Military Talent Source
· Aviation Maintenance Mechanics- Current FAA Airframe and Power-Plant (A&P) Certification required or commessurate military experience with a desire to sit for A&P. Oversee and perform maintenance and repair of airframe components, power-plants and associated components in accordance with Company Manuals, Manufacturer Manuals, Service Bulletins and Federal Aviation Regulations. Modify aircraft structures, systems, or components by following drawings, engineering orders and technical publications. Some travel required.
· Aviation Structural Mechanics- Experience performing modifications and alterations to aircraft according to the desired engineering specifications. Work as part of a team alongside other technicians and perform quality work, both on and off business aircraft. Must have knowledge and experience in airframes, sheet metal work, drilling and riveting. A&P not required. Some travel required.
· Avionics Technician-Experienced Avionic Technicians or people interested in working in the business and corporate aviation industry with extensive experience in electrical wiring, cable running, and wireless network set-up. Experience in troubleshooting computer networks, pinning electrical connectors, splicing and fitting electrical connectors. Knowledge of schematics. Current FAA Airframe and Power-Plant (A&P) certificate desired but not required. Some travel required.
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