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UH-1H/B205 or MD500 Mechanic

ID# : 219 Date posted : May 8, 2006 ; Expire date : Nov 24, 2006 ;
Brief description: Agrotors has immediate openings for UH-1H or MD500 A&P Mechanics. Candidates should have extensive experience and be able to support the aircraft in the field unsupervised. Some travel required. Flexable schedule available. Agrotors offers a competitive compensation package with full company benifits for the right person. Contact Rick Jones via e-mail (rijones@agrotors.com) or fax (717-334-6295) or call 717-334-6777. Agrotors is an EOE.

Title : UH-1H/B205 or MD500 Mechanic

City : Gettysburg

State or Province : PA.

Zip/Postal Code : 17325

Country : United States

Contact Name : Rick Jones

Contact Phone : 717-334-6777

FAX : 717-334-6295

Home Page URL :

Contact Information: Contact Person: Rick Jones
Contact Phone: 717-334-6777
Contact E-mail: rijones@agrotors.com
 


Helicopter A&P Wanted

Posted: 2006-05-08 13:56

Agrotors,Inc. has immediate openings for Helicopter A&P's with either UH-1H/B205 or MD500 experience. Interested candidates should have extensive experience on either model. Some travel required to support aircraft in the field. Agrotors offers a competitive compensation package and full company benefits for the right candidate. Please contact Rick Jones @717-334-6777 or send resume by fax,(717-334-6295) or e-mail,(rijones@agrotors.com).
Agrotors is an EOE.

[ This message was edited by: RJ15902 on 2006-05-08 14:05 ]

 

Line A&P Mechanic (Bell 407)
Location: Frankfort, KY
Last Updated: 05/08/2006

Job Description:

AIRCRAFT = Bell 407

A Line Mechanic is responsible for ensuring program aircraft are maintained to airworthiness standards prescribed by applicable regulations, airworthiness directives, company policies, and good practices.

Qualifications:

Ensures aircraft is maintained in an airworthy condition.

Ensures aircraft, ground support equipment, and work areas are maintained to company standards of cleanliness and appearance.

Ensures all required maintenance manuals and documents are in order.

Coordinates with Field Maintenance Supervisor(s) to ensure timely acquisition of parts and tooling.

Ensures efficient scheduling of field maintenance.

Ensures all maintenance records are accurate and in accordance with applicable FARs and company policies.

Ensures company maintenance records are submitted to the principal business office in a timely manner.

Ensures program parts and supplies inventory is accurate and sufficient.

Ensures accountability for all expendable items.

Ensures all used core parts, unneeded new parts, and support equipment is returned to the proper departments in a timely manner.

Attends monthly company staff meetings.

Attends program meetings.

Assists program marketing efforts.

Performs other duties as assigned by the Aviation Service Manager or Field Maintenance Supervisor

Requirements:

FAA Airframe and Powerplant certificate as prescribed by FAR 65.

High school diploma or GED.

Associates degree preferred.

Must meet recent experience requirement of FAR 65.83.

At least 2 years experience maintaining turbine powered aircraft.

Factory or equivalent training on the assigned make and model aircraft preferred.

Must be knowledgeable of FARs, General Operations Manual, Safety Program, and assigned aircraft maintenance manuals.

Maintain harmonious and cooperative relations with the program members, other company members, patients and guests.

Maintains confidentiality of information deemed confidential.

Communicates effectively with pilot and medical teams.

Effective oral and written communication skills.

Sound judgment and objectivity in decision-making.

This position requires the ability and/or willingness to work days, nights, weekends, scheduled days off, overtime and to be on-call.

Environment:

The assigned work environment may include hospitals and/or airports. The expected environment includes outdoor operations in most all weather condition during all times of the day or night.

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

Apply

05-05-06

Maintenance Instructor

Company: Comair
Location: US-KY-Erlanger
Base Pay: N/A
Employee Type: Full-Time Employee
Industry: Airline - Aviation
Manages Others: no
Job Type: Training
Installation - Maint - Repair
Education
Req'd Education: 2 Year Degree
Req'd Experience: At Least 3 Years
Req'd Travel: Not Specified
Relocation Covered: No
Fax: 859-767-2874


Ref ID: Maintenance Instructor

DESCRIPTION

•Produce written training materials (Training Bulletins, checklist, Memos)
•Plan and prepare classroom course materials.
•Perform classroom and practical instruction
•Maintain training records.
•Coordinate, organize and supervise contracted training.
•Perform other duties as assigned.

REQUIREMENTS
•Associate’s degree or equivalent in Business, Education, Communication, English or other related discipline or equivalent required. Bachelor’s degree preferred
•Proven ability to build presentations and to facilitate training materials required.
•Strong communication (both written and verbal) skills required.
•Must be able to research and recommend effective classroom training solutions targeting multiple audience types and experience levels.

And meet one of the following requirements:

•Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) license or Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) license required. Minimum of 1 to 3 years previous experience working with aircraft systems in two or more of the following areas: Hydraulics, Engines, Flight Controls, Electronics and Navigation.

Or

•Minimum of 3 to 5 years previous experience working with aircraft systems in two or more of the following areas: Hydraulics, Engines, Flight Controls, Electronics and Navigation.

 


Helicopter Mechanic Wanted

Posted: 2006-05-04 08:47

Chesapeake Bay Helicopters, Inc is seeking a full time mechanic to assist in maintaining our helicopters. Should have some rotor wing experience. A&P certificate required. Please send resumes to wilsongilliam@cbhelos.com. I will return reply with additional information.
 

Line A&P Mechanic (EC-135)
Location: Kissimmee, FL
Last Updated: 05/04/2006

Job Description:

AIRCRAFT = EC-135

A Line Mechanic is responsible for ensuring program aircraft are maintained to airworthiness standards prescribed by applicable regulations, airworthiness directives, company policies, and good practices.

Qualifications:

Ensures aircraft is maintained in an airworthy condition.

Ensures aircraft, ground support equipment, and work areas are maintained to company standards of cleanliness and appearance.

Ensures all required maintenance manuals and documents are in order.

Coordinates with Field Maintenance Supervisor(s) to ensure timely acquisition of parts and tooling.

Ensures efficient scheduling of field maintenance.

Ensures all maintenance records are accurate and in accordance with applicable FARs and company policies.

Ensures company maintenance records are submitted to the principal business office in a timely manner.

Ensures program parts and supplies inventory is accurate and sufficient.

Ensures accountability for all expendable items.

Ensures all used core parts, unneeded new parts, and support equipment is returned to the proper departments in a timely manner.

Attends monthly company staff meetings.

Attends program meetings.

Assists program marketing efforts.

Performs other duties as assigned by the Aviation Service Manager or Field Maintenance Supervisor

Requirements:

FAA Airframe and Powerplant certificate as prescribed by FAR 65.

High school diploma or GED.

Associates degree preferred.

Must meet recent experience requirement of FAR 65.83.

At least 2 years experience maintaining turbine powered aircraft.

Factory or equivalent training on the assigned make and model aircraft preferred.

Must be knowledgeable of FARs, General Operations Manual, Safety Program, and assigned aircraft maintenance manuals.

Maintain harmonious and cooperative relations with the program members, other company members, patients and guests.

Maintains confidentiality of information deemed confidential.

Communicates effectively with pilot and medical teams.

Effective oral and written communication skills.

Sound judgment and objectivity in decision-making.

This position requires the ability and/or willingness to work days, nights, weekends, scheduled days off, overtime and to be on-call.

Environment:

The assigned work environment may include hospitals and/or airports. The expected environment includes outdoor operations in most all weather condition during all times of the day or night.


We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

Apply

Line A&P Mechanic (BK-117)
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Last Updated: 05/04/2006

Job Description:

AIRCRAFT = BK-117

A Line Mechanic is responsible for ensuring program aircraft are maintained to airworthiness standards prescribed by applicable regulations, airworthiness directives, company policies, and good practices.

Qualifications:

Ensures aircraft is maintained in an airworthy condition.

Ensures aircraft, ground support equipment, and work areas are maintained to company standards of cleanliness and appearance.

Ensures all required maintenance manuals and documents are in order.

Coordinates with Field Maintenance Supervisor(s) to ensure timely acquisition of parts and tooling.

Ensures efficient scheduling of field maintenance.

Ensures all maintenance records are accurate and in accordance with applicable FARs and company policies.

Ensures company maintenance records are submitted to the principal business office in a timely manner.

Ensures program parts and supplies inventory is accurate and sufficient.

Ensures accountability for all expendable items.

Ensures all used core parts, unneeded new parts, and support equipment is returned to the proper departments in a timely manner.

Attends monthly company staff meetings.

Attends program meetings.

Assists program marketing efforts.

Performs other duties as assigned by the Aviation Service Manager or Field Maintenance Supervisor




Requirements:




FAA Airframe and Powerplant certificate as prescribed by FAR 65.

High school diploma or GED.

Associates degree preferred.

Must meet recent experience requirement of FAR 65.83.

At least 2 years experience maintaining turbine powered aircraft.

Factory or equivalent training on the assigned make and model aircraft preferred.

Must be knowledgeable of FARs, General Operations Manual, Safety Program, and assigned aircraft maintenance manuals.

Maintain harmonious and cooperative relations with the program members, other company members, patients and guests.

Maintains confidentiality of information deemed confidential.

Communicates effectively with pilot and medical teams.

Effective oral and written communication skills.

Sound judgment and objectivity in decision-making.

This position requires the ability and/or willingness to work days, nights, weekends, scheduled days off, overtime and to be on-call.

Environment:

The assigned work environment may include hospitals and/or airports. The expected environment includes outdoor operations in most all weather condition during all times of the day or night.


We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

Apply

05-02-06

A & P Mechanic Galveston TX
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Galveston, TX

Job Description:

I. JOB PURPOSE

Evergreen Helicopters International, Inc. has field mechanic positions available at our Galveston, TX base and throughout the Gulf of Mexico. We are seeking people to maintain the B-206, B212, B412, and A-Star helicopters for field maintenance. Minimum 3 years recent field experience and A&P License.

II. WORKING CONDITIONS

Physical Demands: Requires sitting, standing and walking for extended periods of time. Requires frequent bending or stooping. Requires occasional climbing, reaching above shoulder level, crouching, squatting, kneeling, and balancing. Requires frequent lifting and carrying weight up to 35 pounds and occasional pushing or pulling weight up to or over 100 pounds. Requires repetitive foot movement. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity. Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range.


Work Location: Various locations on and off-shore within the GOM

Protective Equipment Required: Ear protection, gloves.

Potential Hazards: Exposure to high intensity noise levels, extreme changes in temperature, materials identified on Material Safety Data Sheets, desert wildlife and insects, working around moving machinery.

Certificates/Licenses: Current valid drivers license with clear driving record for past three years required.

Duties not listed within the position description may be required of the employee at the discretion of the department management. Job functions may vary due to irregular working conditions or multiple shift positions.

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
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UH-1N Helicopter Mechanic needed
Company: Aerotek Aviation
Location: Melbourne, Florida
Category: Aviation Jobs
Rate: 22.40 per Hour
Job Type: Contract
Posting ID: 866106
Posting Date: 5/2/2006

UH-1N Helicopter Mechanic needed Job Description:
Military subcontractor located in Melbourne, Fl. currently has a month (60 days) contract for a rotary wing mechanic with an Airframe and Powerplant license.

Candidates will be performing phase inspection and maintenance on UH-1N helicopters. Applicants must have a minimum of 3 years experience with UH-1N or UH-1H helicopters.

This is a 30 day contract with the possibility of the contract been extended.

$22.04/hr. + $2.81/hr for fringe benefits (applicable for the first 40 hours a week) + $200.00 week for hotel accommodations for candidates outside the Melbourne area.

Applicants must have his/her tools shadowed and engraved.

Required Skills for UH-1N Helicopter Mechanic needed Job:
HELICOPTER
UH-1N
About Aerotek Aviation:
Join Aerotek Aviation, LLCSM. We specialize in placing mechanics, technicians, engineering field support and specialized personnel in the aviation industry. Our rapid growth means we are constantly seeking employees nationwide. We offer comprehensive benefits to include medical, dental, optical, and optional 401k. Don't put your career in the hands of just anyone, put it in the hands of a specialist. Join the Aerotek Aviation team! EOE

Contact Information
Malines,Kenneth
kmalines@aerotek.com
Aerotek Aviation - Orlando, FL
3660 Maguire Blvd.
Suite 107
Orlando, FL 32803
(321) 354-1040
(888) 455-1329
FAX: (321) 354-1081
 

A&P Mechanic (Entry Level - Senior Level)
Company: Aerotek Aviation
Location: Manassas, Virginia
Category: Aviation Jobs
Rate: $17.00 - $22.00 per Hour
Job Type: Contract-to-Hire
Posting ID: 866215
Posting Date: 5/2/2006

A&P Mechanic (Entry Level - Senior Level Job Description:
A&P mechanic(s) wanted for immediate employment at the Manassas Regional Airport working with Regional Airline. Specifically, candidates will be working on Saab 340 & Beech 1900 aircraft and will be responsible for performing maintenance ranging from line checks to heavy repairs.

This is a 3 month CONTRACT-TO-HIRE opening with the opportunity for long term work at a fast growing airline.

The ideal candidate is one who has a minimum of 2 years recent aircraft experience and has familiarity with the aircraft mentioned. However, significant experience will suffice as well.

Pay for this position is ranging from $17.00 - $22.00 / hour with per diem, overtime, and benefits available.

Interested applicants should send email (edharhai@aerotek.com) or fax (703-818-2050) resumes to Eddie Harhai (Phone: 1-800-528-0490).

Required Skills for A&P Mechanic (Entry Level - Senior Level Job:
A&P LICENSE
2+ YEARS AIRCRAFT MX EXPERIENCE
About Aerotek Aviation:
Join Aerotek Aviation, LLCSM. We specialize in placing mechanics, technicians, engineering field support and specialized personnel in the aviation industry. Our rapid growth means we are constantly seeking employees nationwide. We offer comprehensive benefits to include medical, dental, optical, and optional 401k. Don't put your career in the hands of just anyone, put it in the hands of a specialist. Join the Aerotek Aviation team! EOE

Contact Information
Harhai Jr.,Edward C
edharhai@aerotek.com
Aerotek Aviation - Fairfax, VA
12700 Fair Lakes Circle
Suite 170
Fairfax, VA 22033
(703) 818-2025
(800) 528-0490
FAX: (703) 818-2050
 

A&P Mechanic (Lexington Park, MD)
Company: Aerotek Aviation
Location: Lexington Park, Maryland
Category: Aviation Jobs
Rate: $22.00 - $25.00 / hour per Hour
Job Type: Contract-to-Hire
Posting ID: 866247
Posting Date: 5/2/2006

A&P Mechanic (Lexington Park, MD) Job Description:
Aerotek is currently seeking a qualified A&P mechanic for immediate work with DoD company located at NAS Pax River in Lexington Park, MD.

Candidates will be supporting a national program where they will be responsible for the up-keep, maintenance, and basic modifications to C-12 / King Air aircraft.

In order to qualify, one must possess a valid A&P license, the ability to obtain a clearance (current active clearance a plus), and a minimum of 5 years experience performing A&P work.

The ideal candidate is one who has the specific hands-on experience on the C-12 but will consider people with other aircraft exposure.

Pay for this position is anywhere from $22.00 - $25.00 / hour and includes overtime as well as full comprehensive benefits (benefits paid for).

If you are interested in this position please contact Eddie Harhai at 1-800-528-0490 or edharhai@aerotek.com.

Required Skills for A&P Mechanic (Lexington Park, MD) Job:
A&P LICENSE
C-12 FAMILIARITY
5 + YEARS AIRCRAFT MX EXPERIENCE
About Aerotek Aviation:
Join Aerotek Aviation, LLCSM. We specialize in placing mechanics, technicians, engineering field support and specialized personnel in the aviation industry. Our rapid growth means we are constantly seeking employees nationwide. We offer comprehensive benefits to include medical, dental, optical, and optional 401k. Don't put your career in the hands of just anyone, put it in the hands of a specialist. Join the Aerotek Aviation team! EOE

Contact Information
Harhai Jr.,Edward C
edharhai@aerotek.com
Aerotek Aviation - Fairfax, VA
12700 Fair Lakes Circle
Suite 170
Fairfax, VA 22033
(703) 818-2025
(800) 528-0490
FAX: (703) 818-2050
 

A&P Mechanic (NAS Willow Grove, PA)
Company: Aerotek Aviation
Location: West Willow, Pennsylvania
Category: Aviation Jobs
Rate: $22.00 - $25.00 / hour per Hour
Job Type: Contract
Posting ID: 866259
Posting Date: 5/2/2006

A&P Mechanic (NAS Willow Grove, PA) Job Description:
A&P Mechanic wanted for immediate employment with international aviation / DoD company located out of NAS Willow Grove in Pennsylvania.

Candidates will be performing maintenance on C-12 aircraft and will be responsible for both line & some heavy maintenance. Specifically, one will be responsible for maintaining this fleet on both a local and national level.

Qualified candidates must possess a valid A&P license as well as a minimum of 4 years aircraft maintenance experience. Prior experience on turboprop & corporate aircraft is a plus.

Pay for this position is from $22.00 - $25.00 / hour.

If you are interested in this position, please contact Eddie Harhai at 1-800-528-0490 or edharhai@aerotek.com.

Required Skills for A&P Mechanic (NAS Willow Grove, PA) Job:
A&P LICENSE
C-12 / KING AIR EXPERIENCE
About Aerotek Aviation:
Join Aerotek Aviation, LLCSM. We specialize in placing mechanics, technicians, engineering field support and specialized personnel in the aviation industry. Our rapid growth means we are constantly seeking employees nationwide. We offer comprehensive benefits to include medical, dental, optical, and optional 401k. Don't put your career in the hands of just anyone, put it in the hands of a specialist. Join the Aerotek Aviation team! EOE

Contact Information
Harhai Jr.,Edward C
edharhai@aerotek.com
Aerotek Aviation - Fairfax, VA
12700 Fair Lakes Circle
Suite 170
Fairfax, VA 22033
(703) 818-2025
(800) 528-0490
FAX: (703) 818-2050
 

05-02-06

Location: Tampa, FL

Program: AeroMed 1

Aircraft:BK117

# positions:1

Description:
The Site Mechanic is responsible for repairs and scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on the aircraft. We require at least 24 months civil rotor wing experience, preferably on a BK117 or related aircraft. We will train the right candidate with solid experience in helicopters. The Site Mechanic is on call 24/7 and must live within a reasonable drive time to the base. This position reports to the Regional Maintenance Manager and Site Manager.

Apply


05-02-06

Location: Leghighton, PA

Program: PennStar 5

Aircraft:BK117/EC135/A109

# positions:1

Description:
The Site Mechanic is responsible for repairs and scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on the aircraft. We require at least 24 months civil rotor wing experience. We will train the right candidate with solid experience in helicopters. The Site Mechanic is on call 24/7 and must live within a reasonable drive time to the base. This position reports to the Lead Mechanic and/or Site Manager.

Apply


05-02-06

Location: Evergreen, AL

Program: Baptist Hospital Life

Aircraft:BK117/EC135

# positions:1

Description:
The Site Mechanic is responsible for repairs and scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on the BK 117 and/or EC135 helicopter. We require at least 24 months civil rotor wing experience, preferably on a related aircraft. We will train the right candidate with solid experience in helicopters. The Site Mechanic is on call 24/7 and must live within a reasonable drive time to the base. This position reports to the Site Manager.


Apply


05-02-06

Location: Durham, NC

Program: Duke Life Flight

Aircraft:A109E/Agusta Power

# positions:1

Description:
The Site Mechanic is responsible for repairs and scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on the aircraft. We require at least 24 months civil rotor wing experience, preferably on an Agusta Power or related aircraft. We will train the right candidate with solid experience in helicopters. The Site Mechanic is on call 24/7 and must live within a reasonable drive time to the base. This position reports to the Lead Mechanic.

Apply


05-02-06

Location: Chapel Hill, NC

Program: UNC AirCare

Aircraft:BK117

# positions:1

Description:
The Site Mechanic is responsible for repairs and scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on the BK117 helicopter. We require at least 24 months civil rotor wing experience, preferably on a BK117 or related aircraft. We will train the right candidate with solid experience in helicopters. The Site Mechanic is on call 24/7 and must live within a reasonable drive time to the base. This position reports to the Lead Mechanic.

Apply


05-02-06

Location: Boise, ID

Program: Life Flight

Aircraft:EC135

# positions:1

Description:
The Site Mechanic is responsible for repairs and scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on the EC135 helicopter. We require at least 24 months civil rotor wing experience, preferably on an EC135 or related aircraft. We will train the right candidate with solid experience in helicopters. The Site Mechanic is on call 24/7 and must live within a reasonable drive time to the base. This position reports to the Lead Mechanic.

Apply


05-02-06

Fixed Wing Maintenance

Position: Fixed Wing Aircraft Maintenance Technician

Location:

Allegheny County Airport
West Mifflin, PA

Reports to: Director of Aviation Services

# positions: 1

Description:
The fixed wing maintenance technician works in a team environment, participating in repairs, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on CJ Systems Aviation Group’s fixed wing fleet.
Requirements:
• A & P license
• Minimum five (5) years experience with the Learjet 35/55/60 series and King Air 100/200 series
• Heavy electrical troubleshooting skills and experience
• Willingness to participate in a 24/7 on-call rotation. Each technician is on call one week every four weeks.
• Ninety (90)-day probation period
• Must be willing to work overtime if needed without notice

Apply


Turner Group Services, Inc. DATE: May 1, 2006
POSITION: Full time Mechanics Lear, Citation, King-Air, PC-12 Experience
DESCRIPTION: Full time A&P Mechanics needed for various locations in the United States.
Must have experience in Lear, Citation, King-Air, and PC-12. If you have experience in
any of these, please email your resume to eturner@turnergroupsrvs.com

Line A&P Mechanic - Bell 407
Location: Mt. Sterling, KY
Last Updated: 04/27/2006

Job Description:

AIRCRAFT = Bell 407

A Line Mechanic is responsible for ensuring program aircraft are maintained to airworthiness standards prescribed by applicable regulations, airworthiness directives, company policies, and good practices.

Qualifications:

Ensures aircraft is maintained in an airworthy condition.

Ensures aircraft, ground support equipment, and work areas are maintained to company standards of cleanliness and appearance.

Ensures all required maintenance manuals and documents are in order.

Coordinates with Field Maintenance Supervisor(s) to ensure timely acquisition of parts and tooling.

Ensures efficient scheduling of field maintenance.

Ensures all maintenance records are accurate and in accordance with applicable FARs and company policies.

Ensures company maintenance records are submitted to the principal business office in a timely manner.

Ensures program parts and supplies inventory is accurate and sufficient.

Ensures accountability for all expendable items.

Ensures all used core parts, unneeded new parts, and support equipment is returned to the proper departments in a timely manner.

Attends monthly company staff meetings.

Attends program meetings.

Assists program marketing efforts.

Performs other duties as assigned by the Aviation Service Manager or Field Maintenance Supervisor

Requirements:

FAA Airframe and Powerplant certificate as prescribed by FAR 65.

High school diploma or GED.

Associates degree preferred.

Must meet recent experience requirement of FAR 65.83.

At least 2 years experience maintaining turbine powered aircraft.

Factory or equivalent training on the assigned make and model aircraft preferred.

Must be knowledgeable of FARs, General Operations Manual, Safety Program, and assigned aircraft maintenance manuals.

Maintain harmonious and cooperative relations with the program members, other company members, patients and guests.

Maintains confidentiality of information deemed confidential.

Communicates effectively with pilot and medical teams.

Effective oral and written communication skills.

Sound judgment and objectivity in decision-making.

This position requires the ability and/or willingness to work days, nights, weekends, scheduled days off, overtime and to be on-call.

Environment:

The assigned work environment may include hospitals and/or airports. The expected environment includes outdoor operations in most all weather condition during all times of the day or night.

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

Apply

Lead A&P Mechanic (AS-350)
Location: Bluefield, WV
Last Updated: 04/27/2006

Job Description:

Job Duties:

Inspects and repairs aircraft parts, components, and systems.

Performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on aircraft, aircraft systems and parts for base operations.

Acts as a technical lead to other base mechanics.

Repairs and performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of base aircraft.

Performs inspections of completed work, aircraft systems, and parts based on aircraft schedule.

Updates and maintains maintenance manuals, service bulletins, parts books and regulatory updates, and other technical directives.

Coordinates ordering, shipping, receiving of parts, supplies, tools, and warranty claims parts with corporate offices or directly with vendors and manufacturers.

Cleans and maintains interior and exterior of aircraft.

Coordinates aircraft maintenance schedules with Area Manager and base schedules.

Performs lead functions and acts as a technical resource for other base mechanics.

Maintains upkeep of work area, materials and tools.

Prepares and maintains documentation related to work activities in accordance with regulations.

Performs similar duties on an on-call basis.

Performs other duties as required.


Requirements:



Completion of two years of trade or vocational school.

A&P Certificate.

Inspection Authorization is highly desirable.

Manufacturers training on company specific aircraft desirable.

Five years experience in positions similar or related to this job.

Ability to apply regulatory and technical information to various situations.

Ability to read and understand technical and regulatory terminology and compose and verbalize the same.

Ability to analyze and troubleshoot technical/inspection issues and provide guidance and resolution of problems.

Ability to apply mathematical and analytical skills to work activities.

Ability to conduct activities requiring lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling burdens up to 100 lbs. on a frequent basis.
Ability to conduct activities requiring climbing, stooping, kneeling/bending, twisting and reaching on a daily basis.

Ability to see small or obscured objects and characters and ability to work in dimly lighted areas.


Equipment and Environment:



Hand and power tools and measurement instruments.

Operates hoists, trucks and tractors.

Duties are performed in either indoor or outdoor environments.

Work is performed in or near aircraft and/or an aircraft hangar environment on a daily basis where the incumbent may be exposed to loud aircraft noise, fumes, gases, odors, dust particles, and mechanical and electrical hazards.

Must be present at work site to complete job.

This position requires the ability and/or willingness to work days, nights, weekends, scheduled days off, overtime and to be on-call.


We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
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Line A&P Mechanic (EC-135)
Location: Ft. Walton Beach, FL
Last Updated: 04/17/2006

Job Description:

AIRCRAFT = EC-135

A Line Mechanic is responsible for ensuring program aircraft are maintained to airworthiness standards prescribed by applicable regulations, airworthiness directives, company policies, and good practices.

Qualifications:

Ensures aircraft is maintained in an airworthy condition.

Ensures aircraft, ground support equipment, and work areas are maintained to company standards of cleanliness and appearance.

Ensures all required maintenance manuals and documents are in order.

Coordinates with Field Maintenance Supervisor(s) to ensure timely acquisition of parts and tooling.

Ensures efficient scheduling of field maintenance.

Ensures all maintenance records are accurate and in accordance with applicable FARs and company policies.

Ensures company maintenance records are submitted to the principal business office in a timely manner.

Ensures program parts and supplies inventory is accurate and sufficient.

Ensures accountability for all expendable items.

Ensures all used core parts, unneeded new parts, and support equipment is returned to the proper departments in a timely manner.

Attends monthly company staff meetings.

Attends program meetings.

Assists program marketing efforts.

Performs other duties as assigned by the Aviation Service Manager or Field Maintenance Supervisor

Requirements:

FAA Airframe and Powerplant certificate as prescribed by FAR 65.

High school diploma or GED.

Associates degree preferred.

Must meet recent experience requirement of FAR 65.83.

At least 2 years experience maintaining turbine powered aircraft.

Factory or equivalent training on the assigned make and model aircraft preferred.

Must be knowledgeable of FARs, General Operations Manual, Safety Program, and assigned aircraft maintenance manuals.

Maintain harmonious and cooperative relations with the program members, other company members, patients and guests.

Maintains confidentiality of information deemed confidential.

Communicates effectively with pilot and medical teams.

Effective oral and written communication skills.

Sound judgment and objectivity in decision-making.

This position requires the ability and/or willingness to work days, nights, weekends, scheduled days off, overtime and to be on-call.

Environment:

The assigned work environment may include hospitals and/or airports. The expected environment includes outdoor operations in most all weather condition during all times of the day or night.

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

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Line A&P Mechanic (EC-135)
Location: Charleston, WV
Last Updated: 04/14/2006

Job Description:

AIRCRAFT = EC-135

A Line Mechanic is responsible for ensuring program aircraft are maintained to airworthiness standards prescribed by applicable regulations, airworthiness directives, company policies, and good practices.

Qualifications:

Ensures aircraft is maintained in an airworthy condition.

Ensures aircraft, ground support equipment, and work areas are maintained to company standards of cleanliness and appearance.

Ensures all required maintenance manuals and documents are in order.

Coordinates with Field Maintenance Supervisor(s) to ensure timely acquisition of parts and tooling.

Ensures efficient scheduling of field maintenance.

Ensures all maintenance records are accurate and in accordance with applicable FARs and company policies.

Ensures company maintenance records are submitted to the principal business office in a timely manner.

Ensures program parts and supplies inventory is accurate and sufficient.

Ensures accountability for all expendable items.

Ensures all used core parts, unneeded new parts, and support equipment is returned to the proper departments in a timely manner.

Attends monthly company staff meetings.

Attends program meetings.

Assists program marketing efforts.

Performs other duties as assigned by the Aviation Service Manager or Field Maintenance Supervisor

Requirements:

FAA Airframe and Powerplant certificate as prescribed by FAR 65.

High school diploma or GED.

Associates degree preferred.

Must meet recent experience requirement of FAR 65.83.

At least 2 years experience maintaining turbine powered aircraft.

Factory or equivalent training on the assigned make and model aircraft preferred.

Must be knowledgeable of FARs, General Operations Manual, Safety Program, and assigned aircraft maintenance manuals.

Maintain harmonious and cooperative relations with the program members, other company members, patients and guests.

Maintains confidentiality of information deemed confidential.

Communicates effectively with pilot and medical teams.

Effective oral and written communication skills.

Sound judgment and objectivity in decision-making.

This position requires the ability and/or willingness to work days, nights, weekends, scheduled days off, overtime and to be on-call.

Environment:

The assigned work environment may include hospitals and/or airports. The expected environment includes outdoor operations in most all weather condition during all times of the day or night.

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

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Line A&P Mechanic (AS-350)
Location: Westminster, CO
Last Updated: 04/14/2006

Job Description:

AIRCRAFT = AS-350

A Line Mechanic is responsible for ensuring program aircraft are maintained to airworthiness standards prescribed by applicable regulations, airworthiness directives, company policies, and good practices.

Qualifications:

Ensures aircraft is maintained in an airworthy condition.

Ensures aircraft, ground support equipment, and work areas are maintained to company standards of cleanliness and appearance.

Ensures all required maintenance manuals and documents are in order.

Coordinates with Field Maintenance Supervisor(s) to ensure timely acquisition of parts and tooling.

Ensures efficient scheduling of field maintenance.

Ensures all maintenance records are accurate and in accordance with applicable FARs and company policies.

Ensures company maintenance records are submitted to the principal business office in a timely manner.

Ensures program parts and supplies inventory is accurate and sufficient.

Ensures accountability for all expendable items.

Ensures all used core parts, unneeded new parts, and support equipment is returned to the proper departments in a timely manner.

Attends monthly company staff meetings.

Attends program meetings.

Assists program marketing efforts.

Performs other duties as assigned by the Aviation Service Manager or Field Maintenance Supervisor

Requirements:

FAA Airframe and Powerplant certificate as prescribed by FAR 65.

High school diploma or GED.

Associates degree preferred.

Must meet recent experience requirement of FAR 65.83.

At least 2 years experience maintaining turbine powered aircraft.

Factory or equivalent training on the assigned make and model aircraft preferred.

Must be knowledgeable of FARs, General Operations Manual, Safety Program, and assigned aircraft maintenance manuals.

Maintain harmonious and cooperative relations with the program members, other company members, patients and guests.

Maintains confidentiality of information deemed confidential.

Communicates effectively with pilot and medical teams.

Effective oral and written communication skills.

Sound judgment and objectivity in decision-making.

This position requires the ability and/or willingness to work days, nights, weekends, scheduled days off, overtime and to be on-call.

Environment:

The assigned work environment may include hospitals and/or airports. The expected environment includes outdoor operations in most all weather condition during all times of the day or night.

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

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State of New York Roving Mechanic
Location: New York, NY
Last Updated: 04/13/2006

Job Description:

The Mechanic for this position will be responsible for providing Relief Maintenance for our Stand Alone Air Medical Bases in the state of New York.

Primarily responsible for the maintenance relief coverage of mechanics at assigned bases.

Perform maintenance on company aircraft (helicopter) as required.

Ensure compliance with FAA regulations, manufacturer’s recommendations, and Air Methods’ standards.

Provide maintenance support at any of our field base locations for relief, training, vacation, sick leave, roving aircraft and heavy maintenance.


Requirements:

Two years of turbine powered helicopter maintenance experience.

A&P license.

Prefer 5 years of field maintenance experience.

Tools appropriate for the job, to include multi-meters and a torque wrench up to 200-ft. lbs.

Troubleshooting experience.

Exceptional written and oral communication and interpersonal skills.

Must be computer literate.

Ability to work overtime, days, nights, weekends and be on-call.

Extensive travel to job sights.

Residence within 30 minutes of assigned bases.

Valid, unrestricted driver license.

Good credit.

Environment:

Flight-line and heavy maintenance done at various locations in all types of weather.

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

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Roving Mechanic
Location: Miami, FL
Last Updated: 04/14/2006

Job Description:

This is a roving relief A&P mechanic position. The primary aircraft of responsibility will be a Bell 430. Desired candidate will be based in Miami/South Florida region but will be responsible for providing relief maintenance nationwide. It is not imperative the candidate live in South Florida but desired. The schedule is 20 days on and 10 days off.

Candidate MUST have previous rotor wing maintenance experience.

Job Duties:
• Primary responsibility is maintenance of company aircraft (approximately twenty days per month).
• Perform maintenance on company aircraft as required.
• Ensure compliance with FAA regulations, manufacture’s recommendations, and Air Methods standards.
• Maintenance support provided at any of our field base locations for relief, training, vacation, sick-leave, other roving aircraft and heavy maintenance.
• Extensive nationwide travel.

Requirements:
• A&P license.
• At least 2 years of turbine powered helicopter maintenance experience (more preferred.)
• Factory airframe training.
• Candidates residing in, or willing to relocate to, one of Air Methods multi-aircraft base locations with a major airport hub will be given preference.
• Tools appropriate for the job, to include a multi-meters and a torque wrench up to 200-ft. lbs.
• Advanced electrical troubleshooting skills.
• Refined vibration-balancing skills.
• Exceptional written and oral communication skills.
• Excellent interpersonal skills.
• Will to work 20 days on/10 days off.
• Extensive travel to job sites.
• Willing to be “on-call”.
• Desire to be part of a team.
• Prefer 5 years turbine-powered rotorcraft maintenance experience.

Environment:
• Flightline and heavy maintenance done at numerous locations in all types of weather.

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Lead A&P Mechanic (Bell 222)
Location: Duluth, MN
Last Updated: 04/14/2006

Job Description:

Job Duties:

Inspects and repairs aircraft parts, components, and systems.

Performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on aircraft, aircraft systems and parts for base operations.

Acts as a technical lead to other base mechanics.

Repairs and performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of base aircraft.

Performs inspections of completed work, aircraft systems, and parts based on aircraft schedule.

Updates and maintains maintenance manuals, service bulletins, parts books and regulatory updates, and other technical directives.

Coordinates ordering, shipping, receiving of parts, supplies, tools, and warranty claims parts with corporate offices or directly with vendors and manufacturers.

Cleans and maintains interior and exterior of aircraft.

Coordinates aircraft maintenance schedules with Area Manager and base schedules.

Performs lead functions and acts as a technical resource for other base mechanics.

Maintains upkeep of work area, materials and tools.

Prepares and maintains documentation related to work activities in accordance with regulations.

Performs similar duties on an on-call basis.

Performs other duties as required.

Requirements:

Completion of two years of trade or vocational school.

A&P Certificate.

Inspection Authorization is highly desirable.

Manufacturers training on company specific aircraft desirable.

Five years experience in positions similar or related to this job.

Ability to apply regulatory and technical information to various situations.

Ability to read and understand technical and regulatory terminology and compose and verbalize the same.

Ability to analyze and troubleshoot technical/inspection issues and provide guidance and resolution of problems.

Ability to apply mathematical and analytical skills to work activities.

Ability to conduct activities requiring lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling burdens up to 100 lbs. on a frequent basis.
Ability to conduct activities requiring climbing, stooping, kneeling/bending, twisting and reaching on a daily basis.

Ability to see small or obscured objects and characters and ability to work in dimly lighted areas.

Equipment and Environment:

Hand and power tools and measurement instruments.

Operates hoists, trucks and tractors.

Duties are performed in either indoor or outdoor environments.

Work is performed in or near aircraft and/or an aircraft hangar environment on a daily basis where the incumbent may be exposed to loud aircraft noise, fumes, gases, odors, dust particles, and mechanical and electrical hazards.

Must be present at work site to complete job.

This position requires the ability and/or willingness to work days, nights, weekends, scheduled days off, overtime and to be on-call.

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

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Line A&P Mechanic (EC-135/AS-350)
Location: Modesto, CA
Last Updated: 04/13/2006

Job Description:

AIRCRAFT = EC-135/AS-350

A Line Mechanic is responsible for ensuring program aircraft are maintained to airworthiness standards prescribed by applicable regulations, airworthiness directives, company policies, and good practices.

Qualifications:

Ensures aircraft is maintained in an airworthy condition.

Ensures aircraft, ground support equipment, and work areas are maintained to company standards of cleanliness and appearance.

Ensures all required maintenance manuals and documents are in order.

Coordinates with Field Maintenance Supervisor(s) to ensure timely acquisition of parts and tooling.

Ensures efficient scheduling of field maintenance.

Ensures all maintenance records are accurate and in accordance with applicable FARs and company policies.

Ensures company maintenance records are submitted to the principal business office in a timely manner.

Ensures program parts and supplies inventory is accurate and sufficient.

Ensures accountability for all expendable items.

Ensures all used core parts, unneeded new parts, and support equipment is returned to the proper departments in a timely manner.

Attends monthly company staff meetings.

Attends program meetings.

Assists program marketing efforts.

Performs other duties as assigned by the Aviation Service Manager or Field Maintenance Supervisor

Requirements:

FAA Airframe and Powerplant certificate as prescribed by FAR 65.

High school diploma or GED.

Associates degree preferred.

Must meet recent experience requirement of FAR 65.83.

At least 2 years experience maintaining turbine powered aircraft.

Factory or equivalent training on the assigned make and model aircraft preferred.

Must be knowledgeable of FARs, General Operations Manual, Safety Program, and assigned aircraft maintenance manuals.

Maintain harmonious and cooperative relations with the program members, other company members, patients and guests.

Maintains confidentiality of information deemed confidential.

Communicates effectively with pilot and medical teams.

Effective oral and written communication skills.

Sound judgment and objectivity in decision-making.

This position requires the ability and/or willingness to work days, nights, weekends, scheduled days off, overtime and to be on-call.

Environment:

The assigned work environment may include hospitals and/or airports. The expected environment includes outdoor operations in most all weather condition during all times of the day or night.


We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

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04-12-06

Helicopter Support (Middle East)

Location: US-TX-Fort Worth
Base Pay: N/A
Employee Type: Full-Time Employee
Industry: Airline - Aviation
Manages Others: no
Job Type: Government
Req'd Education: Not Specified
Req'd Experience: Not Specified
Req'd Travel: Not Specified
Relocation Covered: No

Contact: Larry Dobbs Phone: 817-224-1421
Email: Send Email Now Fax: 775-206-5576

DESCRIPTION

DynCorp International, LLC has an excellent job opportunity for the following positions:

Position Aircraft
Pilots - MD-500/MD530/UH1
Co-Pilots - MD-500/MD-530/UH-1
* PSS/Door Gunners - MD-530/MD530
Lead Aviation Mechanics - MD-500/MD-530/UH-1
Aviation Mechanic/Crew Chief - MD-500/MD-530/UH-1

Program Information
Length of Contract: 12 Months
Work Location: Iraq
Medical: Yes
Living Quarters: Provided
Dining: Provided
Laundry, CCTV, etc: Provided
Work Week: 6 work days 12 hours shifts
Vacation: Yes
Security Clearance: Yes
School: Yes, Prior to mobilization

REQUIREMENTS
Job Descriptions

I. Pilot/Co-Pilot (PILOT):
Operate aircraft, as pilot or co-pilot, in support of a PRS detail(s).

Responsibilities:
• Plan and carry out those duties assigned to him/her by the PM
• Prepare flight plans in support of assigned missions
• Maintain active and accurate flight records

Qualifications:
• U.S. Citizen
• Level 3 English proficiency
• A commercial pilot, rotorcraft-helicopter instrument rating
• A current medical certificate
• Total of 3,500 hours of flight time, with at least 500 hours using night vision goggles
• Served either in a high-risk environment or a U.S. military combat tour

II. PSS/Door Gunner (DG):
Protective security functions as specified in daily post and detail orders.

Responsibilities:
• Operate the helicopter’s door gun
• Perform as delineated in paragraph 2.5b


III. Aircrew Member (ACM):
Coordinate activities in cargo/personnel compartments of aircraft.

Responsibilities:
• Supervise loading and unloading of cargo/personnel
• Ensure proper arrangement of cargo/personnel within the aircraft
• Otherwise assist pilot/co-pilot in operational functions

Qualifications:
• U.S. Citizen
• Level 2 English proficiency
• 3 years of Military Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) experience as an aircrew member

IV. Lead Aviation Mechanic (LAM):
Day-to-day management of aircraft maintenance.

Responsibilities:
Supervises aviation mechanics in the following:
• Maintain the helicopter
• Maintain aircraft records
• Ensure that scheduled maintenance is performed on time
• Order required spare parts

Qualifications:
• U.S. Citizen
• Level 3 English proficiency
• An Airframe and Power (A&P) license, with turbine aircraft experience

V. Aviation Mechanic (AM):
Day-to-day maintenance of the aircraft.
Responsibilities:
• Maintain the helicopter
• Maintain aircraft records
• Ensure that scheduled maintenance is performed on time
• Order required spare parts

Qualifications:
• U.S. Citizen/TCN, as specified in the Task Order
• Level 2 English proficiency
• An Airframe and Power (A&P) license, with turbine aircraft

Equal Opportunity Employer - EOE/M/F/V/D

If you are qualified and interested, please send your resume to:
Mr. Larry Dobbs
DynCorp International
13500 Heritage Parkway
Fort Worth, Texas 76177
Phone #: 817-224-1421
Fax #: 775-206-5576


 


Helicopter Mechanic Wanted

Posted: 2006-04-09 11:49

We are seeking a qualified helicopter mechanic to assist our IA in maintaining our Schweizer helicopters. Military experience welcome - but this position requires an A&P certificate. Job location is in Chesapeake, VA. Please see our website for additional information: www.cbhelos.com. Send resumes to Thom Sare: tsare@cbhelos.com. No phone calls. Qualified applicants will be contacted for interviews and question/answer sessions. Thanks.
 

04-04-06

A&P MECHANIC II

Job ID: RAC101894 Company Name: None
Description:
Job Description: Performs all airframe, powerplants repairs and modifications required to meet company and FAA requirements.
Required Skills: A/P License
Desired Skills: 3-5 years General Aviation

Required Education(including Major): High School Diploma / GED
Raytheon is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, disability, veterans status, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor.

Other Information
Relocation Availability Yes
Security Clearance Requirement FAA

Requirements:
General / College General
Field of Interest Flight & Aircraft
Highest Level of Education None
Job Type Full Time
Work Location(s) AR - Little Rock

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Part 145 Inspector
Location: Englewood, CO
Last Updated: 04/01/2006

Job Description:

Job Title: Part 145 Inspector

Reports To: Inspections & Records Manager

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Perform the approval for return to service after maintenance (in accordance with regulations, to include completion of FAA Form 337’s and logbook entries); airframe, engine(s), propeller (s), and appliances.

Ensure that aircraft or any component thereof, returned to service meet type design or are properly altered state and in condition for safe flight.

Ensure aircraft airworthiness by maintaining safety conditions conforming to standards set by the FAA and company policy.

Conduct necessary progressive and final inspections to assure the airworthiness/serviceability of aircraft and components thereof.

Synthesize/utilize concrete technical knowledge to make decisions with regulatory requirements.

Interprets technical information for field and department personnel and provides advice on compliance.

Contacts the FAA and other regulatory agencies and manufactures to clarify requirements and seek technical assistance.

Research aircraft and engine maintenance log pages to ensure compliance with current regulations, manufacture’s programs and Air methods policies and procedures.

Process work orders through all phases of a project.

Perform parts room incoming and receiving inspections.

Secondary Duties

Perform an aircraft historical record audit for completeness and accuracy.

Communicate discrepancies to appropriate personnel (field and/or corporate) for correction.

Provide logistical support pertaining to quality and regulation issues as requested.

Act as a liaison for Air Methods and FAA concerning Part 145 functions

Consult with field maintenance personnel on maintenance issues.

Coordinate acquisitions of Ferry Permits and Airworthiness Certificates with the FAA.

Inspect and prepare aircraft equipment lists and weight and balance records.

Other Requirements

Absolute commitment to airworthiness and qualify of aircraft parts approved for return to service.

Individual diversity and adaptability.

Possess a current A&P Certificate (IA Certificate a plus).

Strong oral and written communication skills.

Five years technical rotor wing experience.

Technical knowledge of AMC Fleet aircraft. Specifically: BK117, AS350, 407, 222, 412, 206L-3, BO-105 (in order of preference).

Previous experiences in a FAA Certified Repair Station a plus.

Must be able to work autonomously and to prioritize tasks.

Proficient with FAR’s and ability to perform complex research of Federal Regulations.

Computer proficiency with word processing, spreadsheets, and database applications.

Physical Requirements

Ability to conduct activities requiring standing, walking and sitting.

Ability to climb steps on a frequent basis.

Ability to conduct activities requiring limited lifting and carrying of burdens up to 50 pounds, and pushing or pulling of burdens up to 50 pounds on an occasional basis.

Ability to conduct activities requiring climbing, stooping, kneeing/bending and reaching.

Ability to work on a computer for long periods.

Ability to sit for long periods at a desk.

Position may include occasional travel, shift work, weekends, and possibility of work in excess of 40 hours/week.

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

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