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Maintenance Team Member Featured

Location
Hampton, Georgia
Wage
Hourly
Job ID
AV3925269
Posted
2021-1-14


Maintenance Team Member

The Army Aviation Heritage Foundation and Flying Museum is a unique organization focused on presenting our flying aircraft to the public. Operating the largest civilian fleet of flying U.S. Army aircraft in the United States, the Foundation honors the men and women who have served our country and connects the American public to the rich history of Army Aviation. The Foundation conducts living history ride opportunities, reenactments, and educational presentations. Join us to be a part of an exceptional organization. Learn more at www.armyav.org.

The Foundation operates a variety of retired U.S. Army legacy aircraft, primarily flying Bell helicopter products with a fleet consisting of several UH-1 Huey and AH-1 Cobra aircraft. The incumbent will be responsible for maintaining these aircraft to ensure their serviceability including inspecting aircraft and components to ensure compliance with our standard operating procedures and FAA approved inspection program and maintaining aircraft IAW with both military and civil maintenance/parts manuals. Typical duties include hands on maintenance responsibilities, directing and supervising non-licensed volunteers and employees, traveling with the aircraft to a variety of events, maintaining accurate historical records using automated databases, and performing scheduled aircraft inspections and phase work. Our typical hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday.

Minimum requirements necessary for the role include:

- FAA licensed Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) mechanic in good standing.

- Significant rotary wing A & P experience.

- Huey and/or Cobra experience.

-Solid communication skills and ability to work well with other team members.

Applicants should send resume for review (no phone calls please). Candidates selected for additional steps in the process will be contacted via email.

The Army Aviation Heritage Foundation tells the U.S. Army Aviation Story by hosting and participating in Aircraft and Museum Tours, School Programs, Air Shows and other public events across the country. AAHF acquires, restores and maintains historic vintage flying aircraft representing Army Aviation during Vietnam and the Cold War. Honoring the men and women who have served in the U.S. Military and Army Aviation, our Sky Soldiers along with dedicated volunteers conduct patriotic flying presentations, public helicopter rides, educational presentations and more.



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Maintenance Team Member

Location: Hampton GA 30228

Industry: Aviation
Occupational Category: AP Mechanic
Hours: Full-time, 40 hours per week
Salary: USD 0

Description: Army Aviation Heritage Found seeks a Maintenance Team Member.

Maintenance Team Member

The Army Aviation Heritage Foundation and Flying Museum is a unique organization focused on presenting our flying aircraft to the public. Operating the largest civilian fleet of flying U.S. Army aircraft in the United States, the Foundation honors the men and women who have served our country and connects the American public to the rich history of Army Aviation. The Foundation conducts living history ride opportunities, reenactments, and educational presentations. Join us to be a part of an exceptional organization. Learn more at www.armyav.org.

The Foundation operates a variety of retired U.S. Army legacy aircraft, primarily flying Bell helicopter products with a fleet consisting of several UH-1 Huey and AH-1 Cobra aircraft. The incumbent will be responsible for maintaining these aircraft to ensure their serviceability including inspecting aircraft and components to ensure compliance with our standard operating procedures and FAA approved inspection program and maintaining aircraft IAW with both military and civil maintenance/parts manuals. Typical duties include hands on maintenance responsibilities, directing and supervising non-licensed volunteers and employees, traveling with the aircraft to a variety of events, maintaining accurate historical records using automated databases, and performing scheduled aircraft inspections and phase work. Our typical hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday.

Minimum requirements necessary for the role include:

- FAA licensed Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) mechanic in good standing.

- Significant rotary wing A & P experience.

- Huey and/or Cobra experience.

-Solid communication skills and ability to work well with other team members.

Applicants should send resume for review (no phone calls please). Candidates selected for additional steps in the process will be contacted via email.

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Date Posted: 2021-1-14

Please Apply by: 2021-1-30