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Organ Mountain Aviation Company (OMAC) is seeking an experienced Helicopter A P Mechanics to join our maintenance team working to maintain our fleet of 4 Bell Jet Ranger helicopters each aircraft flying about 500 to 600 hours a year. The primary focus of this position is field maintenance of the aircraft, in support of on-going LaSen contractual requirements.

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Responsible for all
operations involving company aircraft, is in compliance with the Federal
Aviation Regulations, Part 135, Air Evac EMS Operations Manual and all state or
municipal regulations

RESPONSIBILITIES

Aircraft operation

Our client is looking for a Blade Balance Tech to work in Grapevine, Texas! Apply today with your most recent resume and if you meet the qualifications a recruiter will be in contact with you!

Installs, operates, maintains, repairs andmodifies equipment. Performs a variety of maintenance and technical support onproducts such as equipment, integrated systems and subsystems, and software atcustomer and/or field locations. Analyzes and evaluates products and relatedperformance. Troubleshoots and diagnoses malfunctions to eliminate problem inminimum time.

• Conducts flights offshore to elevated helidecks

#8226; Operates company aircraft in a safe and efficient manner

#8226; Ensures the aircraft is in an airworthy condition and reports all aircraft discrepancies in a timely manner

#8226; Maintains situational awareness and monitors weather conditions throughout the flight

#8226; Adapts to changing environments

Contract to Direct Hire PositionPart 145 Repair StationMRO ServicesFixed Wing and Rotary AircraftPiston and Turbine engines

SUMMARY:Ensure all records and documentations are maintained, inspection requirements are scheduled and coordinated through the appropriate maintenance activities. Prepare specialized plans for supporting aircraft maintenance. Lead and coordinate the activities of small groups of mechanics under the direction of the Site Manager and the Director / Manager of Maintenance.

Summary Ensure all records and documentations are maintained, inspection requirements are scheduled and coordinated through the appropriate maintenance activities. Prepare specialized plans for supporting aircraft maintenance. Lead and coordinate the activities of small groups of mechanics under the direction of the Site Manager and the Director / Manager of Maintenance.

Type of aircraft: Military HelicopterLongevity: 12 monthsType of work environment: MilitarySummary

Type of aircraft: HelicopterLongevity: Temp to PermType of work environment: Manufacturing Summary

Responsibilities:•Conduct training (including classroom academics for Maintenance Management and hands-on demonstration) of Secretar#237;a de la Defensa Nacional (SEDENA) maintenance personnel with focus on the skills of a U.S.

Responsibilities:•Conduct both formal and informal training (both flight and academic) on UH-60M aircraft procedures, mission training tasks, tactical employment techniques, and weapons engagement procedures to build combat readiness within the TA.•Conduct the informal training/mentorship normally performed by U.S. Army Instructor Pilots, Examiners, Technicians, and NCOs in U.S.

Responsibilities:•Execute post-maintenance required ground runs and maintenance test flights.•Perform flight readiness inspections and complete maintenance forms and aircraft log books.•Flight test the applicable aircraft to determine that the airframe, power plant, accessories, and items of equipment are functioning IAW pre-determined requirements.•Perform maintenance operational checks of air

Wings Air Helicopters, a New York-based commercial helicopter operator is accepting applications for a full-time junior aircraft mechanic.

The Pilot is responsible for the safety and efficient conduct of the flight assignment.

The Aircraft Mechanic III duties shall include, but are not limited to:

Maintenance Test Pilots shall be proficient in flying operations of the aircraft they are assigned. Maintenance test pilots shall possess a current and valid ARMY or FAA Second Class Medical Certificate.

AECOM is currently recruiting for a Maintenance Test Pilot Rotary Wing (CH-47) position at Fort Wainwright.Essential Responsibilities:1) Pilot's aircraft and serves as aircraft Pilot in Command when accomplishing maintenance test flight acceptance and support missions as prescribed by customer requirements.2) Plan mission and obtains briefing information on purpose of flight test, weather, oper

COMMERCIAL HELICOPTER A P MECHANIC/QC INSPECTOR We are seeking highly skilled and licensed rotary wing technicians for a Direct Hire opportunity with a successful Helicopter Manufacturing company that operates a Part 145 station in the North East.

The Reliability Maintainability (R M) Department is looking for a talented Engineer to provide technical support for the CH-53K Helicopter development program.The successful candidate will serve as a subject matter expert to enable the program to translate field and repair data into actionable analysis.The individual will work as a member of an Integrated Product Team to influence design, s

Off-Duty Base Housing Provided! OVERVIEW

Responsible for all
operations involving company aircraft, is in compliance with the Federal
Aviation Regulations, Part 135, Air Evac EMS Operations Manual and all state or
municipal regulations

RESPONSIBILITIES

Aircraft operation

Length of Assignment contract to possible direct US Citizenship Required Pay Per Hour $27-$31DOE Hourly Rate - $31.00 until Dec.

Position Summary: The Aircraft technician A Sheetmetal (Contract) will perform work on assigned parts in Sheetmetal.

Bluesky Helicopters, Inc is seeking talented candidates with Sikorsky H-60 aircraft maintenance experience.As a Mechanic, you shall be able to troubleshoot malfunctions in structure, landing gear, flight surfaces and controls, anti-icing, pneudraulic, engines, auxiliary power unit, and ventilation and heating systems.The mechanic can expect to repair, replace, and rebuild structures, such as ro

SUMMARYThe maintaining of aircraft and their associated engines and sub-systems to ensure airworthiness.

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