• Textron
  • $41,335.00 -63,940.00/year*
  • Downingtown, PA
  • Energy/Power
  • Full-Time
  • 3 Hessian Ct

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JOB SUMMARY:

To lead a Mobile Service Unit (MSU) focused on facilitating the maintenance activities and work scope on Customer aircraft. Will identify and correct the more unusual and difficult work on malfunctioning jet and turboprop aircraft mechanical components and systems. Performs in specific area of specialization, and schedules and coordinates the work of others in the crew. Will serve as main point of contact for Customers utilizing the MSU including coordinating and communicating all aircraft issues with the Customer. Will meet with Customer at location, review work scope with Customer and add squawks as required. Will respond to Customer inquiries and be responsible for assuring Customer satisfaction by coordinating with the Service Center Team. Will oversee the maintenance of the MSU insuring vehicle is properly serviced and road worthy at all times.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

* Manages the MSU, tools, equipment and parts inventory, orders parts and supplies as required. Guides and directs other mechanics to insure the work scope is completed in a timely manner and work performed is completed in accordance with established policy, procedure, and quality standards. Performs and directs the completion of maintenance activities on one or more Citation, Hawker, and/or King Air aircraft. Requires thorough knowledge of aircraft engines, mechanical systems, and components on all assigned aircraft. Maintenance activities include (1) Prioritization and workflow of all aircraft maintenance activities, and (2) Troubleshooting, disassembly, repair, replacement, reassembly or adjustment of various aircraft systems to prepare aircraft mechanically for flight and delivery to customer.
* Checks, corrects or replaces a variety of complex aircraft assemblies, aircraft systems, and optional equipment installations.
* Orders and obtains parts necessary to effect aircraft repairs. Assures that cores are returned in accordance with established procedure.
* Requires knowledge of inspection procedures set forth in FAR Part 145. Responsible for insuring documentation procedures are accomplished as required in FAR Part 43 and all other applicable FARs.
* Responsible for clear, concise, and accurate written reports in logs, inspection reports, and in parts identification for issue and return documents.
* Ensure that all maintenance, preventive maintenance, alterations, or specialized services performed are in accordance with the Inspection System Procedures as Outlined in the Quality Control Manual.
* Responsible for communicating safety expectations of the Service Center.
* Monitors the work environment to assure it is maintained in a safe and orderly condition.
* Identifies and corrects unsafe acts.
* As required, debriefs customer on aircraft discrepancies and has frequent contact with customer requiring courtesy, good judgment and tact in resolving customer issues/concerns.
* Is responsible for overseeing the maintenance of the MSU insuring that the MSU is in safe operating condition, all fluid levels are at proper levels, tire pressures are correct, wiper blades, hoses, tires, etc are all inspected, repaired or replaced as required.
* Is responsible to insure that all equipment, tooling, and tools with the MSU are inspected, properly maintained and serviced as required to insure safe and efficient operation.
* Must obtain a Cessna-issued driver license and possess valid state-issued driver license. Both are required to operate Company-owned vehicles or vehicles under Cessna control.
* May be required to observe operation of mechanical systems during flight and troubleshoot problems for in-shop repairs.
* Responsible for guiding, instructing and scheduling the work of three or more technicians and provides job related training or instruction as required.
* Works as a member of a team focused on meeting Customer expectations requiring Mechanics and Avionic Technicians to assist each other as required.
* Drivers are required to follow the DOT hours of service.

Shift: 7th

Days of work: Friday - Sunday

Hours: 7:00 am - 7:30 pm

EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE:

Required:

* High school education or equivalent
* A&P license
* Over 5 years experience with diversified jet, turboprop, piston, modification, and phase inspection experience as an A&P Mechanic
* Must possess either :
* Commercial Motor Vehicle Class B license and valid DOT Medical Card

OR

* CLP (Commercial Learners Permit) with the ability to obtain a Commercial Motor Vehicle Class B license and a valid DOT Medical Card prior to the expiration date of the CLP.

Preferred:

* Minimum 2-3 years experience on Cessna, Hawker, or Beechcraft aircraft.

QUALIFICATIONS:

* Must be able to obtain an Airport Security Badge through the local airport authority (if applicable)
* Use of arithmetic, blueprints, and specifications plus knowledge of jet an piston airframe and engine principals

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.


Associated topics: building, construction, fluid mechanic, maintenance, mechanic, mechanical engineer, pipe, pipeline, thermodynamic, turbine

* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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