The Mechanic has ETOPS duties as defined in the ETOPS Policies and Procedures Manual (EPPM). Duties shall include, but are not limited to the following:
- Perform routine, non-routine and preventative maintenance in accordance with OAI manuals, manufacturers’ manuals, FAR’s and other established procedures to ensure the timely release and continued airworthiness of the company aircraft.
- Mechanics will be required to sign for work accomplished, including troubleshooting as in the case of deferred maintenance items, and ensure proper recording of all maintenance tasks on company documents.
- Mechanics will perform all tasks assigned by Lead Mechanics, Maintenance Control or higher management.
- Properly tag all repairable components including reason for removal.
- When exercising his authority under RII provisions, the Mechanic will be directly responsible to the Director of Quality and Engineering.
- Attend all training courses as assigned by any supervisor.
- Comply with all company rules and regulations procedures set forth in company manuals and policies developed by supervisor.
- Keep a constant watch for safety, excessive cost of labor duplication, proper and adequate equipment is used, acceptable parts or components are installed and approved hardware or supplies are used.
- At stations where a Lead Mechanic is available, coordinate all troubleshooting work requests and part requirements with the Lead Mechanics, otherwise the Mechanic will coordinate with Maintenance Control.
- Coordinate with Maintenance Control or Lead Mechanics to meet incoming aircraft, review logbook for discrepancies and plan corrective action.
- The Mechanic will be responsible for keeping the work area clean (including airport ramps) and may be required to maintain or repair company property from time to time.
- When onboard company aircraft, Mechanics are representing the Maintenance Department. Mechanics will dress appropriately and present a professional attitude.
- Perform duties significant to the Lower Minimums Maintenance Program (LMP) as specified in GMM Chapter 12.
- Maintain an insurable driving record under Omni insurance driving guidelines.
- Must be willing to work 10-12-hour shifts. Schedule includes evenings, weekends and holidays
- Must possess or be able to obtain a valid passport which allows unrestricted travel to all the countries where OAI may fly
- Position may involve some travel
- Regular attendance during regularly scheduled business hours
- High School Diploma or GED
- Valid A&P License
- Minimum of 3years heavy maintenance experience on a B767/777, and avionics.
- Valid state issued drivers’ license with clear MVR with no major moving violations within the past 3 years
- Must be able to pass a 10 year background/criminal/motor vehicle records check and pre-employment drug screen
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