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Base Maintenance Foreman (Valid A&P License Required) - Alaska

 

                                                 Mountain Aviation

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Here at Mountain Aviation, our employees provide exceptional service to our long-time jet charter clients, while maintaining a healthy work-life balance. What makes Mountain Aviation a great place to work? Not only are we the best Aircraft Charter, Management, and Maintenance operator in the Rocky Mountain Region, we offer flexible schedules, competitive salaries, and great employee benefits. We also offer professional growth opportunities to all of our employees pursuing a stable and successful career in aviation. Currently, we are accepting inquiries from both aspiring aviation professionals as well as seasoned industry experts. After reading through the entire job post, if you believe you would be a valuable member of our team, we encourage you to apply.

 
Position Summary:

The Base Maintenance Foreman position serves as a full-time, solo position for Mountain Aviation's GIV based in Alaska.  The experienced A&P technician will be responsible for all aspects of maintaining Mountain Aviation's 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 and hangar space; work order preparation, review, and completion.  Safety will be the primary consideration while insuring compliance with all State and Federal regulations & company policies. There will be on-call back-up maintenance available as required.

Essential Functions

  • Inspect, maintain, and repair Mountain Aviation's GIV in accordance with Mountain Aviation GMM and GOM when applicable; coordinate and document all such actions with lead technicians and 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, workshop, and other areas are maintained in a clean, safe, and orderly manner.
  • Assist 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 schedule on a daily basis and ensure production schedules meet delivery dates.
  • 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 events on airframe, engines, and equipment.
  • Assist with additional duties as requested.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 10 years experience with Gulfstream, specifically GIV.  
  • Understanding of applicable FARs as it pertains to business jets.
  • Knowledge of computers and electronic software application
  • Current US Airframe and Powerplant mechanic’s certificate meeting the requirements of, but not limited to, FAR Part 65.83.  IA a plus.
  • High school diploma or possession of a G.E.D. certificate
  • Adept in workplace safety 
  • Possession of an adequate set of aircraft mechanic's hand tools
  • Current driver’s license
  • Current US Passport

 

Work Conditions & Physical Requirements:

  • FAR Part 135 aircraft maintenance in a hangar and ramp environment
  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds
  • Good vision and depth perception

Benefits

  • Health, Dental, Vision, and voluntary Life Insurance available first of the month following date of hire. 
  • Company paid Life, AD&D and LTD
  • AFLAC
  • 401k with company match at 3% after 3 months of employment. 
  • PTO accrual starting immediately upon hire

Mountain Aviation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

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