Timberline Helicopters, Inc.
Maintenance | Sandpoint Idaho, USA
A minimum of two years as a licensed Airframe Powerplant mechanic with at least one year maintaining helicopters. Experience with make and model of assigned aircraft. Current Medical Examinerrsquo;s Certificate. Must hold (or have the ability to obtain within 6 months) a valid Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL), with Airbrakes. Hazardous Material (Hazmat) endorsement. Tanker endorsements. Clean driving record. Experience and/or training in aircraft refueling and fuel quality control procedures. Must be able to be carded IAW USFS Contracts.
Maintain his/her assigned aircraft in airworthy condition and provide written evidence to the Pilot-in-Command (PIC), that the aircraft has been approved for return to service, after each maintenance event.
Ensure that the PIC is fully aware of, and is following the applicable technical data and applicable civil aviation regulations.
Have the knowledge established by training, employment history, and/or practical tests to perform the scope of work assigned.
Have proficiency in the tools, equipment, and aids applicable to the work scope.
Complete daily inspections of aircraft and signing the daily flight release, as applicable.
Communicate all maintenance performed to the main office for recording purposes.
Complete all required company paperwork i.e., expense reports and timecards.
Ensure all necessary parts and hardware for any major maintenance event are on hand, prior to beginning work, by coordinating with FMM.
Inspect and maintain longlines, remote hooks, and associated equipment.
Maintain all support equipment (fuel pumps, generators, water pumps, etc.), as necessary, by changing oil, filters, etc. and notifying the Fleet Manager if parts or heavy service is needed.
Assist ground crews with rigging of external loads, loading of passengers, or other ground duties.
Represent the company in a professional manner to the customer.
Effective time management and responsible use of down time while on contract jobs.
Maintain accurate parts tracking by completing the necessary tagging, GoCanvas forms, and cooperating with the Parts Manager and FMM to keep the service van inventory and maintenance tracking current.
Fuel aircraft as directed by the Pilot-in-Command (PIC), following company procedures.
Report for work well rested and fit for duty.
Other duties as assigned.