This position serves as an A&P Technician for Mountain Aviation KBJC-based aircraft. Responsible for all aspects of maintaining the Mountain Aviation KBJC based aircraft in accordance with Mountain Aviation Inc.’s General Maintenance Manual (GMM) and all applicable FARs. This includes maintenance, inspection and repair of the company’s aircraft, special tools, and ground support equipment; work order preparation, review, and completion. Safety will be the primary consideration while insuring compliance with all State and Federal regulations, company policies, and requirements of 14 CFR Part 135 and all other applicable FAR’s that apply to the certificate holder.
Inspect, maintain, and repair Mountain Aviation aircraft in accordance with Mountain Aviation GMM and GOM when applicable; coordinate and document all such actions with lead technicians and VPMO/DOM as applicable.
Ensure the cleanliness of work areas and the return of equipment and tools at the end of the work shift.
Ensure that the hangar, workshops, and other areas are maintained in a clean, safe, and orderly manner.
Assist Line Department personnel with ground handling and servicing of aircraft when requested.
Assist with maintenance and repair of ground support equipment when requested.
Develop and maintain a cohesive and cooperative teamwork environment with flight crews, department managers, line personnel, and company employees.
Maintain knowledge of flight schedules on a daily basis and ensure production schedules meet delivery dates.
Assist the VPMO or his delegate when required with additional duties.
Additional Duties and Responsibilities
Secure hangar, ramp, aircraft and fuel farm at end of shift when required.
Complete work orders and account for parts and billable time.
Ability to attend required training on airframe, engines, and equipment.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of Beechcraft King Air, Cessna Citation, Hawker & Gulfstream maintenance preferred.
Knowledge of aviation procedures/servicing.
Adept in workplace safety best practices.
Understanding of applicable FARs.
Knowledge of computers and electronic software applications.
High school diploma or possession of a G.E.D. certificate.
Current US Airframe and Powerplant mechanic’s certificate meeting the requirements of, but not limited to, FAR Part 65.83. IA a plus.
Minimum of 2 years FAR Part 135.411(a)(2) aircraft maintenance experience.
Possession of an adequate set of aircraft mechanic's hand tools.
Current Colorado driver’s license.
Current US Passport.
FAR Part 135 aircraft maintenance in a hangar and ramp environment.
Be available for evening and weekend on-call rotation within the Maintenance Department.
The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds
Good vision and depth perception.
This job description does not constitute an employment contract and does not alter the at-will-employment agreement between Mountain Aviation and the incumbent. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the corporate aviation Lead Mechanic. This list is non-exhaustive and additional duties may be required.