Base AMT I
The Base Aviation Maintenance Technician (Base AMT) is responsible for the daily airworthiness and safety of the in-service aircraft; providing additional support to all REACH departments, to ensure safe and efficient high quality patient transport.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
#8226; Conducts daily routine inspections to include aircraft airworthiness checks, aircraft ground support equipment/fuel storage, aircraft parts inventory, and shipping, receiving, repair disposition.
#8226; Conducts unscheduled maintenance in a timely manner for in-service aircraft as necessary, with safety a primary consideration.
#8226; Application of continuous improvement within the maintenance process.
#8226; Acts as support for out base mechanics when parts and additional maintenance resources are required.
#8226; Supports all REACH bases/departments with professionalism.
#8226; Provides input in establishing base maintenance processes and ensures adherence to REACH maintenance processes.
#8226; Interacts on a regular basis with all Shop AMT#8217;s, aircraft maintenance company representatives, FAA, FSDO, REACH Inventory Control Clerks and Specialists.
#8226; Special projects as required.
#8226; Valid FAA Airframe and Powerplant License.
#8226; 3-5 years A&P mechanic experience performing helicopter or fixed-wing maintenance as required.
#8226; Experience working under CFR Parts 135 and 145 mechanic ratings preferred.
#8226; Proficient in maintenance associated with at least one (1) aircraft in the REACH fleet.
#8226; Requires at least two (2) years of experience working on aircraft type in the REACH fleet.
#8226; Must pass REACH Base AMT written and observation tests.
#8226; Basic electrical and electronics knowledge.
#8226; Basic aircraft systems knowledge.
#8226; Basic logistics decision-making skills.
#8226; Basic aircraft maintenance planning skills.
#8226; Works without direct supervision; reports to Senior Base Mechanics. All performed maintenance must be inspected by Senior Base or Lead Shop Mechanic.
#8226; Must be able to read and interpret aircraft maintenance manuals and specifications to determine feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components.
#8226; Valid Drivers License in State where employed and proof of liability insurance.
#8226; Basic computer skills, familiar with Microsoft Windows.
• Safety Oriented: Must maintain and demonstrate safety as a priority. Complies with PPE.
#8226; Accountable: Shows commitment, dedication and dependability in all aspects of the job.
#8226; Adaptable: Effectively copes with an evolving work environment and quickly changes and adjusts own approach and behavior accordingly; adapts to new ideas and initiatives across a wide variety of situations.
#8226; Customer Oriented: Is dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of internal and external customers in a timely, efficient manner.
#8226; Critical Thinking: Able to break down a complex task into manageable parts in a systematic way.
#8226; Composure: Maintains a calm and professional demeanor in all situations; does not become defensive or irritated when under stress; is considered mature.
#8226; Self Improvement: dedicated to improvement of skills.
#8226; Ability to understand and follow written and verbal instructions.
#8226; Ability to perform duties in accordance with the Company Operations Manual, Operation Specifications, Aircraft Inspection Programs, Repair Station Procedures, and Company Protocols.
#8226; Required to carry a cell phone to provide uncontrollable standby on an as-needed basis with a one (1) hour response time.
#8226; This position possesses no supervisory responsibilities.