Heavy Maintenance Powerplant Tech 1
The Heavy Maintenance Powerplant Tech 1 will be responsible for performing maintenance in the field and the shop primarily on commercial aircraft engines. Maintenance on commercial aircraft engines, including engine stand maintenance, and engine preservations, will also be required. Being available on short notice to work is a requirement; this includes global travel and working after-hours, weekends, and holidays, and other duties as assigned.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES
Perform heavy maintenance on turbine engines around the world to the highest quality standards. Gain knowledge on GES quality procedures per the Repair Station & Quality Manual (RSQM), including the FAA/EASA Part 145 regulations, requirements, and procedures. Act in accordance with and meet the requirements of the RSQM, other applicable regulations, and company policies.
Provide excellent customer service when interacting with customers in the shop or field.
Have a positive attitude, promote the business to internal and external customers, co-workers, or potential employees. Read and interpret and understand OEM technical data, maintenance manuals, service bulletins, FAA Airworthiness Directives, and other specifications to determine the maintenance procedure, method of repairing and/or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components.
Familiar with aircraft maintenance manuals (AMM) for multiple aircraft and engine configurations. Remove, install, and repair aircraft engines, parts, fan blades, engine mounts, and other items as required. Perform accessory inventories and other inspections as needed, and effectively utilize Quantum Control and JETRAXX systems within six months.
Approach work with a “Can-do” spirit and attitude, professionally interact with customers and provide excellent customer service when interfacing with customers in the shop or field. Properly use torque wrenches, calibrated tools, and special tooling as required.
Weekend and holiday work may also be required, must operate borescope equipment efficiently and co-lead a job in the shop or field, and comply with all safety policies, practices, and procedures.
Participate in proactive team efforts to achieve departmental and company goals, and provide leadership to others through example and sharing of knowledge/skill.
MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS
High School Diploma or GED.
FAA Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) Certificate
Two (2) or more years of OEM heavy maintenance turbine experience or as a GES Leasing Maintenance Tech 2.
GE90, CF34, CFM56, LEAP, V2500, PW1000/1500G, PW2000/4000, RB211, and Trent heavy engine experience desired.
Heavy maintenance experience on TAY, SPEY, PW300, JT15, PT6, PW100, and PW200 a plus.
Two (2) or more years of experience with heavy maintenance repairs, AD/SB compliance, engine “C” checks, LRU, and external component R&R, BSI, and inspections on all models.
Intermediate to advanced user of Adobe DC & Microsoft Office Programs (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Read, write, and understand the English language.
Ability to obtain a US Passport.
Class C driver’s license.
Must be able to lift 85 lbs. unassisted.
May be exposed to loud noise.
Able to bend, stoop, kneel and stand for prolonged periods, climb steps, ladders, and/or service stands.
Ability to talk, hear and smell.
Reach/handle items, work with fingers and perceives attributes of object and materials.
May need to work outside as necessary.
Must be enrolled in the DOT-approved random drug and alcohol testing program.
Normal or corrected hearing.
May need to work in hot or cold weather conditions.
Visual acuity must be a minimum of 20/40 corrected and must be able to distinguish color.
** Johnson Service Group (JSG) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. JSG provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, marital status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.