9 months ago
At Republic Airline, our mission is to provide a safe, clean and reliable flying experience. We believe this is best accomplished by focusing on our vision, “With the BEST people, products, and performance, we will be America’s Regional Airline of choice.” Republic Airline is a regional airline headquartered in Indianapolis, operating fixed-fee flights for American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines. The Company’s fleet consists of nearly 190 Embraer 170/175s, offering approximately 950 flights daily to 100 cities in the U.S., Canada, the Caribbean and Central America. Our crew bases include Chicago, IL (ORD), Columbus, OH (CMH), Indianapolis, IN (IND), Kansas City, MO (MCI), Miami, FL (MIA), Newark, NJ (EWR), New York, NY (LGA), Philadelphia, PA (PHL), Pittsburgh, PA (PIT) and Washington, D.C. (DCA). We have 10 maintenance bases: Charlotte, NC (CLT), Chicago, IL (ORD), Columbus, OH (CMH), Indianapolis, IN (IND), Louisville, KY (SDF), Newark, NJ (EWR), New York, NY (LGA), Philadelphia, PA (PHL), Pittsburgh, PA (PIT) and Washington, D.C. (DCA). With more than 5,500 talented aviation professionals, Republic Airline is a great place to get your career off the runway! For more information, please visit our website at.
Duties and Responsibilities
Performs preventive maintenance, repair, modifications and other maintenance of aircraft, components and related equipment in accordance with standards and regulations.
Performs preventive maintenance, repair, modifications and other maintenance of aircraft, components and related equipment and complies with 14 CFR, manufactures specifications, the GMM, Company policy and procedures as well as other methods accepted by the FAA and OSHA when accomplishing maintenance.
Performs maintenance mechanic duties in all areas inside and outside the hangar as well as at the airport terminal.
Troubleshoots all aircraft systems. Executes maintenance work orders.
Uses tools, equipment and test apparatus necessary to assure completion of the work in accordance with accepted industry practices. Verifies that all calibrated tooling is current on its calibration before use. Verifies materials and parts used are of a serviceable condition.
Verifies that each part or component is effective for the aircraft on which it will be installed.
Adheres to material handling and control procedures specified in GMM and by the equipment manufacturers. Initiates material requests.
Evaluates the area and equipment that will be utilized to ensure that safety is not compromised before performing any maintenance action. Applies safety first at all times.
Maintains a clean, safe working environment throughout the work shift.
Updates Supervisor on progress of work performed. Reviews paperwork at the end of shift to ensure that all work accomplished is signed for prior to departing the maintenance facility. Assists with completion of shift turnover reports in accordance with procedures in the GMM.
Completes all department internal company forms, maintenance records, documents, work orders, etc. including performing maintenance computer system transactions as required (MEL, DMI).
Provides coaching and on-the-job training as directed.
Adheres to established work schedule. Participates in shift meetings and briefings as required.
Submits in writing any suggested changes in operational procedures that will enhance safety and cost effective aircraft maintenance.
Accesses Company Intranet to become familiar with and utilize the GMM and aircraft manuals. Ensures part effectivity is correct per aircraft.
Adheres to recurrent training, including required FAA AMT training, and keeps necessary licenses and certification up-to-date.
Reads and acknowledges understanding of maintenance newsletters and Company Emails on a timely basis.
Performs other duties as assigned or required.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability necessary to perform this job.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE.
High school diploma or equivalent with an FAA Airframe and Powerplant license.
PREFERRED EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Previous experience as an A&P mechanic or airline experience. Experience using a computer to look up information and input data.
No previous felony convictions and a stable employment history.
Must have and maintain a valid Driver’s License and a clean driving record.
Must possess the required tools.
Able to work both in a team setting and individually.
Able to pass an FAA required 10 year work history review and pass criminal background and fingerprint checks. Willing to submit to and pass FAA and Company mandated random drug and alcohol tests.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions,
and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively
and be understood before groups of associates of the organization.
REASONING/PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or
diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several variables in standardized situations.
Possess decision making skills. Makes limited decisions and determines best methods to solve problems by referring to established precedents and policies. Impact of decisions is moderately low.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Able to stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle and feel, reach with hands and arms at least 90% of
Able to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl up to 60% of the time.
Able to lift up to 50 pounds at least 35% of the time.
Able to lift or move 75 pounds over 70% of the time.
Must be able to see to perform work and to see approaching vehicles, aircraft and machinery.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Work near moving mechanical parts, work with fumes or airborne particles over 90% of the time.
Work in high, precarious places up to 50% of the time.
Work around toxic or caustic chemicals up to 30% of the time.
Withstand risk of electric shock and work with explosives up to 10% of the time.
Work in outdoor weather conditions inside and outside an open air hangar as well as the airport terminal up to 100% of the time.
The work environment can be very loud.
Able to wear a respirator and protective equipment for testing and regular duties. This includes minimal facial hair in order to ensure proper fit in of respirator in accordance with OSHA regulations.
Able to work nights, evenings, weekends and holidays to support 24 hour operations.
Able to travel up to 20% of the time, including overnight stays.
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