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The Maintenance Technician reports to the Lead Maintenance Technician and is responsible for maintenance performed on AirMed International aircraft.
• Perform inspection, maintenance, preventative maintenance, trouble-shooting, and replacement of limited parts on aircraft as required.
• Assure compliance with Airworthiness Directives, Maintenance Manual requirements and General Maintenance Practices.
• Complete maintenance, inspections, and paperwork properly and timely. Participate in on-call maintenance rotation.
• Communicate status with lead technician and AirMed team members per company guidelines.
• Assist with maintaining hangars and shop equipment as requested.
When receiving incoming aircraft:
• Screens the log for incidents reportable under the mechanical Reliability Report Procedures and immediately remits the information by the quickest means of communication available to the Director of Maintenance.
• Communicates with pilot and obtains clarification as necessary to ensure that the entry provides sufficient information on which to base rectifying action on all discrepancies.
• Rectifies all discrepancies that parts and time permit.
• Communicates with Medical Center representative regarding changes in aircraft status.
Prior to releasing departing aircraft:
• Ensures that aircraft are airworthy in accordance with current FAR regulations and the General Maintenance Practices.
• Ensures that all work or servicing is properly documented.
• Ensures that all equipment required for the conditions of the flight is aboard and properly stowed.
• Ensures that Airworthiness Release has been completed and recorded in accordance with Company Maintenance Policy and Inspection Procedures.
• The Maintenance Technician
• Must possess a valid FAA airframe and powerplant license
• Must possess valid driver license
• Postion requires participation in the FAA - DOT drug and alcohol testing program.
• Must be able to push and/or pull 100+ lbs.
• Must be able to life and/or carry up to 50 lbs.