- Valid and current FAA Airframe and Powerplant License (2 years required)
- Previous experience working under CFR Part 135
- USFS/OAS Carded on airframes Bell 212
- 2 years of aircraft maintenance on Bell 212
- 3 months of field experience within the last 5 years
- 18 months helicopter maintenance experience within the last 24 months
- Must own basic aviation toolset
- Must pass a background check and DOT drug test
- Clean driving record
- Prepared to travel within the operational region
- Ability to conduct activities requiring lifting, carrying, pushing, or pulling of burdens, up to 50 pounds on a frequent basis.
- Valid DOT Medical Examiner’s Certificate (preferred) must acquire within 14 days
- Class C CDL with Hazmat and Tanker Endorsements (preferred) must acquire within 90 days
- Manufacturer’s training or equivalent on Bell Helicopter model 212 (preferred)
Employment Status: W2
Base Pay: $42.00 per hour
Group Health & Dental: Employer paid for employee; option for employee to insure family members
Life Insurance: Yes
Retirement Plan: Yes
Paid Time Off: Yes
Out of Town Per Diem: $55.00 per day
Travel and Out of Town Lodging: Company paid and arranged
Overtime: Being willing to work overtime is a requirement. Overtime must be approved.
Schedule: Field and shop work as required. Shop work Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Fieldwork schedule rotations 12/2, 12/12, 14/14 supporting aircraft for powerline work, forest fire contracts, and other contracts assigned throughout the United States, Canada, and other selected sites. The A&P Field Mechanic will be required to work varied shifts and may be required to be available for on-call rotations. Generally, jobs are scheduled in advance, though occasionally, there will be “on-call” rotations.