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Job Role: Aircraft Mechanic

Job Location: Mesa, Arizona
Aircraft Mechanic
Aircraft Mechanic

Full Time / On-site

Offered Salary : $88k to $112k

Experince : 3 years experience


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Job Details :
Aircraft Mechanic Job in Mesa, Arizona

An Aircraft Mechanic is assigned to the Police Department Air Support Unit
and receives supervision from a Police Sergeant. The duties and responsibilities of this class are governed by established maintenance schedules, limitations of shop and field maintenance facilities, and FAA regulations. The work requires considerable initiative and independent judgement in the inspection and maintenance of aircraft. An Aircraft Mechanic may ride with pilots to observe and record findings of test flights, make repairs and modifications as a result of test flight findings, and troubleshoot pilot complaints. Work is subject to on-call and weekend assignments. This class is FLSA nonexempt.

 An Aircraft Mechanic performs skilled technical work involved in the
routine inspection, maintenance, repair and overhaul of rotary and fixed-wing aircraft, accessories, and equipment in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Mesa Police Department regulations.  An employee of this class is responsible for ensuring and certifying the airworthiness of
assigned aircraft in conformance with federal air regulations, manufacturers’ bulletins and service notes, and Airworthiness Directives as issued by the FAA.   Work includes: conducting specified periodic inspections of engines and airframes; identifying and correcting defects and malfunctions; servicing, repairing, and modifying engines, airframes, and accessories; replacement of parts; and maintaining records and logs of all inspections, discrepancies, replacements, check lists, and the daily status of aircraft.

  In addition, the Aircraft Mechanic is responsible for contacting vendors to obtain quotes and order parts.

  This class performs related duties as required.

Any combination of training, education, and experience
equivalent to graduation from high school. A minimum of three years full-time paid experience
maintaining helicopters. Possession of a valid Mechanic’s License with an airframe and power plant
(A & P) rating issued by the FAA, and the absence of violations of FAA regulations.

 Must possess a valid Arizona Driver’s License by hire date.

 Because of the confidential, sensitive nature of information handled, successful completion of a background investigation and polygraph is required.

 Must possess hand and precision tools necessary for the proper and efficient maintenance of aircraft and engines with the exception of special tools, required for specific aircraft.

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Job Type :

Full Time / On-site

Offer Salary :

$88k to $112k

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Experience :

3 years experience

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Qualification :

High school graduation

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