A&P MechanicAll candidates must have either an A&P or some form of Military Aviation Training (NOT restricted to only USAALS or CH47 Training); must have four (4) or more years#8217; experience. The Boeing CH-47 Chinook is an American twin-engine, tandem rotor heavy-lift helicopter. Its primary roles are troop movement, artillery placement and battlefield resupply.
Techs will be conducting heavy sheetmetal maintenance on ERJ 145, 170, and 190 aircraft; will consider candidates from both a rotory wing or fixed wing background as long as they have worked on "live"aircraft and have heavy depot level repair experience or modication experience; With that being said, the strongly prefer commercial fixed wing experience.
Aircraft Painters with civilian fixed wing and rotary wing painting experienceAircraft Painter works independently to safely prepare, paint and detail aircraft according to schedule using company quality standards and operating procedures. Act on behalf of the Lead in their absence and provide assistance and work direction to other painters.
We are in need of the following personnel for our S-333 program. They need them ASAP. Candidates must to be willing to work 2nd shift, 3pm-11:30pm. They will start out on first shift then move to 2nd shift once that shift is rounded out. This program runs through December. The Schweizer 330 and 333 are turbine-powered developments of the Schweizer 300 light piston-powered helicopter.
Aircraft prepper/painter with some experience preferred on corporate aircraft and helicopter. Contract to hire position opportunity. Eligible candidates send your updated resume in Word format to Jeff Colvin: email@example.com and call/text me at 270-799-9808 for review and consideration.
Immediate openings. The incumbent will serve as a mechanic on the H53E platform. The H53E mechanic will perform maintenance, overhauls and repairs on H53E helicopter systems and subsystems.Perform maintenance and servicing on H53E aircraft. Performs flight line maintenance to include inspect, troubleshoot, test, repair, and installation on a variety of aircraft systems and subsystems.