Shift: Swing (Mon – Fri, 2:30 pm to 11:30 pm, 8-hour shift)
Clay Lacy Aviation has been providing private jet services around the globe since 1968. Taking pride in the pursuit of perfection is at the center of everything that we do. Our most valuable asset is our experienced team. If you are goal-oriented, dedicated, proactive and enjoy a customer-centric culture, we would be delighted to get to know you better.
The selected individual will transition to Swing Shift after an initial training period [2 to 3 weeks on average] which will take place during the Morning Shift.
While in training you will be exposed to Company operational methodologies, team structure, systems, procedures/process and become acclimated to Clay Lacy business practices. During the training period and upon transition to Swing Shift, you will report to the Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor and is responsible for the efficient execution of the work scope and for the maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alterations performed under the authority of the Clay Lacy FAA Certificated Repair Station.
All applicants must submit to pre-employment drug screen and background check.
Experience & Requirements
- A&P Certificate required.
- 3+ years of experience, Corporate/Business Jet experience required. Commercial/Part 121 experience will not be considered as alternatives to Corporate/Business Jet experience.
- Avionics skillset or knowledge a strong plus.
- Comply with all Federal Aviation regulations, company operations manual, operations specifications, standard operating procedures and company policies & procedures.
- Must be able to pass DOT/FAA drug screening, background checks and submit to random drug/alcohol test when required.
Performs maintenance and alteration of articles as directed.
Uses current, applicable technical data.
Adheres to all company and OSHA regulated policies and procedures.
Maintains outstanding attendance record.
Adheres and promotes the Clay Lacy Vision, Mission and Values daily.
Maintain proficiency with tools, techniques and acceptable practices used to perform maintenance and alteration duties.
Documenting all work performed including references to technical data used on work order squawk form and other forms as required.
Documenting all parts and/or equipment removed from or installed on aircraft on the removal and installation forms.
Ensuring material has been properly received prior to installing on aircraft.
Verify material shelf life has not expired prior to use.
Verify calibrated tooling calibration due date and condition prior to use.
Document identified discrepancies on Discrepancy Collection Form.
Do not deviate from technical data unless appropriate approvals are obtained.
Promote an efficient and professional work environment.
Participates in Continuous Improvement projects as directed.
Needs to be available to work different shifts and weekends as requested.
Able to travel away from primary facility for training and work.
Perform other duties as assigned.