Alaska Aircraft Mechanic (Full-time)
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Job Title: Alaska Aircraft Mechanic (Full-time)
Directorate: Logistics and Mission Resources
Location: CAP Hangar – Anchorage Alaska
Reports to: Gary Schneider
Closing date: 23 May 2021
Aircraft Mechanic. Responsible for performing routine checks on aircraft and systems such as engines, propellers, electrical, flight controls, wheels, and braking systems. Performs 100-hr/annual inspections with the aid of an FAA-certified mechanic who holds an inspection authorization (IA) certification. Repairs aircraft and aircraft systems that are malfunctioning or damaged. Removes and replaces engines and propellers and prepares them for shipment to overhaul and repair facilities.
The ideal candidate will possess:
Must be an FAA-certified Airframe and Powerplant mechanic and have experience in general aircraft maintenance.
Must have a strong sense of responsibility as the safety of the aircraft and crews rely on this quality.
Must have high concentration levels and an eye for detail to ensure that critical issues are not overlooked.
Must attend work regularly, manage frequent interruptions, and work irregular hours when required to meet mission requirements.
To apply, visit our website at www.gocivilairpatrol.com to complete and submit our required online employment application. You may submit a resume in addition to a completed employment application via email to email@example.com This position does not offer a relocation package. In this position, the Civil Air Patrol offers a 401(k) retirement plan, health/dental insurance, paid life insurance, sick/vacation leave, paid holidays, and a flexible spending account. No phone calls, please. EOE