a. A&P / A or P certificated mechanic.
b. Able to obtain airport operating area ramp badge.
c. Possess own hand tools adequate to perform aircraft maintenance.
d. Able to properly wear supplied personal protective equipment.
e. The Aircraft Mechanic I is considered an entry level with little to no industry experience, or little to no experience on aircraft type.
f. Must be able to maintain a valid driver’s license.
Tasks involve the intermittent performance of physically demanding work, typically involving some combination of reaching, bending, stooping, kneeling, or crouching, climbing and that may involve the lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling of moderately heavy objects and materials (20-50 pounds). Requires intermittent lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling of heavier objects (100+ pounds). Most tasks are performed in an equipment/engine repair shop environment, where heightened awareness to surroundings and observance of established safety precautions is essential in avoidance of injury or accidents. Some tasks are performed in an environment with potential for intermittent exposure to disagreeable elements, e.g., heat, humidity, toxic agents. Tasks include working around moving parts, equipment, carts, and materials handling where physical risks are predictable/controllable by observance of standard safety precautions.
a. Attend annual maintenance recurrent training.
b. Mechanic I is always seeking areas or extra skill sets to improve their personal
c. Knowledge and abilities on PenAir aircraft types; striving to attain Mechanic 2 qualifications.
Knowledge and abilities on PenAir aircraft types; Upon completion of in-house repairs, ensure the PenAir Work Order is completed in accordance with...