Allegiant Travel Company Aircraft Maintenance Technician- Destin Florida in Eglin AFB, Florida
What does an A&P; Mechanic do for Allegiant?
Maintenance Technicians are FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant (A&P;) who perform direct maintenance in accordance with Allegiant Air Continuous Aircraft Maintenance Program (CAMP).
What are some of the daily duties of an A&P; Mechanic?
- Technicians working on aircraft, components or related parts of aircraft are responsible to perform work outlined on applicable work forms in accordance with Allegiant Air policies and procedures, manufacturer’s manuals and FAA requirements
- Overhaul, maintenance and repair of airframe components, power plants, aircraft communication, navigation equipment and associated components in accordance with Allegiant Air manuals, manufacturer’s manuals, bulletins and orders
- Ensure that the appropriate tag is attached to all parts removed from an aircraft in accordance with Allegiant Air policy
- The Technician, in performing his or her duties is required to be constantly alert for defective, worn or failed parts as well as safe working conditions
- Proper execution of an Airworthiness Release
- Responsible to sign for accomplishment of work on applicable work forms and records
- A Technician, when qualified, may be required to perform the duties of Inspector in accordance with the Inspector job classification as described in the manual
- Responsible to keep the work area in a clean, safe and orderly manner
- Will be assigned to such housekeeping duties as policing his or her work and/or repair area as well as maintenance of company property
- Will process all necessary paperwork in a timely fashion
- Must be willing to work a minimum of 15 % overtime annually
- Effective communication skills, both verbal and written
- Other duties as assigned
*What are the minimum requirements to be an A&P; Mechanic?*
- Must have A&P; License and HS Diploma or Equivalent; College preferred
- Must have two years aircraft maintenance experience in a Part 121, 135, or 145 environment; MD-80/B-757/A319/A320 experience preferred
- Must have trouble shooting skills, avionics and sheet metal experience preferred
- Must pass a background check and pre-employment drug screen
- Must have authorization to work in the U.S. as defined in the Immigrations Act of 1986
*What are the physical requirements of an A&P; Mechanic?*
- The work environment is primarily outdoors.
- Extreme outdoor conditions where extreme temperature ranges may be encountered.
- Must be willing to work a flexible schedule including nights, weekends and holidays.
- Must be able to lift 50 lbs; Fit in tight places; Able to bend and lift objects above their head.
- Must have physical dexterity sufficient to perform repetitive tasks and motions, including bending at the waist and knees, squatting, kneeling, crawling, twisting and sustaining those positions for extended amounts of time.
- Must have sufficient vision and ability to safely perform the essential functions of the position.
- Ability to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (High Visibility clothing, Ear protection, safety glasses) when required.
*Allegiant is an equal opportunity employer and will not unlawfully discriminate against qualified applicants or Team Members with respect to any terms or conditions of employment based on race, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, creed, marital status, military service status, union/non-union activity, citizenship status, or other characteristic protected by state or federal law or local ordinance. This includes compliance with all federal, state and local laws providing for nondiscrimination on the basis of disability in all aspects of the employment process and the requirement to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities in accordance with those laws. *
Posted: April 6, 2018