AP Mechanic Featured
- Ashland, Virginia
- Hourly $25.00
- Job ID
AP Mechanic job at HOVA Flight Services in Ashland VA
Description, duties, responsibilities
Function: Provide aircraft maintenance in accordance with HOVA Flight Services and FAA regulations and procedures.
Reports to: Director of Maintenance
Required Certification: Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic (A&P) license with a minimum of 3 years of experience in general aviation maintenance
Preferred Qualifications: Inspection Authorization (IA) rating
Key Tasks and Responsibilities:
- Perform aircraft maintenance inspections, such as 100-hour and pre-buy inspections
- Assist with annual inspections
- Troubleshoot and fix aircraft squawks
- Perform preventative and general aircraft maintenance
- Follow Company and FAA policies and procedures
- Complete tasks assigned by DOM
- Complete work orders, log entries, and time sheets
- Maintain hangar in a neat and orderly manner
- Take care of company equipment and tools
- Provide parts list to parts manager of needed parts
Occasional overtime and weekend shifts are required.
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HOVA Flight Services Company Overview
Heart Of Virginia Aviation Inc (HOVA) has been a family-owned, full-service, Fixed Based Operator since 1992 with locations in Virginia and Florida. Our principal business has been based at the Hanover County Airport since June 2004. We have FAA approvals for Part 135, Part 141, and Part 145 (limited Repair Station – Avionics); we are the flight training affiliate for Liberty University’s online aviation degree in the Richmond area; we are fully VA-approved for eight courses and we are dealers for most of the major avionics manufacturers including Garmin. We are one of the busiest schools offering multi- engine add-ons in the country attracting customers from everywhere in the US, including places like Alaska, California, Hawaii, Florida, Texas, etc. We specialize in a full range of accelerated courses from Sport Pilot through ATP completion and frequently pick up customers who have been at multiple other flight schools without completion. Our avionics business has been expanding at a rapid rate and we are in the process of adding an additional 15,000 square foot hangar on the east side of the field to expand our offerings to corporate customers. With a brand new terminal planned for completion in the next two years this will open up additional space for the flight school and maintenance. We recently completed a paint shop development at our Winter Haven, Florida location. We try and put ourselves in the shoes of our customers to get the job completed safely, on time, and on budget. Our employees are our strength and come from a wide variety of backgrounds with many of them having served their country with dedication and pride. While growth is important, we never want to lose the personal relationship that, as a small business, we have been able to develop over multiple decades.