Title Aircraft Maintenance Technician
Categories Maintenance
Salary Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits are provided.
Location Hillsboro
Job Information Position performs aircraft maintenance under supervision of the Chief of Maintenance or
Lead Technician assigned to the project, if any.

Essential Functions/Major Responsibilities:

Aircraft Maintenance: Performs all assigned aircraft maintenance tasks to the standards required under the applicable Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs), aircraft
maintenance manuals, and Company operating manuals and standards. Performs assigned tasks, including but not limited to inspecting, testing, adjusting, rigging,
troubleshooting, repairing, modifying, maintaining, and servicing aircraft, including airframes, power plants, accessories, components and systems. Only performs work
when properly qualified, trained, and authorized. Completes work in a timely fashion.

Accurate Documentation: Maintains accurate and thorough documentation of all work performed. Ensures that records are complete, accurate, and sufficient to
demonstrate regulatory compliance and to create a useful record of work performed. Uses all Company documentation and communication systems, including written and
digital records. Documents all work in a thorough and comprehensible fashion for ease of collaboration with other maintenance or Company functions.

Regulatory Compliance: Maintains up-to-date knowledge of applicable regulatory requirements, Company standards, and maintenance manuals relevant to work
performed. Ensures that all work performed meets regulatory standards and is inspected in accordance with Company procedures.

Secondary Functions:
Complies with appropriate federal, state, local, and Company safety rules, regulations, programs, policies, procedures, and practices.

Embraces the Company’s safety culture, makes safety suggestions, and reports workplace safety hazards and safety violations.

Maintains tools and maintenance equipment in a good working condition.

Maintains the facility work areas in a clean and organized condition.


Maintenance of FAA certification and knowledge necessary to perform work on a wide variety of aircraft.

Extensive knowledge of aircraft maintenance practices and procedures.

Familiarity with wide variety of aircraft and their component systems, airframes, and power plants.

Desire and ability to continuously expand aircraft maintenance knowledge and skillset.

Desire to comply with the provisions of Company safety programs, including participation in the Company’s Safety Management System (SMS).

Familiarity with, or ability to learn, computer programs used in conjunction with Company’s aircraft maintenance activities.

Ability to work cooperatively, harmoniously, respectfully, and collaboratively with other maintenance and Company team members.

Ability to communicate in English in a clear, succinct, and accurate manner, in both speech and writing.

Strong prioritization and problem-solving skills with an emphasis on collaborative work.

Presentation of a professional appearance and demeanor to customers, visitors, vendors, and other employees.

Ability to qualify for and maintain qualifications and/or licenses to operate fork lifts, boom lifts, scissor lifts, aircraft tugs, and motor vehicles.

Possession and maintenance of a valid driver’s license from state of residence.

Satisfactory pre-employment drug screening and background check.

Continued ability to pass random drug and alcohol tests.

Education, Certification, and/or Experience:

FAA Mechanic Certificate with Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Ratings required.

High School graduation, GED, or equivalent education required.

Completion of a training program at a Part 147 aviation maintenance technician school preferred.

Additional study in electronics and/or avionics preferred.

At least one year of work experience as an A&P mechanic on turbine-powered aircraft preferred.

Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:00 am – 3:30 pm.

Overtime and weekend work may be required and there is a rotating on-call schedule.

Qualified applicants will be contacted by Global Aviation after review of their submitted application and résumé. Applications not completed accurately and in their entirety may be disqualified from consideration.  We request that applicants not call regarding the status of their submission.

All offers of employment are contingent on the successful completion of a DOT drug test, criminal background and driving record checks.

Global Aviation, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

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