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Aircraft Mechanic 4

Description

Responsibilities include overseeing and managing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements for assigned aircraft; Reviewing CORRIDOR and CAMP for open work orders and ensuring completed work orders are closed Researching and identifying parts, test equipment, Ground Support Equipment

(GSE), and special tools required to perform maintenance; Coordinating with Operations Center Manager and OCONUS Shift Leads to schedule availability of all requirements needed to accomplish maintenance; Acting as the primary point of contact for all aircraft discrepancies that may affect the daily operation of all BACN aircraft.

Troubleshoot assistance with repairs to aircraft and engine systems; diagnosis of malfunctions. Performs maintenance assistance in accordance with technical specifications, engineering instructions, and FAA regulations. Maintains FAA required records, manuals and inspection forms. Requires an airframe and power license.

Qualifications

Basic Qualifications:

High School diploma or equivalent with 6 years of experience

FAA Airframe and Powerplant License

Current US Passport or ability to obtain one

Must have ability to obtain and maintain a DoD SECRET Security Clearance

Ability to obtain a JP Morgan Visa credit card

Preferred Qualifications:

10 or more years BD-700 Global Express or USAF E-11A aircraft experience

Current DoD SECRET Clearance with at least one year from expiring

Business or Regional Jet experience a plus (CRJ, G-5, G-4, Challenger, Falcon, etc.)

5+ years Aircraft Maintenance operations experience in business and/or airline aircraft industry

Special Mission aircraft experience

DoD/civilian maintenance program experience

Corridor and CAMP Aviation Maintenance Program software experience

Civilian/military Customer Response Center/Cell/Maintenance Operations Center experience

Previous experience in FAR Part 135/145 or MRO environment preferred

Proficient in computer operations and Microsoft Office Software (Outlook, Word, Excel, and Access)



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