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General Aviation Mechanic Featured

Location
Sanford, Maine
Wage
Annual Salary
Job ID
AV4358008
Posted
2021-6-13


General Aviation Mechanic:

We are looking for a new or experienced General Aviation Mechanic. Must have own tools, and work occasional over-time and some weekends. Robinson Helicopter and Light Sport with Rotax experience a plus. Responsible to maintain A & P certificate IAW FAA regulations and manufactures procedures. Job includes: servicing, maintaining, repairing, operational testing airframe and engine systems. 50hr and 100hr inspections and routine maintenance on flight school aircraft. Physical ability to stand long periods of time, kneeling, bending and lifting on a daily basis. Must pass DOT pre-employment drug and alcohol testing and random DOT screenings. Background check required. Company benefits include cost share medical, dental and eye care, paid holidays and vacation time. $1,000.00 sign on bonus to be paid after 90 days of employment.

Benefits for Full-Time Employees of Southern Maine Aviation, for 2021:

Hourly Pay or Salary

Flight Pay (If Applicable)

After 90 Days probation eligible for:

Pay Raise based on performance

15% Flight Rental Discount

15% Instructor Dual Discount

Cost Share Health Insurance 75% employer and 25% employee and $500 per year in Health Savings account if selected

Cost Share Dental and Vision 50% employer and 50% employee

40 Hours paid sick time

10 paid holidays with Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day closed

After first year 40 hours paid vacation

After second year 80 hours paid vacation

After five years 120 hours paid vacation

Free ground school classes when conducted as part of a scheduled program, Private, Instrument, Commercial, and Drone

We are a family-oriented fixed base operator (FBO) providing services for light aircraft and helicopters, large corporate aircrafts, including Air Force One! Southern Maine Aviation offers a full range of services, from beginner, advanced and custom tailored flight training, aircraft maintenance and storage, plus corporate arrivals.



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General Aviation Mechanic

Location: Sanford ME

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

Description: Southern Maine Aviation seeks a General Aviation Mechanic.

General Aviation Mechanic:

We are looking for a new or experienced General Aviation Mechanic. Must have own tools, and work occasional over-time and some weekends. Robinson Helicopter and Light Sport with Rotax experience a plus. Responsible to maintain A & P certificate IAW FAA regulations and manufactures procedures. Job includes: servicing, maintaining, repairing, operational testing airframe and engine systems. 50hr and 100hr inspections and routine maintenance on flight school aircraft. Physical ability to stand long periods of time, kneeling, bending and lifting on a daily basis. Must pass DOT pre-employment drug and alcohol testing and random DOT screenings. Background check required. Company benefits include cost share medical, dental and eye care, paid holidays and vacation time. $1,000.00 sign on bonus to be paid after 90 days of employment.

Benefits for Full-Time Employees of Southern Maine Aviation, for 2021:

Hourly Pay or Salary

Flight Pay (If Applicable)

After 90 Days probation eligible for:

Pay Raise based on performance

15% Flight Rental Discount

15% Instructor Dual Discount

Cost Share Health Insurance 75% employer and 25% employee and $500 per year in Health Savings account if selected

Cost Share Dental and Vision 50% employer and 50% employee

40 Hours paid sick time

10 paid holidays with Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day closed

After first year 40 hours paid vacation

After second year 80 hours paid vacation

After five years 120 hours paid vacation

Free ground school classes when conducted as part of a scheduled program, Private, Instrument, Commercial, and Drone

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Date Posted: 2021-6-13

Please Apply by: 2021-6-29