Omni Air International is a private airline providing tailored passenger and government charter services. We’re committed to exceeding expectations, with satisfaction and safety as our measure of success.
We pride ourselves on providing our employees a work experience built on family values. Our employee’s contributions impact the lives of passengers on a daily basis. Our comprehensive benefits package is designed with you in mind. Medical, dental, vision, company paid life insurance, 401K with company match, employee assistance program and more!
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The A&P Mechanic has ETOPS duties as defined in the ETOPS Policies and Procedures Manual (EPPM). Duties shall include, but are not limited to the following:
· Perform routine, non-routine and preventative maintenance in accordance with OAI manuals, manufacturers’ manuals, FAR’s and other established procedures to ensure timely release and continued airworthiness of company aircraft.
· Mechanics will be required to sign for work accomplished including troubleshooting deferred maintenance items, and ensure proper recording of all maintenance tasks on company documents
· Mechanics will perform all tasks assigned by Lead Mechanics, Maintenance Control or higher management
· Properly tag all repairable components including reason for removal
· When exercising authority under RII provisions, Mechanic will be directly responsible to Director of Quality and Engineering
· Attend all training courses as assigned by any supervisor
· Comply with all company rules, regulations, and procedures set forth in company manuals and policies developed by supervisor
· Keep a constant watch for safety, excessive cost of labor duplication, ensure proper and adequate equipment is used, acceptable parts or components are installed and approved hardware or supplies are used
· At stations where a Lead Mechanic is available, coordinate all troubleshooting work requests and part requirements with Lead Mechanic(s), otherwise coordinate with Maintenance Control
· Coordinate with Maintenance Control or Lead Mechanics to meet incoming aircraft, review logbook for discrepancies, and plan any corrective action needed
· The Mechanic will be responsible for keeping the work area clean (including airport ramps) and may be required to maintain or repair company property from time to time
· When onboard company aircraft, Mechanics are representing the Maintenance Department, and thereby dress appropriately and present a professional attitude
· Perform duties significant to the Lower Minimums Maintenance Program (LMP) as specified in GMM Chapter 12
· Maintain an insurable driving record under Omni insurance driving guidelines
· Performs other duties as specified by Director of Maintenance