A & P Technician
An A&P mechanic maintains, inspects, disassembles, rebuilds, and troubleshoots the CFM56-3/-7 engines of aircrafts to meet FAA standards. This involves They will often work in hangars, repair stations, and on airfields. The position is full-time on an eight-hour schedule with occasional overtime and weekend work. A&P mechanics should have strong mechanical abilities and knowledge, be incredibly detail-oriented and thorough. An A&P mechanic should be skilled at working with complex information and equipment.
- High School diploma
- Must have basic mechanical skills.
- Must be fluent in English (written and verbal)
- Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S
- Pass pre-employment drug testing per FAA/DOT regulations.
- Airframe and/or Powerplant (A&P) FAA certification
- +1 years of experience in engine maintenance
- Previous engine maintenance experience in the aerospace field on turbine engines; CFM56-3/-7 preferred.
- Candidate should be goal-oriented, detailed, and must work well in team environments and as an individual
- Well-organized with basic computer skills.
- Ability to multi-task.
- Show careful diligence/attention in performing duties under normal mental stresses commonly associated with detailed mechanical/technical work.
- Should be able to perform moderately strenuous physical tasks which include bending, stooping, kneeling, and working overhead for a long period of time.
- Starting $25hr
- Based on experience and license it can go up to $35 hr.
Jhonatan Crivocapich, VP Human Resources
786-441-2600 from 7AM-4PM