necessary repairs or adjustments to these discrepancies. Deploys to field locations as necessary to provide mechanical, fuel, heli-base support to deployed aircraft. Performs routine and emergency maintenance and repairs to maintenance facilities and ground support equipment. Assists with building and ground maintenance, administrative tasks, property inventory etc., as needed. Performs other duties as assigned.

What your background should be

Requires skilled aircraft mechanic who holds a current airframe and power plant license. Certification by the federal aviation administration authorizes maintenance and repair on modern sophisticated aircraft and turbine powered helicopters. Requires possession of a valid class E driver license.

Required Schooling / Training

Not specified

Who is the client company

This is a government recruiting agency.
If you are interested in this position, send your resume to apply@kochdavis.com