Ground Equipment Maintenance Technician
The Maintenance Technician is responsible for general maintenance of ground service equipment (GSE) and vehicles. This role troubleshoots and repairs all ground equipment such as FMC container loaders, 28.5V DC and 115V A/C ground power units, hydrant fuelers, tanker trucks, forklifts, and other related ground equipment. This role is to provide ground equipment maintenance operations including systems and components test, analyzing performance variations, isolating defective components and systems, repairing engine failures, and mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions.
Diagnose equipment problems, replace or repairing faulty parts, maintain safe, efficient operation of all ground equipment.
Responsible for routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications, and tune ups.
Troubleshoot and repair electrical and hydraulic systems, automatic and standard transmissions, and all other aspects of ground equipment repair.
Operate hand tools, air tools, light duty equipment, and machinery.
Overhaul automatic transmissions.
Adhere to Company's culture by following all safety, security, and compliance guidelines.
Assist internal and external customers in any way possible, always offering additional services and exceeding internal and external customer expectations.
Solve conflict with calm demeanor; remain open to others ideas and tries new things.
Ability to stand, walk, sit, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, talk, and hear.
Close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, and depth perception.
Lift/move up to 75 pounds.
Outdoor conditions including weather, noise, airborne particles, etc.
Indoor conditions include loud noises, fumes, airborne particles, etc.
High school diploma or GED.
Valid driver's license.
At least 18 years of age.
Minimum two years of work experience in automotive or related field.
Minimum two years troubleshooting and repair of electrical systems, hydraulic systems, automatic transmission and all other aspects of ground equipment repair.
General welding, auto body, and paint knowledge.
General diesel engine and repair experience.
Ability to obtain airport vehicle operator’s permit, AOA badge, and Customs Seal.
ASE Certified a plus!
Airline experience a plus!
The Arnold Companies owns TAC Air and Keystone Aviation. We are an aviation services provider focusing on traditional fixed base operation (FBO) services for all segments of aviation, including general aviation, military/government, and commercial air carriers. Our areas of expertise include ground handling, aircraft fueling, hangar development, cargo handling, maintenance and aircraft de-icing – all done with superior customer service.
What started with a single location in Texarkana, Arkansas, has grown into a national network of FBOs, serving customers in a variety of markets, both large and small. Setting the network of FBOs apart from its competitors is the TAC Air philosophy that success is based upon well trained, friendly employees with a passion for service.
Interested? Apply Now on our Career Page!