What you will do:
Performs troubleshooting, inspections, routine and non-routine maintenance on customer aircraft in accordance with applicable technical data, customer maintenance program requirements, within estimated or budgeted hours and within FAA and customer standards of quality. Returns to Service aircraft that have completed all required maintenance actions utilizing logbooks or customer authorized documentation. Performs additional duties as assigned.
What you need:
High school diploma
Effectively speak, read and write in the English language
Working knowledge of aircraft mechanical systems
Airframe or Powerplant lic.
Working knowledge of computer based applications
Basic understanding of FAA regulations pertaining to FAR Part 145 repair station operations
Aircraft Maintenance Manual, Overhaul Manuals, Service Bulletins, Airworthiness Directives, Illustrated Parts Catalogues and Structural Repair Manuals
Must provide tools as listed on required tool listing
Preferred Job Skills:
Prior hands-on experience in a heavy maintenance environment
Prior experience at a FAR Part 145 repair station
Ability to lift up to 75 pounds
Ability to twist, bend, stoop, kneel, squat, crawl and climb and sustain those positions for an extended period of time
Ability to work at heights up to 60 feet
Ability to work with arms raised above head and perform repetitive tasks and motions
Ability to fit in tight places
Ability to work in confined spaces with respiratory equipment
Ability to work outdoors in extreme weather conditions
Ability to precisely manipulate hand tools in a variety of situations
AMES is an equal opportunity employer and that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran or disability status.