Aircraft accessory repair station seeking mechanic’s assistant to learn how to overhaul and repair aircraft components. Background in automotive or aviation mechanics a plus. Applicants should have basic mechanical skills and experience. A&P license not required, learn on the job. Basic hand tools will be provided.
This FAA certificated repair station has been in business for nearly 40 years and specializes in vintage, World War II era and turboprop aircraft accessories. We provide a non-smoking work environment, paid holidays and paid vacation, family & medical leave, disability leave, military leave and personal leave, and health, vision & dental insurance. Wages based on experience.
In accordance with Federal Regulations APPLICANTS MUST:
- Be able to read, write and speak fluent English.
- Be able to perform simple math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
- Be able to comprehend technical manuals as well as verbal and written instructions.
- Submit to and pass Department of Transportation drug test initially and on a random basis.
- Not have tested positive to a DOT drug test previously. If a previous positive DOT drug test has occurred, the applicant must have completed an approved rehabilitation program.
- Submit to a background check. (Criminal record not an immediate disqualifier.)
Position entails the disassembly, cleaning, inspection, overhaul, repair and testing of various aircraft components in accordance with the manufacturer’s maintenance manual. Must be able to follow written instructions in the technical manuals for each component being serviced. This repair station is regulated by various federal organizations, so proper paperwork completion is a must to finish each job. You will be paired with an experienced mechanic and will be provided on-the-job training.
Job Type: Full-time, Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm with an hour for lunch from 12pm to 1pm.
Pay: From $12.00 per hour
COVID-19 considerations: All customers are required to wear a mask. Employees are not required to wear a mask as long as they maintain a 6 foot distance from each other. Temperatures taken daily. Common areas are disinfected on a regular basis.